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ACS Expires while visa is in process


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Old 10-15-2013, 08:35 AM
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ACS Expires while visa is in process

Hi,

I have applied for Visa Subclass 190 on 9th Sep 2013. I didn't got case officer assigned yet. My ACS certificate is expires on 5th Dec 2013 (it is in old format with 2 years validity) so if I will not get my visa grant before 5th Dec 2013 then what happend ?? Any body can please guide me on this ??

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Unnat


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