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Old 08-26-2013, 10:36 PM
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Hi Dreampower -

Sorry to say that the DIAC processing time estimates are little more than rough guesses, and are nothing that they hold themselves to abide by. The fact that the case officer refused to respond is also nothing to take personally - it happens a lot to applicants and agents. I wish I had something better to tell you, but all you can do is wait until they get around to processing your application. Until DIAC decides to take client service a bit more seriously and end this kind of disrespectful and inconsiderate treatment (endless delays, no updates, unresponded-to emails), there's little any of us can do. DIAC is a monopoly, they have no competition, so we all have no choice but to deal with them on their terms.

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Old 08-27-2013, 04:42 PM
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Dear Mark Northam

My time line is as following;
EOI submitted 27March 2013
Applied for NSW Nomination 11 April 2013
Nominated for NSW on 30 May 2013
Visa application lodged on 19 June 2013
CO assigned and asked for Medical, pcc and work exp doc on 23 July 2013
All doc (Health, pcc and work exp) submitted on 31 July 2013

Now i havenot heard any thing since then.
My questions are;
1. Will I suppose to receive any acknowledgment from CO for doc receipt?
2. How long will it take for visa letter?

Thanks
Microman from Pakistan.


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Hi Microman -

Per the previous post, we're all just guessing as to how long permanent skilled visas will take these days. It's likely a matter of months, but whether it will be 3, 6, 9 or more months is only a guess. Until DIAC decides to actually have a firm commitment to their delivery estimates, rather than essentially giving themselves as much time as they want for any particular application, then we're all left waiting. If I had to guess, at this point I'd say 6 to 9 months. As you'll read here on the forum, some CO's return emails, others refuse to and leave multiple emails unanswered and unresponded to - very inconsistent, but the same issue - until DIAC gets serious about customer service, they can take as long as they want, and all we can do is wait.

Sorry I don't have better news!

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I want to get information regarding Australia immigration. I am Bsc civil engineer and having 8 years of work experience. My age is 35 years. Please advise me how I can proceed for immigration from start.
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Hi Skhan -

There are 2 ways I can think of - do all of your own research on the rules and regulations of the appropriate skills assessor, state sponsorship authority (If applicable) and DIAC visa regulations applicable for the type(s) of visas you are interested in (likely the 489, 189 or 190 if you are looking at skilled immigration), or have a proper assessment done by a registered migration agent who can assist you through the process. In skilled immigration the process is very complex, and there are no "simple answers" in most cases - you've got to research the subject carefully and make sure you meet all the different regulations that may apply.

If you want to do it yourself, I would look into the requirements for CDR at Engineers Australia (assuming your educational qualification fits their requirements), and look into the DIAC requirements for the 489, 189 and 190 visas at SkillSelect.gov.au

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HI all...

Its good to see people getting their visa approved.
I have also applied for visa under subclass 190.
I'm a Mechanical Engineer & I got positive assessment from Engineers Australia on 1st Aug 2013 after 3 months.
Got Sponsorship From Western Australia on 20th aug 2013.
Date of visa application : 23 aug 2013
Medical test was carried out on 24 aug 2013

with this I have few questions
1)When my Case officer will be assigned
2) how will I get to know that my CO (case officer) is assigned
3) So far I have not received PCC, When PCC will be carried out
Aprox time for PCC after medical test is done.
4)After completion of medical test how long will it take for Visa to be granted

I hope friends in here will help me with this.


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Old 09-26-2013, 05:55 PM
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Subclass 190 VISA timeline

HI all...

Its good to see people getting their visa approved.
I have also applied for visa under subclass 190.
I'm a Mechanical Engineer & I got positive assessment from Engineers Australia on 1st Aug 2013 after 3 months.
Got Sponsorship From Western Australia on 20th aug 2013.
Date of visa application : 23 aug 2013
Medical test was carried out on 24 aug 2013

with this I have few questions
1)When my Case officer will be assigned
2) how will I get to know that my CO (case officer) is assigned
3) So far I have not received PCC, When PCC will be carried out
Aprox time for PCC after medical test is done.
4)After completion of medical test how long will it take for Visa to be granted

I hope friends in here will help me with this.


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Hi Syed -

Thanks for the note. Unfortunately DIAC processing times are quite unpredictable. Generally we're seeing 190's granted within 1-4 months of being allocated to a case officer. The security check usually refers to an external security check done by ASIO (Australian security/intelligence), which can sometimes complete quickly, but other times can take months - again, no way to predict.

Hope this helps -

Best,

Mark Northam
Hi mark,
I am manish from india.
I have appllied for subclass 175 - independent. Recently they have ask for my medical examination. Me and my partner had dobe the same and its being accepted and apprived by department. I just want ti know what was the further process. Till what time pcc was done and what was the next process.
Kindly advice.


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Old 09-27-2013, 12:17 AM
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Hi Bhavsar -

Wish I had something better to report, but there's no telling how long 175 applications will take to be processed - in some cases they're taking 2+ years. Until DIBP (formerly DIAC) gives some sort of commitment to processing times, we're all just waiting until they decide to get around to completing these.

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