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#1 Brunelian


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Posted 21 December 2012 - 12:58 PM


I got work permit visa while I was in UK on 28th feb 2008. While working for same employer later after 7 months i switch to tier 1 general skilled visa.

I have now booked appointment for premium service on 1st of feb 2013. Just to confirm that will I be ok as i am applying exactly 28 days before my 5 years of continuous stay in UK as (work permit + tier 1 general skilled visa)holder?

My second question is my passport is expiring on 7th April 2013. will this have any effect on my application? if not yet when I renew my passport later after ILR application will i need to carry both passport with bio-metric residence permit while travelling abroad?

Kind regards and thanks

Edited by Brunelian, 21 December 2012 - 12:59 PM.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 01:24 PM

Niether of these things are a problem.

#3 gopiggk


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Posted 07 January 2013 - 10:59 AM

I have a question in regards to the eligible date for ILR application at UKBA PEO. I got my entry clearance with Work Permit on 07th March 2008. I have entered UK on 11th March 2008. I have switched my visa category from work permit to Tier 1 (General) on 18th September 2008. I will complete my 5 years in UK on 11th March 2013. Existing Tier 1 visa is valid until 17th May 2013.

My question is, am I allowed to apply for ILR any day after 11th Feb 2013 considering 28 days and february month before I become eligible for application at PEO? 28 days rule mentioned in the UKBA website doesn’t say whether it is for postal or premium service applications. So is it right to think that this rule applies for both post and premium service applications?

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