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    Consideration of postal applications seems to be...

    Consideration of postal applications seems to be taking about 5 months at the moment.

    As has been said, if you ask for the passports back, the application will be deemed withdrawn. Your wife and...
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    There are many folk suitably qualified to help,...

    There are many folk suitably qualified to help, but the firm I'd recommend is Renaissance Chambers. One of their immigration barristers is the author of the Freemovement blog. They are also direct...
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    At this point, you don't have to provide detailed...

    At this point, you don't have to provide detailed grounds of appeal. Make sure you get the appeal form in within the allotted 28 days, and you will be given the opportunity to provide a full...
  4. If he automatically acquired British citizenship...

    If he automatically acquired British citizenship at birth, then you can make a passport application from within the UK. Simply make the application and supply the appropriate evidence of his...
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    Excellent! And that is the whole point: rather...

    Excellent! And that is the whole point: rather than demanding answers of the 'legal eagles', it's perfectly possible to research matters yourself. Don't be intimated by a form. The answers to the...
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    Bearing in mind the extent of the various...

    Bearing in mind the extent of the various databases that now exist, the visa application form is essentially just a measure of the applicant's honesty. If they pass the 'honesty' test, then their...
  7. Aye, he spent a few years in the wilderness after...

    Aye, he spent a few years in the wilderness after losing his Bristol seat, and before he was nominated for (and won) Chesterfield. Those were the days - AWB and the Beast of Bolsover in adjoining...
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    Absolutely! But not necessarily those who aren't...

    Absolutely! But not necessarily those who aren't needy, yet feel some sort of 'entitlement' to be provided with case-specific advice.

    If one poses a question on a forum and receives no answer...
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    Since when has possessing a sustainable opinion...

    Since when has possessing a sustainable opinion been 'obnoxious'?

    'Narcissistic' is an adjective. The disorder is 'narcissism'. The rest of your post is so littered with grammatical errors that I...
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    That her last grant of leave was for 3 years...

    That her last grant of leave was for 3 years suggests it was discretionary. For her to have been given that leave means that she didn't qualify by law, but that the UKBA saw fit to let her stay...
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    Such an assertion is not supported by your...

    Such an assertion is not supported by your 'bumping' of your own posts. That you do so gives the impression of being demanding of answers, and is redolent of narcissism.



    Keith is entitled to...
  12. From Appendix FM...

    From Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules:-


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  13. Very succinctly and accurately put.

    Very succinctly and accurately put.
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    I'm not being funny, but members aren't at...

    I'm not being funny, but members aren't at others' beck and call. It is not good form to demand answers. No-one who contributes to this forum is under any obligation to impart information. They...
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    It's very unfortunate, but the UKBA rarely does...

    It's very unfortunate, but the UKBA rarely does 'quick'. Whichever way you cut it, Tam is not going to have her passport back, with or without a residence permit, in time to be in Thailand for...
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    What I'd be wary of is applying for a visit visa...

    What I'd be wary of is applying for a visit visa so shortly after having married. There is nothing 'wrong' with that, but it might not be how the visa officer sees it. He might question why someone...
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    The UKBA is in the midst of institutional...

    The UKBA is in the midst of institutional collapse (again).

    Decision times for postal applications (of all categories) are becoming increasingly longer, the consequence of which is that many...
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    You evidently have strongly held views on this...

    You evidently have strongly held views on this point, but you have not been able to manifest your viewpoint as fact: it is purely an opinion. Others, including myself, have stated why we disagree...
  19. Or in the alternative, the OP's wife can apply...

    Or in the alternative, the OP's wife can apply for a European Health Insurance Card for free.
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    But, as already stated, you don't need a UK...

    But, as already stated, you don't need a UK licence to be able to drive in the UK.

    A Thai licence is 'good' for a year, within which the holder then has to sit a UK test if they wish to continue...
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    Your sister-in-law can then apply for a visit...

    Your sister-in-law can then apply for a visit visa, as opposed to a family permit.

    She'll have to pay for the application, which would be decided by reference to the prevailing Immigration Rules...
  22. And the delightful Mrs. May! :D

    And the delightful Mrs. May! :D
  23. Aye, Treasury Solicitors and UKBA staff will be...

    Aye, Treasury Solicitors and UKBA staff will be burning the midnight oil over the next days/weeks.



    I agree. The Labour lot showed scant regard for law, but Mrs. May and her cronies are even...
  24. New Rules on family migration largely unlawful.

    http://www.freemovement.org.uk/2012/07/18/pankina-upheld-by-supreme-court/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+FreeMovement+%28Free+Movement%29

    This means that although the...
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    Matt, Bear in mind that these new provisions...

    Matt,

    Bear in mind that these new provisions have been in law for only one week, so are as equally new to all of us. However, my interpretation is the same as yours; i.e. they take your lowest...
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