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If you are a non UK / EU national you may need to provide additional evidence depending on your circumstances.

Indefinite leave to enter or remain

If you have indefinite leave to enter or remain, one or more of the following documents should be provided;

  • Biometric Residence Permit
  • VISA (This may be shown in your passport)

Indefinite leave to enter or remain shown in an expired passport can be used to prove your settled status, however an expired passport will not be accepted as evidence of your identification

UK Nationality

If you have gained UK nationality, one of the following documents can be provided;

  • A British passport
  • Certificate of Naturalisation
  • British citizenship ceremony registration certificate 

Right of permanent residence

To prove you have right of permanent residence in the UK, one of the following documents can be provided; 

  • A certificate or document from the Home Office proving the right of permanent residence has been confirmed
  • A permanent residence card

EEA migrant worker (or family member of someone with this status)

To prove that you / your family member has EEA migrant worker status, the following documents should be provided;

  • Your / your family member's current payslips, an
  • Employers letter showing that you / your family member will still be an employee on the required date, o
  • Evidence that you / your family member is currently self-employed in the UK, such as recent self assessment accounts, and will remain so once you commence the cours

Humanitarian Protection (or family member of someone with this status)

To prove that you / your family member has Humanitarian Protection status, the following documents should be provided; 

  • Your / your family member's Visa
  • The Home Office Letter which includes your name and your family member's (if applicable)