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Old 08-07-2018, 09:38 AM
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Bridging Visa B , Early application

Hi I have mistakenly applied for my bridging visa 5 months in advance ( Applied July 2nd to travel for 3 weeks over Christmas) ,
It says maximum 3 months minimum of 2 weeks to apply so I’m 2 months in advance .

I called to see if I could get any advice on if I should pull the application and re apply with the correct time frame but they couldn’t tell me anything other then it was my choice to ether wait or re apply.

Has this happened to anyone else and what was the outcome, should I hold on or re apply? any suggestions would be welcome.

Thanks Guy


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