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Old 05-17-2017, 02:47 AM
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Hi Mish

Is this the general response you received from
Immigration after filing your complaint . To me it's sound like one . Please le me know .


The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has received your feedback on 10 May 2017. Feedback on our processes and services is important and we thank you for bringing this matter to our attention.

We began publishing current global processing times for the majority of visa subclasses and citizenship services. The new processing time information will give you an indication of the time it will likely take to finalise a complete application. Global visa and citizenship processing times will be updated monthly, providing you with an indicative timeframe for processing applications. Two processing times are displayed, indicating how long it is taking to finalise 75 and 90 per cent of applications submitted globally.

You can view processing times on our website at Global visa and citizenship processing times.

We do not respond to status-related enquiries that fall within the published processing times. You should wait until after the processing time has elapsed before contacting us. If you lodged your application online, you can monitor the status of your application through ImmiAccount.

Once you have lodged your application you can expect us to:
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Note: Applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis. Some individual circumstances may cause applications to fall outside the published processing times.

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Hi EDT

Without looking at the one we got back it looks exactly the same.

Based on my experience I would give them one week before you lodge with the ombudsmen because when they rang said they said that they had been looking at it when they got tne ombudsmen complaint.


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Without looking at the one we got back it looks exactly the same.

Based on my experience I would give them one week before you lodge with the ombudsmen because when they rang said they said that they had been looking at it when they got tne ombudsmen complaint.
Thnak you Mish.

Basically you are asking me to wait another week before taking this to Ombudsman

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Thnak you Mish.

Basically you are asking me to wait another week before taking this to Ombudsman
I would unless you want a phone call from the big wig at immigration asking why you lodged with the ombudsmen when they told you they would send it to another department lol. Not to mention when you receive a message that the big wig wants you to call them and you have a heart attack.


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I would unless you want a phone call from the big wig at immigration asking why you lodged with the ombudsmen when they told you they would send it to another department lol. Not to mention when you receive a message that the big wig wants you to call them and you have a heart attack.
I see but how do I know they will send it to the another department?
Anyway I will wait for 1 more week . If I don't get any update or see any changes on my hubby online account I will contact Ombudsman

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I see but how do I know they will send it to the another department?
Anyway I will wait for 1 more week . If I don't get any update or see any changes on my hubby online account I will contact Ombudsman
I didn't know either if I had known I would have waited another week but no more than that. When you lodge the complaint add the response from DIBP as an attachment as that saves time.


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I got my PR 1 week after submitted required documents to the Department. yoohoo

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I've been keeping up to date with people complaining to immigration, on my eligibility email for my 801 it states 6-8 months processing. I'm on month 7, if I go to the 9 month could I put a complaint in or should I wait till over year ?


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I got my PR 1 week after submitted required documents to the Department. yoohoo
How come? When were you eligible?
So you did not have to sweat like come of us

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I've been keeping up to date with people complaining to immigration, on my eligibility email for my 801 it states 6-8 months processing. I'm on month 7, if I go to the 9 month could I put a complaint in or should I wait till over year ?
I don't know if waiting up to a year will make any difference .
My hubby will clock 12 months in two weeks from today .
I just had enough to be honest . I am a very patient person but not for this one .
They have increased the processing time and expect people who have already applied like 10months ago to wait longer . That's a joke .

I was quoted 6-8 months as well . Here we are almost 12months

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