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Thank you for your quick response. Sorry, I did not understand some part of your answer. If you can explain //This is far from unusual due to the time that the Home Office take to decide applications and to progress the appeals process.// please.
Thank you for your answer. Finally, I would like to ask you that if they refuse me and I go back to my country and come back in a different visa category within a month or so, will I still be able to apply for the indefinite leave to remain category on 10 years long residence ?
Thank you for your king answers. I would like to ask how I would be able to stay if my visa for the indefinite leave to remain is refused as you said I should not leave the UK. I can see you said earlier that there are other options but will I not become more than 28 days over stayer if the visa gets refused ?
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