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Old 05-13-2016, 03:52 AM
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Hey Guys,

My wife got an email saying that her initial assessment was complete and it was forwarded for a decision. Can anyone tell me what the next step is after this? And how long it takes from here for the grant?

DOL: 03/03/2016
Medical requested: 30/03/2016
Medicals Completed: 04/04/2016
Initial Assessment complete: 03/05/2016
Grant: ???

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Hi akbrocks

If you don't mind, may I know your wife applied by herself or through agent. Is your wife been to Australia before ?. because your wife application process went so quick for final decision.

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If everyone could add their timeline to the forum signature, it will be helpful to anyone who compares their case against yours.
Hey everyone on the 9th of may i sent an email to my case office asking for an update.she just replied today saying this.

" This is in response to your email dated 9 may 2016. An initial assessment has been completed by 06 march 2016 of this application and it has progressed to the next stage to be considered by a senior officer. As you are aware, the standard processing period for Partner visa applications is 12 months and applications are considered by a senior officer in order of lodgement date".

So this was the reply.so i guess now the time is getting closer.senior officer gives the grant according to the date of lodgement.they usually dont send a email saying that initial assessment is completed to everyone. In my case they have completed that and sent it to the final decision in march.so i guess times are getting closer.

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Hi Asa,

Still I haven't heard any grants for Batches ( Applications ) September/ October / November and December 2015.


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Hey everyone on the 9th of may i sent an email to my case office asking for an update.she just replied today saying this.

" This is in response to your email dated 9 may 2016. An initial assessment has been completed by 06 march 2016 of this application and it has progressed to the next stage to be considered by a senior officer. As you are aware, the standard processing period for Partner visa applications is 12 months and applications are considered by a senior officer in order of lodgement date".

So this was the reply.so i guess now the time is getting closer.senior officer gives the grant according to the date of lodgement.they usually dont send a email saying that initial assessment is completed to everyone. In my case they have completed that and sent it to the final decision in march.so i
guess times are getting closer.


Hey Asa,

Hope you are doing great! I'am glad to hear that it has progressed to the next stage for the decision.

Good news is not so far!

Good luck!


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Hey Asa,

Hope you are doing great! I'am glad to hear that it has progressed to the next stage for the decision.

Good news is not so far!

Good luck!
Ya machan.must be the same for everyone


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Hi akbrocks

If you don't mind, may I know your wife applied by herself or through agent. Is your wife been to Australia before ?. because your wife application process went so quick for final decision.

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Pata
Hey Pata,

My wife applied through VFS. No she has not been to Australia before. I really hope they grant the visas quickly

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Hey Pata,

My wife applied through VFS. No she has not been to Australia before. I really hope they grant the visas quickly

cheers,
HI akbrocks

Thanks for your msg. we all in same boat . hope and pray for good news.

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Ya machan.must be the same for everyone
Everybody is silent during the weekend just like the guys from immigration.


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Ya machan.must be the same for everyone
I'm not going to email them asking for a status update assuming I'm on the same boat as you are.

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I'm not going to email them asking for a status update assuming I'm on the same boat as you are.
banda and asa, is 6 months completed for you guys already?


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