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Old 06-10-2020, 02:18 AM
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I was a silent viewer on this group and used to read posts to apply for my 100 visa. I applied for subclass 100 on 6th june 2020 and it was granted to me yesterday( 8th june).
Thank you everyone 😊
That is Extremely luckiness.

If what you wrote was correct, and you really meant 6 June 2020, and not 2019, then you are the most lucky person I ever seen regarding this class of visa 100.

May please give us a bit of your timeline, i.e when you lodged your first class visa 309, how long your 309 visa took to be granted, when you arrived into the country?

This will give us more infor on your situation.


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Are you in Australia? I have only assisted clients to apply for AFPs onshore and they are normally posted to us (that's why I gave you that time frame).

I am not sure if what you read was that they were going to process it within 48 hours and send you a confirmation email?

Sometimes I attach the application receipt to the IMMI Account and the AFP once I received it.

Hi, yes I’m in Australia. I think I saw that on the FAQs or something, can’t remember now. But I guess it said that the AFP will be emailed after some hours and the mail will come through in 15 days. I’ll look again and if I can find it, I’ll post a link.

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Are you in Australia? I have only assisted clients to apply for AFPs onshore and they are normally posted to us (that's why I gave you that time frame).

I am not sure if what you read was that they were going to process it within 48 hours and send you a confirmation email?

Sometimes I attach the application receipt to the IMMI Account and the AFP once I received it.

Hi, yes I’m in Australia. I think I saw that on the FAQs or something, can’t remember now. But I guess it said that the AFP will be emailed after some hours and the mail will come through in 15 days. I’ll look again and if I can find it, I’ll post a link.

It’s in the afp.gov.au FAQs
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I see now what you meant. Hope they process, complete and dispatch yours really soon . You can always email/ring them if it takes them way longer than expected. Not sure if delays can be expected due to Covid-19. I have not lodged one recently.

Just want to check that you applied for the right one. Did you tick Code 33?

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That is Extremely luckiness.

If what you wrote was correct, and you really meant 6 June 2020, and not 2019, then you are the most lucky person I ever seen regarding this class of visa 100.

May please give us a bit of your timeline, i.e when you lodged your first class visa 309, how long your 309 visa took to be granted, when you arrived into the country?

This will give us more infor on your situation.


Good luck with this never seen luck

Hassan
Thank You Hassan.

My timeline is as below-
1. Applied 309- March 2018
Arrived in Australia May 2018 on Visitor Visa 600. Have been here
since then and taken occasional international short trips.
Granted - Dec 2018

2. Applied for 100 - 6th June 2020
Granted- 8th June 2020


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My timeline is as below-
1. Applied 309- March 2018
Arrived in Australia May 2018 on Visitor Visa 600. Have been here
since then and taken occasional international short trips.
Granted - Dec 2018

2. Applied for 100 - 6th June 2020
Granted- 8th June 2020
Your eligibility date for the 100 was in March 2020, so the actual processing time would be calculated as 3 months.

2 days from submission is fast. The fastest I have noticed before were 8 and 10 days.

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Your eligibility date for the 100 was in March 2020, so the actual processing time would be calculated as 3 months.

2 days from submission is fast. The fastest I have noticed before were 8 and 10 days.
Oh so the processing time is the eligibility date. For example I applied in April as I got an email saying I could apply, although I applied for my 309 in May, therefore although its been 2 months since I applied, its only actually been 1 month processing, is that correct?


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Oh so the processing time is the eligibility date. For example I applied in April as I got an email saying I could apply, although I applied for my 309 in May, therefore although its been 2 months since I applied, its only actually been 1 month processing, is that correct?
According to the way that immigration calculate it, yes.
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Processing time for subclass 801 Partner (permanent) visa and 100 Partner (permanent) visa is from date of eligibility (2 years after the 820/801 or 309/100 application is lodged) to finalisation.
I've seen some that give pretty fast times, from application, but they lodged late.
For example:
Eligible to apply for 2nd stage on 04/11/18
Applied on 07/10/19, almost a year after eligible.
Granted 15/10/19, 8 days after application, but 11.3 months after eligibility.

I think they do some of the checks, after the eligible date, but before we lodge, if we lodge later.

We lodged 3 months after eligible, and PR was granted only 6 months after we submitted, but 9 months after eligible.

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Thank You Hassan.

My timeline is as below-
1. Applied 309- March 2018
Arrived in Australia May 2018 on Visitor Visa 600. Have been here
since then and taken occasional international short trips.
Granted - Dec 2018

2. Applied for 100 - 6th June 2020
Granted- 8th June 2020
Thank you so much ANZ for the detailed information about your journey.

Congratulations for the grant of PR. One step away from becoming Ausie if you wish.

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According to the way that immigration calculate it, yes.


I've seen some that give pretty fast times, from application, but they lodged late.
For example:
Eligible to apply for 2nd stage on 04/11/18
Applied on 07/10/19, almost a year after eligible.
Granted 15/10/19, 8 days after application, but 11.3 months after eligibility.

I think they do some of the checks, after the eligible date, but before we lodge, if we lodge later.

We lodged 3 months after eligible, and PR was granted only 6 months after we submitted, but 9 months after eligible.
my case was that I submitted further docs 2 months before the eligibility date.
it took 15.5 months from the lodgement date, and 14.5 months from the eligibility date.

I thought it is better to delay than to submit before the eligibility date.

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