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Old 4th October 2019, 09:34 AM
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A friend of mine has just had a rejection letter for an ILR application.

They made their ILR application in June and submitted all the relevant paperwork and received it back. Stupidly they then went on a weekend trip to France unaware that they’re not supposed to leave the country while their application is being processed. On arrival back in the UK their BRP card was taken off them at UK Immigration, they were allowed back in under a tourist visa.

I think they are going to appeal but I doubt if it will be successful. If they want to carry on living in the UK must they return to their home country and start the process for a spouse visa all over again? Does the 5 years they have already lived in the UK count for anything?

The rejection was because he is now in the UK as a visitor.
can you specify why exactly his IRL was rejected , was it because they went on holiday during ILR was in progress

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34K. Where proof of identity provided under paragraph 34(5) has been returned to the applicant pending a decision on their application for leave to remain and the applicant travels outside the common travel area their application for leave to remain shall, provided that it has not been determined, be treated as withdrawn on the date that the applicant left the common travel area.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigrat...alidappLTRinUK

Looks like the Home Office will withdraw the application (if they haven't already made a decision) of the ILR and they'll have to apply again.

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