Limited Leave to Remain – Travel Doc

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    sedwards
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    Clmt is from Somalia and has a UK Travel Document which confirms limited leave to remain for 5 years. However there is no mention of whether on not she has recourse to public funds.

    Therefore would she have been given a letter with the travel doc which confirms her full status, or should there be further details in the travel doc which we haven’t seen?

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    markp
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    From memory, have seen ONE of these and yes there was a letter issued by Home Office with status on it.

    Do I know what I'm doing? The jury's out on that........................

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    Mark is right that a letter confirming status is issued first and that status would entitle the claimant to apply for a travel document.

    But where a travel document is issued I have never seen a case where status did not allow benefit to be claimed. The usual being the granting of Asylum but these are issues in cases where rather than asylum being granted (and the indefinite leave to remain that goes with it) the claimant is granted leave to remain for a limited period in the hopes or repatriating them when things calm down.

    I would suggest getting the original status document anyway just to be on the safe side.

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