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Why don't you just provide both certificate and online details? That's what I'll be doing I presume.
Unfortunately I dont have over 4 weeks to wait for the certificate to come by post.

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How come if you don't mind me asking ?

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Perhaps the OP has to apply by a certain date because of the 28-day rule on income documents or for some other reasons?

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Perhaps the OP has to apply by a certain date because of the 28-day rule on income documents or for some other reasons?
Joppa, what are your thoughts/advice please?

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For a test taken recently, you only need to provide details so that they can check the result online.

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My husband took the city and guilds A1 test on 24th may we are still awaiting results I have sent my file to him but if it takes too long I think I'll have to send a top up of documents again like a few more bank statements payslips and communication evidence.

When would you suggest I complete the online form as I have already completed the vaf4 and appendix form.

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Clearly you can't apply till you know the test result, in case you didn't pass and have to retake.

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Yes I'm aware of that. My point was after the test result have come

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Then you can apply provided they don't need test certificate and can check your result online.

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Okay maybe I need to be more clearer. Do I submit the online app a few days before handing in all documentation to the office ?

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