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After waiting 16 weeks and 2 days (not that I've counted)

We finally received my wife's ILR today.

I wanted to let people know the current time scales if anyone else is waiting.

We put the application in the post 15 October and received the reply today.

Thanks to all those who suffered the wait with me.

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After waiting 16 weeks and 2 days (not that I've counted)

We finally received my wife's ILR today.

I wanted to let people know the current time scales if anyone else is waiting.

We put the application in the post 15 October and received the reply today.

Thanks to all those who suffered the wait with me.

Well done, 16weeks and 2 days. I see that UK immigration is as effecient as ever.

John.....

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After waiting 16 weeks and 2 days (not that I've counted)

We finally received my wife's ILR today.

I wanted to let people know the current time scales if anyone else is waiting.

We put the application in the post 15 October and received the reply today.

Thanks to all those who suffered the wait with me.

Well done, now for the Citizenship application.

My wife put hers in on Sept 16th and got it back about 10 weeks later, then last month she went to County offices and did the Citizenship ceremony.

Just now doing passport application, as she will have to go for interview 30 miles away for that :o

Good luck

:D

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Thanks for the best wishes all

KhunDon, well done with the citizenship and good luck with the rest of it.

I think 10 weeks is really fast - it says about 7/8 months? on the website.

We've got to wait a while before we apply, but I guess it'll come quickly enough.

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'Grats DC best luck for the future, now for a little swotting for Citizenship.

Moss

Thanks for the Congrat's Moss

You've got me thinking now though. I thought it was feet up time and just a matter of time served for the citizenship.

I'll go and do some reading, but in the meantime, please enlighten me as to what else is now required.

DC

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Congrats; everything comes to those who wait!

You've got me thinking now though. I thought it was feet up time and just a matter of time served for the citizenship.

I'll go and do some reading, but in the meantime, please enlighten me as to what else is now required

As she would have had to satisfy the KOL requirement for her ILR, very little. It's mainly a matter of waiting until she is time qualified.

See Requirements for naturalisation if you are married to or the civil partner of a British citizen. and The documents we require for naturalisation applications.

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