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What were the reasons for refusal for your T1 Ent visa twice ?Dineshdina123 wrote: ↑Sat Apr 06, 2019 12:04 pmDear all,
I'm on tier 1 entrepreneur visa. My visa run out in 15th august 2019. I spoke to some lawyer the advise me to apply flr(fp) because of my previous visa history very hard in tier 1 extension. They advise me to apply for flr (fp) and change to ILR because I qualify for ILR on 24 December 2019.
My history as follows:
Visa issued on 25 December 2009 but came to UK on 20 January 2010 tier 4 student visa.
Extended student visa from 14th march 2011 to 10th October 2011.
Applied for psw on 10th October 2011 successful got psw until 28th November 2013.
Applied for tier 1 entrepreneur visa on 28th November 2013.
16 June 2014 refused appeal made on time and successful in court.
Home office again refused with same points on 12 may 2015 appeal made on time and again won in the court.
Finally visa approved on 29 June 2016 and received the bio metric on 15th august 2016 to 15th august 2019.
I complete my 10 years route on December 2019 but some lawyers say because I landed in UK within 28 days of visa issued I can apply 28 days before from the date of visa issued.
1. Is the arrival date or is the visa date for ilr?
2. What is the best option to go for flr (fp) or tier 1 extension because I get only 14 days if refused?
3. In flr (fp) if refused I get appeal right but is that safe to apply since I'm very close to 10 years route.
4. What is the best option to from August 15 2019 to 20 December 2019?
5. Will my history be a problem in ilr because I left the previous company and opened a new company after my visa issued ?
6. I didn't file much accounts as my partner did fraud in the company and left the country?
7. With the current company I'm only having 2 contracts but no office basis would be a problem?
Kindly guidance me and thanks for your help, time and effort in help others.
So genuineness is likely to be scrutinised still.Dineshdina123 wrote: ↑Sun Apr 07, 2019 12:04 amHi marcnath,
Reason for refusal twice was genuineness.
with currently I'm running company but I didn't create website and have office.
I'm also struggling to get contract and again some lawyer say they mighty reject your case on genuineness.
Because in case they regret I got only 14 days on tier 1 extension further I only get admin review with genuineness it is very hard to win CW.
On the other hand flr (fp) I get appeal rights but I'm bit concerned with flr (fp) case where they refuse in ilr.
Kindly advise how the flr (fp) works and what reason can be given.
Secondly is arrival date or the issue date of visa for 10 years ilr?
Ok. That seems tough as the business does not seem genuine if you are only trying to meet the visa requirements.Dineshdina123 wrote: ↑Mon Apr 08, 2019 4:33 amHi marcnath,
Thanks for your reply.
I'm in the processing of creating website and office I don't need one as I'm not having much contract I'm just filling the visa requirement as I need 2 employees and 50,000 pounds.
Because lawyer feel again they will reject on Guinness she said apply for flr (fp) private life say me and wife in medical condition of depression and need some time .
But when I read flr (fp) mostly refused because CW will know I'm buying time for ilr. Since I left only 4 months for ilr.
Is there any solution apart from flr (fp)?
Secondly if I manage to arrange document for tier 1 extension and vary for ilr will my ilr refuse because of Guinness?
Thirdly how early I can apply for ilr, can I apply on 24 of November 2019 or 24 of December 2019?
Your solicitor seems to be stuck in the old days. Now, you make an online application and choose your bio metric appointment as part of that. I am not sure how far away you can choose the appointment but it may be less than 2 months.Dineshdina123 wrote: ↑Fri Apr 12, 2019 6:41 amHi marcnath,
Thanks for the reply. I spoke to solicitor he is saying we fulfill the tier 1 extension requirement and apply as it will take more than 5 months for home office to process the file and also for my ilr won't be an issue as bio metric itself take 2 months for tier 1 extension since home office outsourced the process then we vary the ilr early again bio metric will take 2 months.
It is the date of application - not sure where is getting the other info from.
That is quite likely, though we are seeing some speeding up since the new systems have started - but not enough to say all applications are speeded up.
Dineshdina123 wrote: ↑Fri Apr 12, 2019 6:41 am
To to remember I qualify for 10 years ilr on 22 December 2019 and current visa run-out in 15 august 2019.
I'm also try to find tier 2 and other visa process as mentioned both are quite hard and huge money involved. Kindly let me is there any chances me pass thru ilr.
I maintain the accounts, employee and basic contract with two clients but didn't have office, website and even employee back dated to august till now.