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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by sbh123 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:37 am

Hello -

Is the Home Office refunding the additional amount paid for the Super Priority service since they could not stick to the service standards?

Thanks.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by badhodor » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:38 am

prejay wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:30 am
sohailghani wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:28 am
badhodor,
5th Year P60 will be issue in april 2019. thats why I am giving only 4 years but according to ILR guideline there is not mention to provide any P60.
One data point from me: when we visited UKVCAS the person doing the submission was adamant we could not submit any docs not asked for - any if we wanted to, it would be minimal. Examples: forced to remove all supplementary pages of utility bills, bank statements, and amount of correspondence (needed for spouse visa) to the minimum requirement.

You may or may not have the same experience - where you'll have to argue quite hard to submit things they don't ask for.
My experience was on the contrary, my center asked me if I wanted to upload anything else (atleast 3 times) I said, I have uploaded everything on the list and the agent said yes they have checked everything on the list is there but if I wanted to upload anything else they were quite eager to upload more stuff in my case. I kept it minimal though and had uploaded everything already.

Maybe things have changed, not sure... my appointment was 1st december at croydon. Still haven't heard anything back.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by sohailghani » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:42 am

badhodor wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:38 am
prejay wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:30 am
sohailghani wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:28 am
badhodor,
5th Year P60 will be issue in april 2019. thats why I am giving only 4 years but according to ILR guideline there is not mention to provide any P60.
One data point from me: when we visited UKVCAS the person doing the submission was adamant we could not submit any docs not asked for - any if we wanted to, it would be minimal. Examples: forced to remove all supplementary pages of utility bills, bank statements, and amount of correspondence (needed for spouse visa) to the minimum requirement.

You may or may not have the same experience - where you'll have to argue quite hard to submit things they don't ask for.
My experience was on the contrary, my center asked me if I wanted to upload anything else (atleast 3 times) I said, I have uploaded everything on the list and the agent said yes they have checked everything on the list is there but if I wanted to upload anything else they were quite eager to upload more stuff in my case. I kept it minimal though and had uploaded everything already.

Maybe things have changed, not sure... my appointment was 1st december at croydon. Still haven't heard anything back.
Badhodor,

Could you tell me in which category you have applied ILR on 1st December 2018 and further tell me my supporting documents list its enough.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by himanshuc » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:44 am

Hi, do we need to be personally at home to receive the BRP/decision letter? Thanks

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by badhodor » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:49 am

sohailghani wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:42 am
badhodor wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:38 am
prejay wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:30 am
sohailghani wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:28 am
badhodor,
5th Year P60 will be issue in april 2019. thats why I am giving only 4 years but according to ILR guideline there is not mention to provide any P60.
One data point from me: when we visited UKVCAS the person doing the submission was adamant we could not submit any docs not asked for - any if we wanted to, it would be minimal. Examples: forced to remove all supplementary pages of utility bills, bank statements, and amount of correspondence (needed for spouse visa) to the minimum requirement.

You may or may not have the same experience - where you'll have to argue quite hard to submit things they don't ask for.
My experience was on the contrary, my center asked me if I wanted to upload anything else (atleast 3 times) I said, I have uploaded everything on the list and the agent said yes they have checked everything on the list is there but if I wanted to upload anything else they were quite eager to upload more stuff in my case. I kept it minimal though and had uploaded everything already.

Maybe things have changed, not sure... my appointment was 1st december at croydon. Still haven't heard anything back.
Badhodor,

Could you tell me in which category you have applied ILR on 1st December 2018 and further tell me my supporting documents list its enough.
Tier 2 - 5 YEar route - SET (O)
The docs I provided-

1. 3 months bank statement (stamped every page by bank)
2. 3 Months payslips (stamped by the Payroll)
3. 5 years P60
4. Life in the UK Pass
5. Master's degree
6. Passport scanned (all pages blank and stamped, old and new)
7. Letters from employers (both new and old) (with absences from new, old one only wrote no unpaid leave during employment)
8. List of all the times i left UK (it was less than 100 days but lot of 1-2 day trips so had to attach a separate file)
9. BRP (scanned)
10. Marriage Certificate (as married to an EU spouse 2 months ago).
11. Signed consent forms.

That is all I gave them

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by sohailghani » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:54 am

badhodor wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:49 am
sohailghani wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:42 am
badhodor wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:38 am
prejay wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:30 am


One data point from me: when we visited UKVCAS the person doing the submission was adamant we could not submit any docs not asked for - any if we wanted to, it would be minimal. Examples: forced to remove all supplementary pages of utility bills, bank statements, and amount of correspondence (needed for spouse visa) to the minimum requirement.

