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Old 05-16-2013, 05:46 PM
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Dear all,
Can you please help me to understand this sentence, that was in the e-mail from the Case Officer? Probably it's a standard answer..

"This letter confirms that your payment has been receipted and the initial assessment against relevant legislative requirements for your visa application was completed."

Probably they checked only if all the documents were there and if they were ok.
Then, after they receive the medical results, what happens?
They start reading my love story and look at the photo album and if they are not sure about what they read, they phone me for the interview??
We have just married, but we know each other since we were... 15!!
And our story is like a romance novel... I hope the CO will like it. By the way my CO is Mr MB, does anyone has been assigned to him?
Grazie and ciao ciao!!


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sorry i seem to have posted the same thing twice...


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Dear all,
Can you please help me to understand this sentence, that was in the e-mail from the Case Officer? Probably it's a standard answer..

"This letter confirms that your payment has been receipted and the initial assessment against relevant legislative requirements for your visa application was completed."
The initial assessment is to make sure the application has been properly made. This is to ensure the Application form is correctly filled in, the correct fee has been paid, and the required information has been supplied.
So that means your application is complete and filled in correctly.

After your medicals you have to wait till your CO tells you its cleared or when B status it's referred to australia for further assesment.


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Old 05-17-2013, 08:36 AM
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thank you

For the explanation. So they still have to read all the relationship stuff and blah blah. The more I think about it, the less I'm sure about what we gave them and I'm getting anxious.
We didn't provide much, though
If they need more, they will ask.

Another thing: you mentioned a "B status": what kind of things are assessed in Australia?

Wow, now I can show my timeline!!
Thanks for help.
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i understand you're getting anxcious. i was too (still a bit tho).
We didnt send in much either. Only our story and pictures + stat decs from family and friends. But that seemed to be enough as there is no further information requierd.

As for the B grade there is a big list of why and when the panel doctor can give you an A or B. here is a link.. go to page 46.
http://www.immi.gov.au/gateways/pane...structions.pdf

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For the explanation. So they still have to read all the relationship stuff and blah blah. The more I think about it, the less I'm sure about what we gave them and I'm getting anxious.
We didn't provide much, though
If they need more, they will ask.

Another thing: you mentioned a "B status": what kind of things are assessed in Australia?

Wow, now I can show my timeline!!
Thanks for help.
Ciao!!
I don't think you should worry. All that we've sent was: our letters (closer to essays ), literally two pictures and a couple wedding invitations plus the stat declarations. And btw all of our personal stuff is being sent back to us.

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Old 05-17-2013, 10:02 AM
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I had never seen that document. Now I understand. The doctor said everything was ok, so I shouldn't worry about that.
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I don't think you should worry. All that we've sent was: our letters (closer to essays ), literally two pictures and a couple wedding invitations plus the stat declarations. And btw all of our personal stuff is being sent back to us.
After how many months did you get your personal stuff back?


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After how many months did you get your personal stuff back?
Didn't get it yet. CO called yesterday and said she'll send it back. We'll see how long it takes


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Ah ok sorry thought you already got it back.

How exciting everything must be for you.. do you know when you'll be going to aus?


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