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Incorrect Address on Visa Grant Letter


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Old 11-02-2011, 08:14 PM
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Incorrect Address on Visa Grant Letter

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Finally I recived my letter the last week, my CO forgot to attach it, when I was reading the letter I realized the address is incorrect for one number, instead of being 3 it says 5.
Do you think is a big problem? should my CO change the letter? or can I go to an office in Brisbane and change it once I arrive?

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Old 11-03-2011, 01:22 AM
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Hmm I'm just having a look at my own grant letter but can't seem to find any "Address" details on it, which address are you talking about? Mine was an electronic application though.
Anyways, you can try to call the DIAC office and ask to speak to the CO, stating that you noticed a mistake on your grant letter, he should be able to fix it up for you.

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Old 11-03-2011, 01:24 AM
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Hi alexdavalos12,

You should notice this mistake to them, either email or letter to your CO. Btw, congrats to you, and have a good trip to Au.

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Hello
Do not know if it is a specific format for applications that were approved electronically.
In my letter that are like 3 pages show my name, birth date, name of my partner, as well as the direction in which i will live in Australia, I think it's important to let IMMI know that the address is incorrect.
Anyway I send an email to my CO waiting for a reply, if i dont recive a reply soon I will have to call to Otawa, Im traveling next week.
Thank you very much for your help and good luck with your new life in Australia.

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