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Old 10-09-2019, 10:40 AM
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Currently further assessment
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That means your application has reached another stage and can be assumed is processed more than ours. However, this depends on the CO as well. Some COs don't update. In some cases visa has been granted while status is "received".

Has anyone from AHC has contacted you for information?
Same here. Really hope they start granting soon. My agent said they have a Jan application still pending 😞 it’s very unpredictable


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Same here. Really hope they start granting soon. My agent said they have a Jan application still pending 😞 it’s very unpredictable
Not specific to the Colombo center, but there are applications from August 2018 onwards still pending... On a more general note though, recently I've seen Dec 2018 and Jan 2019 applications being processed so the waiting times are very unpredictable..


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Not too sure about their status..but they didnt get any notification and straight got the grant...

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That means your application has reached another stage and can be assumed is processed more than ours. However, this depends on the CO as well. Some COs don't update. In some cases visa has been granted while status is "received".

Has anyone from AHC has contacted you for information?
Hi SLB,

My husbands is also further assessment but we applied in June. Have you done medical and uploaded police clearance too? I thought it automatically moved to further assessment after my hubby did medical

@RG123 do you know whether your friend who received grant in March was in initial assessment or status changed to further assessment?


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True! Like a few people i know got it within 5 months but there are others waiting from dec 2018..so fingers crossed!

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That means your application has reached another stage and can be assumed is processed more than ours. However, this depends on the CO as well. Some COs don't update. In some cases visa has been granted while status is "received".

Has anyone from AHC has contacted you for information?
Same here. Really hope they start granting soon. My agent said they have a Jan application still pending 😞 it’s very unpredictable


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Just got my tourist visa granted guys for one year they processed it in 9 days.. unfortunately the partner visa processing isnt as fast! Lol


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Just got my tourist visa granted guys for one year<img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> they processed it in 9 days.. unfortunately the partner visa processing isnt as fast! Lol
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Just got my tourist visa granted guys for one year they processed it in 9 days.. unfortunately the partner visa processing isnt as fast! Lol
Congratulations. Now you can be with your partner, hopefully, until partner visa is granted.

Could you please answer few question for the benefit of the others:
1. Which stream did you apply in visitor visa sub class 600? Tourist stream or sponsored family stream
2. What is the length of stay that you have requested in the visitor visa application?
3. What are the reasons for the visit that you have given? e.g. to travel and see the country, to be with partner, to visit other family and friends etc.
4. Is the visitor's visa for a single 12 months long stay or is it multiple entry for shorter durations within one year time period.
5. Is No Further Stay (condition 8503) given on the visa.

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Hi SLB,

My husbands is also further assessment but we applied in June. Have you done medical and uploaded police clearance too? I thought it automatically moved to further assessment after my hubby did medical

@RG123 do you know whether your friend who received grant in March was in initial assessment or status changed to further assessment?
Medical and PCC not done yet. Two reasons: Due to travel commitments it is hard to do the medical. There is a possibility that medical might expire if it takes a longer time to process. AHC hasn't requested those yet.
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Thankyou SLBee!

So just to answer your questions:
1) Applied for the 600 subclass tourist stream. Applied by myself without an agent.
2) In the 1419 form I requested for 3 months but i got a letter from my employer requesting for 5 weeks of leave.
3) Reason was to simply spend time with my husband. We are also celebrating our 3 year wedding anni in Dec so mentioned that as well.
4) its a 1 year multiple entry visa
5) No, that condition was not given.

Hope this helps!


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Just got my tourist visa granted guys for one year<img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> they processed it in 9 days.. unfortunately the partner visa processing isnt as fast! Lol
Congratulations. Now you can be with your partner, hopefully, until partner visa is granted.

Could you please answer few question for the benefit of the others:
1. Which stream did you apply in visitor visa sub class 600? Tourist stream or sponsored family stream
2. What is the length of stay that you have requested in the visitor visa application?
3. What are the reasons for the visit that you have given? e.g. to travel and see the country, to be with partner, to visit other family and friends etc.
4. Is the visitor's visa for a single 12 months long stay or is it multiple entry for shorter durations within one year time period.
5. Is No Further Stay (condition 8503) given on the visa.

Thank you


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