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nick333 Aug 14th 2008 8:08 pm

EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 
Hi All,

Would someone please be kind enough to point me in the direction as to who you must list when it asks about "other family" regards to wife (main applicant), me(the poor bugger filling all the forms in) and the kids.

Do we list our mum, dads and brothers and sisters. Or do we need to include everyone including the cat and mad aunt ruth who lives under the stairs.

Also who do the kids list.

Any help greatfully received.

Many thanks

Nick

nic.gem.soph Aug 14th 2008 9:17 pm

Re: EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 

Originally Posted by nick333 (Post 6680027)
Hi All,

Would someone please be kind enough to point me in the direction as to who you must list when it asks about "other family" regards to wife (main applicant), me(the poor bugger filling all the forms in) and the kids.

Do we list our mum, dads and brothers and sisters. Or do we need to include everyone including the cat and mad aunt ruth who lives under the stairs.

Also who do the kids list.

Any help greatfully received.

Many thanks

Nick


Hi, when I filled the form out it only gave me spaces for a few peoples details, couldn't add the cat, fish or half our family, so ?????

sorry not much help was it :p pick your favourite and keep adding until it says no more!

Nic

weejie Aug 14th 2008 10:37 pm

Re: EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 
For you and OH it's immediate family i.e. parents and siblings and grandparents if still living. Kids; well I didn't bother for my 2!:lol: EOI selected and ITA received:thumbsup:

Phyllis

nick333 Aug 15th 2008 5:34 am

Re: EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 

Originally Posted by weejie (Post 6680314)
For you and OH it's immediate family i.e. parents and siblings and grandparents if still living. Kids; well I didn't bother for my 2!:lol: EOI selected and ITA received:thumbsup:

Phyllis

Thanks Phyllis for such a concise and prompt answer.

Good luck with your ITA, hope you hear back from them soon.

My wife is a nurse also, seems like the whole of the NHS has seen the light and is heading off for pasture new. Cant say i blame em lol.

teebrown Aug 15th 2008 11:36 am

Re: EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 
Yes you have to list immidate family, brother, sister, Grandparents and that's it.

All the best

chippy64 Aug 15th 2008 1:14 pm

Re: EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 
You list your famil in case any of them ever want to move to NZ and then they can claim you as family member. So, think very carefully about who you put on there! :lol:

jennifer45 Aug 16th 2008 12:24 am

Re: EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 

Originally Posted by chippy64 (Post 6682097)
You list your famil in case any of them ever want to move to NZ and then they can claim you as family member. So, think very carefully about who you put on there! :lol:

I did!
It also said no need to list deseased, sorry, deceased members. So all the ones whose health and well being I don't know about, I left out.:o
All my remaining family are in NZ anyway- just in-laws in the UK. :wink_smile:

nick333 Aug 16th 2008 4:49 am

Re: EOI ? re "Other Family" section
 

Originally Posted by jennifer45 (Post 6684149)
I did!
It also said no need to list deseased, sorry, deceased members. So all the ones whose health and well being I don't know about, I left out.:o
All my remaining family are in NZ anyway- just in-laws in the UK. :wink_smile:

Thanks all, appreciate you taking the time to answer


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