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In my view apart of declaring your success news the best help to members will be if you share your experience in uploading the documents which you had done yourself.
The option will come after you pay the IHS fee and application is submitted. I have done it yesterday for my wife.
You're missing the point. You have not stated which visa route to ilr you have done or what relevant evidence you submitted with the application.Mabbasy69 wrote: ↑Sat Jun 22, 2019 1:36 am
Hi,bambatron wrote: ↑Tue May 28, 2019 1:01 pmHello,
Tier 2 General to ILR
I had an appointment last Friday London Premium Lounge: paid £260 for it as I missed a Croydon appointment which was free of charge. (you snooze you loose)
- Early morning submitted the biometric details.
- waited whole day and the long bank holiday weekend for no emails
- Monday night came back home to find a letter signed by my landlord.
- I opened it to see the good news
- Apparently they have made the decision within approx 4 hours and posted it same day to be delivered next day.
My application was a very complex one, my solicitor asked me to submit so much of details and asked me to write a comprehensive personal letter detailing the background of my application. I submitted only the minimum required documents and didn't submit any personal statements.
For the over thinkers: they say that the devil is in the details. So stick to what is only mandatory. If they need more information, they will simply ask you to provide. Make it easy for the one who is checking your application and you should get the application granted the same day.
Best of luck to everyone, you have ridden all the way up the mountain and now you should wait the storm out.
Nothing can be said as whether will it be ILR or another LTR but if you had met all the necessary requirements then it will more likely be ILR.jsp1983 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 25, 2019 9:43 pmHi all
I applied for ILR Set M, then varied my Set M to ILR Set LR using Super Priority service.
I received the below email today. I assume ILR is granted? Am I correct?
“I’m pleased to confirm that your application for leave has now been granted. You will receive your decision letter and biometric residence permit (BRP) in due course and these will confirm your immigration status. Thank you for using our super priority service.”
wildfireandhorses wrote: ↑Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:43 pmLooks like lady luck is on my side as the Home Office has refunded the full fees (£3,018.20) from my initially refused SET(O) application.
wildfireandhorses wrote: ↑Fri Jun 14, 2019 8:42 amBelow is my journey following application for ilr using the super priority service.
Application Type: SET(O) based on 10 year long residency
04/02/2019; Online application submitted
18/02/2019: Biometrics appointment
19/02/2019: Contacted HO and was told to wait 5 working days to get a decision
26/02/2019: Contacted HO and was told my case has been escalated with the case worker
28/02/2019: Email received from HO stating a letter has been sent in the post
05/03/2019: Letter (backdated to 18/02/2019) of refusal received from HO alleging a break in my lawful residency 7 years ago following an appeal after visa refusal. They offered to give me a 30 months visa instead asking I pay £1000 NHS surcharge by 08/03/2019 or I'd lose out on my application fee. I suspect the backdating was done to get around refunding the priority fee.
15/03/2019: Pre Action Protocol letter sent to HO by my lawyer disputing the alleged break in lawful residency with proof of appeal process followed 7 years ago covered under section 3c of the immigration Act 1971 which accompanied my initial application. My lawyer requested the HO refund the super priority fee and respond to the letter within 2 weeks of receipt.
27/03/2019: HO responds to Pre Action Protocol letter standing by their decision to refuse ilr. They agree to refund the super priority fee. My lawyer advises me that taking the HO to court will likely result in a resolve in my favour but there is no certainty as to when this might be resolved and the costs associated with it are quite high. He advises me to reapply as a spouse of a British citizen.
Application Type: SET(M) based on 5 years spousal visa married to a British citizen
09/05/2019: Online application submitted
We are both self employed as I have a business which me and my husband work for. All self employment documentation as requested by the HO was provided.
06/06/2019: Biometrics appointment (this was the earliest available date)
07/06/2019: Contacted HO and was told to wait 5 working days to get a decision
13/06/2019: Contacted HO (10:45 am) and was told my case has been escalated with the case worker. My lawyer also contacted the HO and received an email at 11:30 am stating they needed more time to decide my case as it raises "exceptionally complex issues". My lawyer chases up asking how much time they need to decide and if they require additional documentation. Three hours later, around 2:25pm, I receive an email from the HO with my lawyer copied in saying they're pleased to let me know my ilr has been granted. They provided the postal tracking number for my biometric card and apologised for not deciding within 24 hours stating they will refund the £800 super priority fee.
Basically, yesterday was a rollercoaster.
All the best to everyone else waiting.
About slots not sure.raindays19 wrote: ↑Wed Jun 19, 2019 1:49 pmHi everyone! I am new here, so sorry in advance for the silly questions I'm about to ask but hoping someone can clarify this for me. I am really in a bit of a tight timescale with my visa application so will go for super priority hoping this will speed things up a little bit.
1. With the new system, once I pay the fee and confirm I have all documents in place, and I book an appointment for biometrics, does anyone know if there there is a time in the day that new slots are added?
2. Does it matter if I have this appointment at a core centre or in a library?
3. With the 24 hour target, is it 1 working day, or 3 working days for non-complex cases?
4. How does the HO inform applicants about outcome? Email? Letter?
5. How long should I expect the BRP to arrive?
Thank you so much!
Hi I got the same email, do you know what was the outcome, i am but afraid as wording is quite different then who got visa.Mo1993 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 03, 2019 9:29 pmHi TsionTsion wrote: ↑Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:34 amHi all
I recived the below email for IRL application...
"I’m pleased to confirm that your application for indefinite leave to remain under Tier 2 of the immigration arrangements has now been decided. You will receive your decision letter in due course. Thank you for using our super priority service."
Is there anyone who had the same experience? Is it approved or rejected ,?
What was your decision on the letter as I received same email ?
Hi Reddy, What was the out come?. i got the same email.yasodareddy wrote: ↑Wed May 22, 2019 3:58 pmI’m pleased to confirm that your application for leave has now been decided. You will receive your decision letter in due course. Thank you for using our super priority service.
I have received this mail from home office, can anyone tell me what does it mean?