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Old 06-17-2013, 04:22 PM
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It's a very good way for the australian government to get some money: you want australia? Pay (a lot) for it! They are increasing the costs at an incredible rate.

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It's a very good way for the australian government to get some money: you want australia? Pay (a lot) for it! They are increasing the costs at an incredible rate.
Well, 10 years ago an onshore Partner visa application fee was 1200 AUS ( I know it from some friends), now its 4000...whats gonna be next??

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Old 06-18-2013, 08:37 AM
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Just got the following email from my case officer, after I asked about the ongoing procedure.

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An interview won't be required in your case. I will contact you when your application can be finalised."
Has anyone ever been denied a visa without an Internview? Or in other words, should I put the Champagne in the fridge?

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Old 06-18-2013, 08:43 AM
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I think that's definitely a good sign!

Especially the "I will contact you when your application can be finalised."

yay!


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Old 06-18-2013, 09:02 AM
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Just got the following email from my case officer, after I asked about the ongoing procedure.



Has anyone ever been denied a visa without an Internview? Or in other words, should I put the Champagne in the fridge?
Very good sign... I think you'll have to celebrate soon, very soon!

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Hi guys,
Haven't heard anything in a while....any good news?
It would be so interesting to know how many case workers there are and how many visas they are currently processing. It would be nice if they had a system you could log onto to see the progress.


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Old 06-25-2013, 01:14 PM
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Sorry, no good news. Close to 22 months waiting. My ( fourth) CO is MR.


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Old 06-25-2013, 01:33 PM
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Sorry, no good news. Close to 22 months waiting. My ( fourth) CO is MR.
22 months?!? What's taking so long?? God...I haven't applied yet....if I end up waiting 22 months ill go insane. Do you know what the hold up is?


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Hi guys,
Haven't heard anything in a while....any good news?
It would be so interesting to know how many case workers there are and how many visas they are currently processing. It would be nice if they had a system you could log onto to see the progress.
No news here yet either. Although, she did tell me that the visa will be able to be finalised NEXT month, which I guess would be July, not June...

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No news here either... As we have to give them further information before they can clear my son his medicals.


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