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Changes to document requirements Tue November 12

If you are applying by post for extension of stay, indefinite leave to remain or British citizenship

Advisory services for asylum seekers Tue November 12

Grant funding has been awarded to the British Refugee Council and Migrant Helpline

Immigration Rule changes - Armed Forces Fri November 8

Changes to the Immigration Rules will affect members of HM Forces and their families

New premium services announced Wed November 6

Improvements to the visa system designed to attract the brightest and best to work, do business and

New visa application customer satisfaction survey Tue November 5

If you are making a visa application in the UK you now have the opportunity to tell us about your ex

Entry Clearance

Posted by Androulla Demetriou on 6 March 2012

With the ever changing rules and procedures, making a visa application is a fraught process. In his recent report, the Chief Inspector of the UK Border Agency, John Vine, found that the ECO’s make mistakes in about a third of their decisions. He also found that the Entry Clearance Manager review often fails to address these errors. The process can often be a demoralising one too.


It is easy to make mistakes when preparing visa applications.  The system often appears that has been deliberately designed for you to do so. Those attending our brand new course on entry clearance will get plenty of opportunity to discuss the problems they have faced in the visa application process, and potential solutions. Giving you the benefit of his many years of experience as a practitioner, our trainer, Julian Bild, will give you plenty of tips to help you achieve success in your applications.


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