Thank you for your reply.
Can you please clarify the question:
Did your daughter apply for a Tier 4 visa?
What was the f-9 in relation to?
Yes, in the email above, I stated that she applied for the Tier 4 Student Visa. However, she submitted this request before the sponsoring university (submitted the CAS. The F-9 is the form for submitting the Visa. She realized she omitted a necessary form, so she requested a refund. What happens now? She got the CAS from the university yesterday.
If she has omitted the CAS letter she should send a covering letter enclosing the CAS letter stating that it was omitted and ask them to consider this as part of the application, this should be done as soon as possible before an caseworker can make a decision on the application.
If she does not want to do this then I would suggest you wait and see if the application has not got to a stage where they are unable to grant a refund. I would suggest a letter explaining the mistake would be more sufficient.
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