Dear Home Office,

I sent letter advising you that my marriage has broken down and my husband came to the uk without informing me. His name is mohammed waseem Khalid dob 4.11.94 . He entered the uk on 13.10.2017 and went to his brothers house. He made no attempt to contact me and i have applied for a divorce. Please can you update me on what is going on? You can contact me on [email address]
Please tell me if his visa will be curtailed as this was a means for him to enter the uk. My letter explains everything

Yours faithfully,
Naf

Home Office Curtailments,

Dear Naf,

Thank you for your email.
Please note that the Home Office records have been checked however due to the limited information provided we were unable to locate your estranged spouse/partner on our system. As such, I am unable to tell you whether we already received your letter and whether it is already in progress.
In order for us to progress with the case please provide the following:
1. YOUR SPOUSE’S / PARTNER’S FULL NAME

2. DATE OF BIRTH

3. NATIONALITY

4. HO REFERENCE NUMBER OR CASE ID NUMBER

5. ANY OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION

Please note that if you do not respond to this letter no further action will be taken by the Home Office on this occasion.

Please follow the link to see what we will need next (if you have not yet provided it).

Your sincerely

Manchester Notifications and Curtailments Team

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Home Office Curtailments,
I sent the letter to the sheffield home office . Recorded delivery and someone signed for it aswell.
NAME of spouse

Muhammad waseem

2. DATE OF BIRTH 04.11.1994

3. NATIONALITY pakistani

4. HO REFERENCE NUMBER OR CASE ID NUMBER i dont hve this ref but i have his passport number BQ6856371

5. ANY OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION.
He came to the UK on 9.10.2017 via PIA and landed at Manchester. I dont know wat information he gave at the airport but he never came to my house. So that is the reason for this
Please look into this
Yours sincerely,

Nafeesa

Home Office Curtailments,

Thank you for your email.

 

Please note that we are unable to answer emails sent to this mailbox
however the following may offer some assistance:

Request for Curtailment Notice

If you have requested a curtailment letter following your sponsors licence
being revoked or surrendered please note that we do not routinely take
curtailment action on an ad-hoc basis and are therefore unable to action
your request at this current time. Please be assured that UKVI will issue
a curtailment letter to you in due course.

 

Request for Curtailment Notice - less than 60 days leave remaining

It is Home Office policy to curtail a person's leave to 60 days when you
no longer have a sponsor or your sponsor's licence is revoked or
surrendered however, curtailment involves limiting a person's leave to 60
days, and if you have less than 60 days leave remaining, we cannot take
any further action and a curtailment letter will not be issued to you.

 

Request for Curtailment Notice in order to obtain a new CAS/COS

We do not require colleges to have sight of a 60 day letter prior to
granting a person a CAS/COS. If the colleges/employers you have contacted
have asked you to supply them with a copy of your curtailment notice, this
is a requirement imposed by the colleges/employer, rather than by the Home
Office.

 

Please note that we do not routinely take curtailment action on an ad-hoc
basis and are therefore unable to action your request at this current
time. Please be assured that UKVI will issue a curtailment letter to you
in due course.

Sponsor loses Licence

You will need to find a new sponsor in order to make a new application for
leave to remain in the United Kingdom. You’ll need to find a new course
with a different education provider or a new job and sponsor if your
sponsor loses their license. Your new education provider/employer will
need to sponsor you.

If your sponsor no longer has a licence, we will consider curtailing your
leave to 60 days and this includes cases where your sponsor’s licence has
been revoked, has expired and where the sponsor has voluntarily
surrendered their licence.

 

However; please note that we do not routinely take curtailment action on
an ad-hoc basis and are therefore unable to action your request at this
current time. Please be assured that UKVI will issue a curtailment letter
to you in due course.

 

You may wish to visit the following links for more information on the
Curtailment process
[1]https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio... and
what to do if your sponsor loses their licence:
[2]https://www.gov.uk/student-sponsor-loses...

 

Response to a Curtailment Notice

If you have received a curtailment notice via email and you are outside of
the United Kingdom or unsure as to why you have been sent this, please
note that Curtailment is mandatory because if you have stopped study or
work under paragraphs 323A.(a)(i)(2) and 323A.(a)(ii)(2) of the
Immigration Rules. You may wish to visit the following link for more
information on the Curtailment process:
[3]https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio...

 

Tier 4 Students

If you wish to find an alternative sponsor you should refer to the sponsor
register on the GOV.UK website.

The Home Office cannot assist students seeking a refund of any educational
fees.  You should discuss any such issues directly with the institution
involved and if you feel that you have been the victim of financial fraud,
then you should contact the Police or seek legal advice.

Information for Sponsors:

If you are a sponsor and need information or assistance for student and
worker sponsors, including full policy guidance, using the sponsorship
management system and how to get help, please use the following link:
[4]https://www.gov.uk/government/collection...

