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Old 03-02-2014, 05:53 AM
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Awesome! I stand corrected! That's good news for you, kangaroogirl! Maybe your other email with your BVA just got lost somehow...
I hope so...... Fingers crossed.

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Ok, this is a stupid question which I'm sure you've already considered but have you checked your junk mail folder? Could it be possible that your email spam filter sent the second email to your junk/spam folder?

I'm sure you've already looked, but just thought I would throw that out there because things like that have happened to me on more than one occasion

P.S I just asked hubby and he thinks that his bridging visa did come as a separate email and not attached to the first email, which is what I thought I remembered. Sounds more and more like the email got lost somewhere, especially since you can upload documents for your application - which would indicate that it's gone through.

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I got 4 documents attached from my agent once my application was in
1) HAP ID medical document
2) Payment receipt
3) 2 page Visa Application Summary
4) 6 page "Acknowledgement Valid Application Received" - this is the one that had my bridging visa attached

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I got 4 documents attached from my agent once my application was in
1) HAP ID medical document
2) Payment receipt
3) 2 page Visa Application Summary
4) 6 page "Acknowledgement Valid Application Received" - this is the one that had my bridging visa attached
Yes, that's what I thought we got, but hubby is saying he got a separate email with the bridging visa....but he's got a terrible memory - unless it involves sex or food, his mind is like a sieve, so I'm gonna go with what I remember

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No it's not in junk unfortunately. See you guys got an acknowledgement letter saying it was a valid application and mine says it has not yet been assessed as valid.

I don't know. I just gotta hope they can fix it tomorrow.

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I'm sure things will be fine. The last glitch got sorted easily enough. I am sure this one will too :-) just try and he some sleep tonight.

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I'm sure things will be fine. The last glitch got sorted easily enough. I am sure this one will too :-) just try and he some sleep tonight.
Thank you... I will try... Not looking good though.

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I got my acknowledgement letter immediately in a separate email when I applied (and before the sponsor part was submitted). However, my acknowledgement letter also said that they hadn't assessed the validity of the application yet:

"The department has not yet assessed the validity of the application made by the applicant(s) listed above. The department will contact you if it assesses the application made by any of the above applicant(s) is invalid."

My visa was a "simple one" (PMV to Partner) and there were no special circumstances (like debt to the government) so not getting the bridging visa right away really might just have been a fluke in the system.

Hopefully they'll be able to help you today, don't despair just yet


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I got my acknowledgement letter immediately in a separate email when I applied (and before the sponsor part was submitted). However, my acknowledgement letter also said that they hadn't assessed the validity of the application yet:

"The department has not yet assessed the validity of the application made by the applicant(s) listed above. The department will contact you if it assesses the application made by any of the above applicant(s) is invalid."

My visa was a "simple one" (PMV to Partner) and there were no special circumstances (like debt to the government) so not getting the bridging visa right away really might just have been a fluke in the system.

Hopefully they'll be able to help you today, don't despair just yet
How soon after did you get the BVA?

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I got it exactly at the same time as the ack email


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