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Old Oct 4th 2023, 1:13 pm
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Hi everyone,
I will be applying for ILR later this year. My 10 years will be complete 13th November 2023 ( 1st BRP granted 13 November 2013) and current BRP expires in April 2024. Do we apply on the 16th October (28 day before 13th November) or just before April 2024 ?

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Old Oct 4th 2023, 1:51 pm
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Are you applying under the Long Residence route?
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yes under 10 years rout
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On which date did you arrive in the UK in November 2013 and when was your initial entry clearance vignette valid from?
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arrived in April 2012 under spouse visa , 1st BRP granted 13 Nov 2013
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arrived in April 2012 under spouse visa , 1st BRP granted 13 Nov 2013
Did you break your continuous residence at any time after April 2012, e.g. leave the UK for more than six months or apply for entry clearance from outside the UK?
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No ,max for 2 weeks for holiday each year
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In that case you appear to have been eligible since at least April 2022.
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I guessed about it but didn’t want to risk it and so we decided to apply this year, thank you for your help much appreciated
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Base on above can the HO refused my application for reason I didn't apply in 2022.
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Base on above can the HO refused my application for reason I didn't apply in 2022.
Not at all. You just need to apply before your current BRP expires in April.
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I filled out the application , paid money , booked time for biometrics in November , and realized that I made a mistake , Is it possible to somehow to correct it. or if I will submit new application should I paid again £2885 ?
Application did not ask me for other document ( work, bank, utility ext ) except my husband passport , my daughter passport since they are British citizens and marriage certificate that we were registered in the UK .
This is a very stressful process , please help, thanks in advance
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What mistake did you make?
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Old Oct 20th 2023, 12:14 pm
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Made application using my marriage name .
On my passport , Residence permit marriage certificate I have my maiden Name
On other documents , house , child birth certificate ,utility bills ,all bank statement , all work documents I have my husband ( marriage )name .I even have a Jury citation letter on my husband name .And in general everyone knows me here in UK by my husband ( mariage ) name .
Although in the application form I indicate my passport , number and full name as per my passport , but at the end of the application they asked me for a passport under my husband ( marriage ) name .
I uploaded all these listed and additional documents on the website .
What do you think? Will this be a problem and will my application be returned? Your opinion is very important to me !
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