 

If you work at a UK educational establishment or are a Tier 4 sponsor you
may wish to contact [5][email address] and
Educators Helpline on 0300 1234 699.

Further Ways to Contact

For any other general queries you will need to contact the Home Office as
detailed on our website:
[6]https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati...

 

Again, we are unable to answer emails sent to this mailbox.

Kind regards,

Manchester Curtailment Team

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

References

Visible links
1. https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio...
2. https://www.gov.uk/student-sponsor-loses...
3. https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio...
4. https://www.gov.uk/government/collection...
5. mailto:[email address]
6. https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati...

Home Office Curtailments,

Dear Nafeesa,

I am writing to confirm that we have received your letter concerning the breakdown of your marriage to the above named person.
I can confirm that this matter is currently awaiting consideration by a caseworker.
Unfortunately, we cannot state specifically when it will be dealt with as cases such as this are complex and time consuming. I can assure you, however, that it will be considered as soon as possible.

Manchester Notifications and Curtailments Team
UK Visas & Immigration

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Home Office Curtailments,

THANKYOU so much for looking into thai for me. I hope i hear from you soon my email [email address] if u need to contact me.

Yours sincerely,

Nafeesa

Home Office Curtailments,

Thank you for your email.

 

Please note that we are unable to answer emails sent to this mailbox
however the following may offer some assistance:

Request for Curtailment Notice

If you have requested a curtailment letter following your sponsors licence
being revoked or surrendered please note that we do not routinely take
curtailment action on an ad-hoc basis and are therefore unable to action
your request at this current time. Please be assured that UKVI will issue
a curtailment letter to you in due course.

 

Request for Curtailment Notice - less than 60 days leave remaining

It is Home Office policy to curtail a person's leave to 60 days when you
no longer have a sponsor or your sponsor's licence is revoked or
surrendered however, curtailment involves limiting a person's leave to 60
days, and if you have less than 60 days leave remaining, we cannot take
any further action and a curtailment letter will not be issued to you.

 

Request for Curtailment Notice in order to obtain a new CAS/COS

We do not require colleges to have sight of a 60 day letter prior to
granting a person a CAS/COS. If the colleges/employers you have contacted
have asked you to supply them with a copy of your curtailment notice, this
is a requirement imposed by the colleges/employer, rather than by the Home
Office.

 

Please note that we do not routinely take curtailment action on an ad-hoc
basis and are therefore unable to action your request at this current
time. Please be assured that UKVI will issue a curtailment letter to you
in due course.

Sponsor loses Licence

You will need to find a new sponsor in order to make a new application for
leave to remain in the United Kingdom. You’ll need to find a new course
with a different education provider or a new job and sponsor if your
sponsor loses their license. Your new education provider/employer will
need to sponsor you.

If your sponsor no longer has a licence, we will consider curtailing your
leave to 60 days and this includes cases where your sponsor’s licence has
been revoked, has expired and where the sponsor has voluntarily
surrendered their licence.

 

However; please note that we do not routinely take curtailment action on
an ad-hoc basis and are therefore unable to action your request at this
current time. Please be assured that UKVI will issue a curtailment letter
to you in due course.

 

You may wish to visit the following links for more information on the
Curtailment process
[1]https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio... and
what to do if your sponsor loses their licence:
[2]https://www.gov.uk/student-sponsor-loses...

 

Response to a Curtailment Notice

If you have received a curtailment notice via email and you are outside of
the United Kingdom or unsure as to why you have been sent this, please
note that Curtailment is mandatory because if you have stopped study or
work under paragraphs 323A.(a)(i)(2) and 323A.(a)(ii)(2) of the
Immigration Rules. You may wish to visit the following link for more
information on the Curtailment process:
[3]https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio...

 

Tier 4 Students

If you wish to find an alternative sponsor you should refer to the sponsor
register on the GOV.UK website.

The Home Office cannot assist students seeking a refund of any educational
fees.  You should discuss any such issues directly with the institution
involved and if you feel that you have been the victim of financial fraud,
then you should contact the Police or seek legal advice.

Information for Sponsors:

If you are a sponsor and need information or assistance for student and
worker sponsors, including full policy guidance, using the sponsorship
management system and how to get help, please use the following link:
[4]https://www.gov.uk/government/collection...

 

If you work at a UK educational establishment or are a Tier 4 sponsor you
may wish to contact [5][email address] and
Educators Helpline on 0300 1234 699.

Further Ways to Contact

For any other general queries you will need to contact the Home Office as
detailed on our website:
[6]https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati...

 

Again, we are unable to answer emails sent to this mailbox.

Kind regards,

Manchester Curtailment Team

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

References

Visible links
1. https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio...
2. https://www.gov.uk/student-sponsor-loses...
3. https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio...
4. https://www.gov.uk/government/collection...
5. mailto:[email address]
6. https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati...

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