They were unable to verify my education documents (Masters) from India.
I want to put a fresh application and put my Bacherlor in as its from the well know university in India and easy to verify.
Also my wife is 7+ month pregnant and not comfortable to take long flights. We have GP's letter to support this that she should avoid long flights in this condition.
but its not a variation of application under appeal. if i withdraw the appeal as suggested by the other expert then the variation does not apply and if you file a variation request you dont need to pay the home office fees again.
What do you suggest? shall i pay the home office fees on the new form or not
Sorry one last question. My appeal is due on 24.10.2011 so do you suggest the following
1) Prepare new application and post it by 23.10.2011
2) When shall I fax the letter to Tier 1 Tribunal for the withdrawl of appeal?
3) What shall I tick on the application form. Do you currently have an appeal which is yet to be heard? YES OR NO. Following are the options on the form
Has the date of leave, as stated in your passport, now passed?
Yes - You are not able to submit a further fresh application. However, you can, if you wish, provide additional grounds to the outstanding appeal
Its so confusing. I dont see any where on the UKBA site or Tribunal site that you can vary an original application under appeal. The following guideline published on UKBA site, clearly say you can not vary an application under appeal
However section 3C makes a clear distinction between the decision on the
application and the appeal against that decision. Once an application has been
decided it ceases to be an application and there is no longer any application to vary
under section 3C (5). So any new information will fall to be dealt with during the
course of the appeal rather than as a variation of the original application
I cant be satisfied with the answer. I believe UKBA and Tribunal are two seperate organisations. So I am sending the application for Tier 2 to UKBA or to the Tribunal?
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