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Confirming that you do not require a CAS

In order to attend a full-time course of study within the UK lasting over 6 months, you will normally require 'leave to enter' under Tier 4 of the points-based immigration system (PBS). By completing this form you are confirming that you do not require a Confirmation of Acceptance for Study (CAS) to enable you to apply for a Tier 4 Visa. Please note that you will be required to prove that you have the correct immigration permissions (or 'leave') before you will be allowed to enrol onto a course at The University of Warwick. Please also note that if you currently hold a Tier 4 visa which you previously applied for in order to attend a course at a University other than the University of Warwick you MUST now apply for a new Tier 4 visa in order to enrol at Warwick. If you require advice on your immigration status, please contact our Immigration Services Team on with complete information about your intended course of study and current leave entitlement. If you are in a position to now confirm that you do not require a CAS, please complete the form below.
(This should be the course you are intending to join at Warwick.)

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