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Old 11-07-2018, 08:25 PM
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Info request received today! We are pretty excited at the request for the date and venue of our ceremony which our celebrant will be able to provide today. Our 1 year mark is approaching on our 300 in a matter of days and my partner was scheduled to leave at the end of this current tourist visa next week. Fingers crossed we can get this last part sorted before then, to save another overseas trip.

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Hey Guys,

I'm just curious if we could add what the processing times were as at each month people applied. i.e. As at April 2018 (309 ​Processing time was 10 / 13 months).

I know there's no real reliance on the times posted, and there's so many varying factors, but I'm definitely curious to see the processing times said vs actual.

I added the processing times I was aware of below. <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

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Hey everyone,

quick question, have any of these people received their visa? or have they just not come on here and told us? or are they still waiting?

Deebs
Cardude151
#62Aussie
Oyetoba
Noone:
Space_Dog (309)
Aztec
Dannygolucky
Soccerplr (309)
Global6
Kjmag (309)
Brownbear2 (309)
Keirangood
rmbnv (309)



December 2016
SwedeinNYC: granted March 2018

January 2017
Rnnomad: granted 26 March 2018

February 2017
AussieNYank: (300?)2/17/17 granted 26 April 2018
Deebs

March 2017
Nicole-PMV300: granted March 2018
Minesapint: granted 26 March 2018
Cardude151
#62Aussie
Redleg33: granted 3 July 2018
Oyetoba

April 2017
Mattsfoot (309): granted 2 July 2018
Ella77(309): granted 26 March 2018
Ronniedee(309): granted 5 July 2018
NYCtoAus(309): granted 3 September 2018

May 2017
A+K_OZ (309): granted 2 July 2018
Australia2019 (309): granted September 2018
Noone:
Foreverwaitingg: granted July 2018
Lyndiz87 (309): granted 4 October 2018

June 2017
AnnainNYC (300): granted 6 September 2018
NYCSYD18: granted August 2018?
Space_Dog (309)
Aztec
GJAussie: granted 2 August 2018

July 2017
Dannygolucky
Soccerplr (309)
Mrob8538 (309): 309 & 100 granted 10 October 2018
Global6
Kjmag (309)

August 2017
Rdtrip (300): granted 18 October 2018
CBR2011

September 2017
Brownbear2 (309)
Jkbs (309): 309 & 100 granted 27 September 2018

October 2017
Keirangood
rmbnv (309)

November 2017
MJAus!2018 (309)
Lady.pilot (309)
Julzy (300)

December 2017
MzSkeptica (300)
MrsL-D (309)

January 2018
Salmon1411 (309): granted July 6 2018
Ozbound3 (309)
Ash22

March 2018
JaneoOz
Tony121
Katemdf (309)

April 2018 (309 ​processing time was 10 / 13 months)
YankeeAussie (300)
Pyrite (300)
BeeBee2 (309)
esiyah (309)
KTE711 (309)

May 2018 (309 ​processing time was 12 / 16 months)
Carcrashearts (309)

June 2018 (309 ​processing time was 13 / 18 months)
Wazza100

September 2018 (309 ​processing time was 21 / 26 months)
Nyctombe (309)
The processing time when I applied 9/2018 was 13 to 17 months; I’m unsure of where you got 21/26 but that’s significantly more than my account and Home Affairs states.


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The processing time when I applied 9/2018 was 13 to 17 months; Iím unsure of where you got 21/26 but thatís significantly more than my account and Home Affairs states.
it must of been July/August the 21-26 months worst months of my life.


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Hi all,

Quick question - has anyone had their visa approved with either their medicals or police check being 12 months or older?
My AFP checks and medical is coming up and I'm not sure whether just letting them pass the 12 months and if they ask us to do them again then just doing so or should I just cough up the cash and be preemptive that they will require updated ones...
I'm in the same situation. Curious what others have to say.


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The processing time when I applied 9/2018 was 13 to 17 months; I’m unsure of where you got 21/26 but that’s significantly more than my account and Home Affairs states.
it must of been July/August the 21-26 months worst months of my life.
It did jump to that insane wait, briefly, at the beginning of the fiscal year. Many professionals predicted that, so if you worked with a lawyer they likely would have warned you - this is why we didn’t file over the summer.


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It did jump to that insane wait, briefly, at the beginning of the fiscal year. Many professionals predicted that, so if you worked with a lawyer they likely would have warned you - this is why we didnít file over the summer.
Wait so you waited 3 months to lodge your application because it was summer in the USA?!?! and it was predicted that processing times would rise?


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Those times aren't locked in based on what they were when you applied.


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It did jump to that insane wait, briefly, at the beginning of the fiscal year. Many professionals predicted that, so if you worked with a lawyer they likely would have warned you - this is why we didn’t file over the summer.
Wait so you waited 3 months to lodge your application because it was summer in the USA?!?! and it was predicted that processing times would rise?
Ha! No, our lawyer told us it’d be smart to wait and file after the fiscal new year in Australia, rather than be in the rush of filings at the end of June. So we waited a little bit to let things settle down - which happened to be over US summer &#x1f642;


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Old 11-09-2018, 02:38 AM
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Ha! No, our lawyer told us itíd be smart to wait and file after the fiscal new year in Australia, rather than be in the rush of filings at the end of June. So we waited a little bit to let things settle down - which happened to be over US summer &#x1f642;

haha, i was so confused, makes sense now!


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Hi all,

Quick question - has anyone had their visa approved with either their medicals or police check being 12 months or older?
My AFP checks and medical is coming up and I'm not sure whether just letting them pass the 12 months and if they ask us to do them again then just doing so or should I just cough up the cash and be preemptive that they will require updated ones...
I havenít received my visa yet but I did receive a request for more info when both my FBI and health checks were expired (we really jumped the gun) and they did not require me to redo either. But honestly, I would redo the FBI one because its not too expensive or difficult to do. And i canít speak for every clinic that does health checks, but the Seattle clinic currently has a month long waitlist. So maybe just get on the waitlist and decide later if you want to actually schedule an appointment. It would be a real downer to get the request for another health check and you have to wait in line for a month before seeing a doc. Waiting to hear back from them after a request for info is hellish, so I would do everything you can to ensure you have a full application


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