application info help, local acio closed

#1
hi, i previously applied in person at the acio in ilford last year,
done the barb (in february) and medical the forms and was told that my application was accepted (june i think)
due to small injuries here and there and getting some work for 6 months,i couldn't continue the application,
its been over a year since the barb, but not when i was told application was accepted
but now the acio is closed and i dont have any contact numbers,
i know from reading that barbs lasts a year but my application was accepted so i dont know if that still counts

whould my application still be open?
should i try to continue that application or start a new one online?
 

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LE
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#2
hi, i previously applied in person at the acio in ilford last year,
done the barb (in february) and medical the forms and was told that my application was accepted (june i think)
due to small injuries here and there and getting some work for 6 months,i couldn't continue the application,
its been over a year since the barb, but not when i was told application was accepted
but now the acio is closed and i dont have any contact numbers,
i know from reading that barbs lasts a year but my application was accepted so i dont know if that still counts

whould my application still be open?
should i try to continue that application or start a new one online?
Odds are your application will have been rejected by the ACIO if you failed to keep in contact and inform them of your situation.
 
#3
Welcome to ARRSE.

Dunno about AFCOs, but you're in luck. There are TWO shift keys on most keyboards. They work with letters as well as brackets & other punctuation.
So instead of trying to be helpful to a person who's likely to be a minor, you instead decide to pick up on his grammar?

Well done.
 
#4
#5
Thanks for the replies.

I'm a bit old to be a minor, but i was using my phone, so it's far too long to use proper grammar and punctuation marks.
 
#7
ZeRo

All recruiting from Ilford has been incorporated into the Central London office. Give the guys there a call on 020 7414 3804.
 
#8
Thanks for the replies.

I'm a bit old to be a minor, but i was using my phone, so it's far too long to use proper grammar and punctuation marks.
Bollocks is it. Attention to detail and proper communication.
 

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