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    Post Biometric Residence Permit for all settlement route Applicants

    Here's the latest update link from UKVI called

    Get a biometric residence permit (BRP)

    Please do take time to read the Guidance which is linked under the made webpage link given above.

    It's an important change to the BRP process, especially to those living outside the UK and making their application for settlement route visa's

    Please be sure you read all and follow all appropriate links before requesting clarifications


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    Thanks Terpe. I think I may ask Angeline to get hers now for next years FLR and as we wish to travel to her country again next year.
    "Nothing ventured, nothing gained"
    "It is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all" Lord Tenneson.


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    Quote Originally Posted by songz777 View Post
    Thanks Terpe. I think I may ask Angeline to get hers now for next years FLR and as we wish to travel to her country again next year.
    She'll make her BRP application at FLR(M) time. It's on the same form.
    It can only be done that way John


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpe View Post
    She'll make her BRP application at FLR(M) time. It's on the same form.
    It can only be done that way John
    Thanks Terpe, yes I read that a little later so you have kindly confirmed it
    "Nothing ventured, nothing gained"
    "It is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all" Lord Tenneson.


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    quick question. rhosalie has just been granted her spouse visa but there wasn't a decision letter accompanying her passport. does it arrive after the visa or where we will be living together or does she need to send an email out to request a new one.
    Cheers


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    Quote Originally Posted by hornash View Post
    quick question. rhosalie has just been granted her spouse visa but there wasn't a decision letter accompanying her passport. does it arrive after the visa or where we will be living together or does she need to send an email out to request a new one.
    Cheers
    The new Biometric Residence Permits (BRPs) process rolled out from 31 May 2015 for applicants in the Philippines travelling to the UK for more than six months.

    Please follow this link for the announcement detail.

    I'd guess that Rhosalie submitted her application before 31 May 2015 ?


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    Terpe.

    If for any reason you can't travel to the UK in the time specified am I correct in thinking a new short term vignette will cost £75 ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekee View Post
    Terpe.

    If for any reason you can't travel to the UK in the time specified am I correct in thinking a new short term vignette will cost £75 ?
    Hi Phil,
    Yes, that's correct.
    I'm not sure about the latest current cost but it's around that mark.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekee View Post
    Terpe.

    If for any reason you can't travel to the UK in the time specified am I correct in thinking a new short term vignette will cost £75 ?
    Hi Phil,
    Yes, that's correct.
    I'm not sure about the latest current cost but it's around that mark.

    Where did you get the £75 from ?

    As far as I'm aware it's still the case that UKVI issued letters in connection with BRP contain the detail on the process and the cost. I haven't seen one of those yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpe View Post
    Hi Phil,
    Yes, that's correct.
    I'm not sure about the latest current cost but it's around that mark.

    Where did you get the £75 from ?

    As far as I'm aware it's still the case that UKVI issued letters in connection with BRP contain the detail on the process and the cost. I haven't seen one of those yet.
    I heard it somewhere on here I think.

    Just a little concerned about getting the timing right so I send off the application and it will be dealt with by the time of the selected travel time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekee View Post
    I heard it somewhere on here I think.

    Just a little concerned about getting the timing right so I send off the application and it will be dealt with by the time of the selected travel time.
    Phil,
    I'm no longer registered with OISC so I don't get updated on new stuff anymore.

    But I believe that a replacement 30 day Travel Vignette is dealt with under Transfer of Conditions
    The cost is around the £70-£90 mark
    Your letter will detail.

    Give or take a little time it shouldn't be too difficult to manage unless there are some time consuming issues to take care of. Most folks on here seem to fly to UK fairly soon after the visa decision.
    It does mean compromising on short-time decisions but using the UKVI processing times to determine a reasonable travel date should work out reasonably well.
    Hopefully


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