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Old 10-05-2010, 01:19 AM
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My wife says that we did fill in the 956 form for contact from the immi department to our migration officer we have received one email from our migration officer from the co saying he needed more stuff that was missing so we called and this is when the co told us what he wanted. We have given him everything he asked for but haven't heard back we asked the migration guy and he said he emailed the co and the respond from that was all ok don't worry they got medicals last week. Now too me that means nothing it's no straight answer. I have told my wife maybe we should just email the co ourselves? But I don't want to jinx stuff or get him annoyed that we emailed and bugging him. If we do email is there a way we can guess what's going on if he needs anything else without being annoying? Thanks for your replies and time you have been great.


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Old 10-05-2010, 05:04 AM
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You really need to get a grip on which way you want to run with this from here on in for
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My wife says that we did fill in the 956 form for contact from the immi department to our migration officer
That implies that you want correspondence to be between the Immigration Case Officer and your Agent
You are basically agreeing to Immigration using your Agent as means of contact.

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we asked the migration guy and he said he emailed the co and the respond from that was all ok don't worry they got medicals last week. Now too me that means nothing it's no straight answer.
And you will just support a three way I did, he did type confused scenario until the CO says bugger this, you have authorised your agent to be the contact and I am not going to be stuffed about because of lack of communication between an agent and their client.
If I was the CO, I would not have even responded to you.

If you want you or your wife to be the nominated contact, you need to specify that
So do that if you intend as per your statement:
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I have told my wife maybe we should just email the co ourselves?
And use another Form 956 or just put up with waiting and contact via your agent.
But I don't want to jinx stuff or get him annoyed that we emailed and bugging him. If we do email is there a way we can guess what's going on if he needs anything else without being annoying?
And again you need to absorb that a visa application is one of many being considered simultaneously and so there are weeks or even months between different steps and if you nominate yourself as the contact now you do not need to be otherwise contacting the CO for when they need any additional information it will be asked for or if there is a decision made you will be advised.
Absolutely no need or point in guessing at what is going on.





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Old 10-05-2010, 11:32 AM
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Hello wanderer I called him this morning our agent to confirm he sent everything as I have sent he said he spoke too co for 5 minutes and was told he had everything so I said is everything everything I sent you he said yes yes everything I asked him what else he needed and he said if I had anything through the post etc in the last three weeks just send it scan it through and he would take it. We didn't call the co but we can't think of anything else to send I mean we even sent a letter from the local council confirming that we do live at the address we are for the last two years. I know they have tons of cases and maybe we are just worrying for nothing but if something went wrong then I couldn't live with the fact that maybe I could have done something better. It's tough as well when most of the bills are in my name but we do have two joint bank accounts and rental agreements together. Sorry wanderer for being a pain as you must hear so many moans and worries. Just thankyou for being a person that knows how to help.


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Old 10-06-2010, 12:00 AM
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My wife called co in the afternoon he said he had received everything and also spoke to our agent he said everything looks good from where I'm sitting he just needs to assess the file further because he has only gone through it briefly but if he needs anything else he will send email to our agent. He seemed really nice my wife said so it sort of put a nice hope for us and lifted our spirits fingers crossed. Also I know they are so busy but the second part of the rest of the documents he needed that where missing he got only three weeks ago. Thanks again wanderer for your replies.


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