Our team of expert Immigration Solicitors in London can obtain your data from UKBA, i.e. UKBA subject access request.
What is a Subject Access Request
The Home Office/UKVI holds your data who have come to the attention of the Home Office/UKVI in one or another. The data hold by the Home Office/UKVI are your application forms, copies of the documents previously submitted to the Home Office/UKVI and your interview record if they would have ever conducted your interview.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998, applicants are entitled to obtain information/data that is held by the Home Office/UKVI, this entire process is known as Subject Access Request.
The basic principle to and aim of making a Subject Access Request to the Home Office/UKVI is to obtain information and data held about you by the Home Office/UKVI.
Who can Apply for Subject Access Request to the Home Office
Either you or our team of expert immigration solicitors can apply to obtain your information/data held by the Home Office/UKVI. Normally it takes about 40 calendar days but it may take longer.
How to Apply for Subject Access Request
Subject access request can be made by completing an online application form, as the online application request is quicker.
Reasons for making a Subject Access Request to the Home Office/UKVI
a) To find out whether leave to remain has ever been curtailed by the Home Office/UKVI
b) To find out your full immigration history (any visa applied out of the UK or within the UK)
c) Any false representation made by the applicant
So should you wish then feel free to contact our team of expert Immigration Solicitors in London to Obtain UKBA subject access request. Our firm is serving individuals since 2008.