Hi Boobin,boonbin wrote:tell you all a sad story.....
friend told me that he got a friend who applied 10 years long residence, submitted two years still not decided yet.solicitor told him that immigration has strict under 10 years long residence. which 10 years case unfortunately mixed with 14 year unlawful and asylum together. disaster, consider among of us waiting six months or more, we all might end up wait another, couple weeks, months, years. that really push me to corner and like like givng up now. will give myself a dateline wait until early of april if still not decided, fed up.
contact Freedom of information team, no direct response!
http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/c ... ication_se
Depressingly we all legal lawful stay being treated unfairly same faith like 14 years unlawful applicants and asylum seekers at the moment. any of you have very good idea and complaint matters / letter template which can share to rise concerns about our category to related department.
You might find that it helps to ask them direct statistical questions, and as long as it does not cost them over 600 pounds or something, they will answer you question.
So for example you can ask:
-what is the average processing time for 10 ILR applicants in the last 6 months.
-what is the average processing time for non-straightforward 10 year ILR applications in the last 6 months.
Under the freedom of information act, they have to asnwer questions like these.
If you word your questions clearly and concisely, i.e if they can asnwer it in a few lines, you are more likely to get what you are looking for.