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Old 12-02-2019, 02:47 AM
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Hi guys.. just saw a post on a Partner visa page on Facebook that a sri lankan applicant who applied in Oct 2018 just got their 309 visa granted today..
On the bright side yay a grant, on the downside that took over a year 😞
What is the FB page?


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On the bright side yay a grant, on the downside that took over a year 😞
It might have been faster, but their sponsor application wasn't done until 28 Aug 2019, 6 months after the application was started. That could likely have held things up.

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Old 12-03-2019, 01:34 AM
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Its called Partner Visa Australia..

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Hi guys.. just saw a post on a Partner visa page on Facebook that a sri lankan applicant who applied in Oct 2018 just got their 309 visa granted today..
On the bright side yay a grant, on the downside that took over a year 😞
What is the FB page?


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partner visa processing time is around 18 months


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partner visa processing time is around 18 months
Global processing times are misleading. Processing times across the world are vastly distributed.(See: https://www.australiaforum.com/visas...ml#post1975677)

Usually, Colombo AHC is good at reasonably quick processing of visas. However, recently they seems to be sleeping. May be they are busy with processing asylum-seeker applications and totally forgotten about partner visas. (of course I am joking).

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Old 12-04-2019, 08:24 AM
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I inquired through a migrant agent on the average processing timelines from Sri Lanka and was told now its around 13 to 21 months


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I inquired through a migrant agent on the average processing timelines from Sri Lanka and was told now its around 13 to 21 months
That's not too bad. Those are usually the 75th and 90th percentile points of the distribution. If correctly interpreted, 75% of applications are completed in less than 13 months, 15% of applications have taken 13 to 21 months and 10% of application have taken more than 21 months.

Could that agent give a link to the source of that information for that information to be credible. Thanks.

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Old 12-06-2019, 12:19 PM
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That's not too bad. Those are usually the 75th and 90th percentile points of the distribution. If correctly interpreted, 75% of applications are completed in less than 13 months, 15% of applications have taken 13 to 21 months and 10% of application have taken more than 21 months.

Could that agent give a link to the source of that information for that information to be credible. Thanks.
Apparently they are unable to give a link for the information in particular. Based on the cases handled an approximate timelines given.


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That's not too bad. Those are usually the 75th and 90th percentile points of the distribution. If correctly interpreted, 75% of applications are completed in less than 13 months, 15% of applications have taken 13 to 21 months and 10% of application have taken more than 21 months.

Could that agent give a link to the source of that information for that information to be credible. Thanks.
Apparently they are unable to give a link for the information in particular. Based on the cases handled an approximate timelines given.
That is the actual global processing times find on the DHA website.... They are simple averages


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That is the actual global processing times find on the DHA website.... They are simple averages
The stats given in the DHA website are not simple averages. Those are the 75th and 90th percentile points of the cumulative time distribution related to all applications processed globally, during the 12 month-period prior to the given month. That is what they mean by the headings on that page: "75% of visa processed" and "90% of visa processed".

In my previous post, I have explained how to accurately interpret those stats.

.https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...ocessing-times

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