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Additional documents

Post by carpra » Thu Apr 10, 2008 9:55 pm

My application is already with the home office, i know from home office that my application has not yet been processed.

I have used an uplift ratio for my indian salary, now i understant that is not permitted as i am currently working in UK. Can any one advice me if i Can send additional documents(allowance slips and bank statements) and include a covering letter for the point changes. Will this be accepted by the home office

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Exchange Rate

Post by abhishekagrawal79 » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:31 am

Hi All,

I am using www.Oanda.com for exchange rate as per home office guideline document. Which should I use. Interbank rate or Typical credit card rate or Typical cash rate.

Appreciate you all for the help.

Thanks
Abhishek

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Post by urgent » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:39 am

Hi Kapoor,

Congratulations...

All the best for everyone who are waiting for their result.


kapoor@yahoo.com wrote:Guys,

Got my docs yesterday.

Date Applied:17th March with a Valid HSMP Letter
Payment Taken: 18th March
Reference Number Received: 20th March (PB2999*)
Decision : Approved, received passports (with family) on 09th Apr

Regards
indian,
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Re: Exchange Rate

Post by abhishekagrawal79 » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:57 am

Hi Urgent,

Can you please reply to my earlier query. I am using www.Oanda.com for exchange rate as per home office guideline document. Which should I use. Interbank rate or Typical credit card rate or Typical cash rate.

Appreciate you for all the help.

Thanks
Abhishek

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Re: Additional documents

Post by Tier1_Queries » Fri Apr 11, 2008 2:04 pm

Hi Carpra,

I would suggest you to go through the earlier posts that are in this thread.

I am quoting the suggestions given by Aylee and Urgent, when GobOOst wanted to send his IELTS Form. See if these suggestions help your case.

***********************
Hello Gob00st

even though the online calculator says that uk masters degree is valid , but i would call the home office and tell them that i want to fax my Ielts result , they would then probably give you the direct fax number of the case worker , my friend applied for HSMP and he was succesful in doing this, they gave him the fax number and name of his caseworker , he then faxed his ielts result to the case worker.

do this , just to be on the safe side
regards
Ayleee.

***********************************

Hi GobOOst,

U can fax it after getting the case workers fax number.
You can also send a change in circumstances form by specifying that you are submiting an extra form for English language requirement.
see the link below...
http://www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk/workin ... ancesform/

Regards,
Urgent

*************************


carpra wrote:My application is already with the home office, i know from home office that my application has not yet been processed.

I have used an uplift ratio for my indian salary, now i understant that is not permitted as i am currently working in UK. Can any one advice me if i Can send additional documents(allowance slips and bank statements) and include a covering letter for the point changes. Will this be accepted by the home office

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Re: Are Mark Sheets to be submitted Mandatory ?

Post by Tier1_Queries » Fri Apr 11, 2008 2:16 pm

Hi Shiva,

It is definitely going to help many who did not have plans to maintain
sufficient funds in the UK, that is the reason BIA has come up with this
transitional arrangements which is a welcoming note.

Best Regards,
Tier1 Queries
shivaa wrote:Hi urgent and tier1 _queries!
As you know that they(bia) made transitional arrangements especially for maintenance funds.even they themself explained that is difficult to produce in very short notice.Then is it the big deal ?please explain.
Regards,Shivaa
Tier1_Queries wrote:Hi Urgent,

Thanks for your clarification.

All the best on your application.


urgent wrote:Hi Tier1_Queries,

My answers for your queries are as follows...

Ans 1:As I know you don't need to submit your marksheets if u can submit your original degree award. Please verify that on the self assessment tool and print the output and attach with the application.

If you can get a letter from the NARIC certified that your degree is equalent UK degree, that will make the case more stronger. But i think it is not mandatory. Incase if you are submitting original degree and also a letter from the NARIC please prepare covering letter to reflect all these.( As some lazy incompetent case workers don't verify everything until unless you spoon feed them ..;-)...

Ans 2: Regarding Maintenance funds u need to be more careful, as it is one of the mandatory requirement. you are saying you withdrawn the money from your savings account and deposited in the current account...then submit all the bank statements( savings and current) with your application and explain everything in the maitenance covering letter...so that it will help the case worker to understand your case.....

As I know maintenance funds is very important if you apply EC from India and i don't think its a problem as it is in country application....but be cautious and prepare a good covering letter...

All the best,


Tier1_Queries wrote:Hello Tier1 Aspirants,

Its really nice to be here in the Immigration Board forum to share our ideas.

