So, I applied for an extended residence permit last December, back when police handled this stuff. After application being transferred to Migri and months of waiting, yada yada, I receive a letter from the police with an invitation to meeting with a senior constable at the scheduled time. Obviously, both said constable and Migri told me they can't tell whether the decision is positive or negative by phone, so I'm left with crippling anxiety until the next week.
Did anybody here receive a similar letter? Why would they allocate time for a meeting if the decision was positive? Why the police and not mail delivery as it's stated on the website, even if the decision is negative? I've read here about a guy who was made to sign the paper consent to his refusal of entry and had his documents taken away, may this be the case? I've read the aliens act and while it does say one have a right to stay in Finland while an appeal is ongoing, it also says that refusal of entry can be imposed without waiting for the appeal to be processed, so I'm lost...
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Invitation to the police regarding residence permit decision
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Some else had a similar thing: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=91790