vadimvin wrote: coconutsforme wrote: vadimvin wrote:
dammykay wrote:WHAT DOES CASE ID MEANS
Have similar question, anyone can respond? By issuong COA with case ID, does this really mean they are not going to request any more documents and allocated to case worker or team or anywhere else?
Issue of COA as i understand is the time when all your initial documents have been scanned into their system. Should smth had been missing, it would have been returned to you. So well done for properly packaging it.
Now, your file is with the processing team or (case working team) for assessment.
The latter may require any information at anytime.
Thank you coconutsforme,
It makes sence.
On the separate question, do you know if my partner (EA national) change her employment, shall we inform the Home office about this, if so - what exact documents we should provide? New contract would be enough?
As I personally see it, there's no need to advise them of that unless it is something urgent and important that it can somehow affect your application.
the decision will be purely made on the facts and documents you have already submitted.
If your mrs. or partner have exercised her treaty rights based on 5 years acceptable terms ( employment, self employment etc..) your application seems to be fine at initial stage and already awaiting for assessment, so why confuse them with something that is not relevant @this moment of time?
If I were you, i would just wait...