I lost my indefinite leave to remain paper?

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I lost my indefinite leave to remain paper?

Postby Abdow Ali » Sun Aug 22, 2010 12:55 pm

I have the Indefinite leave to remain Travel document but i have lost the A4 size paper so that i cannot recieve my JSA benefit without that paper . I have sent a request letter to the home office two months ago and i didnt find any answer so is there any easer way i can find that paper

i need help thanks
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Postby sushdmehta » Sun Aug 22, 2010 1:17 pm

[quote="3.2 Lost or Stolen Documents"]Where the recipient, or their representative has reported status documentation as having been lost or stolen or they claim that it was not delivered, officers should investigate the claim. Upon loss or theft of a UKRP, the holder must report the same to the UKBA in a statement giving full details (see below). Only if these points are answered and a satisfactory explanation is received should a replacement UKRP be issued.

Applicants claiming that they have lost their UKRP and requesting a replacement must be required to complete and submit a statement to UKBA detailing the following:
• In what name was the document issued;
• On what date was the document issued;
• From what office was the document issued;
• On what date was the document last seen;
• On or between which dates do you think the loss/theft (delete as applicable) took place;
• Brief details of where the loss/theft (delete as applicable) took place;
• Details of all items lost or stolen on the same occasion;
• Crime reference number or a website report reference number if applicable;
• “Affirmation: I (name of applicant) confirm that to the best of my knowledge all of the information given above is true and accurate. Should the original document be found or recovered by me or anyone known to me I will return it to the issuing office without delay;â€
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Postby Abdow Ali » Wed Aug 25, 2010 5:14 pm

[quote="sushdmehta"][quote="3.2 Lost or Stolen Documents"]Where the recipient, or their representative has reported status documentation as having been lost or stolen or they claim that it was not delivered, officers should investigate the claim. Upon loss or theft of a UKRP, the holder must report the same to the UKBA in a statement giving full details (see below). Only if these points are answered and a satisfactory explanation is received should a replacement UKRP be issued.

Applicants claiming that they have lost their UKRP and requesting a replacement must be required to complete and submit a statement to UKBA detailing the following:
• In what name was the document issued;
• On what date was the document issued;
• From what office was the document issued;
• On what date was the document last seen;
• On or between which dates do you think the loss/theft (delete as applicable) took place;
• Brief details of where the loss/theft (delete as applicable) took place;
• Details of all items lost or stolen on the same occasion;
• Crime reference number or a website report reference number if applicable;
• “Affirmation: I (name of applicant) confirm that to the best of my knowledge all of the information given above is true and accurate. Should the original document be found or recovered by me or anyone known to me I will return it to the issuing office without delay;â€
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Postby hsmp1412 » Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:41 am

[quote="Abdow Ali"][quote="sushdmehta"][quote="3.2 Lost or Stolen Documents"]Where the recipient, or their representative has reported status documentation as having been lost or stolen or they claim that it was not delivered, officers should investigate the claim. Upon loss or theft of a UKRP, the holder must report the same to the UKBA in a statement giving full details (see below). Only if these points are answered and a satisfactory explanation is received should a replacement UKRP be issued.

Applicants claiming that they have lost their UKRP and requesting a replacement must be required to complete and submit a statement to UKBA detailing the following:
• In what name was the document issued;
• On what date was the document issued;
• From what office was the document issued;
• On what date was the document last seen;
• On or between which dates do you think the loss/theft (delete as applicable) took place;
• Brief details of where the loss/theft (delete as applicable) took place;
• Details of all items lost or stolen on the same occasion;
• Crime reference number or a website report reference number if applicable;
• “Affirmation: I (name of applicant) confirm that to the best of my knowledge all of the information given above is true and accurate. Should the original document be found or recovered by me or anyone known to me I will return it to the issuing office without delay;â€
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