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Old 06-12-2014, 12:31 PM
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What now though? We just book flights and go? Or do I need to send my passport in or do something else? It feels so weird to actually have the visa!
You can just book your flights and go as long as you have not changed passports they don't use labels in your passport any more it is all linked to your passport.

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Congrats ozzy and chu.

Chu the visa information is emailed to you. Make sure you keep that safe. Visa is attached to your passport number they don't do labels anymore. Go ahead and book your flights.

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You just book flights and go. Print out a copy of your visa grant and keep it with your passport just in case something happens and you need it, but you're unlikely to. Everything's done electronically these days.

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I don't know if I'm just being really stupid or what but I have no idea how to email my CO? Do I just send reply to an email they sent me to inform me that my CO was assigned or I just need to use this form Australian Immigration Enquiry form for Europe ? I guess it probably makes me look silly asking this question but I'm really confused reading about people emailing their CO and I have no idea how to do it Thanks!
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When your CO was assigned, did they give you the CO's email address? Did it come from an address that looked like it belonged to a specific person? Otherwise you can just use the general address you listed above.

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When your CO was assigned, did they give you the CO's email address? Did it come from an address that looked like it belonged to a specific person? Otherwise you can just use the general address you listed above.
Email doesn't look like it belongs to a specific person imo, but it still confuses me how they will know if I use that general address who I'm trying to contact, if I just use my Client ID or TRN (Transaction Reference Number) it will automatically go to my CO?

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Yes. If you provide them your identifying info you just mention, they'll route it to the proper team or CO.

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309 visa granted today, after 8 months 9 days

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309 visa granted today, after 8 months 9 days

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Congratulations!! I can't wait til my will be granted! I still need to wait probably til December .

My CO is VF does anyone else has the same CO?

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