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Old 03-23-2018, 04:34 AM
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Hi guys,
I have just received the following email after re-submitting my requested documents:

“Deal client.
If we require more information we will contact you by phone, email or postal mail. If a decision is made on your application we will contact you by email or postal mail”


It was sent by someone else from the Jakarta office..... Has anyone else received this email and why was it not sent from my case officer? Bit confused by this

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Old 03-23-2018, 04:35 AM
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ALSO has anyone ever had a request for further documents more than once?

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You're case officer doesn't necessarily deal with all aspects of your application.

Yes I know of people that have had multiple requests for further information after providing further information. They also received a visit from the department.

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Old 03-23-2018, 04:39 AM
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You're case officer doesn't necisarily deal with all aspects of your application.

Yes I know of people that have had multiple requests for further information after providing further information. They also received a visit from the department.
Oh ok here’s me thinking that was great news that I only had to add my medical and police clearances

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It probably is good news. I would be expecting a grant sooner rather then later.

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It probably is good news. I would be expecting a grant sooner rather then later.

Really really hoping so.
I guess if they wanted to ask for more documents in relation to the different aspects they would’ve done so whilst asking for my police & medical but who knows we’ll see what happens *praying

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Really really hoping so.
I guess if they wanted to ask for more documents in relation to the different aspects they would’ve done so whilst asking for my police & medical but who knows we’ll see what happens *praying
You would have thought so. I'm going to go out on a limb and say 8 days ;P let's start a sweepstake

The instance I was talking about was asking for other documents then a visit because they weren't convinced by the documents and then a request for further info on the nature of the household. It resulted in a grant but was stressful for them.

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Yes, they've asked for info after asking for info before.

You don't just have one CO. Anyone can pick up your app so it is not uncommon to have two or more dealing with you. I had 2 for my 300 and only the one for my 820 that I was aware of as that went straight to grant.

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Really really hoping so.
I guess if they wanted to ask for more documents in relation to the different aspects they would’ve done so whilst asking for my police & medical but who knows we’ll see what happens *praying
You would have thought so. I'm going to go out on a limb and say 8 days &#x1f61c; let's start a sweepstake <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />

The instance I was talking about was asking for other documents then a visit because they weren't convinced by the documents and then a request for further info on the nature of the household. It resulted in a grant but was stressful for them.

Lol that’s my next scary thing.. I’m going back to the UK in 10 days for 2 weeks, I have my BVB and I have informed my CO that I’m going via email but I’m
Still sooooo scared incase they try to grant it when I’m over seas ahhhh


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Yes, they've asked for info after asking for info before.

You don't just have one CO. Anyone can pick up your app so it is not uncommon to have two or more dealing with you. I had 2 for my 300 and only the one for my 820 that I was aware of as that went straight to grant.
I understand they’ve asked for more info after Info but more so if they still wernt convinced? Would it be unlikely to ask for
More info after only asking for med and AFP cert? Thanks sky


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