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latinointheuk
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indefenetly leave to remain

Post by latinointheuk » Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:24 pm

hi all,
i aplied for leave to remain indefently under 14 years 2 months ago, today i recived all papers and form yesterday back that the fee wasnt correct(£850), that it has gone up to £900, aplication invalid, i dont why they took 2 months for this, as i paid by direct debit and it was taken out from my bank on the 2nd of february.
today i send again with the full fee of £900 as they requested....any chance to get my first fee£850 back from them?
any ideas
thanks

rajjaji
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Post by rajjaji » Thu Mar 24, 2011 11:45 pm

sorry to hear about your problem. I have no idea if you can get the moneyback or not but I dont understand how you sent wrong fee. Did you not check what the fee was.
Did you use a solicitor to help you with application if so then ask for the money from him?

Anyway goodluck in your application, I hope your wait is not as long as mine? I applied under 14 year long residence in june 2009, 21 months down the line still waiting or an answer.

xyz123
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Re: indefenetly leave to remain

Post by xyz123 » Fri Mar 25, 2011 10:13 am

latinointheuk wrote:today i send again with the full fee of £900 as they requested....any chance to get my first fee£850 back from them?
any ideas
thanks
Exactly when did you apply and what was the application fee on the day when application was received by home office?

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