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#1 Azra1

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 12:23 AM

Hi

Just wanted to know that i am british citizen by naturalization , my wife and two children under 12 years of age
just got dependent visas today from PAK and further there applications were submitted on 29 June 2012 that is before the new laws came to effect.

so just wanted to know that can i apply for British citizen for my children as soon as they arrive in UK or have to apply for ILR for my children upon there arrival in UK,

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:35 PM

You can apply for your children but it is discretionary.

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 12:27 AM

Thanks Victoria for helping again , so you meant i should apply their ILR or British Citizenship,as you replied that one of them i assume is discretionary or you meant both are discretionary can be applied, further they both were born in Pak if that helps

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 08:27 AM

Naturalisation is discretionary. They should have been given indefinite leave to enter.

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 08:48 AM

I agree victoria they should have been given ILE, its was clearly requested on Cover letter underlined as well so that UKBA Team may see it clearly as you know some of their officer at not aware of ILE though its clearly written on the website some where, anyhow as of now what i understand from your reply i can surely apply for their ILR as they arrive in UK, and as Nationality is discretionary so would rather wait a year after their ILR

As of now I wish I would apply their ILR and request for Nationality on cover letter , ba I assume ILR and Nationality forms are different with different fees too

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 09:53 AM

They are.

I wouldn't pay for a new ILR, I'd write to the UKBA stating this was an error and asking them to issue ILE for free.

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 11:51 AM

please ignore my last post as of multipicity

Thanks victoria , i apprecaite your email , can you please advice if you right a letter to UKBA mentioning there mistakes which can be send to islamabad british consulate along with the letter they send with the visa that if there are any mistakes in the visa please let us know how much would you reasonably charge including vat

Letter can be posted to UK address, it will posted to Pak by me

http://www.ukba.home...part8/children/

and i hope we also fullfil part vi too under Requirements for indefinite leave to enter the United Kingdom as the child of a parent, parents or a relative present and settled or being admitted for settlement in the United Kingdom

I have also emailed you same with subject" letter to UKBA"

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Posted 20 December 2012 - 12:46 AM

In reply to your recent post as you said They are. I wouldn't pay for a new ILR, I'd write to the UKBA stating this was an error and asking them to issue ILE for free.

and then you adviced IT is better to send it to the UKBA once they are here.

Thats fine with me Victoria we can persue it in new year, further will UKBA accept your letter for a free ILE once they are here in UK as of their mistake as of what i remember ILE is meant for those who are outside UK and once they come in UK they get ILR please correct me if I am wrong.

Will they actually oblige their mistake and give ILR as there would be no logic of ILE once they are in UK , hope UKBA wont come back and say that you should have applied this from Pak and now you have to fill Set F if ILR is required

Thanks Victoria , hope i have raised a logical and interesting query

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Posted 20 December 2012 - 11:24 AM

There is no need to duplicate your emails to me on here, thanks!

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 08:44 PM

Can any professional advice me on my query below as of time factor, thank you in advance who replies

That should a letter to be send to UKBA Islamabad now mentioning there mistake in giving dependent visa to my children along with the letter they send with the visa pack that mentioning if there are any mistakes in the visa please let us know.

Further will UKBA accept any letter for a free ILE once my children are here in UK as of their mistake as of what i remember ILE is meant for those who are outside UK and once they come in UK they get ILR please correct me if I am wrong.

Will they actually oblige their mistake and give ILR as there would be no logic of ILE once they are in UK , hope UKBA wont come back and say that you should have applied this from Pak and now you have to fill Set F if ILR is required

hope i have raised a logical and interesting query

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Az Shazia W




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