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Bridging B to A?


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Old 02-12-2016, 11:23 PM
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Question Bridging B to A?

Hi, somewhere I've read that after you've travelled holding a BVB, it's recommended to apply back for a BVA once you're back in the country. Is that right? Or is automatic and never mind if I just keep the eternal wait of my application being processed holding a BVB??? Thanks!


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This used to be the case. My understanding now is that it will automatically revert back to a BVA once the BVB expires.

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The BVB won't cease, it will stay active until your visa is approved/denied, The travel rights will expire on the 'must not arrive after' date though, so if you need to leave again, you must apply for another BVB.

You can log into VEVO using the BVB grant number and it will still be in effect.


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