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New and revised immigration application forms are to be introduced for applications made on or after 29 February 2008, the BIA has announced.

The revised forms, which will be available later this month, are:

Extension of stay or further leave to remain

· BUS – business person, sole representative, retired person of independent means, investor, innovator

· FLR(IGS) – International Graduates Scheme

· FLR(M) – husband, wife, civil partner, or unmarried or same-sex partner of a permanent resident

· FLR(S) – students, student nurse, prospective student or sabbatical officer, exam resits, thesis writing

· FLR(FT:WISS) – Fresh Talent: Working in Scotland Scheme

· FLR(IED) – work permit holders

· FLR(O) – other categories

Settlement, permanent residence or indefinite leave to remain

· BUS – business person, sole representative, retired person of independent means, investor, innovator

· SET(DV) – victim of domestic violence

· SET(F) – family member of a permanent resident

· SET(M) – husband, wife, civil partner, or unmarried or same-sex partner of a permanent resident

· SET(O) – other categories

Other

· NTLTOC – transfer of residence permit from an old to a new passport

· COA – certificate of approval for marriage or civil partnership in the United Kingdom

For applications made before 29 February, use the existing form, which is marked ‘version 04/2007’ or ‘version 05/2007′. If you are applying on or after 29 February, you must use the new form which will be dated ’02/2008’.


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Charles Kelly will be running an Advice Clinic at the Care Show, Bournemouth 1 and 2 April 2008

To Book see: http://www.careshow.co.uk/page.cfm/Link=42/t=m/goSection=5

You can read the BIA announcement in full at: http://www.ind.homeoffice.gov.uk

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