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Old 06-22-2016, 05:54 AM
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oh my! it seems that I will be in the waiting game. Some people are granted right away other dont

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You really should go straight to an 801 ... kill two birds with one stone
I hope so ,thank u ��


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Old 06-23-2016, 06:58 AM
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The police check turnaround was only a few days. All was submitted in about a week. That was in April and we've heard nothing since.
It looked promising for a while, but we've resumed our seat in the waiting room.

philipg, thanks for sharing. I'm in the same boat. Immi requested further info in May, all doc submitted soon after that and heard nothing since. It got my hope up for a while but now back to the waiting room... I wish you get your grant soon.


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Well after much yelling and screaming at the computer over the last few days we have submitted our 801.

Because I am spreadsheet illiterate, please can someone update the spreadsheet with out details?

Thanks


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Old 06-24-2016, 08:08 AM
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Ugghhh do we really have to do form 80 again for the 801 application? It's one of the suggested document uploads on my application attachment page but I didn't see it as one of the required documents on the document checklist?? Any enlightenment?


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Ugghhh do we really have to do form 80 again for the 801 application? It's one of the suggested document uploads on my application attachment page but I didn't see it as one of the required documents on the document checklist?? Any enlightenment?
Form 80? Which one was that?

We're still recovering from the Brexit, two days of putting the last two years of our lives into 60 documents or less and the fact that one of our 888 witnesses has no ID documents.


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Old 06-24-2016, 09:36 AM
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Well after much yelling and screaming at the computer over the last few days we have submitted our 801.

Because I am spreadsheet illiterate, please can someone update the spreadsheet with out details?

Thanks
I have filled in all details for you except for the eligibility date. What is the eligibility date?


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Old 06-24-2016, 09:39 AM
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Form 80? Which one was that?

We're still recovering from the Brexit, two days of putting the last two years of our lives into 60 documents or less and the fact that one of our 888 witnesses has no ID documents.
How can they not have any ID documents? Surely if they are a citizen they have a birth certificate or a passport? If PR they would have to have a passport.....

Form 80 is the form you always remember. It is a really long form that asks about the previous travel.

Also you will probably kill me but .... you get 120 documents. 60 under the applicant and 60 under the sponsor. When you log back in the sponsor one appears with another 60 slots


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Old 06-24-2016, 09:41 AM
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Ugghhh do we really have to do form 80 again for the 801 application? It's one of the suggested document uploads on my application attachment page but I didn't see it as one of the required documents on the document checklist?? Any enlightenment?
We didn't supply it since we provided it previously. From what I saw it looks like the suggested items are the same as the 820. If they need the form 80 they will ask for it. I have only ever seen one person asked for the form 80 and they had not provided it at either PMV or 820 stage.


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Hi mish. Do you know if they will ask for medical before they grant 801? Thanks


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