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Old 11-16-2016, 09:27 PM
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We got ours today. Just under 5 months start to finish. Way quicker than 10-14!

Only correspondence was on July 20 then nothing until today.

Applied: June 21
Case Worker: July 20
Submitted all health and criminal record checks: Sept 12
Granted: Nov 16

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Congrats!

It's been 3 months for us now and no case worker, no contact, nothing...

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Congrats BBB.

Janne still the same for me. I've been waiting 8 weeks now and no contact.

Reckon August/September they got busy and it's slowed down.


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Yeah, during summer break applications accumulated, but everyone was in Spain

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Hooray, mine was granted 16th November, so just one day over 5 months in total. Also my PR was granted at the same time.

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Hooray, mine was granted 16th November, so just one day over 5 months in total. Also my PR was granted at the same time.
Congrats Trapper.

When did you apply and receive contact from your CO?


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I applied 15h June, it's on my time line and appointed a CO 19th July.

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So it is - sorry mate.

Looks like they're currently granting mid to end of June going on yours and BBB dates.

Looks like I'll just sit tight until February and just hope haha.


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My wife received her visa yesterday also.
Timeline as follows:

Applied: 22 June 2016
Case officer: 19 July 2016
UK Police certificate: 6 September 2016
Medical: 8 September 2016
Visa Granted: 16 November 2016

She received both 309 and 100 visas. We have been married for over 10 years and with a child.
We received the email from our case officer (EH) on the 19th July 2016 requesting the police and medical be completed within 70 days.
We deliberately took our time with the medical and police certificate as the plan is to leave after the end of the school year in July 2017.
I did contact Australia House after receiving the email to ensure that everything else was in order and they only required the police and medical information and that was confirmed by them.
From looking over many timelines for the last few months I was confident it would take around 5 - 6 months.
Good luck to all those still waiting. If you have any questions happy to help.

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15th June, 21st June and 22nd June.

Congrats to you all.


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