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Old 06-11-2014, 06:49 AM
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To add to the bizarreness, I just tried it on a Firefox browser instead and it shows "11/8/2012." What the....

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Is your primary browser set to display dates in the US format, no matter the actual format of where they are hosted?

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No - in fact, the operating system on my current computer was downloaded in Australia, as were all the other programs on my computer. I have them all set to Australian English, etc. because I want to learn to spell things the Aussie way, haha. I'll check the settings, but it would be bizarre if it is set that way.

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Anyway, sorry for the confusion happyheros, but you can see where it came from! They really need to change the way that webpage works.

I'm still not seeing how that leads panda to believe the eligibility date is two years plus two months after you applied, though - if someone applied on 11 August 2012 and is eligible to apply now, that would indicate they're eligible to apply two months *before* their two year anniversary, not two months after. (Though of course the application won't be procesesed until after hte actual two-year anniversary date).

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Dynamic dates

Hi CG - The Immigration website is scripted and can detect the geographic location of the viewer. Depending on the scripting language used it can set the date format on dynamic pages accordingly. This would happen unless the programmer explicitly formats the date in fixed format, regardless of the viewers location. Hope this helps a bit.

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What in the actual heck? That is BIZARRE. Why would it show up two different ways?

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Anyway, sorry for the confusion happyheros, but you can see where it came from! They really need to change the way that webpage works.

I'm still not seeing how that leads panda to believe the eligibility date is two years plus two months after you applied, though - if someone applied on 11 August 2012 and is eligible to apply now, that would indicate they're eligible to apply two months *before* their two year anniversary, not two months after. (Though of course the application won't be procesesed until after hte actual two-year anniversary date).
Hi CG, I agree with you, the immigration department will normally send request for additional information 2 months prior to the actual eligible date, definitely not 2 months after the eligible date.


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Hi CG - The Immigration website is scripted and can detect the geographic location of the viewer. Depending on the scripting language used it can set the date format on dynamic pages accordingly. This would happen unless the programmer explicitly formats the date in fixed format, regardless of the viewers location. Hope this helps a bit.
Considering I'm in Sydney, I think it *failed* at determining my geographic location.

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To add to the bizarreness, I just tried it on a Firefox browser instead and it shows "11/8/2012." What the....
It is to do with the browser. IE shows it as Saturday..... where Google Chrome and Firefox show it is 11/8/2012.

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Wandering dates...

Hi Mish and CG
Thanks for pointing out the browser inconsistency too, as well as the two months error. I have just sent them detailed feedback on date display in four different browsers. Hope it assists... Cheers

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It is to do with the browser. IE shows it as Saturday..... where Google Chrome and Firefox show it is 11/8/2012.

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Smile Application for 801

Dear ocalhbt,

I expect to submit application for 801 in this October.
So I would like to know that:
- Can I make AFP before October?
- Beside of Photos, Bill, Air Ticket.. can you recommend what should I prepared for submit my application for 801?
- Do I need to do health check again or not?
- Can you advice me what are your experiences?

Thank,
Manito

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