Ayleee.. Congrats on sucessful application of Tier1. I think you should be
one of the early birds to get Tier1 Visa. Others, wish you all the best.

I have 2 queries in my mind :

1) I could find reference to mark sheets being submited though original
degree has been sent along with the application. Are Marksheets
mandatory to be submited?

I hold a Bachelors degree and to be on the safer side i wish to submit
the letter of comparability by NARIC as well for claiming qualification points.


2) In order to show the maintenance of funds i recently took money
from an savings account (maintained in the UK) and put it in my
current account.

Now, my worry is, will there be any rejections by the visa officer stating
that there has been recently surplus influx of funds. ( I have read similar such visa rejections in another thread posted in this forum)

If this is the case, how about going forward in convincing the visa officer
about the proof of maintenance of funds.

Please Clarify.
:) :)

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Re: Additional documents

Post by Tier1 Aspirant » Fri Apr 11, 2008 4:51 pm

Hi carpra. I too am exactly in the same situation. I called up the customer care, and was told that it is OK to use the multiplier for the indian salary. BTW, who told you that we shouldn't use a multiplier, if we are not in the same country in which the earnings are made? Is that a rule for HSMP applications?
carpra wrote:My application is already with the home office, i know from home office that my application has not yet been processed.

I have used an uplift ratio for my indian salary, now i understant that is not permitted as i am currently working in UK. Can any one advice me if i Can send additional documents(allowance slips and bank statements) and include a covering letter for the point changes. Will this be accepted by the home office

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Re: Updated urgent's progress table with case worker info

Post by urgent » Fri Apr 11, 2008 6:04 pm

Gob00st wrote:Hi urgent, I just updated your table with latest available information inside this thread regarding case worker


ashraya:
======
Date Applied :6th march
Reached Home office : 8th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :18th March ( PB2988....)
Decision : Awaited (Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

asiar08
=====
Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12th march
Credit card charged: 13th March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision : Awaited (Not with Case Worker yet)

aylee:
======
Date Applied :11th march
Reached Home office : 12th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :14th March ( PB2993....)
Decision : Approved on 19th March
Passport Stamped 1st April.
Docs Recieved :3rd April

lisa_simpson
========
Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12 March
Debit card charged: 13 March
Reference Number Received: 14 March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision Received: YES!! Very Happy
Documents Received: 8th April


hsmpaspirant2007:
================
Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March
Decision Taken: 31st March
Passport stamped: 4th April
Current Status: Approved.
Documents Received: 9th April

irf_bar:
================
Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March(PB299**)
Decision : Awaited

sinspider:
=========
APPLIED: March 13th
RECD at Home Office: March 14th
Charged : 18th March
REFERENCE no: 19th March
Decision :Rejected 2nd April( Reason mentioned: Degree was in Swedish)


GobOOst:
=======
Date Applied:14th March
Payment Taken: 20th March
Reference Number Received: 25th March (PB299**)
Decision : Awaited(Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

rajiv502
======
Date Applied :19th march
Reached Home office : 20th march
Credit card charged: 25th March
Reference Number received :28th March ( PB3001....)
Decision : Awaited

getkumars:
=========
Date Applied : 25 March
Reached Home office : 26th march
Debit card charged: 27th March
Reference Number Received: 29th March
Reference Number : PB3007***
Decision : 3 rd April(As per conversation)
Documents Received: awaited

SSTier1:
=======
Posted my Tier 1 Application: 25th of March
Recieved Home office : 26th March
Debit card charged: 26th march
Reference number recieved : 29th march.
Decision : Awaited

cisman:
=======
Application Sent : 29 March 2008
Application Received : 31 March 2008
Payment Processed : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Allocated : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Received : 02 April 2008 (.....)
Decision : Awaited


urgent:
=======
Date Applied :29th march
Reached Home office : 31st march
charged: 31st March
Reference Number received :2nd April( PB3012***)
Decision : Awaited

nibbs:
====
posted- 4th April 2008
payment- 7th April 2008
reference -7th April 2008 - PB301******


fardeen:
=====
Applied: April 7th
Recd at Home Office: April 8th
Payment Processed: April 8th
Reference no:
Decision:

Regards
Gob00st
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Re: Additional documents

Post by carpra » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:21 pm

Please check kumar1981 reply in this forum.

www.spammer.com/discuss/hsmpi/8992617/

Also the rule states that the earnings band should be selected based on where you work not based on your nationality. So in my case my earnings were made in India and i work in UK.


