Citizenship Application 2021

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Mamu
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by Mamu » Fri Jun 04, 2021 12:47 pm

Do you people get notifications when the application move to stage 2? Or Do we have to cheek often 😬
Best regards.

Good luck everyone:)



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heretostay
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Post by heretostay » Fri Jun 04, 2021 2:10 pm

Mamu wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 12:47 pm
Do you people get notifications when the application move to stage 2? Or Do we have to cheek often 😬
Best regards.

Good luck everyone:)
No notifications until decision is ready unless you need to submit something. You don’t need to check anything. Stage 2 can take a long time or be extremely short. I have seen stage 2 last anywhere from a couple of hours to 6 months.

Salman.Saleem
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by Salman.Saleem » Fri Jun 04, 2021 5:23 pm

No supplement request. I have been updating salary slips and Travel information on monthly basis

Salman.Saleem
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by Salman.Saleem » Fri Jun 04, 2021 5:25 pm

No notification until I get decision. No stage 2 notification

Salman.Saleem
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by Salman.Saleem » Fri Jun 04, 2021 5:27 pm

I randomly checed and fond that application was in stage 2

suld89
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by suld89 » Sun Jun 06, 2021 10:37 pm

Hello guys
is it possible to apply without providing the language certificate in advance and submit it later I have an appointment soon but my certificate hasn't arrived yet. I'm confident that I will pass the YKI it just a matter of time till the certificate arrives. not sure if they will accept my application without it though?
and if they do will that mean that they will put me in some sort of queue of incomplete application where it would be better to just wait till the certificate arrives and then only apply



Thanks

Esu
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by Esu » Mon Jun 07, 2021 9:52 am

suld89 wrote:
Sun Jun 06, 2021 10:37 pm
Hello guys
is it possible to apply without providing the language certificate in advance and submit it later I have an appointment soon but my certificate hasn't arrived yet. I'm confident that I will pass the YKI it just a matter of time till the certificate arrives. not sure if they will accept my application without it though?
and if they do will that mean that they will put me in some sort of queue of incomplete application where it would be better to just wait till the certificate arrives and then only apply



Thanks
The question should be: is it possible to submit an incomplete application? The answer would be NO.

mesim
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by mesim » Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:59 am

Guys, does anyone know if one speeding ticket can deny someone from getting citizenship? In my own opinion, it must not be considered as a crime, but I appreciate if someone has knowledge or previous experiences.

enitan2002
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by enitan2002 » Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:22 pm

mesim wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:59 am
Guys, does anyone know if one speeding ticket can deny someone from getting citizenship? In my own opinion, it must not be considered as a crime, but I appreciate if someone has knowledge or previous experiences.
Sorry to say, yes it does have an effect on it. Some other factors can also be considered, how much was the fine? How long did it happen? Have you been fined afterwards for any other misdemeanor or little offence. But, never say never.

mesim
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by mesim » Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:42 pm

enitan2002 wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:22 pm
mesim wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:59 am
Guys, does anyone know if one speeding ticket can deny someone from getting citizenship? In my own opinion, it must not be considered as a crime, but I appreciate if someone has knowledge or previous experiences.
Sorry to say, yes it does have an effect on it. Some other factors can also be considered, how much was the fine? How long did it happen? Have you been fined afterwards for any other misdemeanor or little offence. But, never say never.
Let's say the case is just one speeding ticket happened recently, never repeated in any other form. Fine was around 150 euros.

Does your idea mean that everyone who has received citizenship has not been fined whatsoever? This doesn't make sense to me. These sort of petty fines can happen to anyone who owns a car.

Of course I can understand it when someone repeats the violation for several times or fails to pay fine, or for some serious violations like driving while intoxicated. But come on, speeding ticket?!

Please other guys share if you have experience or knowledge.

heretostay
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Post by heretostay » Mon Jun 07, 2021 1:10 pm

You have to not be considered a danger for public safety to be approved for citizenship. What is Migri’s threshold for this? I don’t know. It is probably a case by case basis and unfortunately the only way to find out how this affects your case, is to have migri process your application.

enitan2002
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by enitan2002 » Mon Jun 07, 2021 1:34 pm

mesim wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:42 pm
enitan2002 wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:22 pm
mesim wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:59 am
Guys, does anyone know if one speeding ticket can deny someone from getting citizenship? In my own opinion, it must not be considered as a crime, but I appreciate if someone has knowledge or previous experiences.
Sorry to say, yes it does have an effect on it. Some other factors can also be considered, how much was the fine? How long did it happen? Have you been fined afterwards for any other misdemeanor or little offence. But, never say never.
Let's say the case is just one speeding ticket happened recently, never repeated in any other form. Fine was around 150 euros.

Does your idea mean that everyone who has received citizenship has not been fined whatsoever? This doesn't make sense to me. These sort of petty fines can happen to anyone who owns a car.

Of course I can understand it when someone repeats the violation for several times or fails to pay fine, or for some serious violations like driving while intoxicated. But come on, speeding ticket?!

Please other guys share if you have experience or knowledge.
Yes, that is the point of doing diligent checks on every applicant for citizenship. You've got to have a total clean slate of record to stand a chance. If I were you, I'd allow migri takes all the time in the world before they decide on the application. Don't send them any emails if the waiting period for you might be considered getting longer, then hope for the best.

mesim
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by mesim » Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:05 pm

enitan2002 wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 1:34 pm
mesim wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:42 pm
enitan2002 wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:22 pm


Sorry to say, yes it does have an effect on it. Some other factors can also be considered, how much was the fine? How long did it happen? Have you been fined afterwards for any other misdemeanor or little offence. But, never say never.
Let's say the case is just one speeding ticket happened recently, never repeated in any other form. Fine was around 150 euros.

Does your idea mean that everyone who has received citizenship has not been fined whatsoever? This doesn't make sense to me. These sort of petty fines can happen to anyone who owns a car.

Of course I can understand it when someone repeats the violation for several times or fails to pay fine, or for some serious violations like driving while intoxicated. But come on, speeding ticket?!

Please other guys share if you have experience or knowledge.
Yes, that is the point of doing diligent checks on every applicant for citizenship. You've got to have a total clean slate of record to stand a chance. If I were you, I'd allow migri takes all the time in the world before they decide on the application. Don't send them any emails if the waiting period for you might be considered getting longer, then hope for the best.
Here please what Migri says in its website.
https://migri.fi/en/integrity
"Integrity means that you have not committed any punishable act and that no restraining order has been issued against you. However, offences for which you have been punished by petty fines do not prevent you from becoming a Finnish citizen".
As far as I know, a speeding ticket is petty fine if you do not go 20 km/h or more over the limit. Am I right?
If that's the case, a minor fine like this should be easily ignored.

enitan2002
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by enitan2002 » Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:26 pm

Yes petty fines from not buying your bus tickets (Hsl conductors) but not the fines from overspeeding (it seems you have no idea how this is taken by the authorities). But if you think this won't affect, why put it across to readers. Like I said earlier, wait your application or and see the decision. But I wish you all the best and a positive response.

Edward35
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Re: Citizenship Application 2021

Post by Edward35 » Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:31 pm

enitan2002 wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:26 pm
Yes petty fines from not buying your bus tickets (Hsl conductors) but not the fines from overspeeding (it seems you have no idea how this is taken by the authorities). But if you think this won't affect, why put it across to readers. Like I said earlier, wait your application or and see the decision. But I wish you all the best and a positive response.
Overspending has caused some of my friends their permanent residence and citizenship applications =negative decisions. They treat Overspending as crime issue. We need to be careful when driving.


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