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Old 01-10-2014, 02:13 AM
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Congratulations CollegeGirl on your visa and new move! Must be so much excitement with all of that happening at once! I, too, emailed my CO telling them I was entering Australia in hopes that they'd process mine before arriving but no dice It's a bit scary looking at the new updated timelines and seeing some waiting 10 months now when I'm just short of 8 months. It's just hard not knowing and seeing those sub 3 month'ers doesn't help!


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Since I had officially hit 8 months and their new timeline is 8-9 months, I was thinking that maybe the timing of my contact with her had a lot to do with it... but who knows.

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Yea I knew mine was short of 8 months when I emailed but like you said, who knows. The response I got was my case would be updated with my travels and they'll contact me when they 'begin to assess' my case :-\ Anyways hope you're enjoying adapting to the Aussie life and not too jet lagged!


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Wondering if anyone had any updates on their timeline? We are still waiting at 9+ months.

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Wondering if anyone had any updates on their timeline? We are still waiting at 9+ months.
Was wondering the same thing: you and I have the same lodgement date of April 5, 2013...the forum has been so quiet.


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Yes - very quiet. We haven't received any information at all. Wondering why it is taking so long. At least I still have company

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Not a peep on my end. I decided I wouldn't shave until my visa was processed. Here is a current pic - ->


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That's hilarious!

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Picture link no longer works, darn it. Haha.

I keep hoping some of these nine- and ten-month waiters got their visa and just forgot to come update.. but somehow I don't think that's true.

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I keep hoping some of these nine- and ten-month waiters got their visa and just forgot to come update.. but somehow I don't think that's true.
Here's one update - Happy to report my wife was granted her visa today after being told a week ago to leave Australia so the final decision could be made (she flew to Auckland). She was actually granted the 100 visa directly (married over 3 years with 2 year old son). The 309/100 application was originally filed on March 15, so visa was granted at around 10 months. Her case officer was ML for almost the entire time but the final emails came from RM.


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