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Old 03-03-2015, 09:07 AM
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IMMI ACCOUNT question paperbased application.

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Can I access anything on the Immi account if one has done a paper based application.
I don't mean during the evaluation, but after the Grant has been given?
I ask the question because if I for example, can't access anything even after I have had my 820 approved , then I might as well forget about the Immi account. And shut it down..


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You might want to do the stage 2 (sc. 801) online down the track.

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You might want to do the stage 2 (sc. 801) online down the track.
Right..
That's a good idea.
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Another thing.
a bit off topic but I started this thread so I guess I can get away with it :-)
whats the difference between
sc 820 and uk 820 ??

Anybody who knows?


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They are the same. Migration agents use the term "sc" which is short for subclass.

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UK refers to the visa class. A visa class can have several sub-classes.

Partner(Temporary)(Class UK) has only 1 sub-class: sc. 820.

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UK refers to the visa class. A visa class can have several sub-classes.

Partner(Temporary)(Class UK) has only 1 sub-class: sc. 820.
Is " UK " short for anything?
Or is it just two letters used to specify a certain kind of Visa?

Not that it matters that much to me,
I am just curious. ..


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