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Old 11-11-2012, 10:54 PM
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I applied for 820/801 VISA last year and on 16th OCTOBER 2012 I received letter from Case office asking for Indian Police clearance, Permanent medical, form 80 only one page and proof of living together. They already received my medical results. I have send form 80 Info, Living together proof and receipt of IPCC application on 28th day and they will receive tomorrow which will be 29th I don't CO will accept this or not?


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Old 11-12-2012, 01:05 AM
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That's not good; if they say 28 days, they mean 28 days. What you can do is extend this due date, but considering 28 days are up, you should probably talk to your case officer as soon as possible about this.


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Who is your case office ? If you have the extension number you should call directly and inform about this. If not able to get through the phone, email him.

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Old 11-13-2012, 05:21 PM
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Hey pal,

The same thing happened with me too...but u can always ask for extension in the time provided for delays resulting from reasons beyond ur control..
I had borrowed almost double the alloted time...dont worry. My co asked for some proof that validates the delay, like an ack from the psk where i had applied for my pcc.


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Old 11-14-2012, 08:32 AM
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Hello

You needs not to worry.Kindly forward an extension letter to case officer saying that I have applied for Indian PCC check and will forward you the copy of same once I will receive it.Please find the Indian PCC receipt.

The case officer will definitely wait for your Indian PCC check and provides you an extension of time.

Please do contact if you need any further information.


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