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Old 03-11-2016, 09:35 PM
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Hi! Hoping someone can give me an idea how long after you have turned in all requested information from case officer does it take to get an answer? Applied for Pmv visa, I'm in US and fiancé is in AUS. We just turned in all of our info and I don't want to be too anxious but I'm ready to be there!!
Hey Indy! It was about 5 weeks after I turned in my medical check (requested by CO) before we got the grant notification, but I don't know if that's typical or not. While I was waiting I tried to find the same info as you and didn't have much luck.

You could choose to head down there to wait with your fiance as long as you notify the department so they can let you know when to leave the country again to get your grant notification. Money was real tight for us so we didn't choose this option so I don't know the ins and outs of it personally.

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Hi! Hoping someone can give me an idea how long after you have turned in all requested information from case officer does it take to get an answer? Applied for Pmv visa, I'm in US and fiancé is in AUS. We just turned in all of our info and I don't want to be too anxious but I'm ready to be there!!
It took them 3 days to grant Dave's visa after we submitted his FBI and Police checks. They seem to be very fast at the moment!

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Congrats to all who received your visas! It's great to see that things are moving along in DC! I'm crossing my fingers that my fiance and I aren't far behind since we applied December 15.

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Congrats to all who received your visas! It's great to see that things are moving along in DC! I'm crossing my fingers that my fiance and I aren't far behind since we applied December 15.
Wishing you the best of luck. I applied in mid October. Heard from case manager in February. Turned in last of documents needed on March 10. System shows medicals have been approved and visa is in assessment process. I am now anxiously checking my email daily hoping for an answer. After looking back through this thread, it looks like a lot of the Visa are approved around the 1st of the month. So I am guessing I may have another 11 days or so to wait.

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Wishing you the best of luck. I applied in mid October. Heard from case manager in February. Turned in last of documents needed on March 10. System shows medicals have been approved and visa is in assessment process. I am now anxiously checking my email daily hoping for an answer. After looking back through this thread, it looks like a lot of the Visa are approved around the 1st of the month. So I am guessing I may have another 11 days or so to wait.
How do you know medical has been approved? What does it say? I submitted medical after applying but haven't heard anything from a case officer yet, and it just says "no further action required" when I look at the medical submission. Not sure if that means it was received or if I passed!

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Do any of you know if medicals can be put in with the initial application? I've asked my fiancè to call Washington to find out, but if anyone knows, maybe that might save him some time.

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Do any of you know if medicals can be put in with the initial application? I've asked my fiancè to call Washington to find out, but if anyone knows, maybe that might save him some time.

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They definitely can and it can make the process go faster I believe.

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They definitely can and it can make the process go faster I believe.

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Thank you.

Any idea where I can find the info on what exams need to be undertaken and where he can get it done? I went to the aussie embassy Washington DC website and clicked on the medical requirements but it took me back to the Australian immigration website which then gave me nothing at all other than the medical requirements changed from November 2015... ? Or maybe I can't view what exams and where theyre to be taken because I'm not in America? (Idk)


Also, I'm sorry if I'm annoying but I've been looking around this forum and have noticed a form 80 being mentioned, is it needed to be filled out because it isn't in the checklist? Anyone know anything? Thank you..


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Hey Austraia2USA, are you coming to the USA, or going to Australia???


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Thank you.

Any idea where I can find the info on what exams need to be undertaken and where he can get it done? I went to the aussie embassy Washington DC website and clicked on the medical requirements but it took me back to the Australian immigration website which then gave me nothing at all other than the medical requirements changed from November 2015... ? Or maybe I can't view what exams and where theyre to be taken because I'm not in America? (Idk)


Also, I'm sorry if I'm annoying but I've been looking around this forum and have noticed a form 80 being mentioned, is it needed to be filled out because it isn't in the checklist? Anyone know anything? Thank you..
I got this info from immi after applying. On the online app, it asked me to do a health questionnaire, and after that it generated a form with my HAP ID that I take to the doc. On there it shows what exams I needed for the visa. There was a link to approved doctors to use and I made my appointment.

What visa are you applying? It should tell you under the visa requirements on the DIBP website.

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