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Old 10-28-2019, 07:18 PM
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Question Initial entry date

Just a quick question:

With the initial expiry date of the health/police checks, which ever is first, in our case, June/July 2019, police check was first, if the 309/100 isn't granted by then, do they have to be done again whilst the application would still be in progress?

I would assume that visas would be granted before the expiry dates to prevent repeats of them, the health check being the expensive one, but as the processing times are currently 16-20 months, it looks inevitable!

Perhaps we should have waited for them to be requested.


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Old 10-28-2019, 08:09 PM
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If they expire, they will request for you to repeat them. So u just wait and hope cor the grant to be in bfr it expires or in the worse case but not so worse, redo them again.

Alot of visas have been granted early because people were frontloading their application. Hope for the best

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Old 10-29-2019, 03:25 AM
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Just a quick question:

With the initial expiry date of the health/police checks, which ever is first, in our case, June/July 2019, police check was first, if the 309/100 isn't granted by then, do they have to be done again whilst the application would still be in progress?

I would assume that visas would be granted before the expiry dates to prevent repeats of them, the health check being the expensive one, but as the processing times are currently 16-20 months, it looks inevitable!

Perhaps we should have waited for them to be requested.
Most 309's from the UK seem to have been done in well under 12 months.

Even globally, 75% were done in under 16 months recently.

Between 5 and 7 months was common in June, when it was 15-20 (75% under 15 months). Not much different to now.

When was your 309 application date?

Some people who go over the 12 months, do get asked to do them again, but some are not asked, and just get the grant.


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