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I'm afraid that if you have left the UK without the appeal being resolved then the case will be closed and asylum will not have been granted to you. The UKBA will have noted that you are in Italy and updated their records to reflect the fact that you no longer require your asylum applicaiton to be processed.
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Have you obtained Italian Citizenship? Or have you obtained the ID card simply by virtue of the leave to remain in Italy that you have secured?
Do you still hold your passport from the country from which which you were claiming asylum?Tom
Yes, but no passport. Correct?
You should be able to apply for a visitor's visa on the basis of your Italian ID card, but you will have to explain your position and why you do not have your passport. You should also disclose your asylum applicaiton history in the UK.
You should apply directly to the UK embassy in Italy.
Given your previous complicated immigration history with the UK I would certainly not risk it, no.
That's an italian immigration issue I'm afraid and I cannot advise on it.
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