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Old 11-21-2019, 04:59 AM
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I really hope that means you are almost done! We needed to add to our police checks (Chinese check was complex, as was another) we updated everything in April 2019. Still waiting. Don't be discouraged, but do be realistic. And hopefully, you'll also be lucky.
No worries, thank you for being truthful. I'm not discouraged as I already know by now that home office keeps surprising us by taking the time they want and nothing we can do about it but to wait

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Old 11-21-2019, 11:18 AM
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Just received My PR grant. Entry before 21 November 2020. Good luck to all.

DOL - 14.01.2019
PCC 1 - 01.02.2019
MEDICALS - 23.03.2019
RFI - 09.10.2019
PCC 2 - 01.11.2019

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Old 11-21-2019, 11:40 AM
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Just received My PR grant. Entry before 21 November 2020. Good luck to all.

DOL - 14.01.2019
PCC 1 - 01.02.2019
MEDICALS - 23.03.2019
RFI - 09.10.2019
PCC 2 - 01.11.2019

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Congratulation !!!!
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Old 11-21-2019, 12:12 PM
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Just received My PR grant. Entry before 21 November 2020. Good luck to all.

DOL - 14.01.2019
PCC 1 - 01.02.2019
MEDICALS - 23.03.2019
RFI - 09.10.2019
PCC 2 - 01.11.2019

GRANT - 21.11.2019
Thats great news. But why did they request dor another pcc, seems ur firsr one isnt even a year old yet

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Well stupidly, I reached 100 documents limit, in a email reply, I pointed them in email reply about all those documents that can be added there under different headings..
Is it not favourable to almost use up all the slots? I would have thought the more inform3/proof you give the better! After all, isn't it what a case officer wants? Or is it a hassle for them to look through so much evidence?


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Well stupidly, I reached 100 documents limit, in a email reply, I pointed them in email reply about all those documents that can be added there under different headings..
Is it not favourable to almost use up all the slots? I would have thought the more inform3/proof you give the better! After all, isn't it what a case officer wants? Or is it a hassle for them to look through so much evidence?
Quality over quantity. Plus too much uploads means longer process in verification. Makes their work hard. Best to compile all related information in one single pdf. For example all evidence of joint trip in one pdf file, financial aspect all in one pdf file, etc. Saves them the time. Its also helpful when u give table of contents for each pdf.

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Well stupidly, I reached 100 documents limit, in a email reply, I pointed them in email reply about all those documents that can be added there under different headings..
Is it not favourable to almost use up all the slots? I would have thought the more inform3/proof you give the better! After all, isn't it what a case officer wants? Or is it a hassle for them to look through so much evidence?
A lot of people get visas with only using 35 slots and less.
As said above quality over quantity


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Old 11-21-2019, 08:36 PM
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I think everything depend upon the case officer. Yes, lot of people got visas just with few documents, some case officers might think that it must be genuine if they have all these(lots of) proof about everything

Congratulations United. Our DOL is 22/01 so hoping we are not far. Good luck in your life 👍🏻


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Actually more than documents its extra proof’s that won’t really take a lot to check
37- Screenshots of whatsapp video calls to each other
19- Pictures of us with other at some social events
So thats total 56 Things right there 👍🏻


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Is it not favourable to almost use up all the slots? I would have thought the more inform3/proof you give the better! After all, isn't it what a case officer wants? Or is it a hassle for them to look through so much evidence?
If organised correctly you can get 10, 20 or more photos in one file upload. All the 888's together in one file upload, etc.

Fewer, well organised, uploads can be easier for them to read and understand.

Between the two of us we probably had a total of around 30 uploads, for each of the 309 and 820 applications, with even fewer for the 801.

Loads of individual file uploads might be confusing, and might tempt the immigration officer to look at another application instead, and leave that one to later. (They are human after all)

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