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Old 03-02-2019, 06:04 AM
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I applied for my 485 as main applicant in Dec 2018 and got it approved within 52 days. Application was decision ready, I attached only most necessary documentation that was required and didn't try to add as many documents as I can. I noticed some people are attaching massive amount of docs - everything that they can think of. Imo this only shows that you don't understand what's required from you.
However, I would do medicals and include HAP ID together with application and wouldn't wait until I'm asked to do so. Same with proving your relationship - if fairly you're recently married then I think it's a good idea to add evidence of your relationship.

I applied for my husband as SE on Feb 1st and included myself in .xls file. Best of luck everyone!
Hey Dage,
The thing is , with the main applicant is about 2 month now, with SE now need about 80-90 days.


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Hey Dage,
The thing is , with the main applicant is about 2 month now, with SE now need about 80-90 days.
hm, may I ask where did get this info? That it's 2 months now? When I applied for 485 processing time was 90 days to 4 months


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Old 03-02-2019, 07:37 AM
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hm, may I ask where did get this info? That it's 2 months now? When I applied for 485 processing time was 90 days to 4 months
Ask around you will know, the time on their website is not 100% reflect most of peoples time.


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Ask around you will know, the time on their website is not 100% reflect most of peoples time.
But I actually did, since I finished studies back in November and applied around the same time as many of my uni friends did. Some of them got visas in Jan as me, some just recently, but I also know 2 guys who are still waiting I wonder what's going on there

Anyway, 80 days would still be better than 4 or even 5 months


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has everyone added there spouse name in passport?


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Old 03-02-2019, 09:26 AM
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How much time does it take to grant a visa after submittion of medical ?


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When did u submit medical


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My medical appointment was on 26th Feb


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My medical appointment was on 26th Feb
I read it somewhere that it takes 8-10 days after the reports are submitted.
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There’s a huge difference between 485 and 485SE . Someone was saying I got it in 52 days . My partner got it in 28 days but as we can see SE is taking time.
I have high hopes in this week lets see.
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My medical appointment was on 26th Feb
mine was on 23
Let’s see
My medical report was cleared by immigration on 28th
So let’s see


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