Good News. Thank you Cullinan. I hope Home Office later does not use the travelling during the lockdown to attend the UKVCAS appointment against applicants' good character!
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Maybe but only for minors and not adults in the same group, makes me think otherwise.
novalicary wrote: ↑Tue Nov 03, 2020 12:42 pm
this part is clear. and then they say the below:UKVI have told us that they aim to deal with ALL applications in date order. This means that your case will be dealt with by UKVI based on the date of your registration with UKVI/UKVCAS.
am i stupid to understand what is being said or is there a error in this last sentence?In some cases, this may mean that customers that submitted their applications via IDV on the same day may not receive a decision from UKVI at the same time as their registration dates will be different.
HiAragon1 wrote: ↑Mon Nov 02, 2020 11:47 amI just had a call with nice lady at UKVCAS and she said that this is a generic email sent to all applicants and they've been getting plenty of calls about this for a few weeks now. She checked and confirmed that there are no issues reported in our biometric data submitted by the app and asked not to book an in-person appointment. I'm torn.
Hmm yeah little more patience I supposeCULLINAN wrote: ↑Tue Nov 03, 2020 4:09 pm@Hansi89
Probably applications are picked up in date order initially. The straight forward ones or the ones which require no enquiries are decided quickly.
The rest are put aside for more enquiries. Some enquiries come back quicker than other’s.
Plus depends when the CW picks it up back again.
The standard is 6 months. You are at 5 months. Should hear during November.