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Old 06-16-2013, 01:35 AM
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ok this just sound like it will delay the assessments...very strange!
Maybe they are looking for other evidence and if they are not satisfied with what applicants have submitted they will ask for the 888s.Who knows?
Very hard to know what they want...lol

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Haha I agree with you AJ67! It is very odd.
You're going to Australia today right? You must be bursting with excitement! ��

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Hello, I remember they said it to me also when I phoned to London at the call center: do not give 888 form unless they ask you so.
Anyway, it will be a 7 months wait. They need to justify their time lapse in some way. If not why should it take so long, if they have already everything in their hands???
So they will ask for it at a later stage.

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Hello everyone! I´m off to Australia today!!! So excited!!! LOL
I´ve hardly slept since my visa was granted on wednesday...possibly one nights sleep in total...lol
I was up packing till 4am and I´m still not done..hahaha
Going to fly out from Copenhagen,then Amsterdam to Abu Dhabi to finally arrive in Sydney on tuesday night.
Can´t wait to be in the arms of my partner again!!!!
He´s superexcited and happy I made it home till his fiftieth birthday
3 hours drive home and next morning off to QLD to celebrate him with his family
Can´t wait to see my mother in law aswell,she´s been so supportive to us
I´ll be checking in here later.
Wish you all the to get your visas granted asap,you deserve it!!
Best of luck!! Hugs and support to all of yous
xoxoxo,Anette

PS Anyone know if there´s a dress code for women in Abu Dhabi?
I won´t be leaving the airport but have a long stop there..Don´t want to break their rules and get into trouble..lol

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Aj67 that is so exciting!!!! I'll be thinking of you!

I flew through Abu Dhabi last time i went home and you can wear your normal clothes in the airport (i wouldn't wear anything to revealing) i was in trackies and a simple long sleeve shirt for the long plane ride

Have fun!

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Aj67 that is so exciting!!!! I'll be thinking of you!

I flew through Abu Dhabi last time i went home and you can wear your normal clothes in the airport (i wouldn't wear anything to revealing) i was in trackies and a simple long sleeve shirt for the long plane ride

Have fun!
Oh cool... Thanks for getting back so soon!!
Im a bit less stressed now awesome!!!

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Hi AJ67,

Transit in Abu Dhabi was part of my usual route between Australia and Jordan, where I lived with my husband, and I have seen all sorts of things being worn without trouble. My own usual, since I was flying into Jordan - another country where's it's important to be modestly dressed - was a top with full or three-quarter sleeves and either trousers or a long skirt. But no matter what you wear you will likely receive stares from other people local to the region who are also transitting through - just ignore that. You certainly won't get into trouble in the airport.

Have a safe trip and enjoy your reunion!

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Thanks Adventuress!!
I´m off to fly out from Denmark now
xoxo

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All the best for you Anette! Have a safe trip to Australia, your next home.
I wish you a long a happy life with your partner wherever you want to live.

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Hello, I remember they said it to me also when I phoned to London at the call center: do not give 888 form unless they ask you so.
Anyway, it will be a 7 months wait. They need to justify their time lapse in some way. If not why should it take so long, if they have already everything in their hands???
So they will ask for it at a later stage.
Still seems so strange to me! It must be that with the length of time these are taking now they're concerned the statements are too out-of-date by the time they get around to processing. Still bizarre, given that if you applied without 2 Forms 888 onshore (with an 820) there's no way they'd process it! Crazy.

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