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Old 7th March 2014, 12:17 PM
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How on earth can I get my student visa from over 12 years ago? I don't keep old passports. I have my university letter that I completed, plus I sent originals and attested certificates . You know there seems to be some kind of miscoordination. I'm being asked of things I sent long before. wish me luck. I have loads of docs to sort.

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What happened? Did you get any new list of docs to be submitted from the CO? Good luck my friend.

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What happened? Did you get any new list of docs to be submitted from the CO? Good luck my friend.
Yes.. Things I already submitted like proof of spouse education from UK ( certificate, student id, transcripts etc..). They ask for student visa copy which we don't have. So, I'm not sure what to do. Plus they asked for an elaborated radiology report.
But the list is more on spouse education and my education abroad in the UK. I don't have my student visa though.

I'm just gonna gather what I didn't send plus ill email co to be sure she has the rest.

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Cheer up.. Every thing will be alright.. If your spouse studied in UK, her visa must be on her passport right? how could you and your spouse study in UK with out getting a student visa? Sorry, Am i missing something?
Who is your CO? May be they want to make sure that you are in good health or may be your medical certificate is expired. Normally immigration officers are neither doctors nor expert in checking health certificates. They will pass it on to any medical examiners and will make decision based on their comments.
Just provide what they requested to keep the ball moving.
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surejpjohn,

Read above the first message, he don't keep his old passports...!!

Simply me, How come you are so careless?

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[QUOTE="surejpjohn"]Cheer up.. Every thing will be alright.. If your spouse studied in UK, her visa must be on her passport right? how could you and your spouse study in UK with out getting a student visa? Sorry, Am i missing something? Who is your CO? May be they want to make sure that you are in good health or may be your medical certificate is expired. Normally immigration officers are neither doctors nor expert in checking health certificates. They will pass it on to any medical examiners and will make decision based on their comments. Just provide what they requested to keep the ball moving. Good luck man[/QUOTE

Unfortunately I don't have old passports. we both studied there over about 10 years ago and masters over 14 years ago.
I will send CO an enquiry about this. I mean I can obtain a letter from Uni stating my duration. Else, whatelse to do.


In regards to the medical , I got a hold of the report and asked radiologist to include this detail so that's taken care of.

So hoping for the best.

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surejpjohn, Read above the first message, he don't keep his old passports...!! Simply me, How come you are so careless?

Lol. Vjan29.
Yes indeed I wished I would have thought these old passports were to be useful one day. But it's been years since our studies. I informed CO so ill just wait for a reply. There must be some other way to prove duration.

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Hi Simply Me,

That's good, you are very positive about this. I was just surprised, hope you don't mind about my surprise.

Yes, University can provide you the duration/year of study. But your degree certificate should have already the course duration right?

OK, otherwise an another proof, contact the Regional Passport Office/Immigration Office (I don't know which department in India actually track this record), they should be having the details of the dates you left the country for study and entered the country. They can provide you a letter during this period you are out of country.

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Hi Simply me
Hope you sent the requested docs already. Any news from CO yet?

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Hi Simply me Hope you sent the requested docs already. Any news from CO yet?
Not yet. Monday most likely, I'm awaiting a reply from CO plus an additional doc that takes around a week to complete.

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