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Adding more details before submitting ITA?

Old Jul 22nd 2010, 3:04 am
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Hi,

When there is a change of circumstances, and have been invited to apply for PR but not yet lodge, am I allowed to include more details on the ITA form? For example, adding further NZ work experience details by 5 points more? Or do I just declare the details that I submitted on my EOI?

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Old Jul 22nd 2010, 6:38 am
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Default Re: Adding more details before submitting ITA?

Well I'm no expert (other people will tell you better than I ever could) but just going off our experience we changed a few things on our ITA that were not mentioned on our EOI.

Having said that, it's been over a month and we've heard nowt, perhaps that's the reason why?!
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Old Jul 22nd 2010, 7:03 am
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Default Re: Adding more details before submitting ITA?

Originally Posted by celeliza View Post
When there is a change of circumstances, and have been invited to apply for PR but not yet lodge, am I allowed to include more details on the ITA form? For example, adding further NZ work experience details by 5 points more? Or do I just declare the details that I submitted on my EOI?
Probably best to let you case officer know so they can advise...
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Old Jul 22nd 2010, 7:45 am
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Originally Posted by simonsi View Post
Probably best to let you case officer know so they can advise...
Good advice but we had a couple of extra pages at the end of the paperwork where you could add any amendments / extra info........
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