You will face some very difficult, perhaps even awkward questions.
kellyanne13 wrote:In July 2012, after overstaying my Tier 5 Youth Mobility visa by about two weeks, I was refused entry to the UK after attempting to fly in and out as part of a six week travel itinerary following the expiration of my visa. I was sent back to Spain, I have a NZ passport.
Why did you try to reenter the UK on an expired visa?
[quote="kellyanne13"I have a trip to Paris booked for July, it will be three years on and I have a new passport. I am in the process of sending away a subject access request but wondering if anybody can tell me whether I would be rejected from the UK if I tried to enter again. I would be traveling from Paris to London for a weekend.[/quote]
Apply for a visit visa. If you get that, atleast you will have this advantage when trying to enter the country.
I found this online: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/s ... _0_ext.pdf
Which seems to say that since I overstayed less than six months and it was more than two years ago, that there would (not)
be any general grounds for refusal.
Anybody with any knowledge about whether I will be refused again?[/quote]
They can and will refuse anybody if they aren't totally convinced that the person will not leave in the time they say. Get a visitor visa. If you can convince the UK that you deserve that, your chances are much better when you actually try to enter.