ITA received. I need to contact officers

Old Apr 14th 2014, 9:56 am
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Hi,
This is my first post here. I've just received ITA but I need to contact imigration officer to explain few things before starting to pile on loads of papers required.
Should I just reply to the email I received from London Office or is there any other routes I should follow to contact officers?

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Old Apr 14th 2014, 10:30 am
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if you have not got a letter stating the case officers name no one has been assigned yet to just calling up and trying to explain things to an application they haven't even received yet won't be getting you very far.

What do you need to explain. ??

The ITA comes with a "How to fill out" manual and if you read through and follow that you shouldn't have any problems providing the correct documentation that Immigration want.
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Originally Posted by MrsFychan View Post
if you have not got a letter stating the case officers name no one has been assigned yet to just calling up and trying to explain things to an application they haven't even received yet won't be getting you very far.

What do you need to explain. ??

The ITA comes with a "How to fill out" manual and if you read through and follow that you shouldn't have any problems providing the correct documentation that Immigration want.
Thank you for your kind reply. I have my brith and marriage certificates in Arabic and will translate them. I just wanted to know whether they need the Arabic ones with the notary translated versions.
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we got ours certified and just sent them in as didn't want them going missing. Maybe do that and send it in with the translated one then you are covered
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Thank you very much indeed
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