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Was it just the 3 points or points and fine?
It is important to disclose all criminal offences, regardless of type and severity. The guidance provided for the form used to apply for naturalisation (form AN), specifically states:
“You must give details of all criminal convictions both within and outside the UK.
These include road traffic offences. Fixed penalty notices (such as speeding or parking tickets) must be disclosed, although will not normally be taken into account unless:
of which was at the upper levels (fine of £200 or more)”.
In relation to drink driving specifically, the guidance clarifies that drink driving offences must be declared on the British Citizenship application, and that a driving conviction may not be disregarded despite any penalty points being removed from your driving licence”.