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Old 07-21-2016, 10:19 PM
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You don't need to submit payslips - we never did. Only submit documents that are necessary as they use upload slots.

Accommodation from memory that relates to the sponsors current accommodation.

Our case officer told us anything in Arabic had to be translated to English (including receipts). You may want to ring the embassy on Sunday and ask them just to confirm before you do it. Things could have changed since we did it.


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Hi Mish,

Thanks for your reply before,


I live in morocco and need to send the application to the Cairo office,

My question is regarding online or postal lodgement, which one would be more faster in terms of them receiving it and commencement of the processing !? also in terms of translating even rent certificates in to English since it's a office in a Arabic country don't they have case officers who read and write Arabic, it's a extra expense to translate every little document.

One other question I have would be do you have an estimate for processing times for Moroccan partners

Thank you


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Old 07-21-2016, 11:44 PM
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Online is often recommended, colour scans do not need certification and you can continue to add evidence during the long wait.

The application instructions state all documents in English - I mistakenly sent 2 black and white scanned and translated birth certificates, the Case Officer rang and requested colour scans without translation would be fine with her.


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