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San_798
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Requesting a sample covering letter for ILR under HSMP JRNov

Post by San_798 » Mon Jun 06, 2011 3:12 pm

Hi all the members,

Can I request you to help me to prepare the covering letter for my ILR application under HSMP JR pre Nov 2006?

Can anybody share there format with me?

I will be highly obliged if anybody can help me with above.

Thanks in advance for help, support and information.

Best Regards
San

geekhatri
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Post by geekhatri » Mon Jun 06, 2011 5:00 pm

salina02 wrote:
geekhatri wrote:
salina02 wrote:Hi Guys, I been asked to apply after 3 months, as I already posted saying i been out of country for 270 days with no business trips.
No fees taken and I selected HSMP JR in 3B and 10G.
hey salina,
sorry but what option u have selected in 3B
Tier 1 General or HSMP under JR.

plz let me know.

thanks
HSMP under JR
wow, it was brave option but gud thing for u was, u went PEO face to face, problem for me, i am going to send through post n don't want to risk too much...but don't what happened to administrator's as they are quiet and not guiding on points which we have raised.
also noticed that HO page is still allow to access paper version of form, which is 05/11 for those, who don'twant to pay online...

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Re: Requesting a sample covering letter for ILR under HSMP J

Post by geekhatri » Mon Jun 06, 2011 5:08 pm

[quote="San_798"]Hi all the members,

Can I request you to help me to prepare the covering letter for my ILR application under HSMP JR pre Nov 2006?

Can anybody share there format with me?

I will be highly obliged if anybody can help me with above.

Thanks in advance for help, support and information.

Best Regards

hi budy,
i am in the same boat, can u plz tell me - which form u r planning to use and which options u r going to select in section 3 and section 10.

thanks.

Son_of_Soil
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Post by Son_of_Soil » Tue Jun 07, 2011 1:48 pm

Hi
Can anyone see the SET(O) paper form? only interactive version is available.Are they updating the form or something?

Regards

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San_798
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Re: Requesting a sample covering letter for ILR under HSMP J

Post by San_798 » Wed Jun 08, 2011 8:43 am

San_798 wrote:Hi all the members,

Can I request you to help me to prepare the covering letter for my ILR application under HSMP JR pre Nov 2006?

Can anybody share there format with me?

I will be highly obliged if anybody can help me with above.

Thanks in advance for help, support and information.

Best Regards
San


HI All,

Can anybody share light on my above request please?

Thanks/Regards
San

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Re: Thanks for this! i was confused what to select too

Post by artfreak9 » Wed Jun 08, 2011 7:03 pm

Thanks !Son of Soil! for your comments! I will make sure i have as many payslips and bank statements that i can find. I think i might have 3 P60s out of the 5 yrs so i guess i can take those.

Also if i print out the payslips from the online portal (of my umbrella company) will i need to get them certified by my umbrella company? or will a letter from them stating im an employee with them suffice?

Thanks again,
Rohan...
Son_of_Soil wrote:Hi
If i was you , i would take ALL payslips and and atleast 6 months bank statements and they can take as many as they wants(normally 3 months).
According to me Documents should be:

Passport
SET (O)
Letter from Employer(may or may not be required, but good to have it)
Bank statement fot 6 months
Payslips for 6months
HSMP JR Policy document
P60s ( Should take all 5 , but i guess take as many you have)

Thanks
artfreak9 wrote:Hi Guys! thanks for this! this has cleared my doubts! I was also wondering like many on here as to which category i select. I fall under the JR rules as in pre Nov06.

So basically I dont need to give Life in the UK test, and only 3 months payslips and bankstatements should suffice..
Are there any other documents that you would recommend that i carry along...
So far I am thinking:

1) Passport
2) Application form SET(O)
3) 3 Months Bank statements (or do I need the last 12 months?)
4) 3 months payslips (I will have print outs from my umbrella company - as I have been working as a Freelancer for last 12 months)
5) P60 from umbrella company (Do I need previous P60s?)
6) Letters from umbrella company and recruitment agents company

If I may have missed out anything could anyone please point out..
It would be very helpful...

Thanks a lot,
Rohan...

San_798
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Re: Requesting a sample covering letter for ILR under HSMP J

Post by San_798 » Thu Jun 09, 2011 3:28 pm

San_798 wrote:
San_798 wrote:Hi all the members,

Can I request you to help me to prepare the covering letter for my ILR application under HSMP JR pre Nov 2006?

Can anybody share there format with me?

I will be highly obliged if anybody can help me with above.

Thanks in advance for help, support and information.

Best Regards
San


HI All,

Can anybody share light on my above request please?

Thanks/Regards
San

Hi Seniors,

Any body please help me out here. I only need simple format of covering letter.

Thanks
San

jerryyang
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Re: Requesting a sample covering letter for ILR under HSMP J

Post by jerryyang » Thu Jun 09, 2011 5:09 pm

Hi San,
Any lucky? I am in the same board.
Can anybody share his covering letter with us? Many thanks!
San_798 wrote:Hi all the members,

Can I request you to help me to prepare the covering letter for my ILR application under HSMP JR pre Nov 2006?

