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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by Sajd97 » Wed Nov 06, 2019 12:17 pm

ukvisat2 wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 12:10 pm
Sajd97 wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:11 am
Dear UNVISAT,
what was written in your confirmation email? and after how many hours you had received your successful email letter from different email?
hoever,
I have received email where they stated this message is to confirm that your application for leave has now been decided. despatched by recorded delivery reference number.,,xyz...

worried about this....

look forward to see your answer.
I have received two emails.
  • at 14:00 the application was successful.
  • at 14:02 the following email
I am pleased to confirm that your application for Indefinite Leave to remain in the United Kingdom under the immigration arrangements has now been granted. You will receive your decision letters and biometric residence permits (BRP) in due course and these will confirm your immigration status.

Thank you for using our super priority service.
The word 'decided' means that there is something wrong. I have read 3-4 cases on this platform. You can only figure out in the letter that what is the problem.
Thank you for your reply.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by rumishe » Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:18 pm

rumishe wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:03 am
ILR Route : SET(M) after 5 years FLR(M)
Online form submission and payment: 03/11/2019
Biometrics intake appointment - 05/11/2019 @8am via premium service Croydon Bedpoint, £75 appointment
Approval email: 06/11/2019 @8.10am
Decision letter received: tbc
BRP Card : tbc

I'm very grateful for this forum and how it has supported me in being an informed person when it comes to immigrration matters, choices, and my rights. The information that I have gained from this forum over the past 7 years is invaluable. The guidance from the moderators and the insight from contributing members' experiences have been instrumental to all the choices I've made towards my immigration journey. I'm very thankful.

Naturalisation is my next stop, Fingers crossed for a positive outcome. :D :D :D :D

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by micahelkgd » Fri Nov 08, 2019 11:26 am

SET(M) 5-year family route

Submitted: 29/10/2019
Appointment at 20 Mark Lane premium lounge: 04/11/2019 at 9:00AM
Escalated via their telephone line: 07/11/2019

No emails, no letters, no communication whatsoever to this day, 08/11/2019

Is it normal for "Super Priority" service that costs £3200?

I must say dealing with Home Office is the most humiliating experience I had in my life to date.
Immigration services of the USA, Russia and Nigeria are way more predictable and transparent.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by legalalien » Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:06 pm

Sorry to hear your experience.

We had a relatively smooth one
Application ILR Set m 5 years spouse route
UKVCaS appointment date 11am 5/11/2019 (Birmingham)
Approval Email received 11:50am 6/11/2019
Approval letter and BRP received 9/11/2019 (separate deliveries)

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by hjohnny » Wed Nov 13, 2019 10:59 pm

My timeline

Submitted Application for Tier 2
Appointment: Today (at Croydon) at 8:15am
Email of Decision: Same day at 5pm

Waiting BRP

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by deepakpareek » Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:24 pm

ILR Route : SET(O) after 5 years route
Online form submission and payment: 14/11/2019
Biometrics intake appointment - 15/11/2019 @12:00 via premium service
Approval email: 15/11/2019 @14.00pm
Decision letter received: No letter
BRP Card : 19/11/2019

Thanks to all moderators and this forum for providing the valuable guidance each time. :D

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by Enthusiastic6456 » Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:50 pm

Mt1290 wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 12:51 pm
Hi,

I applied in Glasgow yesterday and received a generic email saying a decision has been made, however no specifics. Quite a vague email. Anyone had the same?

I had the same mail and the application was successful. The wording of email depends on the caseworker.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by best4arslan » Tue Nov 19, 2019 11:53 pm

ILR Route : SET(LR) Super Premium Service
Online form submission and payment: 17/11/2019
Biometrics intake appointment - 18/11/2019 @8:30 via premium service
Approval email: 19/11/2019 @13:44
Decision letter received: Waiting
BRP Card : Waiting

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by Flyandski » Wed Nov 20, 2019 2:59 pm

Hi - I have trawled through this board but didn’t see if this question was asked/answered. My wife (SET(M)) went to Sopra yesterday. Was in and out in 35min. Around 3hrs later she received this:
“Dear [...],
I am pleased to confirm that your application for Indefinite Leave to Remain has now been granted. You will receive your decision letter and Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) via post in due course and these will confirm your immigration status.
Thank you for using our Super Priority Service.
Yours sincerely,”

