I am not sure at the moment tfl have not gotten back to me yet . I want to know the impact of a conviction under regulation 18 of railway bye law for fare evasion.
I have been here for two and a half years. Working on a tier two visa with company sponsorship. I will need an extension of the existing visa next year . The same company will be sponsoring me
Do I need to declare this conviction in my renewal application , this will be less than a year from now ?
This was a first time offence for me of any kind , is there somwthing I can do from my end to convince them for a fine instead of prosecution?
What impact will this have on a ILR application , if I do apply this should be more than 2 years from any conviction ?
If I donot get a conviction , but reach a out of court setllement with tfl
Will this have any impact on my visa application ( similar to a conviction)
What about ILR application, citizenship application?
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