Tier1 Aspirant wrote:Hi carpra. I too am exactly in the same situation. I called up the customer care, and was told that it is OK to use the multiplier for the indian salary. BTW, who told you that we shouldn't use a multiplier, if we are not in the same country in which the earnings are made? Is that a rule for HSMP applications?
carpra wrote:My application is already with the home office, i know from home office that my application has not yet been processed.

I have used an uplift ratio for my indian salary, now i understant that is not permitted as i am currently working in UK. Can any one advice me if i Can send additional documents(allowance slips and bank statements) and include a covering letter for the point changes. Will this be accepted by the home office

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Post by SSTier1 » Sat Apr 12, 2008 8:32 am

Hi All,

Wanted to share a good news.
Got my passports back today from BIA with the Tier1 approved.


Timelines

Posted my Tier 1 Application: 25-March-08
Recieved Home office : 26-March-08
Debit card charged: 26-March-08
Reference number recieved : 29-March-08
Decision : Approved
Visa stamped: 08-April-2008
Passports received : 12-April-2008

It was a initial Tier 1 application.

Thanks to all the members from this forum for all the helpful advice.

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Re: Updated urgent's progress table with case worker info

Post by urgent » Sat Apr 12, 2008 9:14 am

urgent wrote:
Gob00st wrote:Hi urgent, I just updated your table with latest available information inside this thread regarding case worker


ashraya:
======
Date Applied :6th march
Reached Home office : 8th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :18th March ( PB2988....)
Decision : Awaited (Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

asiar08
=====
Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12th march
Credit card charged: 13th March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision : Awaited (Not with Case Worker yet)

aylee:
======
Date Applied :11th march
Reached Home office : 12th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :14th March ( PB2993....)
Decision : Approved on 19th March
Passport Stamped 1st April.
Docs Recieved :3rd April

lisa_simpson
========
Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12 March
Debit card charged: 13 March
Reference Number Received: 14 March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision Received: YES!! Very Happy
Documents Received: 8th April


hsmpaspirant2007:
================
Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March
Decision Taken: 31st March
Passport stamped: 4th April
Current Status: Approved.
Documents Received: 9th April

irf_bar:
================
Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March(PB299**)
Decision : Awaited

sinspider:
=========
APPLIED: March 13th
RECD at Home Office: March 14th
Charged : 18th March
REFERENCE no: 19th March
Decision :Rejected 2nd April( Reason mentioned: Degree was in Swedish)


GobOOst:
=======
Date Applied:14th March
Payment Taken: 20th March
Reference Number Received: 25th March (PB299**)
Decision : Awaited(Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

rajiv502
======
Date Applied :19th march
Reached Home office : 20th march
Credit card charged: 25th March
Reference Number received :28th March ( PB3001....)
Decision : Awaited

SSTier1:
=======
Posted my Tier 1 Application: 25-March-08
Recieved Home office : 26-March-08
Debit card charged: 26-March-08
Reference number recieved : 29-March-08
Decision : Approved
Visa stamped: 08-April-2008
Passports received : 12-April-2008


getkumars:
=========
Date Applied : 25 March
Reached Home office : 26th march
Debit card charged: 27th March
Reference Number Received: 29th March
Reference Number : PB3007***
Decision : 3 rd April(As per conversation)
Documents Received: awaited


cisman:
=======
Application Sent : 29 March 2008
Application Received : 31 March 2008
Payment Processed : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Allocated : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Received : 02 April 2008 (.....)
Decision : Awaited


urgent:
=======
Date Applied :29th march
Reached Home office : 31st march
charged: 31st March
Reference Number received :2nd April( PB3012***)
Decision : Awaited

nibbs:
====
posted- 4th April 2008
payment- 7th April 2008
reference -7th April 2008 - PB301******


fardeen:
=====
Applied: April 7th
Recd at Home Office: April 8th
Payment Processed: April 8th
Reference no:
Decision:

Regards
Gob00st
indian,
Loves people and loves the planet

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Post by urgent » Sat Apr 12, 2008 10:11 am

Dear SSTier1,

Today is your day....
Congratulations and all the best for your future...

I wish all the best for all who waiting for their response, including me :-)



SSTier1 wrote:Hi All,

Wanted to share a good news.
Got my passports back today from BIA with the Tier1 approved.


