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You have now been granted [entry clearance OR leave to enter the UK] until [insert date] as a permitted paid engagements (PPE) visitor.
This information sheet confirms the main conditions of your stay in the UK and your ongoing responsibilities to the Home Office. It is important that you understand these conditions. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.
You should not arrive in the UK until the ‘valid from’ date given on your entry clearance. Please contact us if you intend to visit the UK prior to that date. On arrival you may be questioned by an immigration officer as to the purpose of your entry. They should then stamp the entry clearance endorsement in your passport in order to activate it.]
[You have been granted a single entry visa and therefore you are only eligible to enter the UK once using this visa. Note also that an entry clearance officer may refuse you entry clearance, or an immigration officer may refuse you entry to the UK under most visitor categories if they consider you intend to live for extended periods in the UK through frequent or successive visits. If you anticipate needing to return to the UK under a visitor category in the future, please contact us for further advice.
A person seeking entry to the UK under
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