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Old 05-16-2015, 05:31 AM
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I just received my FBI response today.
Feb 17 -> May 15.
12 weeks and 3 days.

Still waiting for my allocation of a person to my case. It has been since April 28 (18 days) since receiving the allocation coming soon letter.
You might have a little longer to wait depending on how many applications are ahead of you.

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Do you have any cards or letters you have sent between you both like birthday cards, Christmas cards, Valentine's day extra?

Yes I do have a card he sent me for my birthday. I guess it all helps. Valentine's Day we usually spend together. I plan on showing my receipt of when I got my phone replaced too so they can see I'm telling the truth. Coz they couldn't fix my phone, they had to replace it. Omg stupid technology 😣

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I just received my FBI response today. Feb 17 -> May 15. 12 weeks and 3 days. Still waiting for my allocation of a person to my case. It has been since April 28 (18 days) since receiving the allocation coming soon letter.
How long since you filed your application? unfortunately patience is the name of the game here. But you're in good company.

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Jan 17. I am not sweating it.


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Time to Enter

Hey guys,

Can anybody tell me how long you have to enter Australia after the visa has been granted?

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Your visa grant notice will advise the Must Entry By date, which is typically 12 months after you've completed your health/police checks, whichever is earlier.

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Hey guys, Can anybody tell me how long you have to enter Australia after the visa has been granted? Thanks!
In addition to Maggie's post above...you don't have to move completely you only need to enter to activate so worse case scenario enter Australia and leave immediately until such time you're ready to move (within the validity of your visa off course)


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In addition to Maggie's post above...you don't have to move completely you only need to enter to activate so worse case scenario enter Australia and leave immediately until such time you're ready to move (within the validity of your visa off course)
Thanks guys, very helpful!


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Haha...no...but only because I didn't get the chance! That's great! Super fast. It's also good to hear they are looking at some of the 2015 apps. I was concerned they may have a big backlog because of the Dec 31st price hike. I hear it's going to $6,800 July 1st.
you're right ... offshore is being hiked up to the same rate as onshore and PMV is being hiked to the same rate as Partner

http://www.immi.gov.au/pub-res/Docum...fact-sheet.pdf

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So the packers/movers are coming this Friday, the closing on the house is in a week and we plan on entering AUS in about 4 weeks. I need a vacation!

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