I was provided an appeal form for administrative appeal.
Hi.. Sorry this took long to reply. You mean.. 12 months to reapply would refer to 12 months after date of the court sentence for suspension or 12 months after my recent application or should the appeal fail, 12 months after the appeal?
Okay thank you. :) one more. The problem is I did disclose it with a document from the traffic Police. He had indicated 'Disqualification of driving license for 6 months.' or something like that although it was just a suspension. Its alright right? So since I disclosed it, I should still appeal on grounds that it is:
1. Not considered a criminal record as per informed by the traffic police officer as well.
Should I put anything else to make my argument stronger? Such as my sole intention is to study and not drive in the UK? Would it have any impact.? Or no?
And at the time I reapply (if required) I should indicate this traffic offence again isn't it?
Hi, thank you for the response. Pardon me for my lack of understanding, but what do you mean by mitigating circumstances?
lastly, i suppose my concern would be placed under the following:
If you think that we have made an error in refusing your visa application under the points-based system, you can ask us to check our decision. This is an administrative review. The review will look at whether your claimed points were correctly assessed by the entry clearance officer.
where it is granted limited rights to appeal right?
nevertheless, i will definitely try for an appeal submission regardless.
Thank you for your help. :)
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