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Old 11-22-2016, 03:17 PM
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Would be interested to know about that as well but I believe his application was handled in UK and that's where it was lodged too.

Hi both - my husband is from South Africa, but we applied in London on the 25.06.2016. We have been living here for 4 years, so he had to get police certs from both UK and South Africa - the SA police check I was expecting to take a while, but it didnt it was quite quick actually.

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Thank you for your feedback...
Yes police clearance us fast here got mine within a month.

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Ok...
Think all the places have different times to grant visas.
Yea unfortunately :-/

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Thank you for sharing. Interesting you heard so quickly about your medical/police check. I applied 18th August and have has no contact. I'm sure you will be granted your visa in the next couple of months.
Perhaps! We will just be happy if it's granted, that's the main thing, we are not stressing over how long it takes really, as there's nothing we can do to influence that (apart from what we have done already - prepare the best application we can). I do understand it is far more stressful for others with different situations though, especially the prospect of time apart.

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Hey Chloerose, have you guys heard anything yet?


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Nope nothing yet... still waiting... anyone else heard anything?


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Nope nothing yet... still waiting... anyone else heard anything?
Nope (Pretoria)

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Approaching the 3 month mark since application lodged without contact.

Not so enjoyable this waiting business.


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I passed my 4 month wait yesterday...

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I havent seen anymore grants from June as yet...so maybe these are all yet to come. I uploaded a job offer this morning - I have been offered a job starting in Jan back in Melbourne, so hoping this in some way will assist with the approval times.

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