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doodoo2012
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Post by doodoo2012 » Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:07 pm

because I am the senior member according to "mshasan24",

my time line,

application sent 03.07.1912
1st biometric 17.10.2012. Only me.
2nd biometric 15.11.2012 Only Wife.
3rd biometric 22.11.2012 Both.
called on 15.01.2013. All I was told "Processing application, can't see any more info to tell you sorry"

family of me and wife. wife was not on first application, I got married 1 year ago.

shairee_mashriq
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Set Protection Route Applications

Post by shairee_mashriq » Sat Feb 02, 2013 11:01 am

All Sucessful Friends who have already given their time line...

My question to them will be... do they mind to tell us following information.

1. Was their refugee case accepted by the Case worker ? If no was it accepted by the Immigration Tribunal ? If No was their case accepted at higher court....


And then if we can have their time line... Because this way we will be able to assess is it faster if a case worker accepted a case in the first place....or its faster when a higher court has made a decision because the original decision was wrong.....

As it clearly says in the notes, they need time to review the case, So i am imagining the casees which took longer to decide in the first place will take longer to get a revievw for their settelment. Again each case will depend on its indivisual circumstances but it will be a rough guide for us who are waiting to hear from them how long possibly can take depending on information received and comparing it with our circumstances.

Where as our friend Doodoo2012 is concerned:

After looking into her following time line....

application sent 03.07.1912
1st biometric 17.10.2012. Only me.
2nd biometric 15.11.2012 Only Wife.
3rd biometric 22.11.2012 Both.
called on 15.01.2013. All I was told "Processing application, can't see any more info to tell you sorry"


In my personel opinion the time took by UkBa is fine as techniqually the final biometric information recorded was taken on 22.11.2012. Therefore I strongly beleive it should take end of Feb 2013 or 1st week of March. As in an average its taking rougly 3 months once you have recorded your biometric information.
The blunder made by BRP department is puting weight on unreasonable delay.
I do feel sorry but the actual result matters waiting time doesn't matter in my opinion. Its painful but according to the newspaper the other day some people have been waiting for 10 since they applied for their residence where one of the spouse is setteled person in U.K.

I hope it will help Doodoo To increase his/her patience....

Meanwhile I will like everybody else like baby _kyber , Olizo.... and etc to be patient as I am also waiting just like them.

Peterpan81
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Location: UK

Post by Peterpan81 » Sat Feb 02, 2013 12:25 pm

Sharing some info
Today received a letter from UKBA for biometric enrolment

Timeline:
Application submitted 20/12/2012
Biometric letter received 02/02/2013 dated 29/01/2013

Will be submitting it on Monday
Hi I would like to join this forum for the benefit of myself and others

Misu79
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Re: Set Protection Route Applications

Post by Misu79 » Sat Feb 02, 2013 4:59 pm

I think all is up to the government's policies and targets which are based on publics opinion about the immigration..I would say its all politically motivated.
shairee_mashriq wrote:All Sucessful Friends who have already given their time line...

My question to them will be... do they mind to tell us following information.

1. Was their refugee case accepted by the Case worker ? If no was it accepted by the Immigration Tribunal ? If No was their case accepted at higher court....


And then if we can have their time line... Because this way we will be able to assess is it faster if a case worker accepted a case in the first place....or its faster when a higher court has made a decision because the original decision was wrong.....

As it clearly says in the notes, they need time to review the case, So i am imagining the casees which took longer to decide in the first place will take longer to get a revievw for their settelment. Again each case will depend on its indivisual circumstances but it will be a rough guide for us who are waiting to hear from them how long possibly can take depending on information received and comparing it with our circumstances.

Where as our friend Doodoo2012 is concerned:

After looking into her following time line....

application sent 03.07.1912
1st biometric 17.10.2012. Only me.
2nd biometric 15.11.2012 Only Wife.
3rd biometric 22.11.2012 Both.
called on 15.01.2013. All I was told "Processing application, can't see any more info to tell you sorry"


In my personel opinion the time took by UkBa is fine as techniqually the final biometric information recorded was taken on 22.11.2012. Therefore I strongly beleive it should take end of Feb 2013 or 1st week of March. As in an average its taking rougly 3 months once you have recorded your biometric information.
The blunder made by BRP department is puting weight on unreasonable delay.
I do feel sorry but the actual result matters waiting time doesn't matter in my opinion. Its painful but according to the newspaper the other day some people have been waiting for 10 since they applied for their residence where one of the spouse is setteled person in U.K.

I hope it will help Doodoo To increase his/her patience....

Meanwhile I will like everybody else like baby _kyber , Olizo.... and etc to be patient as I am also waiting just like them.

Misu79
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UKBA IS CORRUPT

Post by Misu79 » Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:52 pm

Dear friends,

What do you think of UKBA service?

