Who has the shortest spouse visa aproval from Thailand?

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Who has the shortest spouse visa aproval from Thailand?


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Old 07-23-2011, 06:07 AM
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Who has the shortest spouse visa aproval from Thailand?

I am well aware that the processing time for a spouse visa to australia from thailand is 10 months and recently upgraded to 13 months for an application made in thailand.
What i want to know has anyone been granted a spouse visa in thailand under the 10 month period?
If so was there any special circumstances that made the approval early?
I ask becasue of a few things out of the ordinary time frame has happened with my wifes application. These being.
2 days after applying she was asked to go have a medical and get a thai police clearance.
2 months after the applying she is allocated a case officer who has asked for only 1 extra document to be supplied. 4 months being a normal wait for a case officer.


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I am well aware that the processing time for a spouse visa to australia from thailand is 10 months and recently upgraded to 13 months for an application made in thailand.
The standard time is 12 months, and this is only the standard
I hope someone can share their experience with you.

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2 days after applying she was asked to go have a medical and get a thai police clearance.
Why is this unusual? EVERY applicant must do a medical and get a polce check for the countries they have lived in more than 12 months the last 10 years. Every applicant has to do this - it's not unusual.

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2 months after the applying she is allocated a case officer who has asked for only 1 extra document to be supplied. 4 months being a normal wait for a case officer.
Case officers are allocated at different times, 4 months is only a standard and bieng allocated earlier or later is not unusual. It's even a good thing that you got one so early


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I know a medical and police checks are asked for, from what i have read these checks are asked for well into the processing time. NOt on applying.


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I know a medical and police checks are asked for, from what i have read these checks are asked for well into the processing time. NOt on applying.
This is a very good sign They ask for the medical and police check if you have passed the relationship requirement - it means that if she passes the health and character check, she will probably be granted the visa.


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Old 07-29-2011, 09:43 AM
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you should be happy!

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This is a very good sign They ask for the medical and police check if you have passed the relationship requirement - it means that if she passes the health and character check, she will probably be granted the visa.

It seems like you are doing more than FINE! keep you fingers crossed and don't jinx it!

Good luck!


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