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MA advised to withdraw - please help

Old Jun 17th 2010, 7:33 pm
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Default MA advised to withdraw - please help

hi

Qorax.

need your advise.

i get 67 points with out my relative points counted and with it i get extra 5 points.

the reason why my agents tells me to withdraw is for a couple of reasons.

1. My relative has his marriage certificate showing same father to my mum, but my mum only has her passport.
2. i have got all transcripts in university envelopes which is fine
but in regards to certified degree certificate - i have only a certified copy of my degree passing certificate saying that i passed my b.com in second class from the university i do not have the actual degree certificate.

i thought abt it serveral times and my knowledge and understand tells me that i should not withdraw as the 1st reason even if they dont count my relative points i will still be fine with points.

with the 2nd point even if i do not have the actual degree certificate but i have provided my 3yrs degree transcripts in university sealed envelopes along with my passing certificate.

what do you recommend, please reply asap as i have to reply back to my MA soon as my 120 days finished on 1st week of july.
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Old Jun 17th 2010, 9:20 pm
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Default Re: MA advised to withdraw - please help

Originally Posted by lovekan
hi

Qorax.

need your advise.

i get 67 points with out my relative points counted and with it i get extra 5 points.

the reason why my agents tells me to withdraw is for a couple of reasons.

1. My relative has his marriage certificate showing same father to my mum, but my mum only has her passport.
2. i have got all transcripts in university envelopes which is fine
but in regards to certified degree certificate - i have only a certified copy of my degree passing certificate saying that i passed my b.com in second class from the university i do not have the actual degree certificate.

i thought abt it serveral times and my knowledge and understand tells me that i should not withdraw as the 1st reason even if they dont count my relative points i will still be fine with points.

with the 2nd point even if i do not have the actual degree certificate but i have provided my 3yrs degree transcripts in university sealed envelopes along with my passing certificate.

what do you recommend, please reply asap as i have to reply back to my MA soon as my 120 days finished on 1st week of july.
Can your Mum not just order a new copy of her Birth Certificate?

Regarding your Degree Cert - again, can you not ask for a new copy? And even if you do not have a copy, I would say a note saying it is missing and you are unable to get a new one BUT you do have the actual uni transcript should be fine.

Who is your MA?
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Old Jun 17th 2010, 9:27 pm
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My OH had to get new copies of his degree certificate and birth certificate to apply. There was no problem with this, just pay the uni some money, and the registry office some money, and that's it! Seems odd to tell you to withdraw for that...
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Old Jun 18th 2010, 11:01 am
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Well we just had our medicals based on a submission largely composed of of certified copies (as all our original documents are in storage) so I would crack on with it if I was you. If they want to see copies of the originals they will write to you asking for them.
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