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Hi, I have found another university acceptance for this January

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Hi, I have found another university acceptance for this January and applied for Tier 4 general visa again with supporting my application with some references from Lawyer, professors, and a letter from myself about my behavior changes. I applied for priority service when submitted my application which makes the processes to take less than usual like for normal cases it takes 3 days instead of 15 days. Now, I have been waited 14 days and got no respond but they said my application has been referred or deferred. I think it has been sent to Home Office and I would like to accelerate the process if you would be able to contact them please and try to tell them to finish my application as soon as possible because my school has been already started and I have few days to make the registration.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Actually, i would like to be helped on this issue. I have been charged the amount.


I know that you have been charged, but I can request a refund if you like?

I can give you general advice, but can't act on your behalf..

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Ok Sir. any thing will accelerate the process i would like to have.


I have a meeting now for 45 mins, I will be able to answer after this time.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.


I would like to hear the advice please.


Thanks for your patience.

Sorry for the delay, an oversight.

The priority service usually means that applciations are determined within three days.. However, it is not a guarantee because if they consider that an application is complicated then they will still take longer to consider it.

This is what has happened to your application. This is most likely because you did not submit the document that I suggested originally and so when they consider this application now they will be aware of your previous problems.

This means that they are more likely to be extra-vigilant with your application and the documentation that you have provide to explain your previous problems. If you have provided sufficient documentation then you still stand a reasonable chance.

I would not worry about it for another week or so. Chances are that they will get back to you by then. If you have not heard from them in 10 days time then I would chase them up by letter referring to the premium service that you have paid for and requesting that they expedite the application.

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