Long Residency Appeal Success
Mrs. A, a Nigerian national who entered the UK in 1998, had submitted an application for long residency based on the 14 years Rule in 2012. The Home Office refused her application, as she had failed to provide sufficient evidence to prove her residency in the UK over the past 14 years. In addition, Mrs. A had failed to take the Life in the UK test. LUPINS lodged an appeal on Mrs. A’s behalf and succeeded in the First Tier Tribunal. We advised Mrs. A on the documents to produce for the appeal and she also successfully passed the Life in the UK test. On 11 February 2014, Mrs A was granted a permanent resident card after 15 years.
What The Client Said
“I had heard about the efficiency of LUPINS and approached them, as I was not sure how to proceed with my appeal. When I came to see my solicitor at LUPINS (Mrs. Tamana Aziz) she explained the errors in my original application. My subsequent appeal was allowed and I am very grateful to Mrs. Tamana Aziz for her excellent representations at the hearing. I would recommend Lawrence Lupin and I will tell anyone who is seeking immigration assistance to instruct them.” Mrs. A – February 2014