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Old 05-28-2018, 01:51 AM
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Yeah you are lucky enough thatís your Immi status shows in further assessment within 6 months. Hopefully it will turn out same with all of us and we all get our visa soon.
I'm pretty sure it was due to the system update. People whose status' were "Assessment in Progress" got changed to the revised "Further Assessment". Most second stage applications have had that status since they applied.

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I'm pretty sure it was due to the system update. People whose status' were "Assessment in Progress" got changed to the revised "Further Assessment". Most second stage applications have had that status since they applied.
Yes absolutely, my last updated date is still on the late 2017, so I guess nothing has changed since then

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Yeah you are lucky enough that’s your Immi status shows in further assessment within 6 months. Hopefully it will turn out same with all of us and we all get our visa soon.
I'm pretty sure it was due to the system update. People whose status' were "Assessment in Progress" got changed to the revised "Further Assessment". Most second stage applications have had that status since they applied.

Yes , do you know currently immigration takes how many months to grant the 100 visa.
Any idea?

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Yeah you are lucky enough that’s your Immi status shows in further assessment within 6 months. Hopefully it will turn out same with all of us and we all get our visa soon.
I'm pretty sure it was due to the system update. People whose status' were "Assessment in Progress" got changed to the revised "Further Assessment". Most second stage applications have had that status since they applied.

Yes , do you know currently immigration takes how many months to grant the 100 visa.
Any idea?
continually asking the same question
won't change the answer Vicky

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Yes , do you know currently immigration takes how many months to grant the 100 visa.
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Nope, a general rule is expect to wait a year minimum and two years maximum


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Typically, they request information, you provide the information as requested, and then you click the button.

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I want to ask that in my Immi account there is a space for 60 attachments and I am already uploaded 60 documents some of them I have uploaded twice and now there is no any space left to attach more documents. But under my wife’s section there is also a space for 60 attachments, can I upload documents under her section. When immigration ask for any documents ?

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I want to ask that in my Immi account there is a space for 60 attachments and I am already uploaded 60 documents some of them I have uploaded twice and now there is no any space left to attach more documents. But under my wifeís section there is also a space for 60 attachments, can I upload documents under her section. When immigration ask for any documents ?
It's a good idea to read the visa website and provided sublinks before applying to avoid issues.

"Attach your documents after you have paid the application fee when ImmiAccount tells you to. Attach each document only once. Make sure you have prepared your documents for attaching. Information about preparing your documents is at Step 3 Gather Documents.

You can upload a maximum of 60 documents per applicant and each document can have many pages. For example, if providing photographs, you can combine several photographs into one document (such as a PDF file). The file size limit for each document is 5MB.

If you reach your document limit, you can attach further documents to your sponsorís application."

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woke up to an interesting email this morning for a request for more info. all they are after is our sons birth certificate and only page 4 of form 80. annoyingly the computer I had our original form 80 on died so wrote a sentence explaining possibly discrepancy with dates.
and looks like they've sent the application to London.
also specifically asked to email the info and they didn't do the more info required option on the online app.

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odd one for the senior members. have you come across many instances where they ask for a police check from overseas when the applicant has only been out of the country for 90 days since arriving in the country 1.5 years ago.
just had the request and because it's for Thailand an we don't live near Sydney or Canberra we will have to spend around 500 and 2-3 days leave to get the check done which would cost $10.
I did send a polite but confused email to check referencing the checklist


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odd one for the senior members. have you come across many instances where they ask for a police check from overseas when the applicant has only been out of the country for 90 days since arriving in the country 1.5 years ago.
just had the request and because it's for Thailand an we don't live near Sydney or Canberra we will have to spend around 500 and 2-3 days leave to get the check done which would cost $10.
I did send a polite but confused email to check referencing the checklist
How long were you in Thailand at that time?


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