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04-13-2018 10:07 AM
Lexus
Re: Any law allowing me to stay in the UK?

Since your visa has expired you are forced to leave the country. It is good to consult an immigration lawyer in order to seek any chance to get your visa renewed.
04-13-2018 08:19 AM
Unregistered
Re: Any law allowing me to stay in the UK?

Immigration counsel might be able to help you make some kind of hardship application for a new visa or extension, if you have some sound reasons for not complying with the original visa terms.
04-12-2018 05:16 PM
AFFA
Re: Any law allowing me to stay in the UK?

I wish to inform you that overstay in UK is a criminal offence. At present if you leave UK then there may be re-entry ban imposed on you from 1 to 10 years based upon facts of each case. As your visa has expired thus you may not change your status through another employer.

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04-12-2018 11:01 AM
T LER
Any law allowing me to stay in the UK?

I had a set of triplet while taking my MBA NURSING in 2015 in the UK, my visa EXPIRED same year they won't renew it they want me out. Can't go back there. Is there a law that allowed me to stay

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