Given the speed of reply and the term, “...your application...has been granted.” does this mean she indeed has been granted ILR? I ask because it seems that application “approved” or “you have been granted” would be better wording.
We are cautiously optimistic but dont want to break out the bubbly lest we get heartbroken. Also, if indeed ILR, how long is “due course”?
Thank you,

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by andriana88 » Thu Nov 21, 2019 4:29 pm

Hi all,

First of all I wanted to say thank you so much to everyone who posted on this forum and to the moderators - being able to see other people's experiences definitely made me feel calmer when going through the process myself.

I wanted to note something important - I applied 25 days before before the date by which I met the absence requirement, which was within the 28 day limit of course. HOWEVER when my lawyer chased the HO after we didn't receive a response within 24h, they said they will HOLD MY APPLICATION until it meets the absence requirement. This goes against their guidelines of course. Once the 25 days passed (15th of November), there was no communication. We chased them on 18/11 and they said 'a decision has been made and it will be with you soon'. I then received a positive response by post (no email).

Here is my timeline:
Date application (online Super Priority) : 21/10/2019
Date of UKCVAS Appointment (Croydon) : 24/10/2019
Email received (if applicable) : No email
Acknowledgement letter: Not yet received
Biometric permit received (confirming ILR): 21/11/2019

I hope my experience helps others

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by Flyandski » Fri Nov 22, 2019 9:31 am

Flyandski wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 2:59 pm
Hi - I have trawled through this board but didn’t see if this question was asked/answered. My wife (SET(M)) went to Sopra yesterday. Was in and out in 35min. Around 3hrs later she received this:
“Dear [...],
I am pleased to confirm that your application for Indefinite Leave to Remain has now been granted. You will receive your decision letter and Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) via post in due course and these will confirm your immigration status.
Thank you for using our Super Priority Service.
Yours sincerely,”

Given the speed of reply and the term, “...your application...has been granted.” does this mean she indeed has been granted ILR? I ask because it seems that application “approved” or “you have been granted” would be better wording.
We are cautiously optimistic but dont want to break out the bubbly lest we get heartbroken. Also, if indeed ILR, how long is “due course”?
Thank you,
So my wife's BRP with ILR on it arrived via special delivery this morning. She went to Sopra on Tue 19 Nov, was there for 35min, received an email (above) 3hrs later and then received the card in the post on the morning of 22 Nov. There is an expiry of the card in 2024 but my understanding is that it can be renewed for a fee (like a passport). Never expected such quick, easy and painless service. It's almost worrying...!

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by umabb » Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:12 pm

Had my appointment this morning at 10:30, got email at 12:45 asking for more documents. I then asked how they like to receive it, in about 15mins they replied and advised that i could just attach it in the email. which i did later on today. Then, gone quiet...
So it does look like they started looking into it on the same day but i dont know how long it'll take them to actually make a decision now..
Fingers crossed.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by umabb » Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:15 pm

Flyandski wrote:
Fri Nov 22, 2019 9:31 am
Flyandski wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 2:59 pm
Hi - I have trawled through this board but didn’t see if this question was asked/answered. My wife (SET(M)) went to Sopra yesterday. Was in and out in 35min. Around 3hrs later she received this:
“Dear [...],
I am pleased to confirm that your application for Indefinite Leave to Remain has now been granted. You will receive your decision letter and Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) via post in due course and these will confirm your immigration status.
Thank you for using our Super Priority Service.
Yours sincerely,”

Given the speed of reply and the term, “...your application...has been granted.” does this mean she indeed has been granted ILR? I ask because it seems that application “approved” or “you have been granted” would be better wording.
We are cautiously optimistic but dont want to break out the bubbly lest we get heartbroken. Also, if indeed ILR, how long is “due course”?
Thank you,
So my wife's BRP with ILR on it arrived via special delivery this morning. She went to Sopra on Tue 19 Nov, was there for 35min, received an email (above) 3hrs later and then received the card in the post on the morning of 22 Nov. There is an expiry of the card in 2024 but my understanding is that it can be renewed for a fee (like a passport). Never expected such quick, easy and painless service. It's almost worrying...!
Rather fast.. and lucky! congrats !

