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Old 04-29-2014, 11:20 AM
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Hi Gopal -

Simply put, there is no "standard" processing time, and different applications can take different amounts of time. DIBP doesn't guarantee anything, and what they post on the web is a rough estimate at best. Wish it were different, but there is no such thing as a dependable timeframe from DIBP for processing visas.

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Hi Mark,

Thank you for the quick reply to my query. But one of my friends who applied for NSW they received visa within 10 months from the date of visa pay. That is the reason why I am little bit anxious to know the time frame. Thank you once again for the reply.

Gopal
Hi Mark,

Good Afternoon. Thank you for the reply.

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Hi Mark,
My husband has submitted visa application for subclass 190 Western Australia,we are 3 person and Lodged in 26 June 2013, our officer has been allocated in 26 July 2013,PCC & Medical requsted in 26 Feb 2014.but still we're wating for grant letter...
1-What's your idea about our time frame?is it normal?
my husband has been work in an international petrochimical company in Iran for more than 11 years and he is mechanical engineer,


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Hi Bahareh -

These can take 9-12 months, so that's still within the typical timeframe. Also some visa grants may be being pushed until after 1 July 2014 due to program targets being met for the 2013-2014 year, but no way to tell for sure unless DIBP informs you of this.

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Hi Mark,

Thank you for the reply.


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Hi Mark

first of all, I would like to thank you for the help and support you provide for all the members here.
i would like to know if one got a 190 nominated visa for certain job . is it obligatory to do the same job that u got nominated for in the first place ?? or is it ok to do any other job if you got a proper job offer in the same state ??
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Hi Swesok -

The obligation is between you and the state skilled migration authorities re: the 2 year commitment to live & work in the state that sponsored you. As to occupation, not sure that's locked in - you would have to look at the individual contract you have with the state but I believe you have some room on that.

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Hi Every body,

I am a new member for this forum. I am waiting for my assessment from Engineers Australia. Can anyone tell me, how much it will going to take? I submitted my CDR on 27th October. Waiting for reply.


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