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Experience:  Senior Partner at Berkson Wallace
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I and my husband applied on FLRO and Article 8 for further

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I and my husband applied on FLRO and Article 8 for further leave to remain in the UK. We have three kids all born in the UK age 6 Years and 11 months, 4 years and 10 months and the younger one is 3 and a half years old. we have received a letter from UKBA stating temporary release from detention with conditions of living on the specified address and reporting to one of their office weekly.
My question is why they not give us a decision of our case and is is there any benefit of this temporary release to us in terms of getting further stay in UK. Is there any chances of getting positive outcome on our application.
And what is 7 years rule because my elder daughter is nearly 7 years and I am thinking of submitting an application on that. non of us is UK citizens/British national
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Immigration Law
Expert:  cityguru replied 4 years ago.
Hi can you explain please on what basis you are currently in the UK and what your existing visa is?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

As I have already mentioned I have applied on article 8 for further leave to remain in UK. My visa is already expired. My application was refused but I asked for review and then I received this letter stating about temporary release.

please also check the information I have previously given.



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You have not provided me with enough information to advise you so I will opt out
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