You may or may not have the same experience - where you'll have to argue quite hard to submit things they don't ask for.
My experience was on the contrary, my center asked me if I wanted to upload anything else (atleast 3 times) I said, I have uploaded everything on the list and the agent said yes they have checked everything on the list is there but if I wanted to upload anything else they were quite eager to upload more stuff in my case. I kept it minimal though and had uploaded everything already.

Maybe things have changed, not sure... my appointment was 1st december at croydon. Still haven't heard anything back.
Badhodor,

Could you tell me in which category you have applied ILR on 1st December 2018 and further tell me my supporting documents list its enough.
Tier 2 - 5 YEar route - SET (O)
The docs I provided-

1. 3 months bank statement (stamped every page by bank)
2. 3 Months payslips (stamped by the Payroll)
3. 5 years P60
4. Life in the UK Pass
5. Master's degree
6. Passport scanned (all pages blank and stamped, old and new)
7. Letters from employers (both new and old) (with absences from new, old one only wrote no unpaid leave during employment)
8. List of all the times i left UK (it was less than 100 days but lot of 1-2 day trips so had to attach a separate file)
9. BRP (scanned)
10. Marriage Certificate (as married to an EU spouse 2 months ago).
11. Signed consent forms.

That is all I gave them
thanks badhodor, but is that ok 4 years P60? because I got tier 2 general visa BRP 24 Jan 2014. thats why I have only 4 years P60.
regards,
SG

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by oldmankensey » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:55 am

Here is version 3 of the big list. I actually didn't make that many changes to it, maybe 10-12 alterations since Dec 27th!

Number still waiting per calendar week:

Nov 12-18 - 1 waiting out of 1
Nov 19-25 - 1 waiting out of 4
Nov 26-Dec 2 - 13 waiting out of 22
Dec 3-9 - 7 waiting out of 18
Dec 10-16 - 7 waiting out of 15
Dec 17-23 - 6 waiting out of 15
Dec 24-30 - 3 waiting out of 9

total: 38 waiting out of 84, that's 45%!

That Nov 26 to Dec 2 week (which I'm in!) seems to have been the worst week of all and the majority are still waiting.
-------------------------------------

nov 17
Fryman - no answer yet

nov 22
manibala89 - response Dec 10
ilovethebeatles - response Nov 28

nov 24
manuelabe - response Dec 13
docshami - no answer yet

nov 26
mail9 - response Dec 15
venk - response Dec 18
ecu-daba - no answer yet
vh5211 - no answer yet
pumz1984 - response Dec 15
scoobydoo0602 - response Dec 17

nov 27
sunnysakhi - response Dec 20


nov 28
daisyuk - no answer yet
timothy tao - no answer yet
madihaaali_304 - no answer yet
bhcool - response Dec 14
jas18 - no answer yet

nov 29
emerge123 - no answer yet

nov 30
oldmankensey - no answer yet
nishi - no answer yet


dec 1
cja_1234 - no answer yet
FarooqShah86 - no answer yet
9127 - response Dec 10
badhodor - no answer yet
vcok - response Dec 14
kumar88 - no answer yet
allbirdsallbirds - response Dec 17

dec 3
cemj - response Dec 7

dec 4
advanceswine - response Dec 11
anand_p - response Dec 19
auslanderlh - no answer yet
qvmm - no answer yet

dec 5
Min8585 - response Dec 12
mahmoudsayed86 - response Dec 11
momozz - no answer yet


dec 6
tingtingyuyu - response Dec 7
livlivuk - response Dec 14
avishekm - no answer yet
sivap99 - response Dec 20
incognito123 - no answer yet

dec 7
jibrankayub - response Dec 10
saimajaan - no answer yet

dec 8
norty109 - response Dec 13
RY83 - no answer yet
yoginipingle - response Dec 21

dec 10
himanshuc - no answer yet

dec 11
seventimesandmore - response Dec 12!!
shah4404 - response Dec 13
swskum - response Dec 12!!
zaf1 - no answer yet

dec 12
Saninsts - no answer yet
pride88 - response Dec 20
taurusliz - response Dec 17
desperatelywaiting - no answer yet
fanttazio - no answer yet

dec 13
Kaley - response Dec 14!!
ba54 - no answer yet
fauji74 - no answer yet

dec 14
Ader - response Dec 14!

