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ILR Refusal Reconsideration

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#1 alexandra

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 12:33 PM

Victoria,

I would like to thank you in this post .
I do not know if you remember me , my name is Alexandra and i came to see you in May this year in regards to my ILR which was refused by UKBA and the reason was a gap between the visas. They stated that i was out by 30 days as my payment failed and i have re submitted my application again with correct payment . The application was for myself , my husband and my daughter , who was born here. Applied on a 5 year basis ( Work permit, HSMP and TIer1). As i still had my leave to remain till April 2013 i was not given the right to appleal and therefore you advised me to wait until 2013 and then we will re apply again and will fight it then.

As my husband had an unspent conviction, he was out of the question for ILR , so you advised to get ILR for me and our daughter and FLR (M) for him.. Anyways , i have decided to wait and then reapply .

But after our meeting you have given me hope and you did say that it was a very harsh decision and therefore in august 2012 i wrote them a letter and asked them to reconsider my decision as i thought the gap was not my fault and they should have looked at my application earlier to spot a payment issue.

After agonising 3 months wait , i received a letter stating that they have looked at my application and prepared to reconsider it. after another week i received another letter asking to submit the passports, which i did the same day . Exactly 1 week after sending the passports in , we received our approved ILR, ( for myself and our daughter)

I could not believe my eyes when i opened the passports. So, 1 year since i applied i finally got it.

THANK YOU , THANK YOU , THANK YOU Victoria for giving me hope .

Just now left to apply for FLR for my husband , hopefully they will not give me so much trouble again.


Alexandra



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Posted 26 November 2012 - 01:57 PM

That's great news! I am glad to have been of help, and I am delighted that the UKBA saw sense on this!

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:06 PM

Thank you Victoria,

I just have 1 question if i may. As my husband was not entitled to ilr and we have to submit FLR (M) , and in july 2013 he will be ok for ilr , but i saw that new rules for ilr partners, now they have to wait 5 years and not 2 years ?? will that apply to him? As he got his entry clearance in August 2009 as Tier 1 dependant and then we extended in feb 2010 until 2013 . Can he apply for ilr in july 2013 ?

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:33 PM

He should be able to apply under the old rules.

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:53 PM

Thats really good news
Then what post they hv not open yet
They gave u a premium plus service
Glad to hear that ukba has pull their fingers out





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