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Old 08-13-2015, 11:18 AM
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There's been a November grant on another forum. Fingers crossed for everyone waiting that they start to speed things up.
Do you know who their CO was, we applied Dec 1st so seeing November approvals is a little exciting.


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It's was DP which is the same as me! I'm also a November application so getting anxious/exited now!!

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It's was DP which is the same as me! I'm also a November application so getting anxious/exited now!!
Same as us, fingers crossed we both hear something soon. :-)


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I am delighted to tell you that on the 13th August (10 months and one day after I lodged my application) my 309 was granted. Very handy as we are currently on the move to Australia and arrive in a couple of months. Yay.

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Congratulations Woodiain. Best of luck with the move.


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My husband just got his grant letter for the 309 this morning. 10 months and 2 days after application. Today is also his birthday, so a nice surprise.

We are so pleased. We were worried that we would have to go through health waiver process but end the end this was not requested (this in itself was a huge surprise as hubby has been on very costly treatment to control his condition) we did go to the medical with letter from consultant and 5 years of clinic letters etc.

Now to plan a very long visa run to Oz as we have decided not to move until closer to hubbys 100 qualification date as jobs seen so far are requesting PR status.

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My husband just got his grant letter for the 309 this morning. 10 months and 2 days after application. Today is also his birthday, so a nice surprise. We are so pleased. We were worried that we would have to go through health waiver process but end the end this was not requested (this in itself was a huge surprise as hubby has been on very costly treatment to control his condition) we did go to the medical with letter from consultant and 5 years of clinic letters etc. Now to plan a very long visa run to Oz as we have decided not to move until closer to hubbys 100 qualification date as jobs seen so far are requesting PR status.
Well done...big congrats!


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My husband just got his grant letter for the 309 this morning. 10 months and 2 days after application. Today is also his birthday, so a nice surprise. We are so pleased. We were worried that we would have to go through health waiver process but end the end this was not requested (this in itself was a huge surprise as hubby has been on very costly treatment to control his condition) we did go to the medical with letter from consultant and 5 years of clinic letters etc. Now to plan a very long visa run to Oz as we have decided not to move until closer to hubbys 100 qualification date as jobs seen so far are requesting PR status.
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Hi all,

My wife submitted her application back in February this year and 6 months later we're still to be assigned a CO yet.

Should we be chasing this or did others have to wait this long before having a CO assigned? From reading on this forum it seems like some people have had a CO contact them fairly early so just getting worried that our application has been forgotten!! Very frustating.

Any advice would be great.

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Hi all,

My wife submitted her application back in February this year and 6 months later we're still to be assigned a CO yet.

Should we be chasing this or did others have to wait this long before having a CO assigned? From reading on this forum it seems like some people have had a CO contact them fairly early so just getting worried that our application has been forgotten!! Very frustating.

Any advice would be great.

Thanks.
i applied the same time and got my co within 3 weeks. i have my medical next week . the co when he contacted us, said they dont need any more docs or info and we will just go into the queue according to processing times. so judging by the guys who got granted above (congrats to all) we should be getting ours at the start of december.
if i were you, i would chase


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