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Old Jul 4th 2008, 7:23 am
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I was granted PR in Aug 2004 but due to personal reasons( got married,had a baby etc) , we have not been able to move to Australia till now . We plan to move in March 2009. Will we be able to file for citizenship after 4 years of residency ( say we apply in 2013 )? or we are disqualified because of extended absence
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Originally Posted by hello_cmc View Post
I was granted PR in Aug 2004 but due to personal reasons( got married,had a baby etc) , we have not been able to move to Australia till now . We plan to move in March 2009. Will we be able to file for citizenship after 4 years of residency ( say we apply in 2013 )? or we are disqualified because of extended absence
As long as you complete the amount of residency required you'll be fine. Remember that by 2013 the requirement may have changed again.
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