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Old 01-27-2015, 04:00 AM
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309 withdrawal now being looked at How long does this take

My wifes 309 sponsorship withdrawal is now being looked at, Been confirmed to me. She has no children or any violence orders.
How long is it likely to take now for her to be given her 28 days notice.
The withdrawal was done in October,


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You're withdrawing your sponsorship of your wife's visa?!

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Only the applicant can withdraw his/her visa. A sponsor can withdraw his sponsorship, not the visa application.

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CCMS ... I am just curious why does it take so long for DIBP to withdraw a sponsorship? I would have thought it would be a fast process.

The OP withdrew it in October, it kind of seems like a long time when all they would have to do is notify the applicant and go from there.


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It generally takes a few weeks or more for DIBP to issue the initial " request for further information" letter. That letter will have a 28 day deadline on it for the applicant to respond. (from the date it is deemed to have been received). The deadline can be extended and the whole thing can drag on for quite a while, before a final decision is made. In the case of a refusal there will be a new 28 day deadline with the option of going to the MRT.

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Thanks for that CCMS.

Interesting that the OP's took to long.


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Thanks for that CCMS. Interesting that the OP's took to long.
It really depends on how busy they are and how much staff is available in the relevant processing centre. They have to follow due process with these things, so most likely there is a queue for sponsorship withdrawals as well !

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It really depends on how busy they are and how much staff is available in the relevant processing centre. They have to follow due process with these things, so most likely there is a queue for sponsorship withdrawals as well !
Now why would that not surprise me


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CCMS so do I assume our letters (mine was registered) would have been sent at the same time (3months after withdrawal) and that my wife is on her 28 days?

She did come to me about reconciliation (which obv didn't happen) and when I emailed DIAC I was told I would need to supply stat decs so I also assume that means no decision has been made yet. Her sister tried to tell me she got a letter from immi saying she can stay for 2 years without me work make money for the family and then go back to Thailand. She has no skills so no 457. Im tipping that's a lala story and if she had any letter to stay immi would not have requested me to renew the sponsorship via stat decs??


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CCMS also can an appeal be made if the visa is knocked back without any supporting evidence
I mean can you just appeal for appeals sake? I would assume its a costly process
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