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Why it asks your birth certificate if you have supplied your passport and/or BRP or you mean your daughter's birth certificate.
If the online bank statement resembles with original one and doesnt pacifically say as the online version then should be fine if is in pdf format otherwise postal bank statements/electronic bank statements with bank stamps should be submitted.
They may have your detail in their system for reissuing the duplicate but getting it reassessed under their red route would be far better to eliminate every possible chance of risk.
shine91 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 01, 2020 2:04 pmHello all
Thank you Seagull for the advice. We asked for a Reprint Service from NARIC based on the application made in 2017. It took a few emails and working around the NARIC website (that I think was not allowing me to upload documents) but three or so weeks later, we got the cert again for £17.40.
We submitted applications for my wife and daughter's FLR (M) on the basis of my ILR in March when we paid the application fees and health surcharge. We were allowed up to May 2020 to submit documents and biometrics but the offices were shut before we could get an appointment..
Please could someone advise on the below:
- My wife and I were just three months in our new jobs in March so had to choose Category B for meeting the income criterion. We are now over six months in. Should we continue with Category B or apply in Category A? You have made your application by paying and submitting in March and therefore will be assessed correspondingly.
- Will we still be assessed for time up to March for income proofs and of staying together as family? Or should I start pulling together documents for March 2020 to July 2020? All payslip letters, etc are dated to March 2020. Do we need new letters from our employers? Yes, your assessment for the application will be based on documentations already submitted. No need for new letters from employers. /highlight]
- And finally, some UKVCAS appointments are down as free and others randomly seem to charge £220. Is there any difference between them.
So if you are uploading the documents yourself, it seems they can only perform the document checking service if these documents have been uploaded at least two working days before your appointment if you want them to be checked. You may still be able to upload documents up to the appointment, but I would guess they won't be included in the extra service paid for. For what it's worth, I was still able to access the page to upload documents even after the application was processed (though I didn't get the document checking service so I'm not sure if that would have changed anything).We have introduced the option to submit your uploaded documents to UKVI before your appointment takes place. If you choose to submit your documents and you have purchased document checking, we will perform the document checking process before the submission.
To use this service you must upload your documents through our website at least 2 working days before your appointment date.
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