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Old 02-27-2015, 05:07 AM
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Hi Niall - It always says 100. Sorry to be the buzzkill, haha. Your application for the 309 is also considered an application for the 100. When it's time for the 100, while we like to call it an "application" around here, when you provide evidence for your second-stage visa it's technically a "reassessment" rather than a new application, and there's no fee.

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haha, it was nice while it lasted .
co rang me today, he apologised for the mix up with the communcation going to my agent and said my case is assessed , no need for further docs, he notes i gave my irish and aussie police certs already but said it isnt an issue and just go ahead and book the medical for august. i actually skipped home from work after the phone call

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Let's hope being the start of the week all this visa's will be processed - too quite for my liking


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Old 03-02-2015, 06:58 PM
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Hi

I just wondered if anyone has any recent experience for applications via London. I know they're quoting 10-14 months but wondered what the reality maybe?

I'm 6 months down the line and have completed my medical today (the first day after the date given by my CO). I should receive my police certificate later this week and the medical info will be uploaded electronically in the next week or so. No further requests for info have been made by my CO.

I was curious to know how long people are waiting for their visa to be granted post medical and police check submission?

Also does anyone know how to contact your CO in London directly? All info I have is generic e.g. email and call centre phone number.

Thanks in advance.

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Does anyone know when in changed in 10-14 months? So we know who will be first lot to get grants?!?


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Old 03-02-2015, 08:38 PM
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I believe it was August 1st 2014. I applied August 29th and they had only just changed then. On the bright side I beat the 50% price increase

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I believe it was August 1st 2014. I applied August 29th and they had only just changed then. On the bright side I beat the 50% price increase
We applied exactly the same day as you!

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Fingers crossed it was just the 2 of us lol!

Have you completed the medical etc yet or heard anything in terms of processing?


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We have completed all Medicals and police checks and they are showing as complete on our file and been told don't need anymore paper work! Just a waiting game now! Think earliest is june 29th we leave in middle August


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We applied exactly the same day as you!
We'll be watching your timelines with great interest!

We applied at the begining of November (as soon as we could once we found out about the changed waiting times!) we're hoping to head over at the end of October so are desperately hoping that its nearer the 10/11 months wait for the earlier applications!

Fingers crossed for all!!

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