Jun 9, 2017
The nuisance when you get your application turned down by the case officer, will give you an idea for the specificity of what or which went wrong to your residence permit application, after you get the letter from them, stating as to why in their view, your application for residence permit is unsuccessful. Usually, client(s) have an option to make an appeal at Danish Immigration Service within eight (8) weeks of the receipt of the refusal letter and make any further representations. However, appeal is only possible if you think based on the decision, the guidelines of visa processing has not followed or, if there is questions of law or, mix of facts – in connection to the supporting documents hence; were not considered then and etc., Appeal also requires a lawyer to represent your refused residence permit UNLESS, you choose not to represent one – this process is a bit lengthy, though you may check March 2017 application processing time , but what if you are to reckon of reapplying? How will you addressed the issue raised by the case officer in turning down your application.
Our [x] client from Denmark is currently holding a work permit for the last two (2 years), with the route under Pay Scheme Limit and had attempted to bring his wife in Denmark, they are both Nepalese national and got married under “arrange married”, prior to this application for residence permit with accompanying family member, they both acquainted for more than six (6) months, where their relationship has started and developed – through online, when after a certain relative has introduced them and, exchanging their contact details. Until, they finally met each other, when he visited his country, Nepal. Soon enough, after couple of days, they planed their engagement and a week after; they undertook their formal marriage ceremony, after, a couple of months they live together in his father’s family house, before he returned to Denmark to work, and applied for his wife’s residence permit so she can join her in Denmark, pursuant to section 9a. (1) “A residence permit may be issued to an alien on the basis of employment or activity as a self-employed person”. He had followed the process of application from Danish Immigration Service for accompanying family member (family ties), and the case officer has requested an additional information and documents from his wife, to comply e.g., her passport copy and few information which is essential to finalise their application, so the wife had complied and provided a letter which will explain the relationship and the so called “arrange marriage”, which is a common practice in Nepal.
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