Thanks for any help in advance.
My children are dual nationals who have lived in the UK most of their lives. It would be easier, faster to do a test in their other country - which has an exchange agreement with the UK - but I cannot find any information on whether this is possible.
I was confused when someone pointed me towards various sources on exchanging licenses for people who move to the UK, these sources say they have to exchange their license within 5 years of becoming resident. Hence, someone said you have to take a UK test if you have been resident for more than five years.
However, my children's situation is different because they are UK citizens and haven't done the test yet. I guess the real question is: Can a UK citizen who mostly lives in the UK, go abroad, take driving test and exchange in the UK (obviously an exchange agreement has to be in place)? Are there any time constraints?
I have tried to google and found nothing.