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  1. Я все-таки наверное открою тему "Анализ ошибок", или просто буду добавлять описание наиболее часто встречающихся ошибок в мой тред Пока лидируют следующе типы ошибок заявителей, приведших к отказам: - "Я попробовал подать сам опираясь на советы форума, Маши, Паши и т.п. Мне отказали..". - "Мой муж сказал, что не надо обращаться к Вам и что мы все сами сделаем. Но нам почему-то все же отказали". - "Я к Вам обращалась раньше после отказа. Вы помогли мне, я получила визу. Но в этот раз решила сама все сделать и вот получила отказ" - "Я нашла эту фирму в интернете/по рекомендации. Мне не нравилось как они все делали и я был не согласен с их действиями. Но я постеснялся что-то сказать. Я не мог неделями дозвониться до своего юриста. В итоге мы получили отказ. Что можно теперь сделать ?" И т.п.
  2. >>> Coronavirus (COVID-19): advice for UK visa applicants and temporary UK residents: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavi..._content=daily Updated exceptional assurance visa expiry dates to 1 January 2021 and 28 February 2021. Updated content under ‘If you intend to stay in the UK’ section: "If you decide to stay in the UK, you should apply for the necessary permission to stay to regularise your stay. You’ll be able to submit an application form from within the UK, whereas you would usually need to apply for a visa from your home country. You’ll need to meet the requirements of the route you’re applying for and pay the UK application fee. The terms of your permission will remain the same until your application is decided. If you are switching into work or study routes you may be able to commence work or study whilst your application is under consideration, depending on the terms of your current permission. You are also able to apply for leave to remain to regularise your stay if you have been issued with ‘exceptional assurance’. You must submit your application before the expiry of your ‘exceptional assurance’."
  3. 23 January 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145023 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> Coronavirus (COVID-19): advice for UK visa applicants and temporary UK residents: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-advice-for-uk-visa-applicants-and-temporary-uk-residents?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=5dd1eccb-71c6-4194-b4b4-2ef3aef3d22f&utm_content=daily Updated exceptional assurance visa expiry dates to 1 January 2021 and 28 February 2021. Updated content under ‘If you intend to stay in the UK’ section: "If you decide to stay in the UK, you should apply for the necessary permission to stay to regularise your stay. You’ll be able to submit an application form from within the UK, whereas you would usually need to apply for a visa from your home country. You’ll need to meet the requirements of the route you’re applying for and pay the UK application fee. The terms of your permission will remain the same until your application is decided. If you are switching into work or study routes you may be able to commence work or study whilst your application is under consideration, depending on the terms of your current permission. You are also able to apply for leave to remain to regularise your stay if you have been issued with ‘exceptional assurance’. You must submit your application before the expiry of your ‘exceptional assurance’." >>> 3C and 3D leave Immigration staff guidance on how to prevent an individual from becoming an overstayer while they are awaiting or appealing a decision: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/3c-and-3d-leave?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=687bbb87-7e80-402e-8bc6-c851d1237f98&utm_content=daily The guidance has been amended to reflect caselaw that where a decision is withdrawn section 3C resurrects from the time the decision is withdrawn. Where an out of time appeal or administrative review application is accepted section 3C resurrects from the time the decision to admit the out of time appeal or administrative review is made. >>> EU Settlement Scheme caseworker guidance: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/eu-settlement-scheme-caseworker-guidance?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=a7a68fca-8810-4b1c-a0de-d2bc104fb293&utm_content=daily Updated EU Settlement Scheme: EU, other EEA and Swiss citizens and their family members with amendments to appendix EU made in statement of changes in immigration rules: HC 813, laid on 22 October 2020. >>> Global Talent caseworker guidance: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/global-talent-appendix-w-workers?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=3ed14d10-b08f-4f45-89a4-44ef947837c7&utm_content=daily Simplified stage 2 application form guidance in key facts, updated Isle of Man guidance, and redirected hyperlinks to appropriate government guidance. >> Points-based system: evidential flexibility: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/points-based-system-evidential-flexibility?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=28342015-69f7-409e-9a37-492d45f36c34&utm_content=daily Changes made to reflect the Immigration Rules made in October 2020. >>> Immigration Skills Charge process guidance: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/immigration-skills-charge-process-guidance?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=522d6e14-5190-4614-947f-83aee064f15c&utm_content=daily Updated guidance on who is exempt from paying the immigration skills charge, priority visa details and the ISC refund process. >> Criminal investigation: sham marriage: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/criminal-investigation-sham-marriage?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=30e98ae9-8294-42fe-ac0d-da5922c0e77d&utm_content=daily Revised to include up-to-date definition of sham marriage, update of links to legislation and guidance.
