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Old 29th August 2019, 06:15 PM
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Question Returning to UK with BPR containing wrong dates

Hi Guys,

Bit of an odd question here. My wife arrived in the UK (on a spouse visa) on 23/08/19 and picked up her BPR on 24/08/19.

Having picked up the BPR, she was due to fly back to Turkey on Monday 02/09/19. The problem we have is that the home office have emailed her last night (28/08/19) to tell her that the BRP issued had the incorrect ending date (25/04/22 instead of 13/05/22). We now have a problem as we have already booked her flight to Turkey and cannot cancel this as it is to complete the final preparations for our wedding 15/09/19 (there are many appointments between 02/09-15/09).

The home office say that they will get her a new one between 3-7 working days if we reply to the email from last night with our address (we did reply but have not heard back from the email and could not reach anyone from the home office).

We now only have one working day remaining until she has to return. My question is this... If she were to leave the UK on Monday with her current BRP in hand, will she be able to return in October after our honeymoon?

Sorry for the long post. Thank you in advance.

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It's BRP (Biometric Residence Permit)

Why do you think the end date is correct?

You say "my wife" but then refer to your upcoming wedding plans. Are you already married?

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It's BRP (Biometric Residence Permit)

Why do you think the end date is correct?

You say "my wife" but then refer to your upcoming wedding plans. Are you already married?
Hi,

I think the date is incorrect as the Home Office emailed us to say so. The end date was supposed to be in May 2022.

As for our wedding, we've gotten married in January as we knew the visa application takes a while and as such the idea was to get the visa sorted, have our wedding, go on our honeymoon and then return to the UK together.

Do you think we can just use the BRP we have for now and return to the UK?

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clever-octopus, in many cultures the first wedding referred to the legal and religious part. They issue a marriage certificate although they have not lived together at that point. Legally and religiously they are husband and wife. Socially not yet. This takes place afterwards when circumstance permit, it can be a week and I know few people who take a year or two.

huseyinazizcan, the card she has is valid, the problem is only the end date and the error is not yours. If I were you, I would travel and correct the error after I come back. I think she will be able to come back..

Good luck and congratulations...

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clever-octopus, in many cultures the first wedding referred to the legal and religious part. They issue a marriage certificate although they have not lived together at that point. Legally and religiously they are husband and wife. Socially not yet. This takes place afterwards when circumstance permit, it can be a week and I know few people who take a year or two.

huseyinazizcan, the card she has is valid, the problem is only the end date and the error is not yours. If I were you, I would travel and correct the error after I come back. I think she will be able to come back..

Good luck and congratulations...
Thank you so much waleed2205.

Anyone here have an actual experience where they returned without a BRP or a BRP with errors?

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