I carry a passport that needs not application - ie embankment.
I arrived at the end of 2016, was stamped six months and stayed one month only. For my previous visit, in 2012, I received permission to remain for one month and stayed less than that.
Assuming the permission to remain period expires when I leave the country, what are my chances of being allowed to visit for a further three months, or even six months, when next I apply for entry to UK?
I know, if asked at the border, I will need to provide proof of sufficient funds and of reasons for visiting. I have these.
Is there any point in trying to travel before the six months are over or is it definitely a new assessment?
Will the one month stay will be in my favour on my next visit?
I do not fully understand the subsequent visits issues.
Is it for the total?
Discretion of officer in charge.
I will need a minimum of two months.
For those who carry the same nationality of passport as I do there are always two or three people taken for further questioning, at least every flight I was on.