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That may be the case but I believe we have followed closely what they have said on the form:
- An ESOL qualification at Entry Level 3, Level 1 or Level 2, that includes speaking and listening which has been regulated by the Office of Qualifications and Examination Regulation (Ofqual). It must be listed as an ESOL qualification on the Ofqual Register and taken in England, Wales or Northern Ireland;
In this paragraph it doesn't talk about any grades just that you need a qualification which we have achieved.
I do feel this paragraph is false information they have supplied in our case or they have not been clear - would you not agree?
Also - if there is nothing we can do about this since our application has been refused when would we be able to re-apply? Am keen to figure this out as they are very costly applications. Let me know
I do feel pretty upset about this. I spent a lot of of money on this and simply expected my wife to have the right Visa. I really feel we did everything that the form suggests and the guidance notes suggest. I will be making a complaint on their website and letting them know that if I do not get a good response that I will be going to my local MP.
I really feel that the information provided is not the right information in this circumstance. I will get my wife in the mean time to take the B1. It says on the website complaints procedures can take 20 days.
Is it worth me getting a solicitor or professional involved in this? Is it likely that they will take in to consideration my complaint and understand why this has happened? or is it more likely they will dismiss it? - not sure how the home office works.