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tuktuk
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Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by tuktuk » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:07 pm

Anyone here who got the residence permit on family ties recently. I know very case to case but for a general idea.

1. how much it took?? (when applied and when you got??)
2. where you applied??

your responses will be appreciated.

thanks in advance.



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heretostay
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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by heretostay » Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:53 pm

2 family members applied in October at police station. Transferred to Migri January 1 and status is still waiting for processing as of today.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by tuktuk » Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:18 pm

you will know soon I thing because now just 1500 person from that one's left.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by Oombongo » Thu Apr 27, 2017 9:32 pm

Edit: never mind.. you asked about recent cases.
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tuktuk
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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by tuktuk » Tue May 02, 2017 10:28 pm

any more replies from group ??


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by mike solon » Wed May 03, 2017 12:38 pm

9 month no reply. I applied at the embassy.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by tuktuk » Thu May 04, 2017 2:54 pm

mike solon wrote:9 month no reply. I applied at the embassy.
you contacted with the migri to ask what is a problem for this ??


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by heretostay » Thu May 04, 2017 3:27 pm

tuktuk wrote:
mike solon wrote:9 month no reply. I applied at the embassy.
you contacted with the migri to ask what is a problem for this ??
There is no problem with the applications. Migri has a backlog due to taking over permit processing January 1 from the police.

http://www.migri.fi/our_services/custom ... ssed_71936


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by tuktuk » Thu May 04, 2017 3:38 pm

heretostay wrote:
tuktuk wrote:
mike solon wrote:9 month no reply. I applied at the embassy.
you contacted with the migri to ask what is a problem for this ??
There is no problem with the applications. Migri has a backlog due to taking over permit processing January 1 from the police.

http://www.migri.fi/our_services/custom ... ssed_71936
i also applied for my spouse residence permit in January 2017 and there is no reply but I think 9 month is maximum time for the decision of application.

what are you grounds on which you applied ??


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by mike solon » Thu May 04, 2017 9:44 pm

tuktuk wrote: you contacted with the migri to ask what is a problem for this ??
Yes, they simply told me "we cannot tell you any thing more, just wait!!".
tuktuk wrote: what are you grounds on which you applied ??
Family ties.

They might make some mistakes while they process applications, I will write about it later.

Finaly I advise anyone who applied for a residence permit to Keep Asking About Your Application Status.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by rinso » Fri May 05, 2017 6:35 am

Finaly I advise anyone who applied for a residence permit to Keep Asking About Your Application Status.
Bad advice. When you frustrate the people working for you, they will not work harder to help you. On the contrary, your application might suddenly be misplaced.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by tuktuk » Fri May 05, 2017 6:37 pm

rinso wrote:
Bad advice. When you frustrate the people working for you, they will not work harder to help you. On the contrary, your application might suddenly be misplaced.[/quote]

I am agreeing with you that we have not to ask about the status again and again because it's their work they don't want to delay that without any reasons. they never are very fast after just asking about the status of the application.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by mike solon » Sat May 06, 2017 1:53 pm

rinso wrote:
Finaly I advise anyone who applied for a residence permit to Keep Asking About Your Application Status.
Bad advice. When you frustrate the people working for you, they will not work harder to help you. On the contrary, your application might suddenly be misplaced.
Bad reply, which shows the writer sees things from one angle.

The previous advise is based on several experiences and is directed at people who want to maintain their Time and Money.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by heretostay » Thu May 11, 2017 11:38 pm

One family member received decision today. Other one is sure to follow soon. Both applied in October on the same day.


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Re: Residence permit (family ties) processing

Post by Otoyoblak » Fri May 12, 2017 8:54 am

Applied late last year and received my permit last month
Just patience and good luck!!


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