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Incorrect IELTS date in EOI.


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Old 11-15-2014, 08:41 PM
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Incorrect IELTS date in EOI.

Hello,

I have applied my EOI under 189, about 2 weeks back and received invitation yesterday. When I was about to lodge my VISA application, I realised that I had incorrectly mentioned the "date of test" of my IELTS exam in the EOI. I took 2 attempts of IELTS, as my first attempt did not yield me expected results, finally the second one gave me necessary band. But, when I filed the EOI, I gave my TRF numbers and the scores correctly, but mentioned the date of test as the first one. I do appreciate and understand that this is an unforgivable mistake, but I need to know if I need to file a new EOI for this mistake? I noticed that the VISA application allows me to "edit" the IELTS date of test, so I will ensure that all the information in my VISA application are 100% valid, but I am worried if immigration will treat the "change of date" between the EOI and VISA as a problem?

In all honesty, I applied the EOI after the issuance of my last IELTS exam results, duly attested by the correct TRF number etc, but I am worried what this incorrect date in the EOI mean?

Your earliest assistance is sincerely appreciated.

Thanks.

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Old 11-16-2014, 05:23 AM
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That shouldn't be a problem. As long as you put the correct scores and the date of the 2nd test when you got those scores was before you lodged your EOI then you will comply with the regulations.

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Hello,

I have applied my EOI under 189, about 2 weeks back and received invitation yesterday. When I was about to lodge my VISA application, I realised that I had incorrectly mentioned the "date of test" of my IELTS exam in the EOI. I took 2 attempts of IELTS, as my first attempt did not yield me expected results, finally the second one gave me necessary band. But, when I filed the EOI, I gave my TRF numbers and the scores correctly, but mentioned the date of test as the first one. I do appreciate and understand that this is an unforgivable mistake, but I need to know if I need to file a new EOI for this mistake? I noticed that the VISA application allows me to "edit" the IELTS date of test, so I will ensure that all the information in my VISA application are 100% valid, but I am worried if immigration will treat the "change of date" between the EOI and VISA as a problem?

In all honesty, I applied the EOI after the issuance of my last IELTS exam results, duly attested by the correct TRF number etc, but I am worried what this incorrect date in the EOI mean?

Your earliest assistance is sincerely appreciated.

Thanks.
Hi,
May I know how was your application? Because I have the same same situation here. Will the incorrect date affect the application outcome?

Thanks.

Lee


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The most important thing is that the points calculated in your your application are not less than the score you are accredited with in your invitation.

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The most important thing is that the points calculated in your your application are not less than the score you are accredited with in your invitation.
Hi Mr. Hooper,

Thanks for your reply. I'm relieved to hear that.

LEE

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