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Old 11-30-2018, 03:40 AM
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I got medical done but not PCC. It has been more than a month and not even a single email from immigration.
We should get a response soon. I am stressing out!!!


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Thanks for reply mate. When did you apply ? Did you apply by yourself or took expertise of an agent? If so how much time did ur agent told you for approval?


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Thanks for reply mate. When did you apply ? Did you apply by yourself or took expertise of an agent? If so how much time did ur agent told you for approval?
I got an agent to do it for me. Initially, he said 4 weeks and then changed it to 4-6 weeks. I am from a high-risk country so it might take longer.


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Hi Dan,
I am in the same situation as you. I have lodged my application on the 3rd of October. Did my medical on the 7th of November and I still haven't gotten any update. I am really worried as well.


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I got an agent to do it for me. Initially, he said 4 weeks and then changed it to 4-6 weeks. I am from a high-risk country so it might take longer.
The normal processing time is about 2 months (i.e. 8 weeks) But you never know.


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Hi , did you receive any reply ? Have you checked immi account ? What does it say ?


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Hi , did you receive any reply ? Have you checked immi account ? What does it say ?
No nothing yet. Called the Department yesterday and was told a case officer has not been assigned to my application yet. How about your self?


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Nothing yet. AI belong to India, which country do you belong? Even India is on high risk country list.


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Nothing yet. AI belong to India, which country do you belong? Even India is on high risk country list.
Don't worry, it should be ok. I think it is only a backlog.
I've contacted the SA office. Here is their response;


"If you have lodged an application and received an acknowledgment letter but have not had any contact with a Departmental visa processing officer please remain patient as your application will be attended to as soon as possible. February to April and September through to November are peak visa application processing periods and during this time the Department receives large volume of applications".


"Your application has not yet been allocated to a case officer. In fairness to all of our clients we are allocating the applications
based on the date of receipt"
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"When your application has been allocated to a case officer, the case officer will make an assessment of your application and
contact you if any further documents are required to finalise your application".

We applied at the same time so the response will be also applicable to you.

Wish a good luck for both of us. Please let me know if you hear anything from the department.

Cheers


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Don't worry, it should be ok. I think it is only a backlog.
I've contacted the SA office. Here is their response;


"If you have lodged an application and received an acknowledgment letter but have not had any contact with a Departmental visa processing officer please remain patient as your application will be attended to as soon as possible. February to April and September through to November are peak visa application processing periods and during this time the Department receives large volume of applications".


"Your application has not yet been allocated to a case officer. In fairness to all of our clients we are allocating the applications
based on the date of receipt"
.
"When your application has been allocated to a case officer, the case officer will make an assessment of your application and
contact you if any further documents are required to finalise your application".

We applied at the same time so the response will be also applicable to you.

Wish a good luck for both of us. Please let me know if you hear anything from the department.

Cheers
Thanks for sharing that response. Good news is they are stating that applications will be processed by date of receipt.

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