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Old 05-19-2015, 09:47 AM
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Which thread did you see this on I like reading what everyone writes we applied 29th August so all exciting
It was on another forum, not sure if I can mention it on here though but as there aren't too many I am sure you will find it it

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Up to 25th July processed so far

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Thats looking more promising for us then. How did you find that out?

I has a look at the Berlin thread earlier and it mentioned they're now waiting for Oct applications to be processed!


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Looks like Berlin are full steam ahead with the grants. Just seen someone who applied on the 28th October had there's granted. Wish London would speed up a bit.


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That is good news that Berlin are issuing visas, means the other embassies must be getting ready to get going. I hope it isn't too far off seen as I have the shippers with me today and tomorrow packing everything up ready for it to be shipped as soon as visa is granted!!!! Let's hope we hear good news soon about London!!


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That is devastating to know that in other parts of Europe October grants are being approved.

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Such a pain, We applied in October....We have decided not to move until this time next year now with all the uncertainty regarding the processing time. So we will have to do a visa run for sure to Oz to activate Hubby's visa, if and when it gets issued.


Also, trying to give every cloud a silver lining, it will give us more time to save up for a house deposit given the £ is now worth more against the $. Here hoping it goes back to the £1 = $2.60 that we had back in 2008!!!

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why people make travel plans without being granted a visa is beyond me.
the whole process is frustrating as fcuk but theres nothing any of us can do until we get the grant email. then you put your plans into action. give your landlord notice, give your job notice, book tickets, book the shipping for your personals etc etc
i literally have no sympathy for people who plan in the hope they get their grant on some loosely defined timeline


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why people make travel plans without being granted a visa is beyond me.
the whole process is frustrating as fcuk but theres nothing any of us can do until we get the grant email. then you put your plans into action. give your landlord notice, give your job notice, book tickets, book the shipping for your personals etc etc
i literally have no sympathy for people who plan in the hope they get their grant on some loosely defined timeline
Agreed....how can you possibly plan to move with a time frame of 10-14 months.

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why people make travel plans without being granted a visa is beyond me.
the whole process is frustrating as fcuk but theres nothing any of us can do until we get the grant email. then you put your plans into action. give your landlord notice, give your job notice, book tickets, book the shipping for your personals etc etc
i literally have no sympathy for people who plan in the hope they get their grant on some loosely defined timeline
Everybody has different situations which they work to, some people are employed, some are self employed and have sold their assets at a profit and see it as a good time to get out with cash in their pocket ready to make future plans as well as financial security with a good deal of uncertainty around.

I always think it best to let people make their own decisions.

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