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Not sure where i read but i think on one of the guidance relating to paper application form in past that this question is for those especially who through the order of courts are supporting their family members such as in the matters of child custody etc.
If you will say yes then the rate of their visit visa refusal will obvisously be increased but also they can be refused if have no savings/property etc to prove their social ties with their country.
Yessecret_qa wrote: ↑Sun Feb 16, 2020 4:28 amLooking at a few more threads like immigration-for-family-members/spouse-v ... 16596.html
I now understand that the financial requirements do not apply on non-applying British Children....
I would suggest it makes no difference with the caveat that February 2020 has 29 days so they would have to apply no earlier than 02-Feb-2020. They will get an extension of 30 months anyway, plus an additional 28 days (or however many days there are remaining on the previous visa to a maximum of 28). The only way issues arise is if one entered the UK with less than 30 months remaining on the initial visa (or didn't accurately consider the remaining leave that would be added to an extension). This of course doesn't take into account the processing time for the application.
The only way issues arise is if one entered the UK with less than 30 months remaining on the initial visa (or didn't accurately consider the remaining leave that would be added to an extension).
Interesting! Thanks for letting me know about this!
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