The Department published a new Citizenship Guidance Document on 24th May 2023. Outlining several changes to the scorecard system for proofs of identity and residence.
For each of these years, applicant must provide one Type A document, worth 100 points, and one Type B document, worth 50 points. Applicants are required to get 150 points for proofs of identity and proofs of residence.
However, if applicants are unable to meet the 150-point limit for any of the years, applicant can prepare an affidavit explaining the reasons for being unable to meet the full requirement.
Please see full Citizenship Guidance Document here.