Jesse Sene-Lefao here to stay in the UK with new twist

Jesse Sene-Lefao is gearing up to be a British citizen.

That’s according to the man himself on social media as he passed the ‘Life in the UK test’ that enables those looking to become a British citizen to get one step closer to the goal.

Sene-Lefao has recently been linked with a move to the Featherstone Rovers as well as Salford Red Devils, but the latter apparently pulled out of a deal.
The South Sea Islander was happy to say the least, after failing the test twice.

“Don’t underestimate “the life in the uk test,” 😅 Sene-Lefao joked.

“Not 1 not 2 but lucky number 3. 😂

“Hardest test to date! Most people who have done it say it’s a breeze, just do it online a few times , read the book! “They’re blessed.“ 😂

“Honestly I needed more 😂 I joined a course, research on questions and got to know “William the Conqueror “🤴 and wrote down everything on paper. 😂

“This struggle/WIN might help someone out there and hopefully won’t make the same mistakes I did.

“Indefinite leave ✅
“Uk life 🇬🇧 ✅”

It would mean that Sene-Lefao will be able to acquire a British passport after being in the UK since 2017 when he joined the Castleford Tigers.

With over 100 Castleford appearances to his name, Sene-Lefao in his five seasons as a Castleford player has helped the club reach both the Super League Grand Final and the Challenge Cup Final, as well as lift the League Leaders’ Shield.

The 31-year-old became a firm fans favourite at the Jungle for his unflappable energy and passion for the shirt.

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