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Old 06-03-2015, 01:24 PM
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I provided all the documents , including bank statements , letter from employee ( government ) all supporting but department think I will not return

Seems you havnt presented your application in such a manner , I think you should seek professional assistance from a MARA agent. Usually Australia visit visa is not hard to get like UK, but your case has to be a strong one, reasons have to be valid & honest.

If they get the slightest doubt it will be rejected.


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Old 06-03-2015, 01:52 PM
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Hey guys! Hubby applied for spouse visa 4/12/2014, CO asked for docs 10/12/2014. We did the medical 17/12/2014 and submitted police clearance 29/12/2014. Was called for an interview in April and received a letter saying we are in the final Que on April 17. Still waiting- I assume for a few more months more!


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Old 06-04-2015, 03:33 AM
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Hey guys! Hubby applied for spouse visa 4/12/2014, CO asked for docs 10/12/2014. We did the medical 17/12/2014 and submitted police clearance 29/12/2014. Was called for an interview in April and received a letter saying we are in the final Que on April 17. Still waiting- I assume for a few more months more!

Hello Simmy , welcome to the thread, nice to hear that ur application has moved to the final queue. Did you receive a letter stating within how many months it will be considered ? if so how many months have they stated ?



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Hey Ninjagal! Yes in April in the email they said within 7 months :/


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Old 06-05-2015, 02:11 AM
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Hey Ninjagal! Yes in April in the email they said within 7 months :/
ok in my case 11 months were stated in the letter, but I was put to the final queue in less two months from lodging the application.

I think it's a general letter where they change the no of months calculating from the day you submitted the application

So I guess you will have to wait now


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Old 06-07-2015, 06:02 PM
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Any Onshore 820 applicants from Sri Lanka here? Submitted a 'decision-ready' application 23rd August, 2014 , received the e-mail saying it was assigned to the Brisbane processing centre in April '15, but nothing since. Anyone know what the average waiting period is for Sri Lankans applying onshore? I know we're a high-risk country, but do we have the same waiting times as , for example, the Pakistanis? Some of them have been waiting 18+ months!!

'Queues' get mentioned a lot on this thread. Assume it's an offshore application thing?


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ok in my case 11 months were stated in the letter, but I was put to the final queue in less two months from lodging the application.

I think it's a general letter where they change the no of months calculating from the day you submitted the application

So I guess you will have to wait now

Any updates Ninja? I haven't received any so far, gonna cross 8 months time line this week :-)


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Old 06-09-2015, 02:18 AM
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Any updates Ninja? I haven't received any so far, gonna cross 8 months time line this week :-)
Even I crossed 8 months last week on 02/06/2015 it's either we get it this week or at the beginning of July


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Any Onshore 820 applicants from Sri Lanka here? Submitted a 'decision-ready' application 23rd August, 2014 , received the e-mail saying it was assigned to the Brisbane processing centre in April '15, but nothing since. Anyone know what the average waiting period is for Sri Lankans applying onshore? I know we're a high-risk country, but do we have the same waiting times as , for example, the Pakistanis? Some of them have been waiting 18+ months!!

'Queues' get mentioned a lot on this thread. Assume it's an offshore application thing?
After reading through the site I believe the process is similar on both onshore and offshore and I believe the final queus are applicable to both.

As per the immigration site the average processing time is 12-15months



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