Common mistake: It is commonly said that a BVA can only be granted if a person makes a substantive visa application while that person is onshore, but a closer look at the relevant legislative provisions reveals otherwise.
It is not true that a person will not be eligible for a BVA just because the substantive visa application was lodged while the applicant was offshore. The below example illustrates the point...
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