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Old 05-12-2015, 08:24 PM
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Hi All,

First time in this forum and seems to be very well informed. Just thought I would introduce myself and details on my Spouse Visa Application for Australia.

I've applied for my Spouse Visa (BC 100 Permanent), with a lodgement date of 5th September 2014, and was assigned a case officer at the same time.

I attended my Medical as requested on 6th March 2015, and after chasing immigration department, I received confirmation of Police Check being received on 15th April 2015.

I have had 2 emails after communications with Immigration, on 16/04/15 & 11/05/15 saying my visa is under assessment or being processed.

At the moment not reading too much into these, but hoping for a speedy outcome!!

Has anyone else applied through London at similar a times or have any news on visas being granted.

Thanks and look forward to hearing back

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Hi Rich

Welcome to the forum, it is great place for help and information.

My wife and I applied August 29th and as yet no one who applied in August through London has posted to say that their visa has been granted. If you do receive yours please let us know as I'm sure lots of people would be keen to hear. Berlin seems to be marching ahead with grants with people who applied in September receiving theirs.

Good luck with your application.

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where are we on the london processing . i know they havent granted anything in may so far. am i right in saying that july 2014 applications for the most part have been granted ?


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I think you're right. Sadly it looks like London has taken a break when it comes to granting spouse visa's in May.


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Hi all,

I have just found this forum and it's so helpful! I am playing the waiting game too! I applied for my partner visa online on 4th August. My medicals and police check have been completed and have been sent so now just patiently waiting. My partner is back in Aus waiting for me (as his visa for the UK ran out in April). Looks like I am one of the earliest dates in August so far so will be interested to see if they are granted in any particular order. Hoping they hurry up and start granting some in May!!!

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If July 21st was the date that processing times increased to 10-14 months, fingers crossed grants start up again this Thursday (21st May)!!! Or at least start next week. Good luck to all those waiting x


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If July 21st was the date that processing times increased to 10-14 months, fingers crossed grants start up again this Thursday (21st May)!!! Or at least start next week. Good luck to all those waiting x
Just seen on another forum a 309 granted this morning, 2 days short of the 10 month mark. Hope this is the start of a roll for London

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Just seen on another forum a 309 granted this morning, 2 days short of the 10 month mark. Hope this is the start of a roll for London
Fingers Crossed!!!

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Hi All,

Thanks again for the info and updates on processing, it's nice to know that it's not just me waiting, haha!!!! Sometimes feels it as no friends/family in same position except my wife and kids. Fingers crossed for London to start processing soon then, really can't wait now, especially seen as we've flogged the house and moving out end of this month!!


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Just seen on another forum a 309 granted this morning, 2 days short of the 10 month mark. Hope this is the start of a roll for London
Which thread did you see this on I like reading what everyone writes we applied 29th August so all exciting


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