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Old 07-25-2017, 02:07 PM
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waiting for the 309/100 for ~11 months

309/100 applied from USA: 26 Aug 2016
Medicals submitted: 2 Sep 2016
Request for additional information: 5 Jun 2017
Police background check submitted: 19 Jun 2017
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Waiting over 8 months 309/100. Married 12 years and two kids. Getting nervous as we have to be over there for a family event early November and my sponsor (husband) has to help his dad with his work and may have to go over sooner. Really don't want to have to leave the country without my kids if I go on an ETA. Medical and police clearances submitted.


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Updated list of processing times

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Just curious if there is an updated list of processing times for 309/100 out of Washington DC (from forum users here). I believe I saw an earlier one from a few years back.
hi, since March 2017, they've been advising people to look at the global processing times found at www[dot]border[dot]gov[dot]au/about/access-accountability/service-standards/global-visa-citizenship-processing-times (sorry, cant post links yet)

100 Partner: 75% of applications processed in 21 months, 90% of applications processed in 37 months
309 Partner (Provisional): 75% of applications processed in 13 months, 90% of applications processed in 19 months

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Waiting over 8 months 309/100. Married 12 years and two kids. Getting nervous as we have to be over there for a family event early November and my sponsor (husband) has to help his dad with his work and may have to go over sooner. Really don't want to have to leave the country without my kids if I go on an ETA. Medical and police clearances submitted.
Best of luck! Hopefully things will move along quickly given their new fiscal yr.

Married for nine years and have two kids. My wife (sponsor) and kids have taken off for Australia already, so our eldest daughter could participate in the second half of kindergarten out there. Looking forward to being out the with them asap.


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Hi, how long after your initial lodgement did you submit medicals & police ? I lodged my 309/100 end of June 2017 and just finished all uploads. Wondering if I should go ahead and get the medical/police checks now, or wait until requested. I reside in the USA so assume my visa will be processed through DC.
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We did medical and police checks in January 2017. We thought we were being asked to do medicals, but it is the same hap id paper everyone gets. We did paper application as we have always had trouble submitting stuff through the computer. Guess we are all in the same boat. Good luck!

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Best of luck! Hopefully things will move along quickly given their new fiscal yr.

Married for nine years and have two kids. My wife (sponsor) and kids have taken off for Australia already, so our eldest daughter could participate in the second half of kindergarten out there. Looking forward to being out the with them asap.
My daughter just finished kindergarten here and will start first grade here and I guess go back to prep (US kindergarten) when she gets there. Our kids are not happy about it, but they will adjust. Good luck as well!


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My daughter just finished kindergarten here and will start first grade here and I guess go back to prep (US kindergarten) when she gets there. Our kids are not happy about it, but they will adjust. Good luck as well!
is your daughter going back to prep because of her age?

they def will adjust.

we had our daughter start prep (US kindergarten as I understand kindergarten can mean pre-school in Aus) at an Australian school online in Jan/Feb, with the intention of her doing the second half physically there. she seems to be adjusting fine...slowly making new friends.


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