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Old 09-26-2018, 10:14 AM
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Hi krp
From when it’s showing further assessment for u
And did u submitted medical vth the application only
It has been showing further assessment since 6th September. No I didn’t submit medical with application. So I got medical on 31st of August n submitted on 4th September.


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Old 09-26-2018, 10:16 AM
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Reason immigration said, that you will not to go back your country, not satisfied.
When should I reapply? Should I wait for some time or reapply directly?
Hello,
In the interview, never say that you are going to stay in Australia. Always say that my family and friends are in India so my plan is going back to India once my visa will expire.

Never ever say that you want to stay here.


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Old 09-26-2018, 10:36 AM
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Yeah, she said that we will go back to our country, once my husband study will finish.


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@waseem, sorry to hear about your visa, the reason they gave you is the same for the refusal of my wife's visitors visa. Was your GTE good enough to convince immigration for genuine entrant and how long you have been married ?


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Yeah, my GTE and everything was good, I got married January 2017. Can I reapply or not?


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Hi manchi
Congrats for ur visa
From where did u apply the visa
And from when itís showing further assessment for u
I have applied on 11 July but I submitted all medical s with the application only
So waiting for it
Thanks. I've applied from Sri Lanka, I never checked my immi,so i have no idea about further assessments. Finally, It took 2 months and 7 days from the lodgement date. So don't worry and don't panic, you'll get your visa soon.


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Yeah, my GTE and everything was good, I got married January 2017. Can I reapply or not?
Yes, you can reapply but make sure to talk to your agent and find out what went wrong and hopefully you will get it. Srry mate for refusal I know how it feels


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I have told you it takes around 45 days after medical, anyway Congratulations mate and best of luck for future.
Yeah, thanks mate, what you told was exactly correct.


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Old 09-26-2018, 11:28 AM
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Congratulations mate.All the best for future.
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Old 09-26-2018, 12:05 PM
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I have told you it takes around 45 days after medical, anyway Congratulations mate and best of luck for future.
Yeah, thanks mate, what you told was exactly correct.
Few questions mate, how long your wife been to Australia, is it her first student visa and how long you have been married ? Thanks in advance


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