Hi, Am applying for a Tier 4 Visa and I already hold Tier 2 Visa and would like to get it converted. I would like to check my immigration history how would I obtain it please?
How long usually does it takes for the Tier 4 to Tier2 Conversion if am applying from UK?
Am in the probation period at my work during apply of Tier 4 Visa Does any documents needs to be provided from Tier 2 Sponsors as they are my initial sponsor.
My Tier 2 Visa is valid till Jan 20 2014 and, I would like to have my Tier 4 Visa from Oct 2013 and for any period before Oct 2013 would my Tier 2 Visa still holds good and can I stay here?
Thanks for replying. I would like to make sure that there are no warnings issued or any kind of immigration issues on my visa history of current stay as I suppose these questions will be asked for my Tier 4 VISA application. I would like to make sure am clean and good. So please suggest how can I do that?
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX day I was under alcohol and was driven back to home by the police. Am sure I was not involved in any crime, but wanted to check if I was given any caution/warning as I do not remeber much about the things happened in detail. I understand UKBA doesn't provide this details. Is there a way I can check these records possible with local Police Station or any means of Online application etc. If I had given with warning etc would that affect my Tier 4 VISA
Am sure I was not taken to the police station and was just driven back to my home and they have blocked my card for couple of days for my safety and I have not recieved any kind of communication regarding this. Would my record be in Police and does this affects my Tier 4 VISA application.
Is it necessary to procure this details during my Tier 4 VISA apllication
Apologies for reitirating the same thing again.
I have read the document and found below
The police may issue you with a formal warning if they believe you have committed a minor offence. If a police ofﬁ cer takes your name and address this might mean they will make a formal record of the warning on a database. A police warning is only recorded locally, not on the police national computer, however this local record could remain on the database indeﬁ nitely. A warning would not normally show up on a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check, but may be disclosed on an enhanced CRB check as it asks the police about local information held on you. For more information on disclosures see the Galop fact sheet on Sexual Offences and CRB check.
Just to confirm if a Warning is issued would I have been given any paper work or is it just it will be in the record and I would have not issued any communication.
As you mentioned, I understand enhanced CRB check would reveal it
I haven't recieved any kind of paper work, I hope my application goes well.
On an average how much time it would take for my visa if am applying within the UK for Tier 4
Could you please let me know can I be able to apply for Tier 4 Visa from India by staying in UK or from Indian embassy in UK
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