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I arrived in the UK 25 March 2103, I travelled to Hungary from 23 April, returned 4 May, then travelled to Italy 18 May and returned 25 May. I have also planned to go to Amsterdam on 15 July returning 23 July and then to Colorado 16 August returning 26 August. I have then got a return ticket back to Australia on 8 September 2013.
I am concerned that this will be considered unfavourable by UK Immigration
I think that the following section from the Immigration Law may apply to me.
It is part of Section 41
(ii) intends to leave the United Kingdom at the end of the period of the visit as stated by him; and does not intend to live for extended periods in the United Kingdom through frequent or successive visits;
Thank you for that, I will try to call anyway because I will need to make a decision about my bookings as I have already paid for my airline tickets. Is there any advice as to how I should couch my query when I call? Or is there any other options that I may have?
Another query, once I get back to Australia, I will want to be coming back to the UK doing the same thing. Should I apply for a multiple entry visa, or should I apply for a family visitor visa. Are there any advantages of one over the other?
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