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Old 09-05-2016, 11:35 AM
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Could anyone tell me what the timelines are from London I'v read different times anythink from 10-14 months to 9-6 months and now it 4.5 -6 months Very confused


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Could anyone tell me what the timelines are from London I'v read different times anythink from 10-14 months to 9-6 months and now it 4.5 -6 months Very confused
Officially 10-14 months (High Commission website). There have been cases that took a lot less time (5-6 months). It always depends on your personal circumstances.
Better to plan for a year of waiting and be positively surprised if it takes less than planning for 6 months and then being disappointed that it takes a year (or longer)!

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Officially 10-14 months (High Commission website). There have been cases that took a lot less time (5-6 months). It always depends on your personal circumstances.
Better to plan for a year of waiting and be positively surprised if it takes less than planning for 6 months and then being disappointed that it takes a year (or longer)!
Thank you so much it always the way when u want somethink to hurry up it never dose lol. Thank agaian


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Has anyone been granted visa 100/309 from London?
Not yet, we applied April 20th, when did you lodge your application?


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Not yet, we applied April 20th, when did you lodge your application?
We lodge our application on the 8th April we got an case officer on the 10june heard no more.


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We lodge our application on the 8th April we got an case officer on the 10june heard no more.
Similar to us, lodged April 20, case officer allocated on June 15, and have not heard anything else.


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Similar to us, lodged April 20, case officer allocated on June 15, and have not heard anything else.
I'll definitely will keep in touch with u if that is ok and I'll let u know if I hear anythink when are u looking to move to auatraila?


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I'll definitely will keep in touch with u if that is ok and I'll let u know if I hear anythink when are u looking to move to auatraila?
That would be great I'll do the same. We were hoping to go for Xmas, But I fear there may be too much to organise (renting the house etc) if we don't get the visa before end October. How about you guys?


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That would be great I'll do the same. We were hoping to go for Xmas, But I fear there may be too much to organise (renting the house etc) if we don't get the visa before end October. How about you guys?
My hubby is flying out first to rent a house and get sorted for myself and the girls and then we fly out end of November well that is the plan but I'm starting to think to change plan if the visa dosent hurry up it has been a very stressful time we have been liveing with my parents since January so really want to get out there now lol


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My hubby is flying out first to rent a house and get sorted for myself and the girls and then we fly out end of November well that is the plan but I'm starting to think to change plan if the visa dosent hurry up it has been a very stressful time we have been liveing with my parents since January so really want to get out there now lol
Ah, I know, the waiting is really, really awful isn't it? I wish they could tell us that you'll get you visa on date X, even if date X is months away ... it just messes with planning (or lack thereof!)


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