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Old 12-11-2012, 10:21 PM
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me and my fiance will be lodging our visa next Tuesday, a week from today. we will be sending it to the washington dc consulate. do we have to call them and tell them,or just send it???


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me and my fiance will be lodging our visa next Tuesday, a week from today. we will be sending it to the washington dc consulate. do we have to call them and tell them,or just send it???
We just mailed our application. Don't expect to hear back from them anytime soon though, it took them weeks to acknowledge our application and that was only after we called and asked them to acknowledge it. Check your credit card it you are paying that way, that is how we knew they got it, they took the payment the same day our application arrived.

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Assuming the application is for a subclass 300 Prospective Marriage Visa, you may want to double check that the visa application will arrive and be accepted (ie, the embassy is open for business and accepting applications on that day) by 31 December as the fee for that visa goes up $620 for all applications received 1 January and after. If the correct fee is not paid, it's considered an invalid application.

Congrats on your engagement and good luck with your case!

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