Right of Permanent Residence Fee

Old Jan 23rd 2009, 1:09 am
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Got a letter requesting more documentation, namely: Right of Permanent Residence Fee receipt which I didn't pay up front.

Does this mean my PR application has been accepted?


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Old Jan 23rd 2009, 3:04 am
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it sounds that way

have you had your meds?
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Old Jan 23rd 2009, 3:22 am
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it sounds that way

have you had your meds?
Yes- I did them first and sent away with the pack.

I only didn't pay this up front 'cos I'm cheap!
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Yes- I did them first and sent away with the pack.

I only didn't pay this up front 'cos I'm cheap!
Sorry i don't think this means that you have been accepted as we had to pay ours up front, they returned our application when we first applied even though the website said you didn't have to pay up front, the officer dealing with our application had other ideas,

So had to get an aditional bankers draft and send the whole thing of again,
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We were asked to pay the permanent residence fees a month after our meds, which we did the same day, a week later we were asked for additional info on the meds. That was in october and had no news since !
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Sorry- I should have qualified this- I am applying under Spousal sponsorship, not skilled worker like most.

I'm not sure if this changes the answer!
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