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    See Entry Clearance Best Practice

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    Very interesting Vinny.
    I like the bit about your spouse jumping on board when the queue gets a bit long
    I still cant find what they do with the missing documents either
    Cheers

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    Originally posted by Roberrrt:
    I still cant find what they do with the missing documents either
    But they should use their expertise and local knowledge to resolve applications on papers where appropriate, conduct focussed interviews and not rely unnecessarily on documentary evidence. (4.1.2)
    4.7
    Supporting documents submitted with applications
    Posts may wish to design leaflets listing by way of example the documents that may be submitted with different types of application. These should be tailored to local circumstances - e.g. an income tax return may be more relevant in some countries than pay slips. Such leaflets must never be prescriptive. Applicants may obtain all the documents on a list, by whatever means, and therefore have the expectation that a visa will automatically be issued. ECOs should be encouraged to adopt a flexible approach with the documentation submitted in support of an application and the leaflet should make clear that documents should only be provided if properly held and that consideration to the whole application will be given. There will always be circumstances, however, where necessary documentary evidence is clearly lacking.
    Genuine applicants with insufficient information:
    (a) If the ECO judges that the applicant would be granted entry clearance should the information have been provided, s/he should resolve the application without sight of the documents. The onus is on the applicant to ensure that the application is prepared properly and it should not be deferred, except in the most exceptional circumstances, to enable him or her to produce additional documents.
    (b) ECMs/ECOs have discretion to vary the documentation required to support an application. They are strongly encouraged to be flexible in their approach without in any way lessening the effectiveness of the control.
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