Timelines

Posted my Tier 1 Application: 25-March-08
Recieved Home office : 26-March-08
Debit card charged: 26-March-08
Reference number recieved : 29-March-08
Decision : Approved
Visa stamped: 08-April-2008
Passports received : 12-April-2008

It was a initial Tier 1 application.

Thanks to all the members from this forum for all the helpful advice.
indian,
Loves people and loves the planet

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Post by nauyf » Sun Apr 13, 2008 8:20 pm

Congratulations to everyone who have already been approved!!!!!

I have some enquiries here:

If my previous earing in previous 12 months is less than 16,000 and I don't want to claim any points in this section, do I still have to prepare documents, e.g. payslip, bank statement etc.?

I am a student, in this case do I need a letter to prove this for the previous earning section?

May I just leave the whole area blank and without any supportive document?

Thanks

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Post by th » Sun Apr 13, 2008 8:42 pm

Sounds like you are the lucky one who is 27-year old or younger with a UK PhD. If you have 75 points then I don't think you need to necessarily claim points from the salary section. However you may want to make sure you have the required maintenance proof for the 10 points, even though without proving your salary.

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How to receive documents back

Post by Raja2 » Sun Apr 13, 2008 9:19 pm

Hello,

I have recently joined the forum. This forum is very informative. I have applied for Tier1 on Mar 19 and waiting for decision on my application.

Would anyone of you tell me that how to receive the documents from Home Office. I have forgot to send the self addressed cover which applied for.

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Re: How to receive documents back

Post by urgent » Sun Apr 13, 2008 10:29 pm

Raja2 wrote:Hello,

I have recently joined the forum. This forum is very informative. I have applied for Tier1 on Mar 19 and waiting for decision on my application.

Would anyone of you tell me that how to receive the documents from Home Office. I have forgot to send the self addressed cover which applied for.
Hi Raja,

Once its is approved the Home office will send it by recorded delivery....u don't need to send any pre paid envelop.

So, just wait for your documents...u may also call home office for any status..
indian,
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Post by urgent » Sun Apr 13, 2008 10:31 pm

If you are not claiming points for any category including earnings....then u don't need to produce any proof...that means u don't need pay slips....bank statements...if you are not claiming points for earnings

nauyf wrote:Congratulations to everyone who have already been approved!!!!!

I have some enquiries here:

If my previous earing in previous 12 months is less than 16,000 and I don't want to claim any points in this section, do I still have to prepare documents, e.g. payslip, bank statement etc.?

I am a student, in this case do I need a letter to prove this for the previous earning section?

May I just leave the whole area blank and without any supportive document?

Thanks
indian,
Loves people and loves the planet

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Re: Additional documents

Post by Tier1 Aspirant » Mon Apr 14, 2008 8:41 am

1. Is this rule for HSMP applications also applicable to Tier 1 Apps? Remember we don't have any bands or stuff like that in Tier 1.

2. What can we, at the moment, do to rectify this mistake in our app? I was clearly told by the customer care that we can't change the points claimed in any section, after the app has been submitted.

3. What date did you submit your app? Pls keep the forum updated with the updates.
Thanks..
carpra wrote:Please check kumar1981 reply in this forum.

www.spammer.com/discuss/hsmpi/8992617/

Also the rule states that the earnings band should be selected based on where you work not based on your nationality. So in my case my earnings were made in India and i work in UK.


Tier1 Aspirant wrote:Hi carpra. I too am exactly in the same situation. I called up the customer care, and was told that it is OK to use the multiplier for the indian salary. BTW, who told you that we shouldn't use a multiplier, if we are not in the same country in which the earnings are made? Is that a rule for HSMP applications?
carpra wrote:My application is already with the home office, i know from home office that my application has not yet been processed.

I have used an uplift ratio for my indian salary, now i understant that is not permitted as i am currently working in UK. Can any one advice me if i Can send additional documents(allowance slips and bank statements) and include a covering letter for the point changes. Will this be accepted by the home office

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Post by ashraya » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:11 am

Just spoke to HO to Ask for my status. The Person on the phone took my details (Reference Number, Name, and DOB) and checked on it. Initially, She said that they do not provide status checks for Tier-1 applications. I inisisted saying that I have a requirement to travel later this month, and I would like to understand if I need to send out an Urgent treatment form or not. After that, she put me on hold, and checked. She told me that its nearly been done, and will be despatched today or tomorrow, but would not tell me if the case was approved or not, as they are not supposed to inform the same over the phone.

