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Just to confirm:
When can you expect your passports and Bio cards back from the Indian embassy?
Are you unable to ask for them back during the process?
Have you received a letter from HMRC stating that they are process your re-payment?
I have sent them an email as well as phoned them regarding returning my passport as soon as possible. BUT i have not received any replay from them over the email and over the phone they are not even responding to my query. I don't think that i will be getting my passport back with-in time. So what are the options available to me for making an application to UKBA?
I came to know yesterday that it will create a problem in my application having claimed tax credit. So i called HMRC today to make a payment. BUT they are saying that they will check our records and will reply to us if necessary. They are not going to answers or take payment over the phone. I don't think i will get answer from HMRC with-in time. what are my best options?
regarding maintenance funds
could you please let me know these points as well.
Thank you for your response.
I will try to clear my points 1 by 1..
1) When i try to apply online through UKBA website. while filling the details it actually ask "Where is your Passport / travel document". it gives the option "Child Born in UK- passport with home government". So i think i will be fine if i make online application. after completing online application they ask us to send the documents by post. please see attached image for more info.
2) thank you for your clarification on maintenance funds. i should be fine as i am making application for my dependent at the same time as main applicant.
3) HMRC have online repayment system. Please visit the following link.
if i make payment to them online and submit my bank statement to UKBA to proves that i have made a re-payment to HMRC. is this enough? as i might not receive any letter from HMRC by the time i make application to UKBA.
4) i am also not convinced about making an PEO appointments without my original passport. so this point is clear.
Now the only details i want is the HMRC thing. if you can visit the link i have provided and let me know some more details on how UKBA proceeds with this kind of application.
your time much appreciated.
further update on HMRC. I called them just now and explained that we and HMRC both made a mistake in assessing our claim. I said them that if HMRC gives me a letter or (have a email conversation) regarding making the payments back to them, then i can at least have some kind of proof for UKBA. they are saying it will not possible to send such a document within 10 day. they saying that they dont have any guidelines regarding this. so i am not sure what and how i contact HMRC regarding paying them back.
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