yes and photocopy of ILR
What form should be submitted?
Is fresh application required for lose of ILR as with Limit time visa?
are you still here?
this is a wrong form as it should be completed if the visa still available
to transfer it to a new passport
are you an immigration lawyer?
if you read the blue box in the form you will know that its not the right one
I think the right form should be returning resident, do not you think?
so can i use that application if i had my ILR lost?
it says if i can not submit the original visa then i should submit a fresh application
read the blue box on the first page of the form please
Hi thank you for your question.
I agree with my colleague, you will need to obtain a new passport and apply for a returning residence permit to be endorsed on that passport.
If you are unclear regarding which form you require, you will need to contact the relevant British Embassy/ High commission in your home country informing them of what has occurred and ascertaining from them what documents you will be required to submit.
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Is returning resident is the right form to apply even if i can it provide the original stamp (ILR sticker) ?
What if the embassy will say you should sumbit a fresh application for settlement ?
what does law say about such a situation ?
So I do not have to submit a settelement application as If I am coming to the UK for the first time?
If returning resident form submitted and prove that I had ILR last left the UK, Is the ECO able to refuse my application as i lost my passort which had ILR on it?
As i read at UKBA website says in case of losing the visa, equivlent fresh application is required !
In my case I had ILR, Is the equivlent application the returning resident?
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