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Old 01-16-2020, 07:01 AM
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"I confirm I have provided information as requested" question

Hello everyone!

A bit of background info, I have lodged an 820 partner application from a PMV 300 on Jan 9th 2020, and on Jan 14th the case officer sent an email to provide specific documents within 28 days.
I have collected and uploaded the requested documents and noticed that the grey button at the bottom of the "Attach documents" page is active. However, I am still in the process of collecting other supportive documentation, as well as police checks, bank statements...etc.
My question is, do I click it now that I have collected the requested documents or do I have to try and collect as much of my supportive documentation as possible within the 28 days, so that my case can be assessed properly?
I'm just worried that if I click the button now, they'll see that I still have a lot of missing documents and might refuse my visa.


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Old 01-16-2020, 07:32 AM
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I would wait until you have provided the information they have requested.


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Old 01-16-2020, 08:23 PM
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If you click it, a delegate can make a decision on what has been provided.
I sent this to a client this morning:

Dear XXX

XXX document received and uploaded and immigration were informed that the requested documents have been provided:

By confirming that you have provided the requested information you acknowledge that the department may proceed to make a decision on the application without waiting until the end of the period specified in the request for information correspondence sent in relation to this application. Your acknowledgement will be communicated to the department. The department aims to process applications within service level standards and will advise the applicant of the outcome of this application.

Your update was successful. The application will be assigned for processing as soon as possible in line with departmental priorities.

Different delegates can be assigned to processing an application at different times and there is no assurance that what might satisfy one delegate will satisfy another,

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