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Old 08-12-2013, 06:56 AM
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Time line For Case officer to allocated.

Hi Every one,
I have applied for subclass 189 on July 13 and till now i have not heard any thing from DICA. Please suggest me how much time will it take for a case officer to be allotted.


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Hello, I lodged my application on June 20 and still no case officer has contacted me. The official time interval for allocating applications to CO for visa 189 is 8 weeks but...
I am a bit worried due to this lack of contact and information.


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As per DIAC site, 12 months processing time for 189 and 6 months for 190.
However, they are pretty fast than this timelines.


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Uploading all the necessary documents will speed up the process.
You may get direct grant one day


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My family and I have done the medical examinations, I have uploaded the police checks but I have not uploaded form 80 for example, I'm not sure whether it is obligatory to fill it.
And I am scared if a CO has taken my case without contacting me because I have very important information to share and discuss with them before a visa is possibly granted...


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My family and I have done the medical examinations, I have uploaded the police checks but I have not uploaded form 80 for example, I'm not sure whether it is obligatory to fill it.
And I am scared if a CO has taken my case without contacting me because I have very important information to share and discuss with them before a visa is possibly granted...
If you have important information I would just send it onto the general address... sometimes you don't hear from the CO at all on some visas, and if you think your information may affect whether or not they grant your visa, I wouldn't wait to submit it.

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If you have important information I would just send it onto the general address... sometimes you don't hear from the CO at all on some visas, and if you think your information may affect whether or not they grant your visa, I wouldn't wait to submit it.
Thank you for sharing your opinion. But I don't know where to send this information because I have applied online and the whole process for me until now is online based. I don't have specific contact details...

Do you know if the status of the uploaded documents at eVisa has something to do with the allocation to CO? I'm asking because when we uploaded our documents they were with status Required and 2-3 weeks later the status changed to Received. Or is this some automatic action?


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I know nothing about the online process, unfortunately, as I applied for a different type of visa. You didn't receive any kind of email from DIAC stating that they had received your application? If not, I would just call them and ask where to direct your additional information. Like I said, I wouldn't risk not getting important information to them...

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I know nothing about the online process, unfortunately, as I applied for a different type of visa. You didn't receive any kind of email from DIAC stating that they had received your application? If not, I would just call them and ask where to direct your additional information. Like I said, I wouldn't risk not getting important information to them...
I did received an automatically generated email which contained an acknowledgement of valid application received. The application was lodged on June 20th and this confirmation arrived at the same date. I received a TRN number which is unique for each candidate. My family and I underwent medical examinations on the same date (June 20) and the staff from the Medical centre was able to upload in the Australian online medical system (eMedical) the results which means we had our profiles open. Otherwise they would have been unable to upload them.
In other words everything seems to be ok except for the fact that I still don'thave a CO....


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Ah - generally that automatically-generated acknowledgement will have instructions for contacting them in case you have questions.

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