Uk Immigration Case Study

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The UK immigration laws are clear and require prior information and seek approval for convicted felons outside UK. All the appeals for entry clearance and those asking for permanent stay are invariably checked for UK criminal convictions. The usual pattern shows a refusal on entry to the UK for felony convictions which warrant a minimum of 12 month imprisonment. Also an application can be rejected if it poses a threat to national security on the basis of his prior conduct, his doubtful associations or his character. For such assessments, the noteworthy point is that the officials cross check with the local intelligence but they do not or cannot access any criminal records from foreign governments.

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Please state what sentence you received. To assist your application, you may want to supply documentary evidence of the conviction (e.g. the official record) detailing the crime you were convicted of and the sentence you received.”
Another question is:
Have you ever been charged in any country with a criminal offence for which you have not yet been tried in court (including traffic offences)?”
Also the final Declaration section states the following:
I am aware that it is an offence under the Immigration Act 1971 (as amended) to make a statement which I know to be false, or not believe to be true, in order to obtain a visa/entry clearance to the UK. I am also aware that my application will be automatically refused and I may be banned from going to the UK for 10 years if I use a false document, lie or withhold relevant information. I may also be banned if I have breached immigration laws in the UK. I am further aware that should I use a false document, lie or withhold relevant information my details may be passed to law enforcement agencies.”
Thus it becomes imperative to contact an immigration attorney, who can help you with filling forms, generating supporting documents, filing the visa application form and

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