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Old 07-27-2013, 02:35 AM
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I've heard conflicting information on that. We got ours certified just to be on the safe side.

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We posted our application yesterday and received an email this morning to say that they have receive our application and it has been acknowledged as a valid application, is this just a confirmation email to say they have it in their office or is this the case officer assignment for us?


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also because the working holiday visa is still valid does that mean that the bridging visa that has been granted won't come into place until the working holiday visa has expired?

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also because the working holiday visa is still valid does that mean that the bridging visa that has been granted won't come into place until the working holiday visa has expired?
Yes, the bridging visa has now been granted but will be of no effect until the WHV expires (upon which the briding visa will come into place).

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Yes, the bridging visa has now been granted but will be of no effect until the WHV expires (upon which the briding visa will come into place).
Thanks speedyetz that's what i thought but just wanted to clarigy. Also do you know the answer to my case officer question? do we receive an email saying we have a case officer or is the initial email about the briding visa and application from our case officer?

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Thanks speedyetz that's what i thought but just wanted to clarigy. Also do you know the answer to my case officer question? do we receive an email saying we have a case officer or is the initial email about the briding visa and application from our case officer?
I'm actually wondering the same thing as I've just received my visa validity confirmation as well.

My guess is that it's not the Case Officer - I think they review applications for validity once they are received (that the right documents have been provided, applicant and sponsor both over 18, etc) but then the application just joins the pile to await assignment of a case officer (who will then actually review the content and substance of the application). This is just my feeling though, someone else might be able to confirm.

It also seems like some people never get notification that they've been assigned a Case Officer. This was the case with my friends who applied onshore earlier this year. All they received was confirmation of validity and then grant of visa (only took them 4 weeks or so).

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