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Old 01-31-2014, 04:19 PM
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Hi all,

*Applied offshore @ Washington*

I was seeing if anyone has any ideas about when you lodge your Application and when the time they receive it..Do they just leave it like in a file somewhere? Or do they actually look through an application to see if anything brings it to their attention that they contact the applicant to let them know more paperworks are needed?

--I hope that made sense... i was just wanting to know if they do an initial assessment of the apps or no? -_-

--I applied for pmv 300 pretty straight forward..My fiance and i. No children, never been married.. I'm about to leave in 3 weeks on my tourist 676 and i got email from general enquiry stating my CO receieved my emails on.my travel arrangements. Im just praying if they need further docs. They would let me know before hand!!! (This has been haunting me).. i know ive asked this before but has anyone HEARD of Someone going offshore then having to come back because the CO didnt ask for more docs until AFTER they left or anything in that area...? Ive already sent in a complete application including my form 80.
Thank you in advance!

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Old 02-11-2014, 04:57 AM
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Just wanted to reply to myself LOL. i did get the answer to my question Here. Almost 4 months and they have NOT done thorough assessment yet. :'( Waiting Patiently.. Im happy to be seeing more and more grants recently from Washington though. :-)

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