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#1 raj1405

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Posted 20 December 2012 - 04:59 PM

Hi Everyone,

Just wondering to see the status of Ilr set m postal applications applied in septemer 2012 or afterwards.

Mine, received acknowlegement from UKBA dated on - 14.09.12

No further correspondanse from UKBA ..

Has anybody received Biometric request who had been applied in september 2012 or afterwards?


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Posted 20 December 2012 - 06:30 PM

Hi Everyone,

Just wondering to see the status of Ilr set m postal applications applied in septemer 2012 or afterwards.

Mine, received acknowlegement from UKBA dated on - 14.09.12

No further correspondanse from UKBA ..

Has anybody received Biometric request who had been applied in september 2012 or afterwards?


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ring 0870 606 7766 . Go for last option and option biometric enquiry. At least you can find out whether biometric letter been issued or not.
goodluck.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 09:21 AM


Hi Everyone,

Just wondering to see the status of Ilr set m postal applications applied in septemer 2012 or afterwards.

Mine, received acknowlegement from UKBA dated on - 14.09.12

No further correspondanse from UKBA ..

Has anybody received Biometric request who had been applied in september 2012 or afterwards?


Best regards


ring 0870 606 7766 . Go for last option and option biometric enquiry. At least you can find out whether biometric letter been issued or not.
goodluck.


Hi Sirdi,

Thanks for your resonse, I've tried this morning but as usual I've to wait because no boimetric letter has been sent out yet.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 10:52 AM

Hi raj,
At least you know latest update. Further query has not made on you or biometric request has not been issues either. Until you get biometric request, just give them a call at least once a months and keep that record (date and time) for future reference. It's really difficult to say anything and no one can force them as you know. But you know some people who had applied oct, and Nov have received their biometric letter already. However, good luck to you.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 11:40 AM

Hi raj,
At least you know latest update. Further query has not made on you or biometric request has not been issues either. Until you get biometric request, just give them a call at least once a months and keep that record (date and time) for future reference. It's really difficult to say anything and no one can force them as you know. But you know some people who had applied oct, and Nov have received their biometric letter already. However, good luck to you.


Hi Sirdi,

Thanks again for your response,my suituation is bit tricky here, I have resigned my job last month based on a job offer and I supposed to start my job on last month, because UKBA responded to my propective employer that they can not confirm my work status based on a outstanding application and my prospective employer has put me on hold to commence my employement, so its important to receive a Bio invitation to have my documents updated on to the system and start my job. It is interesting to know that people applied oct and nov receiving Bio, purdon me to ask how come you aware of such bio invitations?

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 01:56 AM

Hi Raj

A great tool on this forum is the application tracker - you may want to look at that/add yours to it. It tracks when applications were made, and when they were decided (though it doesn't relate to biometrics but may give you an idea of processing times)

http://www.ukresiden...cation-tracker


The UKBA should be able to confirm that you're entitled to work - has your employer used the employer checking service and quoted any reference numbers issued to you by UKBA since submitting your application?

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:42 AM

Hi Raj

A great tool on this forum is the application tracker - you may want to look at that/add yours to it. It tracks when applications were made, and when they were decided (though it doesn't relate to biometrics but may give you an idea of processing times)

http://www.ukresiden...cation-tracker


The UKBA should be able to confirm that you're entitled to work - has your employer used the employer checking service and quoted any reference numbers issued to you by UKBA since submitting your application?


Hi Steve,

Thanks for your response & link for the tracker.

The employer did use the E.C.S on end of Oct 2012 to which the UKBA responded that,

“Therefore I cannot confirm that this individual is currently entitled to work in the United Kingdom on the basis of an outstanding application.’’

‘’The job applicant should contact the UK Border Agency to confirm their status’’ which I have done and UKBA chose not to respond, Meanwhile, I have assigned a legal representive for my ilr set m application and in effect, produced a solicitor letter to the propective employer which empasised my legal rigths to work in the UK while my application is awaiting considerations, but still awaiting to commence my job.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 01:39 PM

The BBC are reporting 50,000 applications that haven't been put on the system yet.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 04:05 PM

The BBC are reporting 50,000 applications that haven't been put on the system yet.


Thanks for the info, could you direct us to the link please?

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 06:41 PM

Employers don't have to accept a letter from a solicitor as this won't excuse them if it is found that a worker is not legally entitled to work. Have you been assigned any references (such as in confirmation letters from the UKBA) and did your employer quote these when using the ECS?





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