- United States
United Kingdom is changing rules to process the applications from the violators of the leave to remain in the country with effect from 1 October 2012.
All applicants who want to extend their stay in United Kingdom after the expiry of the initial leave to stay must submit their applications with in 28 days otherwise their application will not be entertained and refused. So there is clear rule to follow if anyone wants to extend the leave to remain in United Kingdom must reapply within 28 days. If someone cannot do it then he/she must exit the country and go through the visa application once again in the country of residence.
The changes in the immigration rules will affect the applicants submitting applications for extension in leave under the following streams:
United Kingdom also has introduced a number of changes to the immigration rules related to the family migration stream which will come into force on July 9, 2012. The above changes in the immigration rules for the application of the visa overstayers are to supplement the amendments in the family migration route.
The applicants are advised to apply for extension in leave to remain in the country in time to avoid any inconvenience. Persons wishing to stay in United Kingdom after elapsing the maximum allowable period of 28 days once the original leave to stay has expired will have to leave the country and apply for visa again at the UK visa office in their country of citizenship.
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