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Old 01-08-2019, 11:03 PM
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Okay, thank you! I’m from Perth too so I also know the pain of missing those bargain flights and the added flying time haha


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Booked the tickets for my fiance to go to Wellington for 8 days on the 3rd of Feb. Sent Immi his itinerary. Plan to send another email when he leaves so hopefully we will have some good news while he is gone. Dunno what we will do if they don't approve it when he is gone. Be nervous until we get their decision!

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Hi everyone,
We finally received our grant letter today (Applied July 2017, with two RFIs) !
Thanks for all your support, and good luck to everyone waiting ! Hang in there =)

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We finally received our grant letter today (Applied July 2017, with two RFIs) !
Thanks for all your support, and good luck to everyone waiting ! Hang in there =)
Congratulations!


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Old 01-10-2019, 01:13 PM
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Hey everybody! We finally received some news today after almost 12 months. They've requested my medicals. My husband is here with me now for the holidays but we had been discussing the possibility of him staying a while longer. I know once the medical is complete my visa could be granted anywhere from a few days to several months later... but has anyone noticed any average time frame or trends on this forum as to how soon after submitting the request have visas been granted?

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Lodged from USA 29th January 2018
Police Clearances submitted: April 2018
Medicals requested: January 2019
Medicals submitted: February 2019
309 and 100 Granted!!!: April 11, 2019
Entry by June 28, 2019

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309 granted on 1/9/19 followed moments later by the 100. We applied 11/20/17 and proactively obtained and uploaded my medical exam and our NY state/FBI in October 2018. We were never contacted by a case officer and the status of our application never changed until granted. My husband also did not yet get around to getting his Australian police check. We have been together 10 years, married 4 and have 2 kids. I greatly appreciate all the advice on these boards. Best of luck to those still waiting.


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Old 01-11-2019, 01:08 PM
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Not sure how helpful this is but I'm in a similar situation:
Applied: Nov 30, 2017
RFI: Dec 20, 2018
Submitted new AFPs for both of us: Dec 30, 2018
Offices re-opened: Jan 2, 2019

Haven't heard anything and I'm growing very anxious! I left Australia after Christmas to return to work in the States and being apart again is so painful!


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Hey everybody! We finally received some news today after almost 12 months. They've requested my medicals. My husband is here with me now for the holidays but we had been discussing the possibility of him staying a while longer. I know once the medical is complete my visa could be granted anywhere from a few days to several months later... but has anyone noticed any average time frame or trends on this forum as to how soon after submitting the request have visas been granted?


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Old 01-11-2019, 01:29 PM
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309 granted on 1/9/19 followed moments later by the 100. We applied 11/20/17 and proactively obtained and uploaded my medical exam and our NY state/FBI in October 2018. We were never contacted by a case officer and the status of our application never changed until granted. My husband also did not yet get around to getting his Australian police check. We have been together 10 years, married 4 and have 2 kids. I greatly appreciate all the advice on these boards. Best of luck to those still waiting.
Congrats! Did you get an "enter by" date?

Ladypilot, I feel your pain. My husband was supposed to be heading back to Australia tomorrow but we can't bear the thought of separating again for an unspecified time frame. The last time we were apart for a year and a half but our daughter is old enough to become attached now

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Two different questions so I'm posting twice...

We are post RFI ("Further Assessment" stage) and I'm debating whether or not it would be helpful or harmful to our timeline to submit new, additional evidence we have (namely an Aussie joint bank account that we opened before Xmas - we already have a US one - and detail from our Xmas trip to Bali). Thoughts?


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Old 01-14-2019, 12:03 AM
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Two different questions so I'm posting twice...

Is there any benefit to trying to contact the person who reached out for more info for a status update? Is that even allowed? I have her name and she is in the consulate in Brazil (also, is that weird?). Thanks!


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