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#1 afg7

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 12:50 AM

I been to my solicter yesterdy, he ring my team to ask about the progress on my case.
they told him that your client with the case worker consideration.......

i send my fotos in 30 febrary to CRTS2......and also i told my solicter why its taking so long. my solictier told dont put pressure on them
becaouse they will refuse your and wil send you to high court....

can someone help, how long does it take for them to decide on my case..... and why they gonaa refuse me ?


plz plz plz help i am so worrried :(



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Posted 30 September 2010 - 01:27 AM

I been to my solicter yesterdy, he ring my team to ask about the progress on my case.
they told him that your client with the case worker consideration.......

i send my fotos in 30 febrary to CRTS2......and also i told my solicter why its taking so long. my solictier told dont put pressure on them
becaouse they will refuse your and wil send you to high court....

can someone help, how long does it take for them to decide on my case..... and why they gonaa refuse me ?


plz plz plz help i am so worrried :(


One thing seems to be sure that they will decide all cases before March 2010. Your solicitor is right because they have made priorities and categerised all the files....if you put pressure on them deirectly then they might refuse you....the best thing is to involve your MP but they only answer you same thing that your case will decide before summer 2010. So my friend ....we have to wait......

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 03:35 AM

March 2011

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 08:57 AM

March 2011

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Posted 01 October 2010 - 12:20 AM

I been to my solicter yesterdy, he ring my team to ask about the progress on my case.
they told him that your client with the case worker consideration.......

i send my fotos in 30 febrary to CRTS2......and also i told my solicter why its taking so long. my solictier told dont put pressure on them
becaouse they will refuse your and wil send you to high court....

can someone help, how long does it take for them to decide on my case..... and why they gonaa refuse me ?

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Posted 01 October 2010 - 08:29 AM

I been to my solicter yesterdy, he ring my team to ask about the progress on my case.
they told him that your client with the case worker consideration.......

i send my fotos in 30 febrary to CRTS2......and also i told my solicter why its taking so long. my solictier told dont put pressure on them
becaouse they will refuse your and wil send you to high court....

can someone help, how long does it take for them to decide on my case..... and why they gonaa refuse me ?


no one ever knows if they are going to be given ILR, DLR or refusal, it is up to the caseworker and how they feel about your evidence and other points used in considering legacy cases it is good that your case is under consideration this means they are working on it now, so hopefully you should get your decision soon, your solicitor is just saying if you continously call them they will get annoyed and give you negative result, this is because a caseworker is not bound by immigration rules as such, it is their discretion and not our entitlement. don't worry just don't call them, there is no need now

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Posted 01 October 2010 - 09:43 AM

Yes, myjesus is right. Keep quite everything will be ok.
You r in better condition than lot of people.
It's a matter of time.
UKBA claim to conclude with legacy backlog by febuary next year.

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Posted 01 October 2010 - 01:34 PM

Its not Feb 2011, its March 2011 as far as I know.

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Posted 01 October 2010 - 02:08 PM

to be honest with you this is based on my experience and please do not take it to the letter, it might different to others, but this is to share with you and I hope it might help.

I push my case back in 2008, my case wasn't under consideration at that time but the HO told my MP that I had no basis to stay and I should go, I thought I was completely refused and I stopped pushing...was I wrong or right ? i don't know, but it seems it worked for them to send me a strong letter.

this summer I started to send numerous letters to my team and in one letter I told them that I will not stop until i get a response...so i started to write letters, one a week or so, no replies at all. did it work? i don't know, did it affect the outcome, no.

i think regardless whether you push them or not, it wont make any difference in deciding the case, i was asked not to contact the HO again when they asked me to send pics because they were about to conclude my case, i didn't stop sending, i didn't stop enquiring...did affect my outcome, no.

in other words, they don't refuse you because you push them, this is legacy, I am not talking about any other cases, but at the end of the day, whether it will be decided today or at the end of the year, if the outcome is a grant that i hope so, i don't see why they wouldn't give it to you in the first place.

you can insist , but you need to know how to do it, that's all. all the best, don't be afraid, do what you think is right

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Posted 06 October 2010 - 11:14 AM

How long it takes to consider..... once your case allocate to a case worker ? any idea.....................






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