DP for someone that has been refused entry to a country

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DP for someone that has been refused entry to a country

Post by nburge » Thu, 07 Apr 2011 6:36 pm

My wife was "refused leave to remain" in the UK last year, after mistakenly thinking her work permit was still valid after it had expired. This wasn't deportation, but they did take her passport whilst she collected her stuff and she had to report to Gatwick to get on a specified flight out.

I notice that the DP application also asks the question "have you ever been refused entry to a country or deported?" which she will obviously have to answer yes to.

My question is: how much will this impact her ability to get a dependents pass? Has anyone else managed to get a DP under similar circumstances?

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Post by singaporeflyer » Thu, 07 Apr 2011 11:02 pm

May be say yes. High chance of rejection and then appeal with the real reason and mostly you can get it.. Wait for other senior members to reply.Good Luck !

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