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    Hello, so by some mistake i have put myself as a UK national, but i have been living here for 7 years only. I am Slovakian and not English, i already have two offers, so can i get into trouble?
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    (Original post by Don'tworryME)
    Hello, so by some mistake i have put myself as a UK national, but i have been living here for 7 years only. I am Slovakian and not English, i already have two offers, so can i get into trouble?
    Yes.

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    (Original post by Don'tworryME)
    Hello, so by some mistake i have put myself as a UK national, but i have been living here for 7 years only. I am Slovakian and not English, i already have two offers, so can i get into trouble?
    How good's your English accent G? Just wing it innit
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    yes - you are applying fraudulently. Tell UCAS.
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    (Original post by Flying Pig)
    Yes.

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    What should i say? can i really get intro trouble for this?
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    yes you will, also putting it on places like this isn't the smartest idea..
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    yes you will, also putting it on places like this isn't the smartest idea..
    Should i ring then now?
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    (Original post by Don'tworryME)
    Hello, so by some mistake i have put myself as a UK national, but i have been living here for 7 years only. I am Slovakian and not English, i already have two offers, so can i get into trouble?
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    Your application can be cancelled.
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    (Original post by Don'tworryME)
    Should i ring then now?
    yes, you can get in a lot of trouble mate
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    yes, you can get in a lot of trouble mate
    I am ringing them now, will it be ok?
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    You could get into trouble, but just explain
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    (Original post by Don'tworryME)
    I am ringing them now, will it be ok?
    probably not
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    probably not
    Done! they changed it now.
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    Any mistake like this, you just phone UCAS and explain it was a mistake and they will just alter this info and send it to the Unis you have applied to. Its not a big deal.
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    Everything is fine now!!!
 
 
 
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