I am trying to apply to extend my U.K visa but I am unsure if I need to write about my Irish VISA WARNING.
I got a Visa warning last year when I arrived by ferry to Dublin. I did not know I needed a visa to enter Ireland. It was an honest mistake as I really did not plan the trip- it was a surprise from my English boyfriend.
When I arrived to Dublin by Ferry the Officers stopped me and my boyfriend, and they said to go with them to their office as I did not have a visa for Ireland. There they asked me some questions, and after they gave me the permission to remain for a few days afterwards.
I was granted by the immigration officers a permission to remain for a few days. They stamped my Passport with a permission to remain, and also the regular immigration stamp- in the stamp they wrote some numbers and a V.W)
-So, when applying to extend my UK VISA, should I press "YES?" at the "refused entry at the border of any country other than the UK" and explain that situation?