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Token showing authorization to apply to enter the territory for which it was issued. Don't forget to include your citizenship when asking!

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When you land in Houston You will be directed/routed onto only one possible path: to customs and immigration. There, you will tell them your story, declare anything you are bringing in... if they de …
answered Feb 17 '18 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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All your answers will be compared to what they have in their database about you. The only winning answer is the true one. They already know most of the answers. They ask mostly to catch you lying, a …
answered Dec 21 '19 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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No problem leaving the country, the UK will want you to depart and will do what they can to push you along. The real problem will arise when you try to later re-enter the UK, or enter a country with …
answered Nov 8 '17 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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I completely agree this is likely a 42(a)/(c) refusal. Here's what's going on. You have no right to enter their country (that would be citizenship). You are asking for permission to enter ("leave t …
answered Dec 9 '18 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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they stamped my passport with permission to remain That's not a refusal. A refusal is when they make you sit in the office until the next boat comes, escort you to the boat, and make you go ba …
answered Aug 14 '19 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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I am married to an American Immigration hears: My pretense for entering the country is a ruse, actually I plan to violate my ESTA and live here indefinitely with my partner, which is what partner …
answered Feb 14 '19 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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Absolutely untrue. This is a Ukranian "woman" supposedly applying for a visa to visit the US. The decision makers are US Immigration officials. While Ukranian government officials can be corrupt, …
answered Oct 23 '17 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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It's right here in RedGrittyBrick's link: Proportionality A frequent source of refusals comes under "proportionality". This is a strategy where the applicant intends to deplete his life savin …
answered Sep 10 '17 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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It's mentioned in the various documents which they provide you. Probably more than once. Probably emphatically. At least one of those documents will be a contract. Contracts are an agreement betwee …
answered Dec 29 '19 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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Don't overlook the elephant in the room Confirmation bias is a harsh mistress. All this hair-splitting about the meaning of "deception" is a distraction from the other part of the letter. That pa …
answered Sep 1 '17 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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Absolutely mention them. Describe your relationship in one word: "estranged". UKVI will get it. Lying about it is suicide. The typical punishment is not only refusal to enter, which will then make …
answered Dec 7 '18 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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They mainly want to ensure that you do not seek employment here, typically in menial tasks because employment screening is pretty good in skilled/technical areas go on the dole / seek public servi- …
answered Sep 2 '19 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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He is a national of Poland not the UK. As such, he must apply for a visa. He must qualify for the visa on his own merits, being your boyfriend does not help him. In fact, this may hurt his case s …
answered Aug 19 '19 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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I can't guess how UK immigration will interpret that situation. I can tell you how the American tax authority, IRS, interprets it. Is your own company any of the following: a sole proprietorshi …
answered Jul 28 '17 by Harper - Reinstate Monica
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hard to get. As such, people often misuse non-working visas, get caught, and get banned from the UK and other anglo countries with which the UK interchages data. …
answered Dec 30 '17 by Harper - Reinstate Monica

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