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Indians are not eligible for ETA. But you can apply for a paper tourist visa (Subclass 600). Tourist visa applications in India are generally granted quickly, in around 2-3 days, but may take longer depending on your particular case.

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Hi , I've been lurking for some time now - can you add us to the list ?

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Application lodged 3 May 2013. C.O. is Ms M
Front loaded FBI checks Medicals followed a bit later (can't remember exact date but it was in May )

(I'm the ozzie half of the application )
Added you! Finally another PMV applicant to keep MrandMrs and me company, and you even have my same CO! There aren't many DC PMV folks on this board it seems.

Also, I updated wait times for everybody. We have two people a week away from hitting nine months. That is just cray-cray.

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Added you! Finally another PMV applicant to keep MrandMrs and me company, and you even have my same CO! There aren't many DC PMV folks on this board it seems.

Also, I updated wait times for everybody. We have two people a week away from hitting nine months. That is just cray-cray.
Thanks CollegeGirl , I know - it's insane - we saw the sudden flurry of grants at about 3-4 months and then it stopped - we've already had to send in another NOIM because ours ran out

we've had no contact at all , except when the other half rang in April to see if the medicals had turned up and the "generic" people said they had been referred to headquarters here - and answer from the "generic" people to say to send the new NOIM after we emailed and asked- that was in Sept,. and I sent registered mail. It was tracked and marked as delivered but never acknowledged so who knows which desk it ended up on


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that should be rang in June - sorry , multi tasking and getting my forums mixed up


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I got my visa grant today. Applied for 309/100, got direct 100.

Applied on September 5
Medicals completed on November 5
Granted on November 25

My case officer was ML

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I got my visa grant today. Applied for 309/100, got direct 100. Applied on September 5 Medicals completed on November 5 Granted on November 25 My case officer was ML
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Congrats, lincsus. I knew you were next because you were on your 3rd month. Heh.

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So your fiance's medicals were referred, kit? Interesting. Mine were, too (at least, I'm assuming they were. Too many reasons for them to be for them not to have referred them). Maybe estimates on how long referrals are taking are off and they're still waiting on Global Health to clear them in both of our cases.

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not sure why they were referred , his panel doctor gave him a clean bill of health - maybe because we're over 50

I'm actually wondering if there was a glitch when they went over to electronic - his were sent in electronically ( from the doctor I mean )
isn't May when they started introducing it ?


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