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What is the 'Pre-Grant Letter'?

Old Jun 21st 2002, 9:12 pm
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Default What is the 'Pre-Grant Letter'?

Once folks have sent their medicals back the next stage appears to be to receive a pre-grant letter, and then often to return form 1022, or 1028...

I have looked through the General Skilled Migration book (6), from cover to cover and can find no mention - am I being thick?

We have applied in April and are playing the waiting game - like everyone else we are thinking 'have we missed something'...


All answers gratefully received.


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Old Jun 21st 2002, 9:30 pm
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Default Re: What is the 'Pre-Grant Letter'?

Its that letter that says "you're probably going to get a visa dude unless some real bad karma has come your way since you sent in your 47SK"

Fill in the change of circumstances form (hopefully with N/A's) and wait for the actual letter that says "Dude, it's your lucky day, here's a visa!"


I'm sure you get the drift....

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