Climbing the walls !!!!

Old Jun 18th 2008, 1:50 pm
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I feel like I am climbing the walls - my application for a Spouse Visa started processing in London on March 17th

I got a letter on 23 May asking for the Right of Permanent Residence Fee, which I paid straight away, and sent the receipt to London.

Having delayed the payment until the letter came through, I know, has delayed the visa application process, but I am wondering by how long.

Does anyone have any experience of this ?

Reading postings about letters going missing has got me wondering whether the elusive passport request letter has been lost in the post, or are they still processing my application.

I need some reassurance that it wont be much longer.

GW
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Old Jun 18th 2008, 3:24 pm
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Default Re: Climbing the walls !!!!

We didn't pay upfront either, paid online the minute we received request for payment.

It cost us a mere 2 weeks - 1 week for the letter to get from Canada to us requesting payment, and 1 week for them to receive our payment receipt by post. A week to the day after we paid, the PPR was issued - we later found this out on eCas.

We did send a copy each to Mississauga and London as it wasn't clear who should be getting the notification. On each, we put "copy also sent to <the other one>" so that whichever was the wrong one would know just to disregard it.

Not wishing to freak you out but our PPR never turned up - we enquired 2mths after payment and that was when it all came out that the PPR had been issued months ago but thanks to Royal Mail, never arrived with us



Originally Posted by techwizard
I feel like I am climbing the walls - my application for a Spouse Visa started processing in London on March 17th

I got a letter on 23 May asking for the Right of Permanent Residence Fee, which I paid straight away, and sent the receipt to London.

Having delayed the payment until the letter came through, I know, has delayed the visa application process, but I am wondering by how long.

Does anyone have any experience of this ?

Reading postings about letters going missing has got me wondering whether the elusive passport request letter has been lost in the post, or are they still processing my application.

I need some reassurance that it wont be much longer.

GW
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Old Jun 19th 2008, 5:12 am
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Default Re: Climbing the walls !!!!

Thanks for the information, Biiiiink.

I am going to e-mail them to see if it gets me any where.

GW


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We didn't pay upfront either, paid online the minute we received request for payment.

It cost us a mere 2 weeks - 1 week for the letter to get from Canada to us requesting payment, and 1 week for them to receive our payment receipt by post. A week to the day after we paid, the PPR was issued - we later found this out on eCas.

We did send a copy each to Mississauga and London as it wasn't clear who should be getting the notification. On each, we put "copy also sent to " so that whichever was the wrong one would know just to disregard it.

Not wishing to freak you out but our PPR never turned up - we enquired 2mths after payment and that was when it all came out that the PPR had been issued months ago but thanks to Royal Mail, never arrived with us
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