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Old 02-24-2019, 09:44 PM
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Normally 2 months time but will suggest you to visit local immigration office and get update


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I am withdrawing my application and will file new application when i get new visa as it is taking ages for any possible outcome. Has any one got any idea or any information from there agent about the same. My agent says they are taking too much time for every thing even student visa extensions as they use to response in 15-20 days before but now they are taking 45-50 days. So with this news I don’t thnik so my wife’s file will get any outcome soon. If you guys have any information please let us know.


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When did u lodge file for your wife?


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I am withdrawing my application and will file new application when i get new visa as it is taking ages for any possible outcome. Has any one got any idea or any information from there agent about the same. My agent says they are taking too much time for every thing even student visa extensions as they use to response in 15-20 days before but now they are taking 45-50 days. So with this news I donít thnik so my wifeís file will get any outcome soon. If you guys have any information please let us know.
@kaif if you are extending your student than don't withdraw the application, once you will get your extension they will proceed your wife's application immediately.

One of friend had the same problem, after his extension high commission asked for the latest balance proof and she got the visa in 30-45 days


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In my case my husband is filing under 485, so i will have to re-apply


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I am withdrawing my application and will file new application when i get new visa as it is taking ages for any possible outcome. Has any one got any idea or any information from there agent about the same. My agent says they are taking too much time for every thing even student visa extensions as they use to response in 15-20 days before but now they are taking 45-50 days. So with this news I don’t thnik so my wife’s file will get any outcome soon. If you guys have any information please let us know.
@kaif if you are extending your student than don't withdraw the application, once you will get your extension they will proceed your wife's application immediately.

One of friend had the same problem, after his extension high commission asked for the latest balance proof and she got the visa in 30-45 days
But then every agent have different opinion they are like you’ll have to withdraw your wife’s file and apply again with yours. Cause the previous file was applied on old COE and now you have your new coe. I am confused with what is right or wrong.


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But then every agent have different opinion they are like youíll have to withdraw your wifeís file and apply again with yours. Cause the previous file was applied on old COE and now you have your new coe. I am confused with what is right or wrong.
That doesn't actually matters as you are under the same subclass, if you will withdraw it will again take 8 months so please first confirm properly and then make the decision as even i am not sure.


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But then every agent have different opinion they are like you’ll have to withdraw your wife’s file and apply again with yours. Cause the previous file was applied on old COE and now you have your new coe. I am confused with what is right or wrong.
That doesn't actually matters as you are under the same subclass, if you will withdraw it will again take 8 months so please first confirm properly and then make the decision as even i am not sure.
Thanks for your concern. I’ll find out what can be done by asking my agent and some other agents as well.


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Old 02-25-2019, 04:12 PM
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you dont need to withdraw your file. just attach new docs with same application


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Old 02-26-2019, 08:42 AM
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how can u help? we alrdy lodged now


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