how many days Fast Track Subject Access Request took to arrive???
KT316 wrote:Dear all,
A quick message to thank everyone in the forum for their help. My PEO application on 18th November was successful and have been granted ILR. I have provided some information re: my application in case it helps anyone.
1. Category: ILR - 10 Years route (3.5 yrs Student visa, 2 yrs PSW and 4.5 yrs Tier 2 (General)).
2. Number of dependents. Nil
3. Total cost. £2375
4. PEO branch. Crydon
5. Documents provided.
SET (LR) Version 03/16
Photograph x 2
Premium Service appointment confirmation
Passport x 2
current Biometric Residence Permit Card
Life in the UK Test report
original Degree Certificate from the UK
letter from employer
payslips for last three months
recent personal Bank Statements for three months
Mortgage confirmation Letter and council tax bill as address proof (to evidence long term commitment to staying in the UK)
6. Absences more than 180 days in any of the qualifying years. N/A - Max days 140 (provided breakdown and reason - holiday/work)
7. Any Additional Comments.
I had a Drink Driving offence from 2011 which I had informed in all applications since then. Although its considered 'spent' under Rehabilitation Act (been 5 years since the ban), I reported this in the ILR application.
I wasn't sure if I had made all my previous applications within the period of my visa (before end date) so I made a Fast Track Subject Access Request which provided me all the details of previous applications and when they were submitted, this was helpful. More info on it can be found on: https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... mmigration
Appointment was at 9.00. Formalities were done by 10. My application went to consideration status at 11:30 (apparently there was a delay in getting my biometric information from other agencies - probably because of the driving ban) and was approved at 12:15.
Good luck and happy to answer any questions you may have.