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Congrats to everyone on here and lurking who have got their grants, especially Bandish - you've brought such a positive vibe to this forum it's lovely. All the best with your new adventure and company

My partner and I love peeping into this thread, it's nice seeing the grants coming through especially since 190 has slowed down considerably.

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In Form 1221 Sec 4,

Question Have you been known by any other name(s)? Include:

Some of my documents contain my Initial and others my expanded Initials.
For Example,
1)Saravana Prabhu A [My education certificates]
2)Saravana Prabhu Alagappan [My Employment certificates]

Do 1 and 2 treated as two different names?

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Question: Your address history for the last 10 years.

I am living in India.

I have lived in many temporary places[Like PG] due to my employment nature in the same city. But I don't have any address proof for the same. Moreover, my passport, aadhaar card and all other documents point to my permanent address in my hometown where my parents are staying for more than 20 years. How can I enter details in this section?

I have done short term overseas travels three times on business visa[But on Indian Payroll only] which I have not mentioned in ACS breakup. Do I need to suppress those oversees address details?

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I am living and working in India. I had done three international travel to Qatar on a business visa. I have not mentioned it in ACS breakup since I do not have payslips or any documents to prove the travel. Also, during the period I had received a salary in India only and my company did not transfer me to that location.

Do I need to mention those international travel details? If yes, should I mention the reason as Business? I have the visa stamping in the passport mentioning the date of entry and exit

Note: In the last 10 years, I had done a total of three travels with a total duration of stay of 7 months.

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Congrats to everyone on here and lurking who have got their grants, especially Bandish - you've brought such a positive vibe to this forum it's lovely. All the best with your new adventure and company [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

My partner and I love peeping into this thread, it's nice seeing the grants coming through especially since 190 has slowed down considerably.
Indeed Bandish has been the lucky charm of this thread and forum!

PI - when do we 190ers see the light mate ? Waiting for a CO call for my hkg pcc (at day 75 now) n no idea how long would it take afterwards , potentially looking at a 225-250 -300 day journey!! 😒

Just a positive that it will give x months to upskill , learn new stuff to make one more saleable
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Hello everyone,

I just want to express my feeling regarding the fairness of the grant between onshore and offshore applicants.

Not sure why DOHA does not have a sense of fairness towards onshore applicants who mostly have been here for more than 4 years. We, onshore applicants, have paid school fee, taxes, living expenses and contribute to the society by working legally but looks like DOHA does not care about it at all.

The reason i am saying this is by looking at the status offshore applicants seem to get faster grant than onshore but what have offshore applicants done to the society? Offshore have only paid for application fee and that's it. Moreover, offshore applicants often come with 2 or 3 family members and they arrive they will get full benefit of medicare while onshore applicants mostly applied solo or with a partner and have been paying for private insurance for years.

Some people can call me a jerk and talk about equality but to me, this is not fair that offshore and onshore applicants have the processing time. Onshore applicants should be prioritized.


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In Form 1221 Sec 4,

Question Have you been known by any other name(s)? Include:

Some of my documents contain my Initial and others my expanded Initials.
For Example,
1)Saravana Prabhu A [My education certificates]
2)Saravana Prabhu Alagappan [My Employment certificates]

Do 1 and 2 treated as two different names?
You need not as it is not mandatory and expansion of initials is self explanatory .


But,i gave an Afidavit stating both names are mine . You never know what CO might ask for . So always prepare for all possible CO conacts and eliminate them


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You need not . i gave a Afidavit stating both names are mine .
you can see my name is bssanthosh . All docs had this name but only my passport has the full name expanding my initials "BS".

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Guys I need a help regarding birth certificate. Recently my consultant upload birth certificate issued from Indian embassy, UAE.
I do have a birth certificate from Bombay muncipal corporation. But that certificate mentions only my middle name.
The question is do I need to upload it? Please help!!

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