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I have an appointment with my mp in mid August. Earliest I can get. Im in Leicestershire so not very far. She is allowed to rain for now on immigration bail, for about 90 days while we de ide on the next step, which I think will be the spouse visa.THO wrote: ↑Fri Jul 19, 2019 12:15 pmHi Trevor,
I tried to PM, but it said some people do not have permission to read PM, so I guess you're right, you need to be here longer.
Stay in touch through here, as would like to find out how it goes for you both.
You should make contact with your MP though, as he/ she might just be able to get to the bottom of your refusal, without the need to involve expensive solicitors, and also you can speak to him/ her about allowing your wife to remain while you sort things out.
What part of the country you in? I'm North Herts.
Not ideal, but maybe the way it is.Casa wrote: ↑Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:59 pmI wish you luck, but I still believe that your wife's right to remain in the UK ceased when she separated from her previous partner. As I mentioned before, it's not possible to switch to another spouse visa from within the UK after the previous relationship was no longer subsisting.
Being given permission to marry by the Home Office doesn't grant legal status, it simply means that they have accepted the relationship is genuine.
Probably due to the fact that she wasn't switching to a spouse visa, she was applying for further leave to remain which is a visa extension.
OK thanks I'll discuss with the solicitor Monday.Casa wrote: ↑Sat Jul 20, 2019 12:38 amProbably due to the fact that she wasn't switching to a spouse visa, she was applying for further leave to remain which is a visa extension.
FLR(FP) is an application to extend a current visa and the circumstances on which this was issued had changed. In fact, my understanding is that at the time of the application, her visa was no longer valid and hadn't been from the time she separated from her ex-partner.
Thanks for that but I do have a letter from the home office saying exactly the wordsCasa wrote: ↑Sat Jul 20, 2019 8:10 amYour wife isn't on Immigration Bail as she hasn't been detained. She is currently under a Notice of Removal which doesn't grant her legality in the UK. See the information in the link below regarding an amendment to the Home Office Removal Notice allowing an extension in the (generally) 3 month window.
https://righttoremain.org.uk/deferral-o ... ce-period/
Scroll down the page for guidance on the amendment
Also click on the link in the word 'here' when you're reading through the amendment for the full Home Office guidance.
You should start your own topic with your refusal etc questions/circumstances rather than tagging onto this one, just to avoid confusion and the topic becoming a jumble of different users posting.THO wrote: ↑Mon Jul 22, 2019 1:22 pmHi Trevor,
So pleased to hear your good news about re-application. Bit of a relief for now. I got bad news today, visa turned down because no VFA4 form and no unaudited accounts supplied. I spoke to HO help-line and confirmed I do not need VFA4, since I none of the criteria for filling out are applicable to me, i.e. I am not settled in UK, I am resident.
I also do my accounts myself since they are very simple, so I do not have an accountant, so no unaudited accounts available. So not sure if that means I am stuffed or not. My receipts are in lots of foreign languages, so would be hard / expensive for any accountant to do the retrospectively.
Why do the HO not take into account that I have never claimed one penny in dole money? Honestly, so depressed now.
But pleased for you.