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    Hi all,

    I recently sent all of our supporting evidence to Sheffield for my wife’s SV application, I’ve just realised that the application form wasn’t signed by her, is this likely to cause an issue? The application form is the same one she took to her appointment in Bkk.

    thanks in advance

    Andy

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    they will send it back for resigning if they find it a problem. My mate got asked to send a copy of his decree nisi when he applied.

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    Hopefully it’ll be ok. I just understand why they didn’t make her sign it at her appointment. I suppose I could email her a pdf of the application form and get her to post it to me to speed things up? I might just do that anyway.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melteddrummer View Post
    ...I suppose I could email her a pdf of the application form and get her to post it to me to speed things up? I might just do that anyway.
    That's certainly a pragmatic way to help keep the process timely, it is not a fatal error, but having the form ready to forward on to them should they request it is very sensible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    That's certainly a pragmatic way to help keep the process timely, it is not a fatal error, but having the form ready to forward on to them should they request it is very sensible.
    I just don't want any hiccups at this stage. I just got off the phone to my wife and she was advised that a signature wasn't needed as they can get it from her passport. I'd still rather be safe than sorry though.

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    You could always get her to sign the form, scan it and send to you via email to print off.
    Sometimes I can't tell the difference between original and photocopy.

    I advise you not to contact UKVI about the above though as they are useless.
    I had to use the £5.48 email service and would have got more help talking to a brick wall.
    Very poor customer service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melteddrummer View Post
    I just don't want any hiccups at this stage. I just got off the phone to my wife and she was advised that a signature wasn't needed as they can get it from her passport. I'd still rather be safe than sorry though.
    Don't go to any particular expense, they might not notice the form is unsigned. She might have even signed one of the scanned documents when she had her appointment. Sit and wait is the best advice, the signed page can be printed out in Thailand, signed and posted back to you via normal post ... just in case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsw727 View Post
    You could always get her to sign the form, scan it and send to you via email to print off.
    Sometimes I can't tell the difference between original and photocopy.

    I advise you not to contact UKVI about the above though as they are useless.
    I had to use the £5.48 email service and would have got more help talking to a brick wall.
    Very poor customer service.
    Not a bad idea! Yeah, I wouldn't contact them just in case they haven't noticed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    Don't go to any particular expense, they might not notice the form is unsigned. She might have even signed one of the scanned documents when she had her appointment. Sit and wait is the best advice, the signed page can be printed out in Thailand, signed and posted back to you via normal post ... just in case.
    Exactly what I'm thinking. Thanks for your help guys, much appreciated.

    Andy.

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