Urgent Help Please
Posted 19 February 2013 - 01:45 PM
Your Appeal had been allowed and decision has been made to grant you a period of Leave, in order to do so, please enrol your biometrics within 15 days…. “
In 2011 when homeoffice refused the initial application for FLR(O), they have sent back the passport along with supporting documents.
We were under the impression that we will get a call in letter from homeoffice to send them a passport back along with photograph so they can endorse a visa on it.
Instead homeoffice had only asked to do biometrics.
Biometrics’ done yesterday, how long it will take to receive a card?
Can someone help us to understand, whats does it means?
I’ll be so grateful.
Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:43 PM
Posted 19 February 2013 - 03:07 PM
I have been searching to findout about conditions of stay for DLR 2.5 years bases, but no luck..
can you guide me to some home officelink where i can findout, what kind of things you are allowed to do, such as
A person on DLR 2.5 year, if he wishes to study at university, would he be paying a fee as an international student or less ?
Posted 19 February 2013 - 08:08 PM
You are allowed to work, travel, set up a business, etc.
Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:58 PM
So biometrics done over two weeks ago, 18 Feb 2013, after winning appeal based on article 8 UKBA sent a letter that say,
Your Appeal had been allowed and decision has been made to grant you a period of Leave, in order to do so, please enroll your biometrics within 15 days…. “
I was wondering as they have clearly mentioned that a decision had been made to grant a leave then it should not take more than two weeks to get the BRP.
Should I contact UKBA on that given email address at
or is the above email address is for only straightforward application ?
Posted 15 March 2013 - 07:01 PM
Good news to share....So, today received BRP granted for 30 months.
Thank you very much for all who's been given good advices.
Good luck for those still waiting.
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