2020-04-18 02:18 (1楼)2020-04-18 02:18本帖最后由 sweetgrape 于 2020-04-18 15:30 编辑
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Thank you for contacting the Home Office Coronavirus Immigration Team.
We have received your details and have updated your immigration record to reflect your circumstances.
Your leave has been extended under existing conditions until 31 May 2020. You will not be regarded as an overstayer or suffer any detriment in any future applications. However, you must make plans to leave as soon as you are able to do so. This will only apply where you hold an existing valid visa which has already expired or is due to do between 24 January and 31 May.
Please continue to check the GOV.UK webpages, as this is where updated advice, including updates on the extension period will be published. The latest information and advice can be found here:
The latest travel advice can be found here:
Thank you, Home Office Coronavirus Immigration Team
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2020-06-12 14:19 (9楼)2020-06-12 14:19最新的情况：Thank you for contacting the Home Office Coronavirus Immigration Team to tell us that you cannot leave the UK before the expiry of your leave due to travel restrictions or self-isolation, and that you do not wish to stay in the UK in the long-term.
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No individual of any nationality will be regarded as an overstayer or suffer any detriment in the future, where:
their leave has expired or is due to expire between 24 January 2020 and 31 July 2020
they are currently in the UK on a long-term Standard Visitor visa that lasts 2, 5 or 10 years
they have reached the maximum stay of 180 days within the period 24 January 2020 to 31 July 2020
they have observed the terms of their visa prior to the COVID-19 outbreak
they cannot leave because of travel restrictions related to COVID-19
To ensure that your immigration records are updated to reflect your circumstances or if you cannot leave the UK before reaching the 180-day maximum period of stay and do not wish to stay in the UK in the long-term, please complete and submit this online form with as much information as you can provide. Once you submit the form and confirm your email address, we will receive your information and we will aim to write to you within 5 working days.