dec 15
thara123 - response Dec 21

dec 17
milamad - response Dec 18!
mohan_uk - response Dec 19
nidhal talib - no answer yet
sidibou - no answer yet
brittobe2020 - no answer yet

dec 18
nagkd - response Dec 19
mil10cv - response Jan 2
andakut - response Dec 21

dec 20
sk10486 - no answer yet

dec 21
uzmaham - response Dec 28
bibi2 - response Dec 29

dec 22
frmglasgow - no answer yet
sidg - response Jan 2
jayrose17 - response Jan 1

dec 23
manish7490 - no answer yet

dec 24
allyf - response Dec 27
ianone - response Dec 27
saddy2018 - response Dec 24 (about 3 hours!!!)
bub988 - response Dec 24

dec 27
vpruk - no answer yet
rishu - no answer yet
krprch02 - response Dec 28
jagzmann - response Dec 31

dec 28
nomie200031 - no answer yet

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by alokpanda123 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:04 am

This has been an amazing informative forum. We have an appointment at Croydon on 11/01 to apply as a family for Set (O) in Tier 2, 5 years route. I have a son , aged 7 years - is he also needed to attend in person for the biometrics?

Regards,
Alok

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by prejay » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:04 am

badhodor wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:38 am
prejay wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:30 am
One data point from me: when we visited UKVCAS the person doing the submission was adamant we could not submit any docs not asked for - any if we wanted to, it would be minimal. Examples: forced to remove all supplementary pages of utility bills, bank statements, and amount of correspondence (needed for spouse visa) to the minimum requirement.

You may or may not have the same experience - where you'll have to argue quite hard to submit things they don't ask for.
My experience was on the contrary, my center asked me if I wanted to upload anything else (atleast 3 times) I said, I have uploaded everything on the list and the agent said yes they have checked everything on the list is there but if I wanted to upload anything else they were quite eager to upload more stuff in my case. I kept it minimal though and had uploaded everything already.

Maybe things have changed, not sure... my appointment was 1st december at croydon. Still haven't heard anything back.
I think it varies completely by the person making the submission. My only hope is they're on the hook if I complain and specifically point out it was the UKVCAS person that hindered our application. (Needless to say - I am going to be fuming if our application is delayed / has issues due to that experience.)

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by CR001 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:08 am

alokpanda123 wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:04 am
This has been an amazing informative forum. We have an appointment at Croydon on 11/01 to apply as a family for Set (O) in Tier 2, 5 years route. I have a son , aged 7 years - is he also needed to attend in person for the biometrics?

Regards,
Alok

All applicants must attend to enroll biometrics!!
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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by madihaali_304 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:11 am

saimajaan wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:40 pm
SidG wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 5:55 pm
Hi Vibe
My current employer has given job continuity letter and yes that's signed by head HR.
vibe123 wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 3:01 pm
SidG wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 1:58 pm
Hi Folks,
Got my approval letter today from home office. Such a relief this is!
For benefits of others my case is as follows:
Paid for super priority appointment: 16Dec
Attended appointment at Manchester library : 22Dec
Decision made by UKVI: 24Dec(within 24hrs)
Approval letter received by post: 2Jan (within 5working days) with NO confirmation Email.
Mine was ILR application- Set O Tier 2 (General) after 5years of sponsorship with 2 different companies (changed employer in-between so have 2 COS)
Other info: As I've haven't received any email about the decision and my online application was not freezed after appointment - I was linking this to the delay. Called up Sopra call centre this morning (after holding line for 78mins) and they have confirmed that despite the fact that documents are not freezed they have forwarded my case to home office on 22Dec itself after biometrics appointment. Documents which has been uploaded/available till the date of biometrics is being send to UKVI and after that addition/deletion of docs have Zero impact on the case.
I sincerely wish all others you are waiting should get thier affirmative decision soon.
Let me know if anybody has any other questions!!!
This forum is such a support to me, thank you all.
Hey sidg congrats on your approval. Can you please tell me what company delivered your letter and was it signed for ?
congrats I think I'm stuck most of the delayed ones r done with it except me
I'm still here too, waiting since the 28th Nov!

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by badhodor » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:20 am

I have just called the parliamentary ombudsmen service to get more options.

Basically, if you have complained to the HO and it has been 20 working days, tried your MP and to no avail, you can ask your MP to refer your case to the parliamentary ombudsmen service.

I complained to my MP on 19th december (no answer yet), and to complaints email address on the 17th Dec (no answer yet).
I was also informed that the MP's are back in office from 7th Jan.

