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Old 02-10-2013, 07:00 AM
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The Initials of my CO are BJ. I m very Lucky with her as she replies always very quickly and I always got her on the the phone when I had questions, with a lot of understanding for the case. I am already back in Australia with a visitor visa.
If I don't hear from my co about great news within a week I gonna send her an email, hoping my visa will be approved soon!

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The Initials of my CO are BJ. I m very Lucky with her as she replies always very quickly and I always got her on the the phone when I had questions, with a lot of understanding for the case. I am already back in Australia with a visitor visa.
If I don't hear from my co about great news within a week I gonna send her an email, hoping my visa will be approved soon!
Hey mirmir,
I am not familiar with BJ but it sounds like she is an angel to me. I think we would all be happy to have her as a CO. Mine doesn't respond to emails at all and doesn't answer the phone so we are on the other side of the table here. I am really looking forward to hearing your great news soon and wonderful that you are in OZ again.


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I Cant believe it!!!!! Just half an hour ago I got the email my visa is ready!! I am so relieved bloody hell ::)) just have to make travel arrangements now!!!
Applied 1. August!
Good luck to everyone!!

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Congrats! Berlin we need more good news this short month!


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Old 02-11-2013, 10:53 AM
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I Cant believe it!!!!! Just half an hour ago I got the email my visa is ready!! I am so relieved bloody hell ::)) just have to make travel arrangements now!!!
Applied 1. August!
Good luck to everyone!!
Oh mirimiri I am so pleased for you!!!! Congrats to you and your partner. All the very best with your future together...the wait was worth it 8-)


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I have just learnt first hand that when ASIO requests for more information from you and you provide it, they push your application to the back of the line. In my case they asked what I was doing for 2 months immediately after i finished my high school. I provided this information the same day it was requested, which was the first week of September 2012. Now they say that I should count at least 6 months from September in order to get the new processing time for my security check. Which means i am looking at my visa being granted on the 17th or 18th month mark at the earliest.

Crap! the height of inefficiency = ASIO + DIAC

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I have just learnt first hand that when ASIO requests for more information from you and you provide it, they push your application to the back of the line. In my case they asked what I was doing for 2 months immediately after i finished my high school. I provided this information the same day it was requested, which was the first week of September 2012. Now they say that I should count at least 6 months from September in order to get the new processing time for my security check. Which means i am looking at my visa being granted on the 17th or 18th month mark at the earliest.

Crap! the height of inefficiency = ASIO + DIAC
That is not fair!!!! Why would they put it to the back of the line??? Can I ask where you found out this info from? At least it is god news that it is 6 months wait as I was told that it is 12 months+ for the processing from ASIO...but I guess at this point anything that takes extra time for you is NOT GOOD.
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They did the same thing to us in October 2012. Almost the same question, what did he do between finishing school and going to Uni ! Crazy. Not heard anything since. We passed 17 months waiting. In 2 weeks time is going to be 18 months. I am so depressed.


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Old 02-13-2013, 12:22 PM
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I have just learnt first hand that when ASIO requests for more information from you and you provide it, they push your application to the back of the line. In my case they asked what I was doing for 2 months immediately after i finished my high school. I provided this information the same day it was requested, which was the first week of September 2012. Now they say that I should count at least 6 months from September in order to get the new processing time for my security check. Which means i am looking at my visa being granted on the 17th or 18th month mark at the earliest.

Crap! the height of inefficiency = ASIO + DIAC

Damn, they asked me almost identical question. In the applications you enter what schools you have and what jobs you did, nobody asks what you did between school and your first job. Damn, that's why I am waiting for so long!!!

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Damn, they asked me almost identical question. In the applications you enter what schools you have and what jobs you did, nobody asks what you did between school and your first job. Damn, that's why I am waiting for so long!!!
Yup....that was the question. But when I first lodged the application I included all that, the thing is, now they just wanted me to break it down into individual months and explain what i did and who was financing me.

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