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mirna
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Post by mirna » Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:48 am

thanks mshassan for ur update and about the information for the biometrics. I'd cost me around 60pounds( my kids & i)

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Post by festronaut » Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:39 pm

mirna wrote:thx festronaut, so i have still time then, it's not even 2month yet since i applied for set. What about u , what r u waiting for, The biometric or the ilr?
Done the Biometric. Waiting for ILR :)

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Post by mirna » Sat Nov 03, 2012 4:23 pm

ok gd luck

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Re: khus9201

Post by babe_khyber » Sat Nov 03, 2012 6:03 pm

doodoo2012 wrote:Hi Khus9201,

Acknowledgement letter is what I expected but nothing has come sadly. But I have read most of the time they are not sending them. It would be good to get one, at least you know they are doing something with our applications, not sat under someone's desk for months full of dust and using them as a pad for his/her coffee cup ...

I know what you mean, they finger print us and everything. It sounded daft to me when I saw it on the form. Anyway from what I understood, if you gave them details of when and where your fingers (& toes ;-) ) prints taken they should be able to use them. From my research it seems that if they don't send you biometric thingy within 6 weeks from the application sent, it means almost likely they don't need it.

I keep my fingers crossed, pray all the time and think positive. Everyone confirmed to me it is just a routine thing nothing else.

Thank you, I hope you get your positive response soon too. Good luck

I will update this thread when I get response and I hope you do the same.

I hope other readers good as yourself and put input here of where they are and what is happening.

I see alot read the thread and did not write anything, unless you have different situation to the thread subject, guys please put your input here to help others who are just waiting for answers. Remember no one will know who you are and would mind your business, all what we want input please.

Thank you again Khus 9201 for your prompted response.

:D
hi dear
i sent my application in august but still not received any acknowlegemt letter if you any information then please tell me thanks
babe_khyuber

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Re: Finger Prints for ILR after finishing LLR refugees for f

Post by babe_khyber » Sat Nov 03, 2012 6:10 pm

festronaut wrote:Hello Guys : Count me as fifth. I applied in July-2012 (Protection Route)
i am the same as you but i had applied in august 2012 till now i did not received any acknoledgement letter if you have some information please then sherinng me thn :?
babe_khyber

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ilr set protection routr

Post by babe_khyber » Sat Nov 03, 2012 6:12 pm

set protection prossicing time
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Hello Kheybar

Post by mshasan24 » Sat Nov 03, 2012 9:27 pm

hello kheibar you should not be panic bear in mind the whole process normally takes up 6 months so as long as your application has not pass that six months slot time its ok, and you have to understand UKBA are processing a millions and millions of applications every day.

when it comes how long it takes every one is different from the other one for example I have sent my application on 24th of August they have received on 28 of August and I have received the biometric enrolment on 19 October 2012 although they have sent it 12 of October, it took them one month and half you can call me a lucky person!! to get that biometric enrollment letters within one month and half but it also depends upon the person who is handling the case.

you have repeated many times about acknowledgement letter I have made a research and what I found out is from 29 of February 2012 that is the time when they (THE UKBA) have started this biometric enrollment policy UKBA have stopped sending the acknowledgement letters and I reckon the reason for the volume of applications they are receiving every week is more than them!!! on my case the first page of the biometric enrollment letter was elucidating the acknowledgement that they have received my documents.

on the other hand if you are so curious and desperate to know whether your documents are with them just you can track from the Royal Mail website http://track2.royalmail.com/portal/rm/t ... gear=track

if how ever you are not happy for their slow process you can complain by sending an email to their complaint team for this email address UKBACust1568@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
bear in mind their response may take up to 20 days.

I wish every one for good luck and I am still waiting the ILR ID card (not more A4 size sheet) kk

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Re: set protection route prpssecing time

Post by babe_khyber » Sat Nov 03, 2012 9:37 pm

mshasan24 wrote:Just you don't need to panic the whole process normally takes 6 months so as long as your application has not pass that six months time its ok, and you have to understand UKBA are processing a millions and millions of applications of every day.

when it comes how long it takes every one is different from the other one for example I have received my biometric finger prints on 19 October 2012 although they have sent it 12 of October, it took them one month and half you can call me a lucky to get that biometric enrollment letters within one month and half but it also depends upon the person who is handling the case.

you repeated many times about acknowledgement letter I have researched and what I found out is from 29 of February 2012 that is the time when they started this biometric enrollment policy UKBA stop sending the acknowledgement letters and I reckon the reason is the volume of applications they are receiving every week is more than them!!! on my case the first letter of the biometric enrollment letter was stating the acknowledgement that they have received my documents.

on the other hand if you are so curious and desperate to know whether your documents are with them just you can track from the Royal Mail website http://track2.royalmail.com/portal/rm/t ... gear=track

if how ever you are not happy for their slow process you can email their complaint team for this email UKBACust1568@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
bear in mind their response may take up to 20 days.

