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Old 12-01-2018, 12:19 AM
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Thanks. I don't see anything relating to it.
So I'm wondering what other people saw after they submitted their health examinations. Did the items under 'actions required' change?
At the immi login page, you put your username and password in. A page pops up with information regarding immi issues and you have to scroll to the bottom and click "Continue" to access your immi account. The notification is still there in my account.
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Thanks. I don't see anything relating to it.
So I'm wondering what other people saw after they submitted their health examinations. Did the items under 'actions required' change?
It's a known glitch they've been having. I see it every time I log into my IMMI account. If you've already provided cleared medicals, don't worry about it. They'll contact you directly if you need to do anything additional.

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Hi all, my husband received his 309 and 100 on landing in the US after we received the request to leave about 10 days ago. What a journey. This forum has been amazing. Thanks to everyone and fingers crossed that those still waiting hear soon and that additional resources get added to the DC office.
Congratulations global! That's great to hear. Seems like things are picking up a little in DC.

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Congrats Global!!!!! How long was your journey? So glad to see things moving along.


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Congrats Global!!!! Yay!!

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So so happy to see some grants coming through! We got the automated "Application in Progress" email on our 1 year anniversary of lodging last week....and now I'm totally anxious! Can anyone share how long after receiving that email they heard anything more???

I'd also love to hear about any activity coming from the department in December-January in past years. I know the US is very quiet in December, and Aus is more quiet in January, but this is a government entity. Do they just shut down?

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We got the letter this morning for my wife to leave the country. She's off to Hong Kong soon. The letter didn't say whether she had the 100, but we might get that when the grant comes through while shes overseas.

Good luck everyone!

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Wow - it took them nearly 3 months to grant after you provided requested info??? We were hoping it would be quick after we submit the items they requested. Ugh.


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Hi all, my husband received his 309 and 100 on landing in the US after we received the request to leave about 10 days ago. What a journey. This forum has been amazing. Thanks to everyone and fingers crossed that those still waiting hear soon and that additional resources get added to the DC office.
Congrats!

So is the grant automatic once you touch down on non-Aus soil? I'm curious how that works - since the holidays are coming up and I'll be in Aus until Christmas but leaving on Boxing Day. Guessing most people will be on holidays but wondering if the grant can be set automatically. Does anyone know how that works??


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Does anyone know if I can apply for a BVA from the ETA while waiting on the PMV? I keep seeing other threads stating applications for BVA from ETA are possible but I wasn't aware this was an option if only waiting on the PMV (versus the 820). I've been visiting on the ETA thinking I had no other option until the PMV is granted (besides the other visitor visas). The option to apply for a BVA recently appeared in my Immi account.


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Congrats!

So is the grant automatic once you touch down on non-Aus soil? I'm curious how that works - since the holidays are coming up and I'll be in Aus until Christmas but leaving on Boxing Day. Guessing most people will be on holidays but wondering if the grant can be set automatically. Does anyone know how that works??
No. Sometimes it can come as soon as you're out of Australia, but they usually ask you to leave for 3-5 days in case of delays. Some people have waited 5 days for the grant after leaving, others like me got it the same day of leaving. Weekends and public holidays, I wouldn't exactly expect it to be same day but who knows.

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