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Hello I need your kind advice, I instructed a solicitor to submit an application to the UKBA for a extension of stay to facilitate my current studies at university however I am of the view that my instruction was not followed by the solicitors as it would appear that they had submit an application for leave to remain under Article 8, and not for an extension of stay to facilitate my studies. now the ukba had refused that application and my studies are not finish and the ukba give me no right of appeal.

my question to you is what action if any I could to take regarding this matter as it relate to the solicitor not fallowing my instructions and the fact that I am now an over stayer can I just resubmit an application with a cover letter staying the fact that the solicitor did not fallow my instructions and also in-regards XXXXX XXXXX current status what could I do to finish my studies which finish at the end of this year..
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Category: UK Immigration Law
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