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fazhaque
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ILR successs...

Post by fazhaque » Sat May 18, 2013 11:25 am

Hi all,
Just want to share some good news with you...after 8 month of waiting finally I have received my ILR on the 17th may ( applied on 11th Sep 2012). Wish you all the best who are still waiting to receive yours.

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Re: ILR successs...

Post by Kevin24 » Sat May 18, 2013 11:29 am

fazhaque wrote:Hi all,
Just want to share some good news with you...after 8 month of waiting finally I have received my ILR on the 17th may ( applied on 11th Sep 2012). Wish you all the best who are still waiting to receive yours.
Congratulations. Enjoy your ILR. A big releif after 8 months. :D
KEVIN
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JohnM
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Post by JohnM » Sat May 18, 2013 11:30 am

8 months!?

Was it straightforward or complicated case? Why so long?

fazhaque
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Re: ILR successs...

Post by fazhaque » Sat May 18, 2013 11:38 am

Kevin24 wrote:
fazhaque wrote:Hi all,
Just want to share some good news with you...after 8 month of waiting finally I have received my ILR on the 17th may ( applied on 11th Sep 2012). Wish you all the best who are still waiting to receive yours.
Congratulations. Enjoy your ILR. A big releif after 8 months. :D
Hi Kevin,
Thanks and yes a massive releif indeed!! To be honest without the help from all the generous member in this forum it would have been a lot more difficult to cope with the stress....thanks guys

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Re: ILR successs...

Post by Kevin24 » Sat May 18, 2013 11:40 am

fazhaque wrote:
Kevin24 wrote:
fazhaque wrote:Hi all,
Just want to share some good news with you...after 8 month of waiting finally I have received my ILR on the 17th may ( applied on 11th Sep 2012). Wish you all the best who are still waiting to receive yours.
Congratulations. Enjoy your ILR. A big releif after 8 months. :D
Hi Kevin,
Thanks and yes a massive releif indeed!! To be honest without the help from all the generous member in this forum it would have been a lot more difficult to cope with the stress....thanks guys
Agree with you absolutely!! Why did it take 8 Months Mate? Under what category did you apply??
KEVIN
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fazhaque
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Post by fazhaque » Sat May 18, 2013 11:41 am

JohnM wrote:8 months!?

Was it straightforward or complicated case? Why so long?
Hi johnM,
My case was quite straightforward I would say...8 years student and 2 years Tier1 and no conviction or Gap. So not sure why it took so long for UKBA to process my case!!

fazhaque
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Re: ILR successs...

Post by fazhaque » Sat May 18, 2013 11:43 am

Kevin24 wrote:
fazhaque wrote:
Kevin24 wrote:
fazhaque wrote:Hi all,
Just want to share some good news with you...after 8 month of waiting finally I have received my ILR on the 17th may ( applied on 11th Sep 2012). Wish you all the best who are still waiting to receive yours.
Congratulations. Enjoy your ILR. A big releif after 8 months. :D
Hi Kevin,
Thanks and yes a massive releif indeed!! To be honest without the help from all the generous member in this forum it would have been a lot more difficult to cope with the stress....thanks guys
Agree with you absolutely!! Why did it take 8 Months Mate? Under what category did you apply??
Kevin,
It took so long probably because I applied under 10 years route mate.....

wordable
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Post by wordable » Sat May 18, 2013 11:57 am

Congratulations! :D :D :D 8 months? Well, mine is now 7 months + still counting. Glad to know l am not alone in this waiting business of ukba. I rejoice with you.

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Post by sheraz7 » Sat May 18, 2013 2:04 pm

good luck.
Please donot send PM. Write in open forum to facilitate others too.
REGARDS

fazhaque
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Post by fazhaque » Sat May 18, 2013 3:52 pm

wordable wrote:Congratulations! :D :D :D 8 months? Well, mine is now 7 months + still counting. Glad to know l am not alone in this waiting business of ukba. I rejoice with you.
Thanks mate and wish you good luck with your application.

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Post by maxwake » Tue May 21, 2013 8:43 pm

first of all congrats


could you please help me if you can list the things you have provided with your application

thanks

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