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Old 07-19-2017, 03:31 AM
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Congratulations.

Sometimes I wonder why we are not getting getting enough 100 subclass granted lately .

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Hi Floki congratulation for the good news of grant. You are so lucky.

Pls tell us more about your situation. Online or paper form? With kids or without? Contacted by CO or only the grant?

Enjoy life without stress in Aus.

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Thanks a lot Hassan, I do feel incredibly lucky

I applied online on the 17th of August 2014, my temporary visa was granted on the 10th of August 2015 I then applied for my 801 on the 17th of August 2016 and then granted the 801 on the 17th July 2017

I have never once been contacted by immigration in the whole time since I applied. I was extremely thorough in what I supplied as to avoid any delays in processing. I do have a son however he lives in the UK but I did still have to get a medical done for him and include him in the visa

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Congrats Floki! When was your eligibility date? I applied 1st May 2016, Eligibility was 12th June 2016, any ideas what criteria is for which applications get looked at?

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Hey mate,

So for the 801 permanent it was the 17th of August 2016 so got it in 11 months. I really don't know how they go about figuring out which ones to look at. From what I can see most people who lodged in 2016 are taking around a year so you should be up by now one would think?


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Congratulations.

Sometimes I wonder why we are not getting getting enough 100 subclass granted lately .
EDT,

I wonder about it as well. In 2016 and before, Sc 100 used to be frequent grants and shorter in processing. But 2017 is not our turn. 13 months no contact for me.

Lets hope the grants soon


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Sometimes I wonder why we are not getting getting enough 100 subclass granted lately .
I think that is what 801 applicants were wondering 12 months or so ago when 100's were being processed alot faster than 801's.

For some reason 100's are now slower and there would be less 100 applications. All I can think of is that they had staff reduction in Brisbane.

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Old 07-24-2017, 02:37 AM
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Hi All,
The Global visa and citizenship processing times has been updated today, have a look
https://www.border.gov.au/about/acce...ocessing-times
so currently the 100 visa can take up to 37 months !!! and 801 visa up to 22 months !! so if your visa application took 2 years you can't even complain because it still within the standards.
this is not just insane it's ridiculous.


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Hi All,
The Global visa and citizenship processing times has been updated today, have a look
https://www.border.gov.au/about/acce...ocessing-times
so currently the 100 visa can take up to 37 months !!! and 801 visa up to 22 months !! so if your visa application took 2 years you can't even complain because it still within the standards.
this is not just insane it's ridiculous.
Badluck for us all. This applies to all those who are waiting regardless on when you lodged it. It is going to climb up to 10 years processing times.

Lets swim in the waiting seas.


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That has truly broken my heart.

I don't understand how there isn't a cap of how much it can go up. Or what you are quoted in your 801 email is what they have to complete it within.

I was only just discussing this with a aussie friend last night, I feel like with the processing times, citizenship changes, international rates for permanent resident students etc would make for a great news article. So many of my Aus friends have no idea how hard and ever changing the immigration system is.


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Hi All,
The Global visa and citizenship processing times has been updated today, have a look
https://www.border.gov.au/about/acce...ocessing-times
so currently the 100 visa can take up to 37 months !!! and 801 visa up to 22 months !! so if your visa application took 2 years you can't even complain because it still within the standards.
this is not just insane it's ridiculous.
Oh wow :O
Do they only apply to new applications or including the currently processing applications ?


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Old 07-24-2017, 03:53 AM
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It applies to anybody waiting for their 801 regardless of when they put the application in.

Has anyone seen any statistics of how many visas where applied for/approved/denied etc for the last financial year ?


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