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Old 04-04-2018, 04:31 PM
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Just received an email from IMMI requesting more info!!!!!
even though its not a grant I'm just happy after 12 months to get some sort of reply.
IMMI requested
Other: AFP criminal background check
medical: still haven't done it yet

I have already submitted my AFP check and passed. should I upload this document again to immi and send it in an email as well? the letter says upload to your account but i can see the link to it already there. i haven't organized my medical yet, should i submit my police check at the same time as i inform them of a medical appointment. the medical doesn't need to be submitted in 28 days, just proof of intention to get the medical right?
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VISA 309/100: Applied april 2017 through DC office
Police background (AFP and FBI): submitted

contacted by IMMI April 4: requested new AFP, medical

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Old 04-04-2018, 06:20 PM
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Dear, Can you please help me by providing DIBP Contact email address?

I got invitation for 489 visa and unfortunately made some mistakes during my EOI lodgement. I would like to apologise and would like to update information and ask for a solution.

Please help.
I'm from Bangladesh.
Is there an direct phone number to reach?

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Old 04-04-2018, 06:25 PM
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Dear, Can you please help me by providing DIBP Contact email address?

I got invitation for 489 visa and unfortunately made some mistakes during my EOI lodgement. I would like to apologise and would like to update information and ask for a solution.

Please help.
I'm from Bangladesh.
Is there an direct phone number to reach?

Thanks
Moinul
Your question has nothing to do with the thread you're posting in.

Try the main forum and ask, you're likely to get more answers.

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309/100 Visa Timeline:

Applied 309: 12/02/2018, in Canada.
Visa Granted: 20/03/2018.
Applied 100: 29/06/2020, eligible 12/01/2020.
RFI: 02/07/2020.
RFI Uploaded: 06/07/2020.
Visa Granted: 16/07/2020.

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Old 04-11-2018, 01:26 PM
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Right at 12 months now. Still no contact. Med and pcc’s have been submitted. Hopefully we hear soon... any April 2017 DC filers on the forum who haven’t heard back yet?

Estimated processing time in my immi says 10-13 months while the immi website says 11-15 months.. weird.


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Old 04-12-2018, 03:38 AM
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Right at 12 months now. Still no contact. Med and pcc’s have been submitted. Hopefully we hear soon... any April 2017 DC filers on the forum who haven’t heard back yet?

Estimated processing time in my immi says 10-13 months while the immi website says 11-15 months.. weird.

Hi @Mattsfoot, we too applied April 2017 and we had heard back for Request for more info to get Police checks done. So i'm hoping you will hear back soon ? Perhaps your application does not require more info and you will simply hear that your application has been successful?

Meanwhile we've encountered a slight problem where a set of fingerprints has been rejected twice by the FBI because they said the prints were not clear. Unfortunately that is due to my fingerprints always being too faint to register. Luckily my State police check went through fine which was also fingerprints - but FBI is an issue. We've communicated this to our CO - so just hoping they don't make us keep doing FBI fingerprints as I fear we will never get a good set of prints.

Has anyone else gone through this issue at all?


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Old 04-12-2018, 03:42 AM
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I just received the golden email from DC - my visa is ready!!

Since I'm currently in Oz on a tourist visa I'll need to leave for a few days to get it finalised. The irony (and minor frustration) here is that I just returned yesterday from an overnight trip to Auckland to comply with the 3 month maximum stay on my tourist visa! What unbelievable timing!

That puts me at just over a year to get the visa. Good luck to everyone else who is still waiting.

Cheers,
Ian.


Congrats to all who have got their visa's granted after waiting so long! I know a few of us are at the 12 month stage and beyond, so hoping for more good news to come! Just looking at this forum it seemed that end of March was a good week for many to get favourable responses!


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Old 04-12-2018, 04:02 AM
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Hi @Mattsfoot, we too applied April 2017 and we had heard back for Request for more info to get Police checks done. So i'm hoping you will hear back soon ? Perhaps your application does not require more info and you will simply hear that your application has been successful?

Meanwhile we've encountered a slight problem where a set of fingerprints has been rejected twice by the FBI because they said the prints were not clear. Unfortunately that is due to my fingerprints always being too faint to register. Luckily my State police check went through fine which was also fingerprints - but FBI is an issue. We've communicated this to our CO - so just hoping they don't make us keep doing FBI fingerprints as I fear we will never get a good set of prints.

Has anyone else gone through this issue at all?
That doesn't sound like a reasonable reason to not get a required police check done. The FBI recommends sending multiple sets of prints in case one or more are not readable. Why not try getting prints from more than one source and then an extra set on top you do yourself (just youtube how to do it). Then you'll have a couple professional prints and your own set done that they can use.


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Old 04-17-2018, 05:23 PM
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Hi @Mattsfoot, we too applied April 2017 and we had heard back for Request for more info to get Police checks done. So i'm hoping you will hear back soon ? Perhaps your application does not require more info and you will simply hear that your application has been successful?

Meanwhile we've encountered a slight problem where a set of fingerprints has been rejected twice by the FBI because they said the prints were not clear. Unfortunately that is due to my fingerprints always being too faint to register. Luckily my State police check went through fine which was also fingerprints - but FBI is an issue. We've communicated this to our CO - so just hoping they don't make us keep doing FBI fingerprints as I fear we will never get a good set of prints.

Has anyone else gone through this issue at all?
I had the same thing happen to me. The first time I submitted fingerprints for my FBI check I sent a set of two (2) cards that were done by a law enforcement officer at my local police department. Both sets were rejected. My 20 year-old son was fingerprinted at the same time and I had noticed at the time that his were better than mine. There is a recommendation on the FBI website that you use lotion and wipe off any excess before you are fingerprinted. That is what I did and my second set of two (2) cards were accepted. I also used the same police department - mostly because I was hoping I wouldn't be charged again for fingerprinting.


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Old 04-17-2018, 05:28 PM
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I don't know about you all, but I get excited when I see that one of you have posted on this thread. I was in Australia when we had the last wave of activity from DC. It's been quiet for a bit now. I sure would like to share in the joy of your updates or visa grants, if you have any. Best wishes to everyone.

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Old 04-17-2018, 05:34 PM
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I don't know about you all, but I get excited when I see that one of you have posted on this thread. I was in Australia when we had the last wave of activity from DC. It's been quiet for a bit now. I sure would like to share in the joy of your updates or visa grants, if you have any. Best wishes to everyone.
Not 309/100 related, but my son just got granted his citizenship (after a 6 month wait!!!). So at least that department in Washington is moving (slowly...)


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