UKBA backlogs: Inspectors find thousands of new cases

Is this mean that Home office will fasten the way the applications are dealt with?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21170495

ousy2013
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Post by ousy2013 » Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:15 pm

Hi, everyone,

We received our ILR. The timeline lies below:

Applied: 20th of Sep. 2012 (last day of the valid application day)
Home Office Received: next Day
Biometric Received: 21 Nov. 2012
Biometric Enrolled 28th of Nov. 2012
Reveived ILR 31/01/2013.

We are an adult and a son. Very Happy!

shairee_mashriq
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Set Protection Route

Post by shairee_mashriq » Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:50 pm

ousy2013
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:15 pm Post subject:
Hi, everyone,

We received our ILR. The timeline lies below:

Applied: 20th of Sep. 2012 (last day of the valid application day)
Home Office Received: next Day
Biometric Received: 21 Nov. 2012
Biometric Enrolled 28th of Nov. 2012
Reveived ILR 31/01/2013.

We are an adult and a son. Very Happy!
Dear Ousy2013

Well, I think your application was the fastest, I ever found on this forum. Wish you all the best in future. and Congratulations ............
thanks for taking your time to share the time line for your application cheers.....

babe_khyber
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Location: ENGLAND UK

Re: Set Protection Route

Post by babe_khyber » Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:59 am

shairee_mashriq wrote:
ousy2013
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:15 pm Post subject:
Hi, everyone,

We received our ILR. The timeline lies below:

Applied: 20th of Sep. 2012 (last day of the valid application day)
Home Office Received: next Day
Biometric Received: 21 Nov. 2012
Biometric Enrolled 28th of Nov. 2012
Reveived ILR 31/01/2013.

We are an adult and a son. Very Happy!
Dear Ousy2013

Well, I think your application was the fastest, I ever found on this forum. Wish you all the best in future. and Congratulations ............
thanks for taking your time to share the time line for your application cheers.....

Hi OUSY2013 Cangratulation
could you share your application route Did you applied on set protection route or other route i hope you will repliy soon best wishes for the rest
babe khyber

doodoo2012
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Post by doodoo2012 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 2:09 pm

Congratulations.. all the best and cheers for sharing info.

ousy2013 wrote:Hi, everyone,

We received our ILR. The timeline lies below:

Applied: 20th of Sep. 2012 (last day of the valid application day)
Home Office Received: next Day
Biometric Received: 21 Nov. 2012
Biometric Enrolled 28th of Nov. 2012
Reveived ILR 31/01/2013.

We are an adult and a son. Very Happy!

ousy2013
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Post by ousy2013 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 7:26 pm

Thanks! shairee_mashriq, babe_khyber and doodoo2012, You will get the ILR sooner or later! I applied on set protection route on 20/09/2012. I called 3 times to chase the information before I got the ILR/BRP. All the Best!

doodoo2012
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Post by doodoo2012 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:17 pm

ousy2013 wrote:Thanks! shairee_mashriq, babe_khyber and doodoo2012, You will get the ILR sooner or later! I applied on set protection route on 20/09/2012. I called 3 times to chase the information before I got the ILR/BRP. All the Best!


What kind of information did they hand to you on the phone? All I got before the biometric nothing sent then something sent. After the biometric processing application. All them answers with no further information, all what they say, we don't know, we can't tell you more as we can not see anything else and wait.

shairee_mashriq
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set Protedction Route

Post by shairee_mashriq » Tue Feb 05, 2013 12:05 am

ousy2013
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Joined: 03 Feb 2013
Posts: 2


PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 7:26 pm Post subject: Reply with quote
Thanks! shairee_mashriq, babe_khyber and doodoo2012, You will get the ILR sooner or later! I applied on set protection route on 20/09/2012. I called 3 times to chase the information before I got the ILR/BRP. All the Best!
Can I ask you a favour, If you can explain what you mean by " I called 3 times to chase the information before I got the ILR/BRP . "

How did you chased them.... I am trying to understand and at the same time trying to establish does calling helps .........to speed up the application.....?????????????????????



We will be grateful if you can throw some light on it on the forum so everybody on the forum can get help and idea.

thanks once again........for taking your time to read this and respond.

mshasan24
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Post by mshasan24 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:13 am

Hello Shariee Mashriq

I think you are the August Club, can you share with me your timeline please, to shed some light on the question you have asked, I have sent a letter to Liverpool PC before the chrismas through my solicitor, we have requested them to let us know if they have approved my case.

on 10th of January I have received a letter from UKBA Liverpool through my solicitor and they only stated four lines on the letter quoting "our processing time is 95% within six months, please don't contact us before this time and don't make any routine contacts by phone or sending letters because that is turning our resources away, if we need any further details from you about your case one of the case holders will contact you" that was the content I have received from them

so please don't contact the UKBA before the six months time otherwise that may delay the process of your application.

after the six months you have every right to write to them asking why its taking that long.

ousy2013
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Post by ousy2013 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:26 pm

Hi, doodoo2012 and shairee_mashriq, I called 3 times, the first and second were for chasing the Biometric enrollment, I asked them whether my address had changed, the ladies later told me that my mail still unopen, not processing yet. The third time was in early Jan. 2013, the lady told me no further information, but I said: My son will have German exchange lessons, could it be possible for my application quicker?

