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Thank you for your question. If your leave is continuing under section 3C of the 1971 Immigration Act, your
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Thank you for your question. If your leave is continuing under section 3C of the 1971 Immigration Act, your previous conditions will continue, so that if you were able to work before expiry you will be allowed to continue to work. However, in your case it does seem unusual that you would have s. 3C leave since 16/1/08. I would have expected that a decision would have been made on your application for variation of leave by now.
no i am in appeal process and it is not been decided yet. i am under the impression that i have right to work until appeals are exhausted.
If you are in the appeal process they (the UKBA) would have made a decision on your variation application and if you appealed against that decision in-time you would have section 3D leave not s. 3C leave. But yes your conditions would continue such that you could still work unless UKBA have said to the contrary.
does this matter that my work permit was expired on 16 January 2008. 3c leave was granted by the high court on a JR applicaiton. then home office rejected my application which high court ask them to consider. then i appealed against the decision.
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