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ACS Letter correction


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Old 07-15-2016, 09:15 PM
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ACS Letter correction

Hi,

I have made a small mistake in my statutory declaration on one of the end dates in my assignment in a different location but for the same company, and got the results as well.


Here is the one in the ACS letter

05/11 to 05/13 - Company X, Job Y, Location - UK
05/13 to 05/14 - Company X, Job Y, Location - India

But I left UK by April 30 2013 and started working in India for the same company from 2 May 2013. It is my bad I mentioned end month as May 2013 in Statutory declaration

should this be an issue with DIAC, or I continue following the same date across future references, or should I get this changed in ACS letter.
But my exit date from UK as in passport stamp is April 30 2013.
will DIAC be validating at this level or it should be fine as it is still with the same company.


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Old 07-17-2016, 02:44 AM
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Best to write to ACS and correct the error. It shouldn't make much difference to your assessment. Make sure you get all the dates right for your visa application.

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Best to write to ACS and correct the error. It shouldn't make much difference to your assessment. Make sure you get all the dates right for your visa application.
Hi Jeremy,

Thanks for your reply.

Does ACS make corrections like that, it was due to my mistake in the statutory declaration. Should we sumbit as review and pay 350 $ to make this correction?

Thanks
V


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Old 07-17-2016, 05:51 AM
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How about you phone them and find out.

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