  4. 23 January 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145023 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> When can an immigration decision involving human rights be appealed? https://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKUT/IAC/2020/377.html The distinction between a “claim” and an “application” was at the heart of the Upper Tribunal’s recent decision in Yerokun (Refusal of claim; Mujahid) Nigeria [2020] UKUT 377 (IAC). Mr Yerokun made an application for permission to remain in the UK based on his human right to private and family life. This application was refused, but he was granted leave “outside the Immigration Rules” for a period of six months. Since his human rights application for a longer stay had been refused, he appealed. In 2018, the First-tier Tribunal agreed that he had a right of appeal against the refusal and proceeded to allow his appeal. The Upper Tribunal has now reversed that decision on the basis that there is no right to appeal against the refusal of a human rights application, only against refusal of a human rights claim. What’s the difference? Section 82(1) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 provides: "A person (“P”) may appeal to the Tribunal where— (a) the Secretary of State has decided to refuse a protection claim made by P, (b) the Secretary of State has decided to refuse a human rights claim made by P, or (c) the Secretary of State has decided to revoke P’s protection status." It was not disputed that Mr Yerokun had made a human rights claim (i.e. a claim that removing him from the UK would breach his human rights). But that claim was not refused. It was accepted: he was granted permission to remain in the UK for six months. It was the application to stay for a longer period which was refused. As such, there was no right of appeal: "A person who makes an application by reference to a claim seeks some particular benefit arising from the circumstances of his case. The decision-maker may recognise the circumstances but be disinclined to grant the particular benefit sought. There is nothing contradictory, therefore, in refusing the application while recognising (and so not refusing) the claim. The statute provides a right of appeal against refusals of claims… but it says nothing about a right of appeal against the refusal of an application. [Paragraph 12] " This conclusion was reinforced by the fact that, under section 104(4B) of the 2002 Act, an appeal must be treated as abandoned if the appellant is granted permission whilst his appeal is pending: "The effect of this is that if a person’s human rights claim is refused, and he appeals, the grant of a period of leave, however short, brings his appeal to an end. It is inconceivable that there was intended to be a right of appeal where the same grant was made before the appeal could be launched. [11] " A similar issue arose in Mujahid [2020] UKUT 85 (IAC) which involved the Home Office refusing an application for indefinite leave to remain (a permanent visa) but granting limited leave (a temporary visa). There was also no right of appeal in that case. The only way to challenge such a refusal is the much more restrictive and expensive judicial review process. The official headnote The reasons given by the President in R (Mujahid) v First-tier Tribunal and SSHD [2020] UKUT 85 (IAC) are reinforced by two further factors: (1) Under s 104(4A) a human rights appeal is deemed to be abandoned if a period of leave, however short, is granted after the appeal is brought. It is inconceivable that it was intended that a refusal of an application accompanied by a grant of leave was intended to generate a right of appeal. (2) There is an inherent difference between an application and a claim and the refusal of the one does not imply or entail the refusal of the other, even where the application includes a claim.
  5. Очень жаль потерянных Вами £1330 из за отказа...Сочувствую. Было много изменений в Правилах. О проблемах со старыми тестами я писал ранее. Перед тем, как снова платить £1330, нужно точно разобраться в причинах отказа. Были случаи, когда я подключался и мы подавали на пересмотр, и клиент все-таки получал гражданство без переподачи. Нужно разбираться. Я, как всегда, здесь для детальной консультации: https://legalcentre.org/Konsultacija-s-Advokatom.html
  6. Только что обсудили по телефону.
  7. Приветствую. Может быть не ту опцию смотрите ? Сложно только по словам судить. См. здесь: https://www.gov.uk/biometric-residence-permits/replace-expired-brp Replace an expired BRP How you replace an expired BRP depends on whether you are in the UK and what type of leave you have. If you have indefinite leave to remain or enter Use the BRP replacement service from within the UK.
  8. 22 January 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145023 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> Minor offence can trigger deportation, human rights court confirms The European Court of Human Rights has confirmed that the final offence committed by someone before deportation action is taken against them does not need to be particularly significant if they have a history of serious offending. In Munir Johanna v Denmark (application no. 56803/18) and Khan v Denmark (application no. 26957/19) the court has confirmed the earlier decision of Miah v the United Kingdom (application no. 53080/07).
  9. Для статистики. Из сегодняшнего. Продолжает радовать Home Office. Заявление клиентки по категории Skilled Worker (Tier 2(General)) рассмотрели за 14 дней. И, как ожидалось, BRP уже нового типа:
  10. Приветствую, 1. Несколько SETO, что я подавал до восстановления Super Priority, рассмотрели за 14 дней. 2. Не можете, т.к. уже подали анкету. 3. Не могу подтвердить по всем категориям :-) Я хоть и подаю заявление форумчан почти каждый день (последнее - сегодня, 21-01-2021 в 09.15), но все же я не волшебник чтобы за 1 раз подать заявления по нескольких клиентов сразу.
  11. Вчера. Клиентка из Болгарии. Помогал поолучить ILR (EUSS), и вот теперь помог есть стать британкой. Заявление рассмотрели довольно быстро, за несколько недель. А письмо из Home Office пришло, как всегда, с некоторой задержкой.
  12. Заработал Super Priority/Priority Service. Пока не по всем категориям. Eligible visas when applying from inside the UK You can apply for a faster decision on certain visa applications or applications to settle in the UK. The table lists the eligible visas and whether you can pay to get a decision: within 5 working days by the end of the next working day Список категорий, по которым можно подать Priority (5 days)/Super Priority (24-hour) application: https://www.gov.uk/faster-decision-visa-settlement/eligible-visas-when-applying-inside-the-uk
  13. 20 January 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145023 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> Home Office can make exceptions to rules stopping asylum seekers working The Upper Tribunal has declared the government’s strict policy on asylum seekers working to be unlawful insofar as it doesn’t mention that exceptions can be made. The case is R (C6) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (JR/1414/2020) and comes hard on the heels of a very similar decision by the High Court last month.
  14. Меня иногда спрашивают, на скольких форумах я участвую ? На данном этапе я модерирую/курирую/участвую на 4-х русскоговорящих иммиграционных форумах + на 2-х закрытых форумах для британских иммиграционных адвокатов. Например, вот один из моих часто цитируемых коллегами советов в отношении конфликта интересов:
  15. Продолжает радовать Home Office, рассматривая заявления клиентов на ILR (ПМЖ) за 2 недели. Вот, сегодня, 2 x SET(O) - Tier 2(General). Рассмотрели за 2 недели с даты сдачи биометрики. Делюсь статистикой.
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