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Jordi237

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Oct 25, 2019
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My timeline:

July 23rd: Submitted all required Docs (medical report included) at CVAC in my country

Sept 16th: Admission letter from my college expired. (Network security Architecture, 1yr program)

Sept 26th: Request for a medical report from Immigration.

I was very confused at this point as I had sent a copy alongside my other documents. I contacted the doc and he told me it was normal for those who sent medical reports as i did. He assured me it wasn't a problem and that they do have a copy of my medical report. But i was so worried, so I sent them a webform and attached a copy of my medical report. On this same day.
Sept 27th: Immigration got back to me and acknowledged the medical report, but required a new admission letter.

Oct 2nd: Sent new admission letter for January 2020.

My previous program was full for Sept2019 intake, so i applied for another program. Got admission for Business and Information System Architecture, a 2 years program!!
Oct 25th: Received Biometrics confirmation.

Oct 29th: Received Approval letter.

My advice to everyone. If your docs are genuine, with a strong LoE and a little bit of luck (just a little), you'll ace it. Now that I have it, I feel I panicked for nothing.

Good luck guys.
 
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Urgent Need Help,
I just got a medical call after a month of application submission (student visa non-sds). After sending my info for a medical appointment (name, passport number, contact number, etc) they notified me that I have provided the wrong passport number (i have given the booklet number instead of passport number). Upon further inspection, I found that I have made the same mistake in the visa application form. What should i do now? Need help!!!
 

Humpholito24

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Urgent Need Help,
I just got a medical call after a month of application submission (student visa non-sds). After sending my info for a medical appointment (name, passport number, contact number, etc) they notified me that I have provided the wrong passport number (i have given the booklet number instead of passport number). Upon further inspection, I found that I have made the same mistake in the visa application form. What should i do now? Need help!!!
Send the webform and raise the concern ASAP so they can update it. Send them with the right documentation.
 
Oct 9, 2019
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Send the webform and raise the concern ASAP so they can update it. Send them with the right documentation.
Thanks for your response. I am under tremendous stress right now. I just want to know that will it be a negative point if i contact them through web form and explain my mistake? Furthermore, as i have got the medical call after all the inspection so does it mean they know my mistake and have corrected it?
 

Humpholito24

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Nope. There is no any point in contacting them. You would instead raise the awareness before they come to the decision. Maybe they know, maybe they don't. So, send the webform to them anyway to ensure they are aware that you realize the mistake.
 
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Nope. There is no any point in contacting them. You would instead raise the awareness before they come to the decision. Maybe they know, maybe they don't. So, send the webform to them anyway to ensure they are aware that you realize the mistake.
Last thing, will it cause a delay in the processing time if i contact them? Or can this cause rejection of my visa? As everyone says that if you got a medical call from the embassy it means you have 99% of getting visa.
 

Humpholito24

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Last thing, will it cause a delay in the processing time if i contact them? Or can this cause rejection of my visa? As everyone says that if you got a medical call from the embassy it means you have 99% of getting visa.
Yes, it will delay for sure. That what they say. But I feel there is a high chance they know you might have made a mistake but still it is best to send them the attachment with the right information. I remember when I sent my application, I had forgotten to check the tick, so I sent them the right attachement and they updated it.
 
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Yes, it will delay for sure. That what they say. But I feel there is a high chance they know you might have made a mistake but still it is best to send them the attachment with the right information. I remember when I sent my application, I had forgotten to check the tick, so I sent them the right attachement and they updated it.
Do you have any idea how long will it delay the processing time of application?
 

nathanSG

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Oct 14, 2019
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Sharing my application process status as of now.

11 oct submitted application
15 oct bio given
17 oct bio updated and eligibility, background check started.
29 oct medical request
30 oct medical given.