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Old 05-19-2017, 09:29 AM
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student visa subsequent entrant processing time

Hi there,

I am currently started my master course, and my wife (from China) want to join me. She lodged the subsequent entrant application on 20th April, however the visa application status is still shown as received for a month. we are wondering when can it be progressed? And we know all the student visa related applications are processing in Adelaide office, so can we call the Adelaide office to ask them for more detail regrading this problem?

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You just need to be patient. They can take up to 3 months. I have had one in 2 weeks, but it included a very detailed submission on the GTE.

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Hi there,

I am currently started my master course, and my wife (from China) want to join me. She lodged the subsequent entrant application on 20th April, however the visa application status is still shown as received for a month. we are wondering when can it be progressed? And we know all the student visa related applications are processing in Adelaide office, so can we call the Adelaide office to ask them for more detail regrading this problem?

Cheers,
Tommy
It generally takes upto 3 months. If your wife has provided all the necessary documents during the time of visa lodge then there's nothing to worry about. Many of my friends got their visas in a matter of month or even less. However, there's been cases where the process has prolonged upto 4 or even 5 months. So be patient and hope for the best. Good luck!


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Thanks guy, really hope she can come here asap


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