Can anybody share there format with me?

I will be highly obliged if anybody can help me with above.

Thanks in advance for help, support and information.

Best Regards
San

geekhatri
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Re: Requesting a sample covering letter for ILR under HSMP J

Post by geekhatri » Sat Jun 11, 2011 7:29 am

jerryyang wrote:Hi all,
I have booked an appointment in next month and now preparing the doucments.
I got my HSMP visa in Aug 2006, but now I canot find the inital HSMP approval letter now. some body mentioned they put this doucment in their document list and submit to caseworker, but my question is does this have to? I canot find that letter now. Can I use my VIASA as the evidence to prove I got HSMP beforre Nov 2006?
Thanks in advance.
was easy to book an appointment????
And is it any kind of risk tosend the application through post, rather then paying extra£500..

I am really concern now, as i was thinking tosend the application through post.

San_798
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Re: Requesting a sample covering letter for ILR under HSMP J

Post by San_798 » Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:32 am

jerryyang wrote:Hi San,
Any lucky? I am in the same board.
Can anybody share his covering letter with us? Many thanks!
San_798 wrote:Hi all the members,

Can I request you to help me to prepare the covering letter for my ILR application under HSMP JR pre Nov 2006?

Can anybody share there format with me?

I will be highly obliged if anybody can help me with above.

Thanks in advance for help, support and information.

Best Regards
San

HI All,

Thanks Jerry for your comment.

Kindly anybody can share there covering letter format for my ILR application?

I hope for quick response.

Thanks/Regards,
San

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Post by geekhatri » Sun Jun 19, 2011 10:59 am

Son_of_Soil wrote:HI

It cant be true that its depends on the day and the case worker. There should be a rule/law written somewhere which should be followed. Case workers just cnt refuse dependents just because they dnt feel like issuing ILR.

Seniors/moderators
i have requested for this info many time, could you please put some light on this as for some of us this is very important..

gidoc wrote:This is a bit tricky and will depend on the day. HSMP dependent follows the status of the main applicant irrespective of duration of stay in UK.
However there have been several instances in this forum, where 2 yr stay in UK has been asked for the spouse.
Hi Guys,
I found a link, the doc's reqd for the dependant.
If u r married - HO need to see marraige certificate or civil partnership
and if you are unmarried, and including them in your application, then they need atleast last 2 yrs proof that you and ur partner are living together.
Here is the link-
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/worki ... documents/


thanks.

geekhatri
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Post by geekhatri » Mon Jun 20, 2011 7:01 am

geekhatri wrote:
Son_of_Soil wrote:HI

It cant be true that its depends on the day and the case worker. There should be a rule/law written somewhere which should be followed. Case workers just cnt refuse dependents just because they dnt feel like issuing ILR.

Seniors/moderators
i have requested for this info many time, could you please put some light on this as for some of us this is very important..

gidoc wrote:This is a bit tricky and will depend on the day. HSMP dependent follows the status of the main applicant irrespective of duration of stay in UK.
However there have been several instances in this forum, where 2 yr stay in UK has been asked for the spouse.
Hi Guys,
I found a link, the doc's reqd for the dependant.
If u r married - HO need to see marraige certificate or civil partnership
and if you are unmarried, and including them in your application, then they need atleast last 2 yrs proof that you and ur partner are living together.
Here is the link-
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/worki ... documents/


thanks.
Is it neccessary that, for dependant - the bank statement or utility bill should be in joint name, as my wife and I have bank statement for the last 2 years but not joint, we have seperate bank statment and both our statement provides the same address...
any suggestion please!!!!

thanks

Son_of_Soil
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Post by Son_of_Soil » Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:55 am

Hi Geekhatri

So for married people, they dnt have to show 2 years worth document? m i right? if i am ,so why everyone is making this a big issue . I have chcked couple of post where they were asked to provide 2 years worth document even they fall under pre nov 2006 criteria. And moreover , HO staff told me about 2 year rules when i rang them last month.

This is all very confusing.



geekhatri wrote:
Son_of_Soil wrote:HI

It cant be true that its depends on the day and the case worker. There should be a rule/law written somewhere which should be followed. Case workers just cnt refuse dependents just because they dnt feel like issuing ILR.

Seniors/moderators
i have requested for this info many time, could you please put some light on this as for some of us this is very important..

gidoc wrote:This is a bit tricky and will depend on the day. HSMP dependent follows the status of the main applicant irrespective of duration of stay in UK.
However there have been several instances in this forum, where 2 yr stay in UK has been asked for the spouse.
Hi Guys,
I found a link, the doc's reqd for the dependant.
If u r married - HO need to see marraige certificate or civil partnership
and if you are unmarried, and including them in your application, then they need atleast last 2 yrs proof that you and ur partner are living together.
Here is the link-
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/worki ... documents/


thanks.

geekhatri
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Post by geekhatri » Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:57 pm

Son_of_Soil wrote:Hi Geekhatri

So for married people, they dnt have to show 2 years worth document? m i right? if i am ,so why everyone is making this a big issue . I have chcked couple of post where they were asked to provide 2 years worth document even they fall under pre nov 2006 criteria. And moreover , HO staff told me about 2 year rules when i rang them last month.

