what form do i need to transfer my right of abode visa into my new Zimbabwe passport
Province/Country relating to question : uk
I tried phoning the home office to try and make an appointment for me to transfer my right of abode visa from my old zimbabwe passport into my new zimbabwe passport,and noboby seams to have a clue what to do.they gave me another number to phone and they also dont know what to do
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If you have ILR you have to make a NTL application to the UKBA.
so what is the answer
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sorry mine is not IRL,mine is limited leave to remain,coz mine is validaty to my passport,if my passport expires,i got to get a new passport and have it transferred,which i have
sorry that does not answer my quistion.mine is issued in my passport with in the validaty of that passport.please email me,thank u.
If you have Limited Leave to Remain, you will have to apply for a TOC (Transfer of Conditions).
You will be able to find the application form and guidance notes on t he following link:
Please see above Post.
do i need to make an appointment for same day,or do i just post my documents to the home office
You can do either, it is entirely up to you. :)
how do i make an appointment with home office to sort out my TOC application on a premium charge,
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