EEA Family Permit Applications in British Embassy (Visa Section) Beijing
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Dear Foreign and Commonwealth Office,
Please provide, within the required FOI timeframe, the total number of EEA Family Permit applications made, along with the percentage accepted and rejected at the British Embassy in Beijing, China during the period from January 2010 to January 2012.
Please confirm the reason for charging a service fee for EEA Family Permits (for applications lodged in Beijing) when the EEA Regulations clearly state that such permits are to be issued free.
FOI Request, Ref: 0132-12
Dear Mr Kelly
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Dear John Kelly
Re: Family Permit Applications in British Embassy (Visa Section)
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Dear Mr Kelly,
Please see attached letter.
Sarah Wrathall | Desk Officer Hong Kong, China Department | Room WH2.297
| Asia Pacific Directorate | Foreign and Commonwealth Office | King
Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AH | Tel: +44 (0)20 7008 2928
| FTN: 7008 2928 |
Dear Mr Kelly
Please find attached our reply to your FOI request
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