47SK question....

Old May 16th 2005, 2:43 pm
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It says on the checklist to include 'certified copies of all documents provided to the assessing body with your application for assessment'.
I'm aware this means to send all the stuff i sent to t.r.a but do i have to write out another t.r.a aplication form and present everything exactly how it was when i sent it to t.r.a?
The thing is my t.r.a application was quite bulky and i'm thinking sending everything again plus the 47SK and all it's supporting documents will make a very hefty package!
Would it be ok to just send the references etc?
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Old May 16th 2005, 3:30 pm
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I asked a similar question here before sending mine and general consensus seemed to be to send everything as that leaves no chance of a problem / delay if something they are after is missing so that's what I done. Don't know if that's the right answer and definitely not the one you're looking for but my whole app cost less than £10 to post by Royal Mail Internationally Signed For and I had DIMIA's acknowledgement within a week so the extra weight didn't really break the bank.

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Old May 16th 2005, 3:37 pm
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Originally Posted by hunser
I asked a similar question here before sending mine and general consensus seemed to be to send everything as that leaves no chance of a problem / delay if something they are after is missing so that's what I done. Don't know if that's the right answer and definitely not the one you're looking for but my whole app cost less than £10 to post by Royal Mail Internationally Signed For and I had DIMIA's acknowledgement within a week so the extra weight didn't really break the bank.

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Thanks for the reply Paul, I guess i'll just send everything. I'll need to try find myself one hell of a heavy duty envelope to send it all!
Yeah will defo be sending royal mail aswell, did it with my t.r.a and it arrived in less than a week. Much cheaper than the £40+ DHL cost.
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One more thing i'm unsure about is question 51, it asks: Have you/your spouse or any other dependant family members (migrating with you or not) ever served in the armed forces?
I know this maybe sounds a bit daft but i assume dependant family members to be children? The reason is my father was in the army years ago and i'm not really sure how to get all the details if i have to provide information as i'm not in contact with him.
Again any advice offered is much appreciated
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Old May 16th 2005, 4:10 pm
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Originally Posted by crazy dee
One more thing i'm unsure about is question 51, it asks: Have you/your spouse or any other dependant family members (migrating with you or not) ever served in the armed forces?
I know this maybe sounds a bit daft but i assume dependant family members to be children? The reason is my father was in the army years ago and i'm not really sure how to get all the details if i have to provide information as i'm not in contact with him.
Again any advice offered is much appreciated
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As far as I am aware, dependant family members, means people who are reliant on yourself. i.e partners and children, so your fathers time in the armed forces is not applicable.

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Old May 16th 2005, 4:23 pm
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Originally Posted by neil.b
As far as I am aware, dependant family members, means people who are reliant on yourself. i.e partners and children, so your fathers time in the armed forces is not applicable.

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