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Thread: Timeline for variation of travel conditions on resident visa

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    Many thanks to Kelerei.

    My other half gave me a birthday present mug with the slogan, 'I read books and I know things.' Your quote is an interesting cousin to that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. k View Post
    I applied on 27 August and received on 14th September but they issued on 29 August coz expiry shows 29 aug 1
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    What did you apply for? Variation of travel conditions? PRV?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaida View Post
    what did you apply for? Variation of travel conditions? Prv?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaida View Post
    What did you apply for? Variation of travel conditions? PRV?
    Because to apply PR need to hold resident visa for exact 2 years which are going to complete next month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. k View Post
    Because to apply PR need to hold resident visa for exact 2 years
    That is incorrect. You must have held a resident visa for 2 years or more. It does not have to be exactly 2 years. Any time you satisfy the criteria (one of them being 2 years), you can apply. It is okay if it is more than 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaida View Post
    That is incorrect. You must have held a resident visa for 2 years or more. It does not have to be exactly 2 years. Any time you satisfy the criteria (one of them being 2 years), you can apply. It is okay if it is more than 2 years.
    Yes exactly, minimum 2 years or more than that.

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