I hope this helps the ones who have been waiting before me.
My course of action:

1. Wait for my MP to reply, if nothing then call them on 9-10 Jan. --> hope to get some answer.
2. Wait for HO complaints email to reply, if nothing then call MP.
3. If 1 & 2 both yield nothing ask for MP to refer to the Parliamentary Ombudsmen Service. Basically by end of Jan I should have something ( I hope) with this approach.

Good luck to everyone waiting!!

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by ecu-daba » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:36 am

Mrunal wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:33 pm
ecu-daba wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:50 am
Hi All:

I attended my biometrics appointment on 26th Nov and had not received any communications. I have called the HO for 4th time and I was told to e-mail send an e-mail to the following address:

applyonlineE-support@homeoffice.gov.uk

Has anyone less been told the same? During my last escalation on 20th Dec I was told my only option was to write a complaint which I did. I am now being told to send an e-mail to this new address. Total mess and utter confusion.
Which form did u fill? Route?
SET (O)

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by momozz » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:40 am

Hi guys! Another day waiting in pain!

So I sent out a complaint yesterday and I also called my local mp's office, a nice gentleman picked up the call and booked me with a caseworker today. So I just went to meet the caseworker. He told me that super prioty services in UKVI's definition - which they don't tell the public:

Pay the extra 600, and you will get a instant decision, UNLESS they think there is a difficulty (God knows what, might be UKVI's own error), then your case get put back into the 6 month pile..and then you are stuck..

He also agrees that this department is the most inefficient one amongst all...He said he will help me on finding out where my case is ect.. so fingers crossed! At least someone is doing something..I'm pretty hopeless now and kinda give up on dreaming about my February holiday.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by SidiBou » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:45 am

brittobe2020 wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:38 am
Just want to add my case here to keep myself sane and hopefully help others during this awful wait!
SET(O) ILR from Tier 2 general, super priority
Submitted online app: 3 Dec (used solicitors)
Biometrics appointment @ Croydon: 17 Dec

No communication at all so far. The lawyers told me they have a number of other clients in the same situation.
I am afraid the lawyers are correct as I’m almost a copy and paste of your situation: appointment @ Croydon on 17/12 via 3rd party company and have not heard anything back thus far. :/

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by preet8899 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:55 am

momozz wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:40 am
Hi guys! Another day waiting in pain!

So I sent out a complaint yesterday and I also called my local mp's office, a nice gentleman picked up the call and booked me with a caseworker today. So I just went to meet the caseworker. He told me that super prioty services in UKVI's definition - which they don't tell the public:

Pay the extra 600, and you will get a instant decision, UNLESS they think there is a difficulty (God knows what, might be UKVI's own error), then your case get put back into the 6 month pile..and then you are stuck..

He also agrees that this department is the most inefficient one amongst all...He said he will help me on finding out where my case is ect.. so fingers crossed! At least someone is doing something..I'm pretty hopeless now and kinda give up on dreaming about my February holiday.
Hi momozz,

Thanks for sharing. When you said caseworker - did you mean UKVI's caseworker or someone from the MP's office who is dealing with your case?

Thanks

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by sohailghani » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:15 pm

Hi,

I have a query related to Tier 2 General ILR 5 Years Route. anybody have consent letter. so please give me.

Thanks
SG
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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by bipink » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:19 pm

badhodor wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:21 am
sohailghani wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:06 am
Hi,
I have a query related to the Tier 2 (General) ILR 5 years route. I have a plan to apply ILR in mid of Jan 2019 with super priority service. So could you check my supporting documents list below please and tell me it’s enough of documents.

List of supporting documents

1. Passport (Current & Old)
2. Biometric Card
3. Letter from employer include absence info.
4. Personal Bank Statements (5 Months)
5. Salary Slips (5 Months)
6. P60 (4 Years)
7. English Language
a) UK Master degree
b) Transcripts
8. Life in UK passing certificate


Further, Do I need to provide any consent letter? If so could you tell me the format of this or where can I get this consent form or letter, please?

Regards,
SG
why not 5 Year P60?
Also bank statements need to be stamped and corelate to your recent payslip i.e. the money shown in your payslip is actually credited in your bank account (if applying mid-jan, go for december payslip)
How can you get bank statements stamped? I heard some banks in the UK doesn't do that at all..?

