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My wife is British and I applied for a Settlement Visa from outside the UK which Home Office refused, I appealed against the Home Office decision in Tribunal and a few days before hearing the Home Office decided to withdraw and grant entry clearance to me.

Then I received an email from Home Office asking to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge and submit the passport for a visa stamp in my country, which I did on time.

Now after about 10 week when I inquired about the visa they replied that the visa application has been re-refused and I have a right to appeal against this re-refusal.

I want to know if Home Office can re-refuse my application after withdrawing the case in tribunal? Because if they can, I am stuck in a vicious cycle.

Has anyone faced a similar situation? What was the outcome?

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    Unfortunately we can't handle questions about settlement visas here. You may want to ask on our sister site Expatriates. – Michael Hampton Apr 29 '18 at 14:05
  • I want to know if Home Office can re-refuse my application after withdrawing the case in tribunal? Well obviously they can, they did it to you. – user 56513 Apr 29 '18 at 14:34

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