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I applied for ILR under 10 year route on 11/06/2012, and was refused on 19/12/12. The reason was that i was absent from the uk for 10months. I was absent for this time due to an administrative error made by uk border agency staff. apology letter from home office complaints and compensation team was attached and uk ba website states in this case a senior case worker and discretion should be used. none of this was done.
1st Tier 1 granted on 15/01/2008 waited 10 months due to uk ba error
2nd tier 1 granted 15/01/2012 expires 15/01/2013
came to uk as a student on 07/06/2002
i submitted earnings for 12 months and home office case worker refused saying i submitted earnings for 13 months. i sent an email to the complaints team and 8 months latter they got back to me saying it has been re assed by another case worker and a supervisor and the decision was overturned and tier 1 granted.
i went to nigeria after i submitted my application so as not to overstay as my working holidaymaker visa was going to expire
i went to nigeria after i submitted my application so as not to overstay as my working holidaymaker visa was going to expire.
no i did not, i read the rule stating that discretion and senior case worker should be consulted for cases like mine where the applicant has spent time outside the uk. and i attached the appology letter from complaints team granting my visa
the letter says that i have no right of appeal.
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