I wish every one for good luck and I am still waiting the ILR ID card (not more A4 size sheet) kk
hi masham
thank`s for your repliy
best wishise and good luck

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Post by mirna » Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:23 am

any update?

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set protection route acknowledgment letter

Post by babe_khyber » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:01 pm

Today i received Biometric letter dated on 03 november 12 however it mention acknowledgement as well thank you for application for settlement in the uk but they not mention the real date which is the home office received my application 2 month and 6 days ago. today I maked a apointment for saturday morning for Biometric .I dont know how long it take it moor after biometric. thank for all of board member and



Best wishes :o :D :!:
Babe khyber Date 07/11/2012

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Re: set protection route acknowledgment letter

Post by festronaut » Thu Nov 08, 2012 9:56 pm

babe_khyber wrote:Today i received Biometric letter dated on 03 november 12 however it mention acknowledgement as well thank you for application for settlement in the uk but they not mention the real date which is the home office received my application 2 month and 6 days ago. today I maked a apointment for saturday morning for Biometric .I dont know how long it take it moor after biometric. thank for all of board member and



Best wishes :o :D :!:
Babe khyber Date 07/11/2012
Good for you. On average, it takes 6-8 weeks after your biometrics. You can call yourself lucky, if u get ur ILR before this timeframe. :D

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Post by mirna » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:01 pm

do we need to make an appointment for the biometrics or just go straigth to the post office? Did not receive the letter yet but i'm just asking

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Post by babe_khyber » Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:34 am

mirna wrote:do we need to make an appointment for the biometrics or just go straigth to the post office? Did not receive the letter yet but i'm just asking
NO there is not required appionment but just in case of long queue some time if you are single then just stright away is ok before the post office clossing time should be fine but if you have family then should you consider appiontment just ask him i need oppiontment for the day when you want I hope you will be received soon

best wishes

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Post by mirna » Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:26 pm

NO there is not required appionment but just in case of long queue some time if you are single then just stright away is ok before the post office clossing time should be fine but if you have family then should you consider appiontment just ask him i need oppiontment for the day when you want I hope you will be received soon

best wishes


thank you babe kyber

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Post by babe_khyber » Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:11 pm

Hi all member
Today i have done biometrics. Could any one tell me after biometrics
how long takes more time any advice will be aprecaited.

Thanks
babe khyber

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Post by festronaut » Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:39 pm

babe_khyber wrote:Hi all member
Today i have done biometrics. Could any one tell me after biometrics
how long takes more time any advice will be aprecaited.

Thanks
babe khyber
I have already answered ur question in my previous reply based on my limited experience. This is UKBA's official guidelines for staff. Go through :)

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... e_form.pdf

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Post by babe_khyber » Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:49 pm

festronaut wrote:
babe_khyber wrote:Hi all member
Today i have done biometrics. Could any one tell me after biometrics
how long takes more time any advice will be aprecaited.

Thanks
babe khyber
I have already answered ur question in my previous reply based on my limited experience. This is UKBA's official guidelines for staff. Go through :)

http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... e_form.pdf
Thank`s

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Post by 0818688 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 12:28 am

Hi guys,
I applied on 05/11/2012 and still haven't heard from the Home office yet.! wish me luck

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Post by festronaut » Mon Nov 12, 2012 4:34 pm

0818688 wrote:Hi guys,
I applied on 05/11/2012 and still haven't heard from the Home office yet.! wish me luck
Welcome. Waiting time 6-12 weeks to get biometric and 6-12 week after getting the biometrics done. If more than 6 months, then it is with asylum case workers i.e., active review or UKBA blunder. :) keep cool

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Post by babe_khyber » Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:21 pm

hi all

I have got biometrics letter just after 8 week submited my application
in my limited knowledge I thik you will be receiving biometrics
acknowledgement middle of jan 13 if you receive early then you are
very lucky person but hope fully you will be getting ilr

Best wishes
babe khyber

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