Hoping I can help!

babe_khyber
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re ilr set protection route processing time

Post by babe_khyber » Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:17 pm

Hello friends
Any new good news from august application? today i went to my solicitor to find out what can i do i am still waiting but the solicitor said you are not allow to call them or sand a letter caz the home office said in biometrics letter processing time 6month that is why you still waiting it may be at end of feb 2013
best wishes
babe khyber
Last edited by babe_khyber on Wed Feb 06, 2013 8:40 pm, edited 1 time in total.

doodoo2012
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Re: re ilr processing time

Post by doodoo2012 » Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:00 am

Congratulations. All the best for the rest ... Thank you for sharing.

But sorry I think you are on the wrong thread. We are all refugees here non of us had tier visa neither applied through set (o). We are all applied using set (protection route)

babe_khyber wrote:
ousy2013 wrote:Hi, doodoo2012 and shairee_mashriq, I called 3 times, the first and second were for chasing the Biometric enrollment, I asked them whether my address had changed, the ladies later told me that my mail still unopen, not processing yet. The third time was in early Jan. 2013, the lady told me no further information, but I said: My son will have German exchange lessons, could it be possible for my application quicker?

Hoping I can help!

hello friend`s
Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2013 9:51 pm Post subject: ILR Granted

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Finally, some good news via my lawyer, via my MP today - ILR approved!

Complete timeline below:

Type of application: SET(O)
Type of previous residency: 5 years (Tier 1/HSMP)
Date Applied: 19/06/2012
Date of the acknowledgement letter: 21/06/2012
Payment: NOT PROCESSED
Application returned for failed payment: 08/08/12 (letter dated 03/08/12)

Date Resubmitted: 09/08/2012
Type of payment: Credit Card
Date of payment: 17/08/2012
Date of the acknowledgement letter: 17/08/2012
Biometric letter: 16/11/12 (dated 13/11/12)
Biometrics done: 17/11/12
Date of approval: unsure (approx 31st Jan)
Documents Received: 04/02/13 (received at lawyers office)
BRP Received: 05/02/13 (also received at lawyers office)

hi everyone
Is a possaible to applicant received ILR through solicitor`s or MP

best wishes for the rest
babe khyber

mshasan24
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Shaire Mashriq

Post by mshasan24 » Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:30 am

Shaire Mashriq

I am very sorry but you are on the wrong thread, this thread was the set protection route in another words those folks whom their REFUGEES or humanitarian limited leave to remain has expired and applied for ILR also knnown as again SET PROTECTION ROUTE and home office will not charge a penny for their applications its free of charge for them. it is not for the SET O applicants or any other.

Again congratulation but our cases are very different from you, again let me elucidate or define what this thread is, this thread is for only SET PROTECTION ROUTE for those whom their five years Refugees or Humanitarian status have completed and applied ILR. if your case is not for set protection please kindly search your concerned thread on this immigration board forum, and don't blend in here as every one is counting for the other person's case, please let me kindly request Shaire to delete her/his timeline here as its not concerned in this thread

I hope this will enlighten our misunderstanding

babe_khyber
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re ilr set protection route processing time

Post by babe_khyber » Wed Feb 06, 2013 8:51 pm

Hello friends Any good news from august set protection route application are there are any onee received it or still waiting like me i am nearly reach the 6 month timeline everyday i am thinking today will be my last day of waiting but no one coming my door even normal post i did not received i don`t know why
best wishes
babe khyber

Misu79
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Protection Route

Post by Misu79 » Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:55 pm

Sharing a friend's timeline,

A married couple applied 13/11/2012.

A wife received her biometric letter 03/01/13 and submitted it next day and her ILR approved on 31/01/2013. Received her biometric card on the 05/02/2013.

A husband still pending even no biometric letter received yet.

babe_khyber
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Re: Protection Route

Post by babe_khyber » Wed Feb 06, 2013 10:14 pm

Misu79 wrote:Sharing a friend's timeline,

A married couple applied 13/11/2012.

A wife received her biometric letter 03/01/13 and submitted it next day and her ILR approved on 31/01/2013. Received her biometric card on the 05/02/2013.

A husband still pending even no biometric letter received yet.

Congratulation misu79 about your wife ILR approvel and why you didn`t received biometrics did you applied at same time Who`s main applicant? you or your wife
best wishes for the rest
babe khyber

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