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Old 09-15-2010, 05:28 AM
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thts good.....but after 4 months also they didn't ask your medical...?

From your exp how long do I need to wait for a reply from Visa office ?....I knw its only 1 week after my submission..but jst to knw how it will work.....

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Old 09-16-2010, 04:54 AM
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I received an auto reply within a week mentioning the CO name, I then received an email from my CO after 3 months. Probably you may be aware that the applications sent to Islamabad office has been transferred to Dubai office and Islamabad was handling application from Afghanistan as well.

They have not requested for Medical as yet. A person can proceed with the medical before it is requested by the consulate but, if the visa is not granted within 1 year of the medical, they may request you to once again to do it.

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Old 09-16-2010, 05:20 AM
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So you are saying that the dubai office will have work load enough to delay our visa...oh my god...

Actually I frontloaded my PCC from Dubai and India..and medical too...PCC was 2 months old when I submitted may be I have to get a new PCC next month...what do u think....

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Just wait and see is about the best thing to do.

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I am a bit confused on the PCC, from what I understand the PCC is normally valid for 1 year but in the UAE PCC, its mentioned 3 months while the Indian PCC nothing is mentioned so it should be valid for a year...I don’t think you have to get another UAE PCC unless they ask for it, anyway its takes a couple of days to get the UAE PCC. You should ask your agent who would be able to advise.

As Wanderer has said we have to just wait & see

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Old 09-16-2010, 06:47 AM
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yep....tht is right...its a game of patience....

My agent is from Australia...they are saying PCC is valid for 1 as you said UAE says its valid only 3 months....

But....if in ur case they didn't had any specific action since last 3 months..thn I should also wait for atleast 3 months for a reply.....

Keep posting abt ur updates...n best wishes....

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