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by bipink » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:26 pm

brittobe2020 wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:38 am
Just want to add my case here to keep myself sane and hopefully help others during this awful wait!
SET(O) ILR from Tier 2 general, super priority
Submitted online app: 3 Dec (used solicitors)
Biometrics appointment @ Croydon: 17 Dec

No communication at all so far. The lawyers told me they have a number of other clients in the same situation.
"The lawyers told me they have a number of other clients in the same situation" - that shouldn't stop you or your lawyer from escalating your case as you have paid for some services and you didn't get anything on time..

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by avishekm » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:30 pm

oldmankensey wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:55 am
Here is version 3 of the big list. I actually didn't make that many changes to it, maybe 10-12 alterations since Dec 27th!

Number still waiting per calendar week:

Nov 12-18 - 1 waiting out of 1
Nov 19-25 - 1 waiting out of 4
Nov 26-Dec 2 - 13 waiting out of 22
Dec 3-9 - 7 waiting out of 18
Dec 10-16 - 7 waiting out of 15
Dec 17-23 - 6 waiting out of 15
Dec 24-30 - 3 waiting out of 9

total: 38 waiting out of 84, that's 45%!

That Nov 26 to Dec 2 week (which I'm in!) seems to have been the worst week of all and the majority are still waiting.
-------------------------------------

nov 17
Fryman - no answer yet

nov 22
manibala89 - response Dec 10
ilovethebeatles - response Nov 28

nov 24
manuelabe - response Dec 13
docshami - no answer yet

nov 26
mail9 - response Dec 15
venk - response Dec 18
ecu-daba - no answer yet
vh5211 - no answer yet
pumz1984 - response Dec 15
scoobydoo0602 - response Dec 17

nov 27
sunnysakhi - response Dec 20


nov 28
daisyuk - no answer yet
timothy tao - no answer yet
madihaaali_304 - no answer yet
bhcool - response Dec 14
jas18 - no answer yet

nov 29
emerge123 - no answer yet

nov 30
oldmankensey - no answer yet
nishi - no answer yet


dec 1
cja_1234 - no answer yet
FarooqShah86 - no answer yet
9127 - response Dec 10
badhodor - no answer yet
vcok - response Dec 14
kumar88 - no answer yet
allbirdsallbirds - response Dec 17

dec 3
cemj - response Dec 7

dec 4
advanceswine - response Dec 11
anand_p - response Dec 19
auslanderlh - no answer yet
qvmm - no answer yet

dec 5
Min8585 - response Dec 12
mahmoudsayed86 - response Dec 11
momozz - no answer yet


dec 6
tingtingyuyu - response Dec 7
livlivuk - response Dec 14
avishekm - no answer yet
sivap99 - response Dec 20
incognito123 - no answer yet

dec 7
jibrankayub - response Dec 10
saimajaan - no answer yet

dec 8
norty109 - response Dec 13
RY83 - no answer yet
yoginipingle - response Dec 21

dec 10
himanshuc - no answer yet

dec 11
seventimesandmore - response Dec 12!!
shah4404 - response Dec 13
swskum - response Dec 12!!
zaf1 - no answer yet

dec 12
Saninsts - no answer yet
pride88 - response Dec 20
taurusliz - response Dec 17
desperatelywaiting - no answer yet
fanttazio - no answer yet

dec 13
Kaley - response Dec 14!!
ba54 - no answer yet
fauji74 - no answer yet

dec 14
Ader - response Dec 14!

dec 15
thara123 - response Dec 21

dec 17
milamad - response Dec 18!
mohan_uk - response Dec 19
nidhal talib - no answer yet
sidibou - no answer yet
brittobe2020 - no answer yet

dec 18
nagkd - response Dec 19
mil10cv - response Jan 2
andakut - response Dec 21

dec 20
sk10486 - no answer yet

dec 21
uzmaham - response Dec 28
bibi2 - response Dec 29

dec 22
frmglasgow - no answer yet
sidg - response Jan 2
jayrose17 - response Jan 1

dec 23
manish7490 - no answer yet

dec 24
allyf - response Dec 27
ianone - response Dec 27
saddy2018 - response Dec 24 (about 3 hours!!!)
bub988 - response Dec 24

dec 27
vpruk - no answer yet
rishu - no answer yet
krprch02 - response Dec 28
jagzmann - response Dec 31

dec 28
nomie200031 - no answer yet
Hey, Thanks for the list. I called the UKVI contact centre today and same old narrative as earlier. They can’t do anything else and escalated it again. It’s been marked urgent and my father’s death certificate has been sent (by MP) and escalated on special grounds as well.

It’s really frustrating as I need to travel. Hopefully will receive something soon. Will update if I receive anything.

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