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Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX your answers to some other questions, but wasn't sure if you'd be able to help on matters of immigration, still worth a shot.
Please do refer me onwards, preferably to somebody you would recommend.
This answer demonstrates a serious lack of effort and understanding. So much so that it is a bad advertisement for you. You haven't bothered to look into what a form TE3 is, you haven't attempted to answer questions, a, b or c and you have provided an answer that anybody could look up on google, with a decidedly shallow search.
UKVisas, I won't be accepting your answer, but will be keeping it open for immigration solicitors to answer. UKVisas, please don't answer any more of my questions.
I realise that the amount awarded for a satisfactory answer on this question is below what is expected for immigration questions, which is why I've asked justanswer.com to raise it. Please address questions a, b and c in your answer.
I know exactly what a TE3 form is!
Perhaps you could let me know exactly what is incorrect about the advice given? I have approaching 20 years specialist experience in immigration law - this is my only area of practice on a daily basis. There is NOT lack of understanding shown and I have represented more applications with your situation than I could possibly remember - successfully.
Your response is entirely incorrect and the advice I have given is correct. If you feel advice given is incorrect then by all means say what you feel is incorrect and why.
If you feel your questions have not been answered then ask for the specific clarifications that you require. Your questions have been answered - simply not listed in the same way as asked.
For one thing you haven't answered A, B or C!
For another the TE3 form is issued by Northhampton court, but I don't know what this means. In your answer you state: "Failure to pay or get these rescinded could become a criminal matter if it goes to Court". This is incredibly unhelpful as you're implicitly asking me a question, "have you been to court". This is something I need to understand about TE3s and not something I'm in a position to answer.
I've also read a number of different points of view and UKBA guidance pages on PCNs indicating different potential answers to my problem, so a single link to one document hardly constitutes an answer. If I wanted to read more ambiguous documentation I would continue googling.
So basically your question doesn't answer the original question and is ambiguous. And what I need is a definitive answer to A, B and C.