(PRWEB UK) 16 September 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum that the changes involve applicants paying the cost and booking fee upfront using a new online system. Applicants will be able to manage appointments in the same way through their account, but a UK border spokesman explains that “the new process will help applicants access PEO appointments and at the same time tackle those who are abusing the booking system.” Those who do not attend their appointments or cancel with less than the required 5 working days’ notice will not have their £100 fee refunded. Those who do attend, or cancel within the specified timeframe can receive their refund via email, taking up to 28 days.
Applicants are also being urged to ensure they attend with the correct documents at their local public enquiry office
Providing free visa assistance and immigrations advice, Interdean are dedicated to pursuing industry related news of this nature. A representative from the firm explains the importance of complying with visa and immigration requirements.
“Applying for a visa to the UK, or in fact any country can be very detailed and complicated and each case is different, which is why it is essential to be fully aware of what is expected of you. Here at Interdean we are happy to offer our assistance in this area and our highly trained professionals can even review your application before it is submitted to provide the best chance of it being accepted.”
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