I have half a feeling its been rejected, since on approval they did give out status to HSMPAspirant before.

Well, Guys, just keeping this thread updated.

Regards,
Ashraya

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Post by Gob00st » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:40 am

Hi Ashraya:

Don't worry, Bro, your case must have been approved and stamped already, otherwise it will not take that long for a simple rejection. Just waiting for the good news from you .

Regards,
Gob00st
ashraya wrote:Just spoke to HO to Ask for my status. The Person on the phone took my details (Reference Number, Name, and DOB) and checked on it. Initially, She said that they do not provide status checks for Tier-1 applications. I inisisted saying that I have a requirement to travel later this month, and I would like to understand if I need to send out an Urgent treatment form or not. After that, she put me on hold, and checked. She told me that its nearly been done, and will be despatched today or tomorrow, but would not tell me if the case was approved or not, as they are not supposed to inform the same over the phone.

I have half a feeling its been rejected, since on approval they did give out status to HSMPAspirant before.

Well, Guys, just keeping this thread updated.

Regards,
Ashraya

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Tier 1 Dependant

Post by carpra » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:47 am

Hi

I am in work permit now and i have a question on the dependant visa.

My spouse is in India and has a valid dependant visa issued for my work permit. I have applied for Tier 1 her in UK and awaiting the approval.

My question here is if my wife travels to Uk on the dependant visa issues for my work permit, can she successfully change to Tier 1 dependant after coming into UK ?

Another question When the dependant visa is issued for 12 months and if the base work permit is cancelled to revoked, what is the status of the dependant visa ? Does it become invalid as well?

Please advise me

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Tier 1 Dependant

Post by carpra » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:47 am

Hi

I am in work permit now and i have a question on the dependant visa.

My spouse is in India and has a valid dependant visa issued for my work permit. I have applied for Tier 1 her in UK and awaiting the approval.

My question here is if my wife travels to Uk on the dependant visa issues for my work permit, can she successfully change to Tier 1 dependant after coming into UK ?

Another question When the dependant visa is issued for 12 months and if the base work permit is cancelled to revoked, what is the status of the dependant visa ? Does it become invalid as well?

Please advise me

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Re: Updated urgent's progress table with case worker info

Post by sidshekhar » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:55 am

Applied: 11th April
Received: 14th April
Payment Taken:
Reference Number:
Decision:
Documents Received:

Applied in the UK. Work Permit to Tier1


urgent wrote:
Gob00st wrote:Hi urgent, I just updated your table with latest available information inside this thread regarding case worker


ashraya:
======
Date Applied :6th march
Reached Home office : 8th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :18th March ( PB2988....)
Decision : Awaited (Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

asiar08
=====
Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12th march
Credit card charged: 13th March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision : Awaited (Not with Case Worker yet)

aylee:
======
Date Applied :11th march
Reached Home office : 12th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :14th March ( PB2993....)
Decision : Approved on 19th March
Passport Stamped 1st April.
Docs Recieved :3rd April

lisa_simpson
========
Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12 March
Debit card charged: 13 March
Reference Number Received: 14 March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision Received: YES!! Very Happy
Documents Received: 8th April


hsmpaspirant2007:
================
Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March
Decision Taken: 31st March
Passport stamped: 4th April
Current Status: Approved.
Documents Received: 9th April

irf_bar:
================
Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March(PB299**)
Decision : Awaited

sinspider:
=========
APPLIED: March 13th
RECD at Home Office: March 14th
Charged : 18th March
REFERENCE no: 19th March
Decision :Rejected 2nd April( Reason mentioned: Degree was in Swedish)


GobOOst:
=======
Date Applied:14th March
Payment Taken: 20th March
Reference Number Received: 25th March (PB299**)
Decision : Awaited(Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

rajiv502
======
Date Applied :19th march
Reached Home office : 20th march
Credit card charged: 25th March
Reference Number received :28th March ( PB3001....)
Decision : Awaited

getkumars:
=========
Date Applied : 25 March
Reached Home office : 26th march
Debit card charged: 27th March
Reference Number Received: 29th March
Reference Number : PB3007***
Decision : 3 rd April(As per conversation)
Documents Received: awaited

