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Applying for settled status after 9 years outside of UK

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Leyla76 View Post

    No, just an sms. No email after it.
    Morning,

    So it sounds like it all referred to the same email you've already discussed with them.

    I am the Site Manager and Webmaster, please refer to our Admin Team, Roles and Responsibilities. If you think we have helped in any way, please support us so we can keep helping others secure their status, it is now more important than ever now EEA nationals are subject to the same immigration requirements as non EEA nationals and require proof of valid status in the UK.

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    • #32
      Hello,
      Still no any news regarding my daughter’s status. I understand it takes long, but looking at the fact that I got it and she was linked to my application I thought that it would be straightforward considering the fact that kids gets same status as parent?
      should I start to worry ?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Leyla76 View Post
        Hello,
        Still no any news regarding my daughter’s status. I understand it takes long, but looking at the fact that I got it and she was linked to my application I thought that it would be straightforward considering the fact that kids gets same status as parent?
        should I start to worry ?
        Morning,

        I have seen this happening often, the parents get their status much quicker than their kids whose applications are linked, probably because it does require a series of extra admin steps on the part of the caseworkers, who also need to look at the evidence of relationship. From what I have seen, most applications made on the basis of family relationship as opposed to own residence do seem to take considerably longer. In your case, it's just a birth certificate to look at, but some involve court orders, adoption papers, DNA tests, etc. which end up taking more of a caseworkers' time. So there's nothing to worry about, it's just admin overload at the other end.

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        • #34
          Hello,
          so another month passed and still have not received any decision regarding my daughter application.
          Is this normal? Why is taking so long?
          I have sent an email to resolution centre but response is just kind of general one saying

          Your case is currently under consideration. You will be notified if any additional information is required or when a decision is made.

          is there anything else that I can do apart from waiting?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Leyla76 View Post
            Hello,
            so another month passed and still have not received any decision regarding my daughter application.
            Is this normal? Why is taking so long?
            I have sent an email to resolution centre but response is just kind of general one saying

            Your case is currently under consideration. You will be notified if any additional information is required or when a decision is made.

            is there anything else that I can do apart from waiting?
            Morning,

            As they allow up to 6 months to process all applications, there isn't much that can be done until it's been 6 months since the application was made. They have said I could contact them on behalf of members who have been waiting more than 6 months, and I've done so on several occasions, but until then, I'm afraid all you can do is contact the resolution centre and/or wait.

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            • #36
              Once again, thank you for all your help. Finally my daughter’s SS has come. You can add me to another success story.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Leyla76 View Post
                Once again, thank you for all your help. Finally my daughter’s SS has come. You can add me to another success story.
                This is amazing news! Well done!

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