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If you apply before the visa expiry it will be in-time and you get section 3C. If you choose AR and in meantime your valid leave ends and then you apply within 14 days of an AR conclusion, your application will be out-of-time and become an overstayer.1-Will he/she be able to wait and reapply just before expiry date? 14 days to reapply wont be mentioned, i guess
Every application will be considered as long as it is not invalid2- If so ,will that application be considered second ?(my assumption is Y)
See above3- How does the AR will work in that scenario? especially if he/she reapplies second time just before expiry?Will he/she be given the chance of AR after second application
Just a minor clarification. Section 3C leave comes in only if the current leave expires before a decision is made. So, in OP's case, unlikely to be in Section 3C.
Thanks Marcmarcnath wrote: ↑Wed Apr 25, 2018 5:51 pmJust a minor clarification. Section 3C leave comes in only if the current leave expires before a decision is made. So, in OP's case, unlikely to be in Section 3C.
Effectively, if the application is refused, it continues as though there has been no such application, i.e. no impact at all. The current leave just continues.
This is something that is not very clear in the immigration rules. But it definitely goes against the spirit of the rules.
You would just fill in the table from the start date (10/10/13) and make new rows for each different hourly rate after 2/10/17. You are only going to submitting pay documents starting from Oct 2017ishfaqsangra wrote: ↑Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:23 amHi,
I would like to know how should a Table be completed for Job 1:
Initial Start Date :10/10/2013
Period to be Claimed: Start Date: 02/10/2017(after Extension)for ILR- employee has been with us since the initial start date.
Should I put 10/10/2013 and comment in brackets as Initial with no End Date.
Then start Again with a new Start Date 02/10/2017 and End Sep 18(Rate Change to £12/h)
Then again Start date of 1st August and End date to Last Claiming month , if there is no further changes in hourly rate.
Thanks, I hope query is clear to understand
In each row, the end date is the last date of a particular hourly rate.ishfaqsangra wrote: ↑Mon Oct 22, 2018 6:50 pmThanks Marc
Start date will be 10/10/2013
What will I do with end date against the above start date?
Do I need to complete all rate changes since then?
How to fill the table?
There are a lot of rate changes since Oct 2013 and my recent claiming period is from Oct17.