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Old 05-24-2013, 12:07 PM
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TIme required after submitting the pcc, medical and form 80

Hi,

I have applied for subclass 190 visa and had received a mail from CO asking for medical, pcc and form 80. I have submitted all the documents on 22/05/2013.

I would like to know how much time CO takes to grant the visa generally? I hope by this time he might have verified all the things.

Anyone can reply on the same?

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Unfortunately, this is very hard to say. I've seen a lot of people in this forum submitting these documents and then going on to wait for months and months.

Hopefully someone else can share their experience :-)

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Old 05-25-2013, 03:08 AM
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Thanks a lot Linda. But I have seen in many cases visa have been granted within a day or two after submitting all documents.

Its really wait and watch now. If CO takes more time does is mean that medical report have been referred to senior medical officer?


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Hi,

I have applied for subclass 190 visa and had received a mail from CO asking for medical, pcc and form 80. I have submitted all the documents on 22/05/2013.

I would like to know how much time CO takes to grant the visa generally? I hope by this time he might have verified all the things.

Anyone can reply on the same?

Thanks

Mihir.
Hi..i got my visa approval within 3 days..after lodge my pcc and medical.my visa subclass 175...processing time may varies depends on profession....


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Thanks a lot Linda. But I have seen in many cases visa have been granted within a day or two after submitting all documents.

Its really wait and watch now. If CO takes more time does is mean that medical report have been referred to senior medical officer?
I'm not positive but I think you will be told if your medicals have been referred for addition health checks. I have zero experience with this personally but have seen many forum users ask questions about their medicals being referred which suggests that the DIAC told them it was happening.

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Thanks Raju. So how does the profession affect the visa grant? Because if we receive the positive skill assessment then only we can go ahead.


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Thanks whitney. Yes definately DIAC will be informing you if your medical reports are being referred to senior officer.


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So shall i expect my visa approval in next week? as u said it took 3 days for your case raju?


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So shall i expect my visa approval in next week? as u said it took 3 days for your case raju?
Might be fast....they have some targets basis on critical list.positive skill assesment havent any conection with diac...but i hopes your grant will get soon..


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Its already two days i have submitted my pcc and all. So dnt know still how much time? whts the critical list ur talkng abt?


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