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manav kumar
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Post by manav kumar » Thu Oct 23, 2008 5:20 am

my appeal is allowed for the soppose visa and its been 4 weeks now, how long it will take to get my visa?

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Post by batleykhan » Thu Oct 23, 2008 8:19 am

It will take about 3 months from the date of the hearing before your wife joins you in the UK.

The appeal judgement will be sent by AIT to the Home Office, who will then forward it over to the Embassy for the Manager to look at, who after agreeing to it will pass onto the ECO, who will write to your wife to bring her passport along with her TB certificate ( make sure this is valid at the time otherwise she will have to do another one).

In the end she will be issued with a 27 months visa and then she is free to join you here in the UK

Hope this helps

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Post by manav kumar » Thu Oct 23, 2008 8:30 am

thanks, yes i would really help, but what is TB?

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Post by Sarah D » Thu Oct 23, 2008 11:24 am

HI! I am Manav's wife. I am in England and Manav is in India. He had his spousal visa refused following our marriage in July last year. We then of course appealed.

Our appeal was allowed and we received this decision on the 1st October. Our understanding is that the HO has 28 days to contest this decision, so nothing can be done in terms of actually issuing the visa before this time - does anyone know if this is correct? Any tips on doing anything that can speed up the process?

Thanks guys!

(and hi darling xox)

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Post by lesley15 » Thu Oct 23, 2008 4:37 pm

Hi Sarah,
just to let you know that as your hubby is from India, as is mine , they don't have to do a TB test,India is not one of the countries that has to have one.
We still have no news,just been told from determination date it can take 4-6 weeks for the HO to forward the decision to New Delhi and then they can take 4 weeks to contact our hubbys!!!! be funny if they are there together!!!

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Post by batleykhan » Thu Oct 23, 2008 5:49 pm

Our appeal was allowed and we received this decision on the 1st October. Our understanding is that the HO has 28 days to contest this decision, so nothing can be done in terms of actually issuing the visa before this time - does anyone know if this is correct? Any tips on doing anything that can speed up the process?
Here is the answer

APL2.1 Process for notifying POU

The Tribunal should send the determination to POU within 10 days of the hearing.

All allowed determinations are sent to POU, Angel Square and to the appellant/reps.

Specialist Appeals Team (SAT) at Angel Square have 5 days to decide, whether or not an error in law has been made and if they are going to challenge.


Go to this link for full procedure

http://www.ukvisas.gov.uk/en/ecg/aplforposts

Hope this helps

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Post by manav kumar » Thu Oct 23, 2008 6:14 pm

thank you so much.

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New Evidence appeal-->Hearing day

Post by 688148256 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 11:57 am

can one give NEW (as in fresh evidence) on the hearing day, well my pay never got paid into my bank account and now i av changed this system of my pay and get paid into my a/c. But its too late now as ECO have refused the application now. Now even if i appeal within 28 days i wont be able to proove my previous wages, as i only have payslips to proove it but actual money doesn't showup in my bank statements now the BHC wants to see wether i av even been recieving my wages or not.

So from the time of appeal to the hearing date, i will have my future wages payment paid into my a/c would this help? somebody told me that i will be able to add new evidences 5 days before the hearing date to the AIT. But a solicitor says they wont consider any new evidences brought forward after the appeal has been made.

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Post by RiFF » Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:44 am

Your solicitor is right, and i guess you have asked the same question in another thread.
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