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Old Jan 24th 2013, 10:02 am
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Originally Posted by chiefmissile
Hi all,

Any excuse to bring this thread to the top of the stack. Got my AOR from Sydney today Lets hope London are on the ball and there are no frustrating hold ups that other members have suffered

Good luck and speedy processing to you all.

Regards

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Congratulations Andrew, another stop closer, great news
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Hi Leslie, We have suffered another slight delay! The OHs consultant forgot to give the DMP in London her prognosis . Hopefully this can be sorted soon. Mind you , we would also like to see the prognosis


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Great news - always good to know something is happening!

No news our side.
Hi Violets ,Drew and Kaye5, We have just realised our medicals are only valid for another 165 days I hope we get this issue resolved and get a result from London Immigration soon. How long does it take London to process new information?

We hope you all have more news on your application soon!


Leslie, when do you collect your Passports??
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Old Jan 24th 2013, 10:25 am
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Hi Violets ,Drew and Kaye5, We have just realised our medicals are only valid for another 165 days I hope we get this issue resolved and get a result from London Immigration soon. How long does it take London to process new information?

We hope you all have more news on your application soon!


Leslie, when do you collect your Passports??
Hi Vettemaster, we have been in London all day and home a short while. We got our COPR today!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! All good . It took a few minutes to wait and then picked it up. Was very quick and easy

We went for dinner, shopping and then got stuck for a while on the underground, hopped on the train and came home. No further medical surveillances - Yipeeeeeeeeee.

I cant believe that they forgot the prognosis, it could only happen to you !! I think they are going to issue it to you two days before you have to leave the country , just kidding of course.

I cant believe its completed and all we have to do is land!! Very weird feeling
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Hi Vettemaster, we have been in London all day and home a short while. We got our COPR today!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! All good . It took a few minutes to wait and then picked it up. Was very quick and easy

We went for dinner, shopping and then got stuck for a while on the underground, hopped on the train and came home. No further medical surveillances - Yipeeeeeeeeee.

I cant believe that they forgot the prognosis, it could only happen to you !! I think they are going to issue it to you two days before you have to leave the country , just kidding of course.

I cant believe its completed and all we have to do is land!! Very weird feeling
It brings a tear to my eye that you have COPR We only wish we could be where you are now (position wise) not actually where you are! I have been off work with work stress the last few days, as things are not good at work. I am hoping we can think positive and keep moving forward. Maybe and hopefully we will have COPR too in a few months

I wish you all the best in your new home and Country Keep in touch and remember there is still one part of the process remaining for you
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It brings a tear to my eye that you have COPR We only wish we could be where you are now (position wise) not actually where you are! I have been off work with work stress the last few days, as things are not good at work. I am hoping we can think positive and keep moving forward. Maybe and hopefully we will have COPR too in a few months

I wish you all the best in your new home and Country Keep in touch and remember there is still one part of the process remaining for you
Ahhh thats really sweet, thank you . Actually, Im not in a bad place right now - on the sofa , there are worse places to be . Its really nice to finally get this far and a relief for sure.

Its not nice when things are not going well at work and to be stressed, I really hope that you feel well again soon .

Keep focused and positive, youre nearly there, just a little bit longer to go so dont give up yet .

We wont be going anywhere for a little while yet.... I want to make sure that I have everything sorted here before leaving, so, we could all be landing around the same time - stranger things have happened!!!
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Ahhh thats really sweet, thank you . Actually, Im not in a bad place right now - on the sofa , there are worse places to be . Its really nice to finally get this far and a relief for sure.

Its not nice when things are not going well at work and to be stressed, I really hope that you feel well again soon .

Keep focused and positive, youre nearly there, just a little bit longer to go so dont give up yet .

We wont be going anywhere for a little while yet.... I want to make sure that I have everything sorted here before leaving, so, we could all be landing around the same time - stranger things have happened!!!
Well I better say congratulations!! and I hope you get a smooth landing too
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Well I better say congratulations!! and I hope you get a smooth landing too
, thank you, hope so too and I hope the plane is warmer than the train was today
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Hi Vettemaster, we have been in London all day and home a short while. We got our COPR today!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! All good . It took a few minutes to wait and then picked it up. Was very quick and easy
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I cant believe its completed and all we have to do is land!! Very weird feeling
YIPPEE! Finally! Congratulations, Violets and all the best now for your new life!

Believe it and enjoy it before the final stress gets a grip on you.
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YIPPEE! Finally! Congratulations, Violets and all the best now for your new life!

Believe it and enjoy it before the final stress gets a grip on you.
, thats funny, thanks so much Conmar
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Well I better say congratulations!! and I hope you get a smooth landing too
Mate chin up, this time next year you will not remember all this tosh!

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Mate chin up, this time next year you will not remember all this tosh!

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Couldnt agree more , we will have bigger worries, looking for a place to live and a job and wondering what on earth we have all done
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Couldnt agree more , we will have bigger worries, looking for a place to live and a job and wondering what on earth we have all done
Many congratulations Violet. Wishing you great success in all your endeavours in Manitoba. Really happy for you. Jaysuper
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Couldnt agree more , we will have bigger worries, looking for a place to live and a job and wondering what on earth we have all done
Maybe we should all pack a few cardboard boxes just in case we have no where to live when we get to Canada?
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Many congratulations Violet. Wishing you great success in all your endeavours in Manitoba. Really happy for you. Jaysuper
Thanks so much Jaysuper, thats really nice of you . I really hope your application moves along quickly now and that you dont have long to wait
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Maybe we should all pack a few cardboard boxes just in case we have no where to live when we get to Canada?
, And...I can play a few musical instruments, so we are good for busking
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Mate chin up, this time next year you will not remember all this tosh!

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I hope your right Andrew
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