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kimnjuka
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Post by kimnjuka » Mon Aug 20, 2012 4:44 pm

Mariyeh wrote:Hi guys! I have applied for SET(m) on 23rd of Feb2012 and recieved my acknowledgment on 29th of feb.
Since then i havnt heard anything from home office. I am very worried as i havnt even recieved my biometric invitation!! So confused !! Does anyone else have this problem??

Hi there is your application 10 years or excluding 10 years becoz i have seen you on the excluding 10 years/14 section as well .and be patient ur passport will arrive

Snoop
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Is there anyone to join me for Super Premium Service

Post by Snoop » Mon Aug 20, 2012 7:03 pm

Hi Guys,

Hope you are doing well.

I am thinking to apply my ILR application through Super Premium Service but doing on my own wont be possible as its matter of £6000 + Premium charges.

I am wondering to find 3 other people to share the fee. I am planning to apply around 1st or 2nd week of September 2012 or may be earlier. If any of you would like to consider it then please let me know at your earliest opportunity.

Thank you very much in advance.

Regards.

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Post by NOG » Mon Aug 20, 2012 7:30 pm

@Snoop. As I understand it, super premium cannot be used for ILR under 10 years. There was a post a while ago where someone received an email from UKBA where this was confirmed.

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Post by Chemu » Tue Aug 21, 2012 12:03 pm

Congratulations koko68 and skrskr. There is hope for March applicants. I applied on the 29th March, so hoping early September.

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YAY!!!

Post by TKay » Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:34 pm

Yay People!!!

I finally got my ILR! Thank God!!!

Just got home and saw the royal mail postcard, drove to the post office like a mad man and received a pack from home office which included a letter informing me of my ILR being approved along with my supporting documentation! What is even more impressive is that I received another postcard from a private courier company, and guess what, my biometric card was sent on the same day!

Below is my timeline and application details;

Applied 27th of March
Acknowledgement letter 31st of March
Biometric Letter received 16th of July (yes July, for those of you still complaining)
ILR letter approved on 17th of August
No Lawyer used!
Sent only passport and LITUK results.
10 year comprised of 5 years diplomatic exempt, 2 years student visa, 2 years PSW and 1 year student visa.

Now i am freeeeeeee! LOL!
Thanks to everyone on the forum, especially NOG (legend!)

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Post by NOG » Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:35 pm

Tkay. At last mate! I am glad. Congrats.

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Post by TKay » Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:38 pm

NOG wrote:Tkay. At last mate! I am glad. Congrats.
Thanks mate! at long last!! Thanks for all the messages man, yours is coming sooner than you think mate!

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Post by NOG » Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:42 pm

TKay wrote:
NOG wrote:Tkay. At last mate! I am glad. Congrats.
Thanks mate! at long last!! Thanks for all the messages man, yours is coming sooner than you think mate!
I hope you are right. There are only two places for me once this ordeal is over - A beach with some rum or a mental asylum. Must be a massive weight of the shoulders.

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Post by TKay » Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:52 pm

NOG wrote:
TKay wrote:
NOG wrote:Tkay. At last mate! I am glad. Congrats.
Thanks mate! at long last!! Thanks for all the messages man, yours is coming sooner than you think mate!
I hope you are right. There are only two places for me once this ordeal is over - A beach with some rum or a mental asylum. Must be a massive weight of the shoulders.
Mate! Words cant express the feeling! my whole ordeal has been almost a year! anyway just sitting here with a bottle of champagne on an empty belly! LOL!

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Post by Snoop » Tue Aug 21, 2012 6:24 pm

NOG wrote:@Snoop. As I understand it, super premium cannot be used for ILR under 10 years. There was a post a while ago where someone received an email from UKBA where this was confirmed.
Hi NOG,

Hope you are doing well.

Ohh..I thought in opposite way. Thanks very much making it clear. :) Cheers..

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10 year Long residence

Post by dial2all » Wed Aug 22, 2012 11:03 am

Applied my self 10 years long residence
Application by post : 20/08/12
Application received by HO :21/08/12
payment taken out : Waiting
Acknowledgement letter : Waiting
Biometric letter :waiting
biometric done : waiting
passport/bio card received : waiting

Hope for the best..............now counting 6 month waiting time.

glenrock12
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ilr

Post by glenrock12 » Wed Aug 22, 2012 2:45 pm

Good news, I got my BRP card yesterday.my lawyer informed me. Now waiting for passport



my timeline

Application sent 7 march.
Biometric done 17 April
BRP CARD APPROVED 17 AUGUST
BRP CARD RECEIVED 21 AUGUST

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Post by NOG » Wed Aug 22, 2012 3:32 pm

glenrock12 congrats.