This is all very confusing.



geekhatri wrote:
Son_of_Soil wrote:HI

Hi,
Yes, I am confused too, but as we can see from that link, if we manage to provide the last 2 yrs proof to the HO, that will be fantastic, but if not, we can challenge them...
that's what i am thinking, as I am manage to provide for almost 18 months only...let's see how it goes...

guys, please share your experience .

thanks.

It cant be true that its depends on the day and the case worker. There should be a rule/law written somewhere which should be followed. Case workers just cnt refuse dependents just because they dnt feel like issuing ILR.

Seniors/moderators
i have requested for this info many time, could you please put some light on this as for some of us this is very important..

gidoc wrote:This is a bit tricky and will depend on the day. HSMP dependent follows the status of the main applicant irrespective of duration of stay in UK.
However there have been several instances in this forum, where 2 yr stay in UK has been asked for the spouse.
Hi Guys,
I found a link, the doc's reqd for the dependant.
If u r married - HO need to see marraige certificate or civil partnership
and if you are unmarried, and including them in your application, then they need atleast last 2 yrs proof that you and ur partner are living together.
Here is the link-
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/worki ... documents/


thanks.

dba_kkk
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Post by dba_kkk » Wed Jun 22, 2011 11:58 am

Hi All,

I have gone through the entire thread
Reading some post gave me mixed suggestions and for the people who contacted HO got various answers

I am due in oct to apply for settlement

I came to UK in oct 2006 – then my visa is called (Highly Skilled migrant)
Had and extension in oct 2008 – now visa is called Tier1 (highly skilled migrant)

Reading the latest form SETO /section3/B

Has got 2 options which are relevant to me (after reading the thread)

Tier 1 (General) Migrant applying under the terms of the HSMP Forum Judicial Review Policy Document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... cialreview

Highly skilled migrant under the terms of HSMP ILR judicial review policy document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... -09-policy


As some the members suggested to select the second option and some first ï

hellog123
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Post by hellog123 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:29 pm

This is true people are giving two years cohabitation proof even if they fall under judicial review category. I contacted the home office, they said in case of JR , the two years cohabitation proof doesn't employ. So i dont know why people are still being asked to do so.
I think for any future JR ILR applicant, they should bring this notice to the caseworkers.

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Post by khalidmirza » Wed Jun 22, 2011 3:20 pm

[quote="dba_kkk"]Hi All,

I have gone through the entire thread
Reading some post gave me mixed suggestions and for the people who contacted HO got various answers

I am due in oct to apply for settlement

I came to UK in oct 2006 – then my visa is called (Highly Skilled migrant)
Had and extension in oct 2008 – now visa is called Tier1 (highly skilled migrant)

Reading the latest form SETO /section3/B

Has got 2 options which are relevant to me (after reading the thread)

Tier 1 (General) Migrant applying under the terms of the HSMP Forum Judicial Review Policy Document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... cialreview

Highly skilled migrant under the terms of HSMP ILR judicial review policy document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... -09-policy


As some the members suggested to select the second option and some first ï

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Post by rajesh_kumar01 » Thu Jun 23, 2011 10:04 am

[quote="dba_kkk"]Hi All,

I have gone through the entire thread
Reading some post gave me mixed suggestions and for the people who contacted HO got various answers

I am due in oct to apply for settlement

I came to UK in oct 2006 – then my visa is called (Highly Skilled migrant)
Had and extension in oct 2008 – now visa is called Tier1 (highly skilled migrant)

Reading the latest form SETO /section3/B

Has got 2 options which are relevant to me (after reading the thread)

Tier 1 (General) Migrant applying under the terms of the HSMP Forum Judicial Review Policy Document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... cialreview

Highly skilled migrant under the terms of HSMP ILR judicial review policy document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... -09-policy


As some the members suggested to select the second option and some first ï

geekhatri
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Post by geekhatri » Thu Jun 23, 2011 4:30 pm

[quote="rajesh_kumar01"][quote="dba_kkk"]Hi All,

I have gone through the entire thread
Reading some post gave me mixed suggestions and for the people who contacted HO got various answers

I am due in oct to apply for settlement

I came to UK in oct 2006 – then my visa is called (Highly Skilled migrant)
Had and extension in oct 2008 – now visa is called Tier1 (highly skilled migrant)

Reading the latest form SETO /section3/B

Has got 2 options which are relevant to me (after reading the thread)

Tier 1 (General) Migrant applying under the terms of the HSMP Forum Judicial Review Policy Document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... cialreview

Highly skilled migrant under the terms of HSMP ILR judicial review policy document

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... -09-policy


As some the members suggested to select the second option and some first ï

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