SSTier1:
=======
Posted my Tier 1 Application: 25th of March
Recieved Home office : 26th March
Debit card charged: 26th march
Reference number recieved : 29th march.
Decision : Awaited

cisman:
=======
Application Sent : 29 March 2008
Application Received : 31 March 2008
Payment Processed : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Allocated : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Received : 02 April 2008 (.....)
Decision : Awaited


urgent:
=======
Date Applied :29th march
Reached Home office : 31st march
charged: 31st March
Reference Number received :2nd April( PB3012***)
Decision : Awaited

nibbs:
====
posted- 4th April 2008
payment- 7th April 2008
reference -7th April 2008 - PB301******


fardeen:
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Applied: April 7th
Recd at Home Office: April 8th
Payment Processed: April 8th
Reference no:
Decision:

Regards
Gob00st

sidshekhar
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Posts: 41
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Re: Updated urgent's progress table with case worker info

Post by sidshekhar » Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:56 am

Applied: 11th April
Received: 14th April
Payment Taken:
Reference Number:
Decision:
Documents Received:

Applied in the UK. Work Permit to Tier1


urgent wrote:
Gob00st wrote:Hi urgent, I just updated your table with latest available information inside this thread regarding case worker


ashraya:
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Date Applied :6th march
Reached Home office : 8th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :18th March ( PB2988....)
Decision : Awaited (Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

asiar08
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Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12th march
Credit card charged: 13th March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision : Awaited (Not with Case Worker yet)

aylee:
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Date Applied :11th march
Reached Home office : 12th march
Debit charged: 13th March
Reference Number received :14th March ( PB2993....)
Decision : Approved on 19th March
Passport Stamped 1st April.
Docs Recieved :3rd April

lisa_simpson
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Date Applied : 11 March
Reached Home office : 12 March
Debit card charged: 13 March
Reference Number Received: 14 March
Reference Number : PB299***
Decision Received: YES!! Very Happy
Documents Received: 8th April


hsmpaspirant2007:
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Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March
Decision Taken: 31st March
Passport stamped: 4th April
Current Status: Approved.
Documents Received: 9th April

irf_bar:
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Date Applied:15th March
Payment Taken: 17th March
Reference Number Received: 18th March(PB299**)
Decision : Awaited

sinspider:
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APPLIED: March 13th
RECD at Home Office: March 14th
Charged : 18th March
REFERENCE no: 19th March
Decision :Rejected 2nd April( Reason mentioned: Degree was in Swedish)


GobOOst:
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Date Applied:14th March
Payment Taken: 20th March
Reference Number Received: 25th March (PB299**)
Decision : Awaited(Still with Case Worker, No Decision Yet)

rajiv502
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Date Applied :19th march
Reached Home office : 20th march
Credit card charged: 25th March
Reference Number received :28th March ( PB3001....)
Decision : Awaited

getkumars:
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Date Applied : 25 March
Reached Home office : 26th march
Debit card charged: 27th March
Reference Number Received: 29th March
Reference Number : PB3007***
Decision : 3 rd April(As per conversation)
Documents Received: awaited

SSTier1:
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Posted my Tier 1 Application: 25th of March
Recieved Home office : 26th March
Debit card charged: 26th march
Reference number recieved : 29th march.
Decision : Awaited

cisman:
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Application Sent : 29 March 2008
Application Received : 31 March 2008
Payment Processed : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Allocated : 31 March 2008
Reference no. Received : 02 April 2008 (.....)
Decision : Awaited


urgent:
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Date Applied :29th march
Reached Home office : 31st march
charged: 31st March
Reference Number received :2nd April( PB3012***)
Decision : Awaited

nibbs:
====
posted- 4th April 2008
payment- 7th April 2008
reference -7th April 2008 - PB301******


fardeen:
=====
Applied: April 7th
Recd at Home Office: April 8th
Payment Processed: April 8th
Reference no:
Decision:

Regards
Gob00st

shivaa
Member
Posts: 104
Joined: Sun Apr 06, 2008 12:31 pm

Re: Tier 1 Dependant

Post by shivaa » Mon Apr 14, 2008 12:16 pm

Hi ,
Didyou apply only for you or with your dependants?If so,
Did you send your wife's passport along with the application?
carpra wrote:Hi

I am in work permit now and i have a question on the dependant visa.

My spouse is in India and has a valid dependant visa issued for my work permit. I have applied for Tier 1 her in UK and awaiting the approval.

My question here is if my wife travels to Uk on the dependant visa issues for my work permit, can she successfully change to Tier 1 dependant after coming into UK ?

Another question When the dependant visa is issued for 12 months and if the base work permit is cancelled to revoked, what is the status of the dependant visa ? Does it become invalid as well?

Please advise me

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