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Does Immigration Still Provide Residency Certificates for Driving License?

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1 minute ago, RocketDog said:

I start the process on all immigration and license issues well before they are due. It potentially saves a lot of headaches. 

I renewed my licences the day after the previous ones expired as then I received 6 years validity. 

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2 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

I renewed my licences the day after the previous ones expired as then I received 6 years validity. 

I wasn't aware of that option. Is that an official thing? Seems counterintuitive. Good to know. 

 

For immigration things, I consider earlier to be better than later though. 

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22 hours ago, RocketDog said:

I wasn't aware of that option. Is that an official thing? Seems counterintuitive. Good to know. 

 

For immigration things, I consider earlier to be better than later though. 

It is likely an error in their system but works for me, done it twice now.

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35 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

It is likely an error in their system but works for me, done it twice now.

It's not an error.

 

It always sets to the next birthday.

I do it as well.

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4 minutes ago, Will27 said:

It's not an error.

 

It always sets to the next birthday.

I do it as well.

Next birthday +5 I guess. Whatever, I am glad of the extra time, It did seem to confuse a policeman looking at my new licence soon after renewal though.

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23 hours ago, RocketDog said:

I wasn't aware of that option. Is that an official thing? Seems counterintuitive. Good to know. 

 

For immigration things, I consider earlier to be better than later though. 

been doing it that way since the 90's 🙂

love the extra year

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