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It can be difficult to get the Home Office to re- issue new status letters if you have lost the original. I suggest that you request a subject access review of your home office file to prove that the status letter was sent to you. If the letter is on their file then you could ask that they replace it or ask that your passport is endorsed with your leave. The subject access request cost £10 and you need to provide you passport photograph, evidence of your current address and utility bill. I would try getting a copy of your file first and take it from there.
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You should contact an immigration solicitor so that they can make the subject access request for you.
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