EEA Retain Right

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Dear Home Office,
I applied EEA retain right of residence on basis of divorce on October 2016 with EEA national
after 3 year of marriage unfortunately it was refused on may 2017 with appeal right i appealed the decision and waiting for appeal date but i send another application for same case on December 2017 i got COA for second application on January 1 st week 2018 my question is if i withdraw appeal for first application refused and want wait for decision of second application my COA which was given for second application will be valid for after appeal withdraw or not if yes upto when it will be valid if second application also refused i will be given appeal right or not

Yours faithfully,
Subhash Pandeya

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Subhash Pandeya,

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Subhash Pandeya

Dear FOI Requests,

Deadline has been passed but i dinnot received reply of my request

Yours sincerely,

Subhash Pandeya

UK Visas and Immigration,

Dear Subhash Pandeya,

Thank you for your enquiry dated 22nd March regarding your query.

Unfortunately, from the information provided in your email we are unable
to determine the exact nature of your enquiry and/or your immigration
status.
Please respond with more information such as your

* nationality,
* current visa,
* whether you are applying from inside or outside the UK and what
specific information you would like help with.

Alternatively, please refer to our website for guidance by using this
link: [1]https://www.gov.uk/
You may also find the following specific links useful:
Visa and Immigration: [2]https://www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigrat...
Contact Details: [3]https://www.gov.uk/contact-ukvi/overview
Citizenship and Living in the UK:
 [4]https://www.gov.uk/browse/citizenship
Passports: [5]https://www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/passpor...  
 

Please note the onus is upon individual customers to ensure that they
satisfy the requirements set out in the guidance material. The guidance
material accompanies each and every application form. UK Visas and
Immigration is not able to give, indicate or advise upon the outcome of
any such application prior to it being given full and careful
consideration.

Directing you to the guidance material is the only advice we can give you.
If you need any further help you should seek independent immigration
advice. Immigration advisers can help you with immigration matters,
including completion of forms and representing you at a tribunal. The
Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) regulates
immigration advisers, which mean they must meet certain standards.

Please see the below link to find an immigration adviser:

[6]https://www.gov.uk/find-an-immigration-a...

Yours faithfully,

Gary porter.

UK Visas and Immigration.

 

 

UKVI Contact Centre

Website: [7]www.gov.uk/home-office

 

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Dear UK Visas and Immigration,
thanks for your very late reply now my ciscumstance has been change so

I have two apllication at this moment case id 023023834 and 023152418 if i withdraw case 023152418 what will happen to my right to work while i am waiting decission for case is 023023834

Yours sincerely,

Subhash Pandeya

UK Visas and Immigration,

Dear Subhash Pandeya,

Thank you for your reply dated 28th March regarding your right to work.
 
If you have made an in-time application then you would be covered by 3C
leave, retaining the rights you had on your previous visa until a decision
is reached on your current application.
 
The purpose of section 3C leave is to prevent a person from becoming an
over stayer. This can only be used when a person has made an in-time
application to extend their leave and are awaiting a decision on that
application or while any appeal or administrative review they are entitled
to is pending.
The full guidance on 3C leave can be found on the link below:
[1]https://www.gov.uk/government/publicatio...
If you need to evidence your right to work to an employer, you can provide
them with your Case ID and they will be able to conduct a right to work
check with the Home Office while your application is being processed.
 
Please note the onus is upon individual customers to ensure that they
satisfy the requirements set out in the guidance material. The guidance
material accompanies each and every application form. UK Visas and
Immigration is not able to give, indicate or advise upon the outcome of
any such application prior to it being given full and careful
consideration.

Directing you to the guidance material is the only advice we can give you.
If you need any further help you should seek independent immigration
advice. Immigration advisers can help you with immigration matters,
including completion of forms and representing you at a tribunal. The
Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) regulates
immigration advisers, which mean they must meet certain standards.
Please see the below link to find an immigration adviser:

[2]https://www.gov.uk/find-an-immigration-a...

Yours Faithfully,

Fiona Brunton
UK Visa and Immigration

 

 

UKVI Contact Centre

Website: [3]www.gov.uk/home-office

 

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