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#11 StillWaiting4


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Posted 25 February 2013 - 11:43 AM

Hello everyone, or the ones who are still following this thread...

I have a similar scenario to Salsburg, applied for ILR in mid September, did my biometric in late November and haven't heard anything since...and I'm going to miss my sister's wedding :..( I even wrote to them, explained everything and all I got was a general reply that I shouldn't contact them before 6 months.

Anyone received their ILR yet?

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 11:32 AM

my timeline
Application made via legal adviser. type set (O) 2 yrs hsmp + 3 yrs tier 1 general (dependents included in the same application 2 )
Application sent off on 11/9/2012
Application received 14/9/2012
Acknowledgement Letter - NOT received (not by me nor adviser)
Payment taken from bank account : 21 or 22/9/2012
Biometrics Invitation 20/11/2012 (dated 06/11/2012)
Biometrics Submitted 20/11/2012
Approval waiting
BRP Waiting

Please include your timelines so other people like me who are suffering due to incompetence of ukba can get some idea and assurance. thanks

#13 chemicalguy


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Posted 24 July 2013 - 12:37 PM

I am similar situation. Here are my timelines


Application Date: 21 Aug 2012. Set(O) on the basis of 10yrs Long residence


Acknowledgement Received : Within 1-week


Biometric Taken: 27 November 2012


Still awaiting response.


I contacted my Local MP and have sent at least 2-letters to UKBA but they gave me a Standard Response that there is unusual high volume hence there is a delay.


Any updates on your cases?



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Posted 22 August 2013 - 10:49 AM

Finally, got my ILR today, after whole 1-yr.


I applied on 10 yr basis


Key lesson learned.... Apply in Person (if you can), its worth the money otherwise if you may fall into the 5% category then you may have to wait longer than 6 months. In my case a whole 1-yr!




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