Thank you for quick reply. I rated you good!
Say, I proceeded with an appeal (I currently applied for 50k tier 1 entrepreneur route which was refused). Can I withdraw the appeal at any time and then apply through a different route.
Currently, I am waiting for bank letter and statements. I am worried what if I do not receive the bank documents in time for new application (28 days from refusal date).
I am only wondering if I simply submit an appeal now and withdraw the appeal once I have bank documents in hand (so that I can apply through the 200k route?)
I was been told that the bank letter for Tier 1 entrepreneur visa (confirming 200k balance) is valid for 3 months from the letter issued date and bank statements are valid for 28 days from the issue date. Is this true?
Thank you. Need a bit of clarification with the point below
1. Essentially yes you can withdraw the appeal and apply under a different route should you wish.
Is it still the case when current visa status is expired? Should I be able to apply within UK in new category within say 10 days from withdrawing the appeal? Or should I go back to my home country to apply?
One question, is it 28 days from the visa refusal dated letter or is it 28 days from the receipt date. Receipt date is black ink stamped on the letter.
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