1128theboo wrote: ↑
Sat Dec 30, 2017 12:14 am
Hello, congratulations firstly on your successful application. I am new to this forum and can't find the find where to write a new post.
I have applied for FLR (FP) and received a letter with the wordings about been complex and falls under their service standards. However my main question is: I applied with an emergency travel certificate issued by my EMBASSY and not a passport. Can anyone advice if they will accept this as a travel document instead of a passport as basis of identification? Thanks.
UKVI will write to you if you have not supplied the correct identification. FLR FP guidance notes state
"Provide a valid or most recent passport, travel document or national identity card for
yourself and any dependants applying as specified in the application form, as evidence of
your identity and nationality, unless it is not available for reasons beyond your control".
So you're covered with this.
Quite normally the "complex in nature" letter usually comes with the biometric letter and any additional information. If you had no letter informing you that you do have an invalid application by not submitting the correct form of ID don't worry.