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    ILR visa application is successful

    Booked a premium service with my ILR application and it cost us £2887 ! I was the first person on the list, having set my appointment at 09:20 today, and after waiting for 2 hours and 20 minutes I get the result, but have to wait for my BRP ID next week. Set (M) Form for Settlement is exactly the same with the FLR - just the Guidance Notes are not a help at all, but it's easy enough to fill up. Now have to wait till September to get my 5 years' residency, then I can apply for Naturalization. Very expensive year for us and have never been on holiday this year, but the sacrifice is worth it. Now looking forward to the next application and our holiday in April back to Philippines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leen View Post
    Booked a premium service with my ILR application and it cost us £2887 ! I was the first person on the list, having set my appointment at 09:20 today, and after waiting for 2 hours and 20 minutes I get the result, but have to wait for my BRP ID next week. Set (M) Form for Settlement is exactly the same with the FLR - just the Guidance Notes are not a help at all, but it's easy enough to fill up. Now have to wait till September to get my 5 years' residency, then I can apply for Naturalization. Very expensive year for us and have never been on holiday this year, but the sacrifice is worth it. Now looking forward to the next application and our holiday in April back to Philippines.
    GREAT news, CONGRATULATIONS! OK ... ... the Premium Service IS expensive, - especially for ILR.

    But - as I've lo~ng maintained - the advantages of using this method are twofold ... in that, it eliminates the strain caused by an often lengthy waiting period for the result. And it provides applicants with the chance to add any IMPORTANT information they may well have otherwise overlooked.


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    Congratulations, another step forward well done!


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