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Tier 1 E Extension Refused - Readily Identifiable Investment

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Re: Tier 1 E Extension Refused - Readily Identifiable Investment

Post by addmein » Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:31 am

Hi, have you got the AR reply Yet.? i hope your decision should be overturned

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Re: Tier 1 E Extension Refused - Readily Identifiable Investment

Post by k_ahad » Sat Sep 02, 2017 1:03 am

Dear All,

The decision was overturned and we received our Visa last Friday. I updated the post but for some reason it didn't get updated.

Big relief and also good news for other Applicants. All the best to all still awaiting decision.

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Re: Tier 1 E Extension Refused - Readily Identifiable Investment

Post by marcnath » Sat Sep 02, 2017 7:25 am

k_ahad wrote:
Sat Sep 02, 2017 1:03 am
Dear All,

The decision was overturned and we received our Visa last Friday. I updated the post but for some reason it didn't get updated.

Big relief and also good news for other Applicants. All the best to all still awaiting decision.
Congratulations - glad it worked out even if you had to go through some unnecessary trouble and stress
My comments are in no way meant to be advisory. I have no professional knowledge of immigration. These are based on my own experience, convictions and personal interpretation of publicly available information.

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Re: Tier 1 E Extension Refused - Readily Identifiable Investment

Post by zamaha » Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:19 am

k_ahad wrote:
Sat Sep 02, 2017 1:03 am
Dear All,

The decision was overturned and we received our Visa last Friday. I updated the post but for some reason it didn't get updated.

Big relief and also good news for other Applicants. All the best to all still awaiting decision.
Congratulation. It is a big relief.
Could you plz share your argument in AR in case we have to go through the same?
Thanks and congrats again.

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Re: Tier 1 E Extension Refused - Readily Identifiable Investment

Post by Atif786 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 12:42 pm

Congurates !!! Great news
Atif

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Re: Tier 1 E Extension Refused - Readily Identifiable Investment

Post by k_ahad » Sun Sep 03, 2017 7:19 pm

Thank You Marc, Atif and Zamaha...

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My whole application and AR was done through a solicitor, hence I am unable to share the entire AR. Though for guidance here is the main Argument. Also every AR would be different as it has to relate the reasons provided in the refusal letter. In case anyone comes across similar situation please don't use the following information. It's intended to give an idea what worked in my case. Hope you all won't have to go through this ordeal.

" The caseworker applied the rules incorrectly regarding the applicant's investment into ………..Company Name . We are most certain that the caseworker has completely overlooked the evidence provided, which consisted of:
- Company bank Accounts (Details here …………………………) showing a transaction on Date …………………… for ……………….. to account number ……………….
- Personal Bank Account of the applicant (account number…………..) with a highlighted incoming payment of …………….. on 10 February 2014 from account n. ……………
- A letter from Barclays confirming that the applicant is the sole signatory and account holder of account no……………….
- The investment by way of director’s loan has, therefore, been shown in the appropriate manner and in accordance with the rules.
2. The caseworker refused the application by saying that the investment does not fall under the definition of “readily identifiable transactions” in its simplest sense is because he or she did not look at the supporting evidence. No other explanation can be found at this point given the supporting documents submitted with the application. We note that the refusal letter states that business bank statements have been provided, but fails to mention that personal statements were provided as well, and they have been mentioned in both the body of the representations as well as the index at the end of the same.
3. We request the Secretary of State to consider the facts and provide clarity regarding the matter and apply the rules correctly"

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