Lets hope the good news keeps trickling in. Updated waiting spreadsheet here:

http://sdrv.ms/LpFy1N

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Post by saanju9 » Wed Aug 22, 2012 3:58 pm

Hi all


Applied my self 10 years long residence
Application by post : 15/08/12
Application received by HO :16/08/12
payment taken out : 21/08/2012
Acknowledgement letter : Waiting
Biometric letter :waiting
biometric done : waiting
passport/bio card received : waiting

kind of shocked to hear, I have to wait 6 months at least. :shock:

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Post by nickpatel2012 » Wed Aug 22, 2012 4:23 pm

Hello

why is glen rock showing both n completed as well waiting section ?
NOG wrote:glenrock12 congrats.

Lets hope the good news keeps trickling in. Updated waiting spreadsheet here:

http://sdrv.ms/LpFy1N

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Post by NOG » Wed Aug 22, 2012 5:03 pm

nickpatel2012 wrote:Hello

why is glen rock showing both n completed as well waiting section ?
NOG wrote:glenrock12 congrats.

Lets hope the good news keeps trickling in. Updated waiting spreadsheet here:

http://sdrv.ms/LpFy1N
Thanks for spotting that. Corrected.

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Post by inception » Wed Aug 22, 2012 6:30 pm

and average would be 22 weeks depends on last 20 completed application

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Pakistan

Post by flyingv26 » Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:40 pm

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Post by flyingv26 » Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:42 pm

Application sent: 6 june
Confirmation: 8 june
Biometrics: 6 August
WAITING...

Jon336
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Post by Jon336 » Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:03 am

Got my passport back yesterday. just a week after I posted it back to be stamped in Liverpool.

So that's a month since my initial rejection and just a week to six months since I made the application back on 27th February.

I am just relieved and thank God for putting this to bed. No elation or excitement, it was taken away last month.
I thank all of you here who have given me advice, I never felt alone.

I wish everybody else all the best; now I am going to start life as a settled person, Summer is gone so no holidays but happy days!!!
Always optimistic

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Post by mbnarayn » Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:38 am

Congratulations. Been following your story throughout. Like the way how you dealt with it calmly and kept us posted through out.


Jon336 wrote:Got my passport back yesterday. just a week after I posted it back to be stamped in Liverpool.

So that's a month since my initial rejection and just a week to six months since I made the application back on 27th February.

I am just relieved and thank God for putting this to bed. No elation or excitement, it was taken away last month.
I thank all of you here who have given me advice, I never felt alone.

I wish everybody else all the best; now I am going to start life as a settled person, Summer is gone so no holidays but happy days!!!

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Post by kimnjuka » Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:21 am

Jon336 wrote:Got my passport back yesterday. just a week after I posted it back to be stamped in Liverpool.

So that's a month since my initial rejection and just a week to six months since I made the application back on 27th February.

I am just relieved and thank God for putting this to bed. No elation or excitement, it was taken away last month.
I thank all of you here who have given me advice, I never felt alone.

I wish everybody else all the best; now I am going to start life as a settled person, Summer is gone so no holidays but happy days!!!

Congrats Jon, am glad u received ur passport am so happy for you boy,,ur prayerz were heard,, all the best in future u give so many people hope here..

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Post by jbm » Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:46 am

Hi All congrats everyone recived their ILR. i Applied on 26 march and hope to get it soon.

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Post by Jon336 » Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:38 pm

Thanks Kim and mbna for your prayers. I will pray for a postive result for all of you. Ta
Always optimistic

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ILR Letter Received - BMRP awaited

Post by maliimran » Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:01 pm

Applied for my wife and son for ILR based on 10 year long residence.
Both are my dependents and I was granted ILR on 10 year long residence in Dec 2011.

Wife:
Application = 29th Feb 2012
Acknowledgement = 5th March 2012
Biometric = 23rd March 2012
Documents and Letter = 23rd August (Dated 17th August) 2012
BMRP = Awaited

Son (under 12 years):
Application = 29th Feb 2012
Acknowledgement = 5th March 2012
Biometric = 20th August (dated 16th August) 2012 [this is not a typo, it was delayed for this long]
Documents returned with Wife's passport but not the passport of my son.
Letter, BMRP and Passpot = AWAITED

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