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Old 09-16-2012, 09:35 AM
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military discharge paper

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I am new in this forum. I have applied for the visa 457, state sponsored visa last year October. My case officer was appointed on 17th July. My case officer asked for medical,police and my husband's military discharge paper. My husband will be getting the discharge paper on march 2013. I have informed my case officer about this and also submitted my and my husband's medical and police clearance. I submitted all the necessary supporting docs and these papers on 5th August 2012. its been over a month, but I still didn't get any response from them. Can someone tell me how much time it usually takes?


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