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Old Jan 30th 2010, 2:42 pm
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Yeah, I went ahead and applied without attaching the carbon copy sheet - I'd thrown it out yonks ago as it was unreadable and was never told to hang onto it. When i turned up to do the citizenship test I was asked to complete a form stating why I didn't have it. No problems at all.
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Thanks - I definitely never got this...
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Originally Posted by TrishB View Post
Yeah, I went ahead and applied without attaching the carbon copy sheet - I'd thrown it out yonks ago as it was unreadable and was never told to hang onto it. When i turned up to do the citizenship test I was asked to complete a form stating why I didn't have it. No problems at all.
Awesome! I will apply tomorrow without it!
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Originally Posted by allie2 View Post
Thanks - I definitely never got this...
All migrants after 28 June 2002 got one, with the possible exception of inland applicants. If you don't have one, you may have lost it. Or the officers made a mistake.
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Originally Posted by allie2 View Post
Awesome! I will apply tomorrow without it!
Ally, can I ask that you let us know how you get on. PM please too, as I don't visit this forum so often now. I might just apply now for our citizenship and can always forward the duplicate copy of this stupid form if we ever get it. Still convinced we never recieved it in the first place.
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I absolutely will post what happens...
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http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=654925

Might be useful
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Originally Posted by allie2 View Post
Thanks - I definitely never got this...
Hi
I am in the same situation as you are (or were). Can you please let me know what you did about the confirmation of Permanent Recidence? IMM 5292? Did you get one or did you send your application without it?
PLEASE HELP!!!
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Hi
I am in the same situation as you are (or were). Can you please let me know what you did about the confirmation of Permanent Recidence? IMM 5292? Did you get one or did you send your application without it?
PLEASE HELP!!!
Check out the advice from atlantic xpat in this thread:

http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=654925
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ok, we are filling out our citizenship application forms. I have a form 5292 in my passport which mentions Flederman as spouse. He doesn't have a form in his passport and never has had. Is the same form used for both of us?

Damn stupid form with not enough room to type in the place names etc.
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ok, we are filling out our citizenship application forms. I have a form 5292 in my passport which mentions Flederman as spouse. He doesn't have a form in his passport and never has had. Is the same form used for both of us?

Damn stupid form with not enough room to type in the place names etc.
We got one each. I was the main applicant, but the missus also has one of those copr thingys
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Originally Posted by Alan2005 View Post
We got one each. I was the main applicant, but the missus also has one of those copr thingys
OK thanks, will send off for the copy of the copr.
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Old Jul 4th 2010, 12:42 am
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We haven't got ours either. The application says you can write an explanation as to why you don't have forms, has anybody done this without a problem?

We are in the same boat - can't find the IMM 5292, so I calledt hem up and asked about doing just this and was told that unless we had it they would reject our application.. Not sending it in and just giving an explaination would mean they would send it back to us, ask us to fill in the forms, pay a fee and apply for a new copy.

We were sent forms to fill in (and pay a $30 fee per person) to replace it which I have done. STill waiting them turning up in the post, but they took the $180 fee from my creditcard the other day.

We landed in 2006, and def didn't have anything stapled in our passports... IF it turns out we just get a copy of the visa I will be very, very PISSED OFF as with 6 of us, it will be $180 down the drain!
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We are in the same boat - can't find the IMM 5292, so I calledt hem up and asked about doing just this and was told that unless we had it they would reject our application.. Not sending it in and just giving an explaination would mean they would send it back to us, ask us to fill in the forms, pay a fee and apply for a new copy.

We were sent forms to fill in (and pay a $30 fee per person) to replace it which I have done. STill waiting them turning up in the post, but they took the $180 fee from my creditcard the other day.

We landed in 2006, and def didn't have anything stapled in our passports... IF it turns out we just get a copy of the visa I will be very, very PISSED OFF as with 6 of us, it will be $180 down the drain!
You don't get this when you land - you are given it in an envelope when you get your visas; and you really would definitely have had one as you cannot immigrate without it. When you do land they write some stuff on it and staple it in your passport.
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You don't get this when you land - you are given it in an envelope when you get your visas; and you really would definitely have had one as you cannot immigrate without it. When you do land they write some stuff on it and staple it in your passport.
In that case I have no idea... all I know is that I tore the filing cabinet apart several times, found all the stuff in the immigration file and didnt find anything with remotely the right number.

We got our Visas in the passports that were picked up in person (Mr Chookie was paranoid about them getting lost in the post so he went down to London in person queued up and collected them)... I don't remember him getting anything BUT the passports at that time.

I guess we just wait for the docs to arrive in the post - hopefully it won't be too long as they have taken the money already.
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