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Old 03-01-2018, 11:34 PM
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I don't see why not. No guarantee that a CO is going to know your relationship is registered if you don't as I doubt they go through old evidence from previously closed applications.
Thanks Skybluebrewer. I am happy that you mentioned that because I didn't not think of it that way. I was under the impression that when CO's start assessing 801 evidence they would go through the evidence that has been submitted for the 820, just to make sure there is consistency in both applications.

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Old 03-02-2018, 12:20 AM
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I don't think they would but I can't be 100% sure. They only really care if the relationship is still ongoing at the 801 stage really, at least that's how I see it.

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Old 03-02-2018, 01:09 AM
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I don't think they would but I can't be 100% sure. They only really care if the relationship is still ongoing at the 801 stage really, at least that's how I see it.
Interesting! I have always wondered, if someone has been waiting for 18 months for the 820 grant and in 4 months they are eligible to apply for 801, would they only be providing evidence for the last 6 months?

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Old 03-04-2018, 01:28 AM
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Interesting! I have always wondered, if someone has been waiting for 18 months for the 820 grant and in 4 months they are eligible to apply for 801, would they only be providing evidence for the last 6 months?

I agree, have wondered the same thing. It seems a bit strange to upload evidence for only a few months as it probably would be very light. At least, my fiance and I can go months without major purchases, official invitations to social events such as weddings etc, and other events that generate "solid evidence". Even if it's been 13 months since the 820 grant for us, I feel like the evidence for the 801 is much less than the 820. Mostly joint bills and saving for a house deposit, and a few pictures (we are both terrible at taking photos, luckily a mutual friend is much better so she a few good ones of us ).

And to your post a few pages ago, yes - the civil partnership certificate is the relationship certificate And after reading what Skybluebrewer says I must say that makes total sense, so I'm happy I included it in the 801, even if it was already uploaded to the 820. I would assume the case officer has access to the 820 files for comparison, but just in case they don't I think it's better to upload one document too many than the other way around.

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As for the sponsor stat dec - what have you guys done if you run out of space to write? My fiance (sponsor) wrote much more than what can fit into those tiny boxes. Should he write "see further statement" and then make a separate document to address the questions? He also thought about converting the PDF into a Word doc so he can type the answers, but I don't know if this allowed?

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Old 03-04-2018, 01:38 AM
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Interesting! I have always wondered, if someone has been waiting for 18 months for the 820 grant and in 4 months they are eligible to apply for 801, would they only be providing evidence for the last 6 months?
Pretty much. They don't need to see anything since they last assessed your relationship. That being said, if there was evidence that I didn't upload for the last assessment, then I would include that even if it was before the grant of the 820.

Basically, no need to repeat evidence they've already seen. So evidence since last grant, unless you want to include something that wasn't seen.

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As for the sponsor stat dec - what have you guys done if you run out of space to write? My fiance (sponsor) wrote much more than what can fit into those tiny boxes. Should he write "see further statement" and then make a separate document to address the questions? He also thought about converting the PDF into a Word doc so he can type the answers, but I don't know if this allowed?
You don't need to use the boxes at all. You can type "see statement" and type it all out in a Word document.

That being said, it is my personal opinion the boxes are there and are limited to what they are for a reason. If they wanted to read more than that, they could have made them longer.

So we used the boxes each time and kept it short, sweet, and to the point. Quality over quantity.

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I will add this though... either use the boxes or don't. Don't split half the statement in the boxes and the other half in a separate upload. That will just confuse things.

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You don't need to use the boxes at all. You can type "see statement" and type it all out in a Word document.

That being said, it is my personal opinion the boxes are there and are limited to what they are for a reason. If they wanted to read more than that, they could have made them longer.

So we used the boxes each time and kept it short, sweet, and to the point. Quality over quantity.

Thanks! He ended up converting the PDF to a Word doc and then typed in the boxes

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On the 'recommended' documents... there is the form 80. I uploaded form 80 for the 820. It's so loooong and tedious and they ask for information, list siblings, family... eduaction, addresses and jobs for the last 10 years, and no i have to do all that again? Not much has changed since the last one. Did you guys do it? (Obviously it's worth doing for a visa. I'm just dreading it)

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