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Old 03-07-2016, 08:20 PM
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On form 80 he simply provides the name and address of the employer, plus (I think) his job job title. So the fact that the company has shut down wouldn't matter. A lot of companies shut down.

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we've done our partner visa and visitor visa - CO for partner visa assigned and requested form 80 so far does anyone know how strict they are with form 80s? Only because, one business my husband worked for closed down, so he couldn't get in touch with them, so wondering if that will seem suspicious or something? We did state that the business has closed down.
I had the same thing, when they asked for an address I simply write 'this business closed down 4 years ago.'
My visa was granted a few weeks ago so it didn't cause any problems.


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Thanks for that info guys!

On another note, I'm quite shocked at how quickly we had a CO assigned. I've heard it can take months for them to request forms but for us it happened in a week, is this normal or have we somehow hit the 309 lottery by getting a case officer signed super quickly?


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And then there was silence!


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Well, we'll see what happens after we get through this seemingly necessary 4 day weekend for women's day ;-;


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Any news from anyone?

this thread has been quite lately,

I've also noticed the amount of applications recorded on the excel spread sheet link are down from last year

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Moscow no longer process Ukraine, not sure if other countries were also reallocated.


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Based on the spreadsheet data, the processing times for the visas granted in the 3 months till the end of March has blown out to 11.2 months, this is compared to the 2015 average of 8.8 months.

I wonder if the visa fee increase from 1 July 2015 has resulted in a drop in partner visa applications?

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Old 04-07-2016, 07:22 AM
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We had contact from the embassy in Moscow today, requesting the Form 80 and other information. So for us that was 9.5 months from application to first contact.

We will get them the info requested asap and hopefully a decision won't be too far away!

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That's strange, we got a form 80 request within a month. I wonder what makes them request forms at such different times. Also, maybe contact them and ask about form 80 processing times as I've heard the security check can take a long time from certain countries, so hopefully you won't be waiting longer for that.


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