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Old 11-27-2019, 11:09 PM
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Hi my husband has completed his master this week..so I have plan to withdraw 500 subsequent ,so that I can apply 485...is that correct


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Old 11-28-2019, 01:24 AM
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Don’t withdraw it cause if you withdraw your 500 and applied another it will start to count your processing Time from beginning


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Old 11-28-2019, 11:52 AM
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dear ksb . we are sorry to hear what you are going through but you need to understand that your wife is primary applicant even if you lodge complaint about her in immigration she ll still finish her study n continue her life in australia . only your file ll b affected . only way to sort this out is , sit and talk with her and find a solution. immigration australia dont deal with deal family problems my brother . they ll refuse or dismiss your appllcation straight away . your wife ll still b safe . so save your future and convince your wife. i have heard these mishappenings before.

girls/ boys blackmailing once they reach australia . only solution is either take your application back silently or talk with your wife n convince


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Old 11-28-2019, 11:57 AM
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dear bharathkarthik . your husband completing his study has nothing to do with your file. there is no rule stating that you can only lodge application if he is studying . let him finish study and within a month he ll get work visa for two years and that ll b good for your application . on the other hand , withdrawing your application mean your file, name, data all are in system already so if you apply any ither category visa they may ask why you withdrawn file so late .


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Old 11-28-2019, 12:04 PM
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hello shakila . yes infact it depends on all other factors not only country we belong. my agent is well reputed in australia . he told me trend changes every month . one important advice i have for all of you ( given by well known australian immigration lawyer) that every month we must send our chats and call records to our agent so they can upload on immi account so the officer can see the growth of our relation with our partners that means we are still in touch . they hugely approve. latest chats records , video calls records. our indian agents dont tell us this because they dont want to bother themselves . couples are getting visa early by this way. updating their immi accounts with these proofs . have good day friends


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Old 11-29-2019, 03:24 PM
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dear bharathkarthik . your husband completing his study has nothing to do with your file. there is no rule stating that you can only lodge application if he is studying . let him finish study and within a month he ll get work visa for two years and that ll b good for your application . on the other hand , withdrawing your application mean your file, name, data all are in system already so if you apply any ither category visa they may ask why you withdrawn file so late .
Thank you for the details


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Old 12-02-2019, 11:25 PM
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Hello Friends,

I am Saurav, currently in Australia.

I have applied for my wife's visa from Delhi, India on 25th November 2018.

It has been over a year the application status is saying "Received"

The agent says HAP ID cannot be generated until case officer is assigned.



I would appreciate if you guys can extend some help in understanding

1. Should I wait or withdraw the application and file again the same application?

2. What month of 2018 is being processed now.



I am very frustrated, the marital ties are breaking apart and I am pressured by my in-laws on a regular basis.


Please Help!!

Thanks!!


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Old 12-02-2019, 11:29 PM
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hello richi . very unfortunate to hear that you are still waiting for visa . here is first assumptions for your case -: following

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Old 12-02-2019, 11:32 PM
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We believe it would had been great step if you consulted any local immigration advisor in australia and getting their experienced service ( hoping you didnt get stuck with indian agents) .

I firmly believe there is something unhappening occured with your application otherwise the time duration you say 12 months is unbelievable

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Old 12-02-2019, 11:34 PM
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dont withdraw your file .. dont even think about it because 10 months are usuall period to get visa . consult your agents, pressurize them to find out whats happening . as you are in australia .. you can yourself write immigration its your right!

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