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I submitted my ATAS application on 18th July 2018 and estimation date of decision is 16th August 2018. However, I haven't received any confirmation. I checked the status of my application which says "submitted". There has been no updates. How do I contact them to check the updates on status of my application and when will I receive ATAS?

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Can anyone please help with the above question asap? My program starts on September 17 2018 and I have not received my ATAS certificate yet. I submitted my application on July 18th and the estimated date is 16th August.

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Can anyone please help with the above question asap? My program starts on September 17 2018 and I have not received my ATAS certificate yet. I submitted my application on July 18th and the estimated date is 16th August.

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That's an estimated date, and the gov.uk website says applications can take 20-30 working days. You're at 27 days now, so still within what's reasonable. If you don't hear anything by the weekend I'd contact the uni. I wouldn't be concerned at this stage.
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Can anyone please help with the above question asap? My program starts on September 17 2018 and I have not received my ATAS certificate yet. I submitted my application on July 18th and the estimated date is 16th August.

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Did you get your ATAS Certificate? I applied about 4 days after you and I am still waiting.
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That's an estimated date, and the gov.uk website says applications can take 20-30 working days. You're at 27 days now, so still within what's reasonable. If you don't hear anything by the weekend I'd contact the uni. I wouldn't be concerned at this stage.
Thank you Duncan2012. I will wait for few days and then contact the uni if I still don't receive it.
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Did you get your ATAS Certificate? I applied about 4 days after you and I am still waiting.
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Not yet Neeraj. I will update immediately after I receive ATAS certificate. BTW when is your start date?
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Not yet Neeraj. I will update immediately after I receive ATAS certificate. BTW when is your start date?
My course will start from 21 September. Hope we both get it soon buddy.
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My course will start from 21 September. Hope we both get it soon buddy.
Thank you Buddy. Hopefully.

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Thank you Buddy. Hopefully.

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A friend of mine just got his ATAS today. He applied for it on 14 August. He had H3 Code. What was your course code mate? And what course and where will you be studying it?

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A friend of mine just got his ATAS today. He applied for it on 14 August. He had H3 Code. What was your course code mate? And what course and where will you be studying it?

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Good for him! you mean he applied on 14 July? Usually it takes at least 20 days to receive ATAS certificate. My JACS code is F3 and my course is PhD in Physics at University of Huddersfield. What about you?

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Good for him! you mean he applied on 14 July? Usually it takes at least 20 days to receive ATAS certificate. My JACS code is F3 and my course is PhD in Physics at University of Huddersfield. What about you?

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No, 14 August. No typo in that. His was a taught course (MSc). Mine's H2 . I'll be doing MRes in modelling at Swansea University.

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No, 14 August. No typo in that. His was a taught course (MSc). Mine's H2 . I'll be doing MRes in modelling at Swansea University.

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Oh, Really? Lucky chap. Good for him but weird too because it usually takes at least 20 days irrespective of the programme you apply to. My friend too did MRes but in NanoMed at Swansea and graduated a couple of years ago.

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Oh, Really? Lucky chap. Good for him but weird too because it usually takes at least 20 days irrespective of the programme you apply to. My friend too did MRes but in NanoMed at Swansea and graduated a couple of years ago.

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Nanomed . That's nice. Did you get it? I guess your 30 working days are over.

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Nanomed . That's nice. Did you get it? I guess your 30 working days are over.

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Not yet Neeraj. I know today is 30th day and the status is still the same, "submitted". I will contact the university on Monday. What about you? Did you get any update on your ATAS?

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Not yet Neeraj. I know today is 30th day and the status is still the same, "submitted". I will contact the university on Monday. What about you? Did you get any update on your ATAS?

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Not yet Shankar. It's the same ,"submitted". I contacted my university and they are contacting ATAS team.

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Not yet Shankar. It's the same ,"submitted". I contacted my university and they are contacting ATAS team.

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I see. My university said they are not in a position to contact the govt department who issue the ATAS certificate and advised me to wait.

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I see. My university said they are not in a position to contact the govt department who issue the ATAS certificate and advised me to wait.

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Hello buddy, Did you get any update from your university/or ATAS?

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Hello buddy, Did you get any update from your university/or ATAS?

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Nope. The suspense is still on. Apparently the time taken by ATAS team to respond to a mail is 3-4 working days. How about you?

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Nope. The suspense is still on. Apparently the time taken by ATAS team to respond to a mail is 3-4 working days. How about you?

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No updates buddy. As I said earlier, my university can't contact the govt body that issues ATAS certificate so I will have to wait. Let's hope we get it soon.

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I got it Shankar . I think you'll get yours too soon. If you have already got it congrats.Neeraj
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