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Old 05-25-2013, 05:18 PM
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DIAC doesn't "definitely" do anything, mihir, just so you know. They do often tell people their medicals are being referred, but I have seen people post here on the forums who were not told, didn't understand why their applications had been delayed, and found out when they called and asked. So... you may not necessarily be informed. HOWEVER, I think it's possible that work visas may work differently than partner visas in a number of ways, and the process could be different, and these were all partner visas that I'm talking about.

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Exactly. But I am very positive about my visa. it will be definitely granted in next week.


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Exactly. But I am very positive about my visa. it will be definitely granted in next week.
Dont worry mihir.be confidence..Positive thinking get you positive....best of luck..i expect you soon with the comment contains your visa approval details...


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Hey, I am still waiting for grant. its been almost 15 days nw..... dnt know the status............. anybody have idea?


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Hi Mihir,

After reading so many threads, all I can say is time varies, so it might takes months or might get lucky and get quicker.

May I ask you which state nomination you are applying for ?

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Hello All. Today i have been granted a visa. So now I will be moving to perth. does any body help me with accommodation?


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Mihir, try another part of this forum as people on here are generally waiting to come or waiting for their partners to come to Australia not sure how much help this question will be for you on this forum.

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Hello All. Today i have been granted a visa. So now I will be moving to perth. does any body help me with accommodation?
Hello mihir.i too get my visa.plansto move perth.charted on september 17th.i have some friends over there.but still struggle to settle.


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Hello mihir.i too get my visa.plansto move perth.charted on september 17th.i have some friends over there.but still struggle to settle.
i mean how do they struggle? whts problem they r facing?


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i mean how do they struggle? whts problem they r facing?
My friend promised me about the accomodation.but still i couldnt find a job over there.


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