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Applying for ILR (LR) soon

Post by jason32 » Thu Jul 26, 2018 4:36 pm

hey guys,

This forum has always helped me in the past 10 yrs and now I need a few more questions for applying for ILR.

I am applying ILR (LR) and and theres a question in the form:

D18. Please provide the name, nationality and date of birth of any children who reside with
you in the UK. Please provide evidence of their residence with you.

I have 3 children but they are all dependents of my wife (tier 2 gen) and will be applying with her in Nov. I am applying just for myself this time. Do I have to mention the 3 kids? and what evidence could I provide to show we all live together? Can I show proof of my address from council tax letters and a letter from surgery confirming the addresses for my children?

Thanks

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Re: Applying for ILR (LR) soon

Post by jason32 » Thu Jul 26, 2018 6:50 pm

Or should I not mention the kids since they are not my dependents and they will not be applying with me? if I should mention them then whats the proof of living together? please help.

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Re: Applying for ILR (LR) soon

Post by jason32 » Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:54 pm

I have applied at least 4 times with the kids in the past 10 yrs...so do I still have to provide proof of living together? if yes then what can be used a proof of address of the kids? I have council tax letters with me and wife's names...is that enough? plus a letter from surgery confirming address of the kids?

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Proof of english test

Post by jason32 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:22 pm

Hi guys,

I got my MBA from BITE college which was affiliated with Coventry Uni so my degree is from the Uni, do I have to provide any other document other than the degree certificate for ielts exemption?

Thanks

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Re: Proof of english test

Post by CR001 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:25 pm

jason32 wrote:
Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:22 pm
Hi guys,

I got my MBA from BITE college which was affiliated with Coventry Uni so my degree is from the Uni, do I have to provide any other document other than the degree certificate for ielts exemption?

Thanks
If it is not a UK degree studied in the UK, you need UK NARIC UKVI Red Route, costs £150 (same as the B1 English test).
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Re: Proof of english test

Post by jason32 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:27 pm

Sorry forgot to mention the college was in London and obviously it was all taught in english. I believe the college has now been closed but my degree is from Coventry Uni.

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Re: Proof of english test

Post by jason32 » Thu Aug 02, 2018 5:55 pm

CR001 wrote:
Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:25 pm
jason32 wrote:
Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:22 pm
Hi guys,

I got my MBA from BITE college which was affiliated with Coventry Uni so my degree is from the Uni, do I have to provide any other document other than the degree certificate for ielts exemption?

Thanks
If it is not a UK degree studied in the UK, you need UK NARIC UKVI Red Route, costs £150 (same as the B1 English test).
Ok thanks thats sorted but please can you help with this:

D18. Please provide the name, nationality and date of birth of any children who reside with
you in the UK. Please provide evidence of their residence with you.

I have 3 children but they have dependent visas of my wife (tier 2 gen) and will be applying with her in Nov. I am applying just for myself this time. Do I have to mention the 3 kids? and what evidence could I provide to show we all live together? Can I show proof of my address for myself and my wife that shows we live together so kids are obviously with us or do I have to get letters from schools?

Please help I have my ILR LR appointment booked for first week of sept.

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Re: Proof of english test

Post by jason32 » Fri Aug 03, 2018 11:54 am

No one is replying to this, has no one filled that part of the SET LR form? Or is it not important?

Please help?

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Re: Proof of english test

Post by Zimba » Fri Aug 03, 2018 12:21 pm

Just provide their details and send the copies of the BRPs
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Re: Proof of english test

Post by jason32 » Fri Aug 03, 2018 1:12 pm

Ok thanks that would be easy.

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Date of application

Post by jason32 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:43 pm

Hey guys,

I complete my 10 yrs in end of Aug 2018, I got my LIUK certificate 25th July and booked my premium appointment on 26th July for first week of Sept.

The form I got after finishing the payment says application date 26th July, would they count this date as date of application or the actual appointment in first week of sept?

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Re: Date of application

Post by sparkyram » Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:46 pm

jason32 wrote:
Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:43 pm
Hey guys,

I complete my 10 yrs in end of Aug 2018, I got my LIUK certificate 25th July and booked my premium appointment on 26th July for first week of Sept.

The form I got after finishing the payment says application date 26th July, would they count this date as date of application or the actual appointment in first week of sept?

your actual appointment date is your date of application.

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Re: Date of application

Post by jason32 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:51 pm

The payment confirmation says application date 26th July, was just concerned because I dont qualify for ILR on 26th July but obviously yes in Sept.

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Re: Date of application

Post by Lynz1988 » Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:55 am

All of the searches -apart from one answer - says that the date of application is actually your appointment date and not the date you book your appointment/fill out the online application to book your appointment. I started to panic a little bit about this as well as my 28 days before my 5 years is Oct 21 2018 and plan to do an in-person appointment at the end of Oct (which I've read you can book 45 days prior online and is a nightmare and a half to do. In other words, I plan to book my appointment and fill in the online application the beginning of Sept). I really wish they would be consistent in their terminology as it makes it incredibly confusing for everyone

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ILR LR tax info required?

Post by jason32 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:43 am

Hey guys I am applying in the first week of sept. I know for ILR LR all I need to send is my passports but I have not worked since 2013 apart from 3 months in 2017.

I came to UK in aug 2008 on a student visa but then I was offered a job and switched to tier 2 in March 2009 and finished the job in Oct 2010. Then I did my degree and didnt work till about jan 2012 and I witches to psw and registered a business and also did a job and that job finished around June 2012 but continued the business till 2013 then closed the business. And haven’t worked since then.

So there’s missing tax info with hmrc obviously so do they check this for ILR LR applications too? If yes then can I get a document from hmrc about this?

Thanks

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Re: ILR LR tax info required?

Post by sonata » Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:08 pm

The only info you will need to give on the ILR LR form is your national insurance number. You are not asked for any letters from HMRC, but that doesn't mean your tax affairs are not checked. Indeed one of the questions I was asked at my ILR LR appointment was if I was ever self employed. If you have tax issues, best to sort them out before applying

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Re: Can I change to online application?

Post by jason32 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:28 pm

hey guys,

I booked and paid for in person application, paper application for my ILR LR, can I change that to online and still keep my appointment?

Thanks

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Re: Can I change to online application?

Post by CR001 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:19 pm

jason32 wrote:
Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:28 pm
hey guys,

I booked and paid for in person application, paper application for my ILR LR, can I change that to online and still keep my appointment?

Thanks
You cannot use the online form now if you have already booked and paid for in person appointment. You will need to use the paper form.
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Re: ILR LR tax info required?

Post by jason32 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:34 pm

ok thanks, yeah I kind of guessed it so filled it today.

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Just making sure I have it all right

Post by jason32 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 6:06 pm

hey guys,

I am applying in person for SET LR in first week of sept. I have all the docs ready, here is what I am preparing:

1. 2 photos
2. brp
3. passports
4. UK degree and transcript
5. LIUK
6. kids BRP photocopies as well as a council tax letter with both my wife and my names to show that we live together, basically for the question about the kids living with me. Even though I am applying for myself at this time. Also could send copies of our driver's licenses for proof of address maybe?

Do I need a cover letter? or is it just an unnecessary thing because all the details are already in the application form?

Do I have everything please?

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