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by Konzo1 » Sun Nov 24, 2019 6:02 am

umabb wrote:
Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:12 pm
Had my appointment this morning at 10:30, got email at 12:45 asking for more documents. I then asked how they like to receive it, in about 15mins they replied and advised that i could just attach it in the email. which i did later on today. Then, gone quiet...
So it does look like they started looking into it on the same day but i dont know how long it'll take them to actually make a decision now..
Fingers crossed.

What other documents were requested

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by umabb » Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:56 am

Konzo1 wrote:
Sun Nov 24, 2019 6:02 am
umabb wrote:
Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:12 pm
Had my appointment this morning at 10:30, got email at 12:45 asking for more documents. I then asked how they like to receive it, in about 15mins they replied and advised that i could just attach it in the email. which i did later on today. Then, gone quiet...
So it does look like they started looking into it on the same day but i dont know how long it'll take them to actually make a decision now..
Fingers crossed.

What other documents were requested
They asked for evidence of that i have been living with my husband for the last 3 years, from 5 official places via posts e.g., utility bills.

UPDATE from me - I've just received email to say that it's been granted and i'll receive the BRP in due course. I'm pleased!

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by seagul » Mon Nov 25, 2019 6:05 pm

umabb wrote:
Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:56 am

They asked for evidence of that i have been living with my husband for the last 3 years, from 5 official places via posts e.g., utility bills.
Are you sure that it was asked because usually the cohabitation evidences must cover the last 2 years from at least 3 sources.
The opinion expressed as above is neither a professional advice nor contesting/competing to other member's opinion/advice.

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by umabb » Tue Nov 26, 2019 4:09 pm

seagul wrote:
Mon Nov 25, 2019 6:05 pm
umabb wrote:
Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:56 am

They asked for evidence of that i have been living with my husband for the last 3 years, from 5 official places via posts e.g., utility bills.
Are you sure that it was asked because usually the cohabitation evidences must cover the last 2 years from at least 3 sources.
LOL i'm pretty sure because that's what happened. Well i was brave enough not to have provided any cohabitation evidence because it's not part of the required documents... I'm sure you guys will be fine because you are a lot more cautious and provided a lot more documents..

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by umabb » Tue Nov 26, 2019 4:13 pm

Just to conclude my timeline:
Date application (online Super Priority) : 02/11/2019
Date of UKCVAS Appointment (Shoe Lane, London) : 22/11/2019 (Friday)
Email received for more documents (because of my own stupidity i should have provided in the first place) : 22/11/2019
Email received (if applicable) to confirm ILR is granted: 25/11/2019 (on Monday, over the weekend)
Acknowledgement letter and BRP: I'm still waiting for the letter to arrive..

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by sharad82 » Fri Nov 29, 2019 5:03 pm

10 year ILR

Date of application (Super Priority) : 27/11/2019 Didn't see any super-priority option until midnight
Date of UKCVAS Appointment (Mark Lane, London) : 28/11/2019
Right to work updated online: 29/11/2019 12:00
Email Received: 29/11/2019 15:00

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Re: UKVCAS Super Priority Service

Post by bookkeeper » Sat Nov 30, 2019 11:22 pm

panicbutton2019 wrote:
Sun Jun 30, 2019 9:03 pm
Hello everyone,

I applied for a Tier 2 Extension using the 5-Day UKVCAS Priority service with biometrics registered on 10/06/2019. I got my BRP straight through on 13/06/2019 with no other accompanying letters/acknowledgement. Its been 3 weeks now and still no sign of it. Is this usual?

Moreover, is it OK for an old BRP to show up as invalid on the Right to Work portal after a new BRP has been assigned? I also checked this new BRP number on the portal and it couldn't find it. Has anyone else had any issues with it?

Please do let me know. Many thanks in advance!
is your new BRP details showing on the website now or you still cant see those, as I have exactly same issue.

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