When to apply extension so I could go on holiday

Old Apr 24th 2022, 8:57 pm
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Default When to apply extension so I could go on holiday

Hi

Some Facts -
Visa granted - 6Nov2020 - 6 Aug2023
Entry into UK (delayed due to covid) - 17Apr2021 (delayed by 2 months 14 days)

Now I would need 2 extensions, while my daughter and son should hopefully for the 3 years routes to register as BC

I want to have a summer trip in 25 July 2023 for a week.

Option
1) $$$ but could go on holiday -- apply extension early in April, since I would need 2 extensions anyway
2) Could I avoid 2 extensions by applying as late as possible ?

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Old Apr 25th 2022, 12:20 am
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Apply after you return in early August and use standard processing. You may well get away with the one FLR(M) application.
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