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passport question for spousal, please help

Old Jan 30th 2010, 8:30 am
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i am still currently changing over my name on things, as i have only just got married and am applying for the sponsorship.

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my passport runs out in 2013, i am a bit confused with the PR thing, should i get my new passport and then apply for the sponsorship, or can i still apply for it and then get my new passport after i have sent things off?

im thinking its probs a good idea to wait 2 weeks and get a new passport, but would like thoughts please.

very stressed out and confused louise
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Old Jan 31st 2010, 6:04 am
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I've just got married and we're doing the outland application. I have decided not to change my passport (it also expires 2013) and wait until I get PR
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Old Jan 31st 2010, 6:26 am
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Default Re: passport question for spousal, please help

Originally Posted by louiseeg
i am still currently changing over my name on things, as i have only just got married and am applying for the sponsorship.

question:

my passport runs out in 2013, i am a bit confused with the PR thing, should i get my new passport and then apply for the sponsorship, or can i still apply for it and then get my new passport after i have sent things off?

im thinking its probs a good idea to wait 2 weeks and get a new passport, but would like thoughts please.

very stressed out and confused louise
To ease your worry and stress, request a new passport with updated surname and just be done with it. Use the turnaround time to fine tune your application and relax.
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Old Jan 31st 2010, 1:54 pm
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Default Re: passport question for spousal, please help

Hi

Originally Posted by dannic
I've just got married and we're doing the outland application. I have decided not to change my passport (it also expires 2013) and wait until I get PR
There is a an extremely good chance the the COPR and then the PR card will be issued in the name in your passport. So after landing, you will be amending those documents as well and the PR card will take time.
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