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Old 07-25-2014, 09:03 PM
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I meant my agent told me that my case officer wont reply me as i have authorised them for the dealings.
Em expecting a decision anyday now as my frnds have started recieving theor visas who applied with me.
If i mail him now,that wudnt b too late right?
I have extension till 4th august.

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Hi Tayyab -

That is often correct - if you appoint an agent for an application, you generally have to withdraw that appointment in order for you to communicate directly with DIBP. That's a choice you'll have to make - whether to withdraw the appointment and deal with DIBP yourself, or have your agent do it.

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Hello Mr. Mark Northam,

I have applied for 573 Subclass under SVP on 08 July 2014. Medical-14 June 2014.My university is Edith Cowan University with Course Master of professional Accounting that started on 28 july 2014 as before I have done Master in business economics after that I worked as Accountants Assistant for 1 n half year.My IELTS score is 6.5. I am married and I have one yr old daughter. My husband will be accompany me during studies. I gone through an Interview for 40 mins on 29 July 2014. It went well I don’t think there was any problem in that. Even I am waiting for extension from university too. Its been 1 week of my classes neither I got my extension nor my application result.
I am confused about what’s the matter of delay. Secondly will ECU give me extension or Defer me to next semester?? what do you think about it Mr.Mark ?
Do you think my case is strong or its lacking at some point ???.
As per our knowledge under SVP it takes 14 days for granting VISA, But till been more than that now So we are bit worried
Any help would be appreciated.
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Gurpreet Kaur Brar.


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Hello,

I applied for student visa subclass 574 (PhD) on 9th June 2014. I also hold a fully funded scholarship (living allowance + tuition fee). I received an acknowledgement of receipt of my application on 14th June and for medical on 17th June. My medical was submitted electronically on 18th June. On 11th July I was asked by the case officer to submit additional information, form 80, recent CV, MS transcripts and some questions. After couple of weeks time on 28th July again i received an e-mail where again I was asked to submit recent CV, and questions like name of supervisor, thesis details, funding details (Even though on my CoE it is clearly mentioned I hold a fully funded scholarship awarded by the university). My course commencement date was 28th July, however, I can enroll up to 29th August ( Mentioned on CoE). In my case the problem is I can defer the admission but not the scholarship. Have you ever seen a case like mine? I am worried that I might loose my scholarship because of delay of Visa. Has this ever happened to a client of yours? (loosing scholarship due to visa delay) Does DIBP care that a student may loose his scholarship due to their slow process?


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You might consider writing a letter or email to the case officer politely reminding them of the dates involved and letting them know that you stand to lose your scholarship if the delay goes past whatever appropriate date that is - a letter from the school confirming that xxx is the last day to arrive in order to keep the scholarship would also be helpful. After that, it's up to the case officer.

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You might consider writing a letter or email to the case officer politely reminding them of the dates involved and letting them know that you stand to lose your scholarship if the delay goes past whatever appropriate date that is - a letter from the school confirming that xxx is the last day to arrive in order to keep the scholarship would also be helpful. After that, it's up to the case officer. Hope this helps - Best, Mark Northam
Hi Mark,I got a problem that suffers me a lot.
I studied in Australia from 2007-2011, before I left Australia, I paid all my bills and closed my bank accounts.

However, after several months, when I had already in my country, my roommate in Australia told me that he received some mails about me from the bank. He paid 40-50dollars for one of the payables, but ignored the rest.

I thought I had paid all my bills and closed my bank account without any debt or problem, therefore I don't understand why the bank sent those mails to me and one of them contained payable.

Here is the problem: if I had any bad debt or outstanding payable to the bank, would this affect my immigration application?

I've received some useful advices, but I'd like to hear yours as you are an expert of this^_^


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Hi Robin -

Generally only debts to the Commonwealth of Australia or some public agency (ie, state government, roads/transport, tax office) qualify in terms of those visas that require that the applicant have no debts to the Commonwealth. Private debts (to banks, individuals, companies, etc) generally are not a factor in visa decisions.

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Hi Mark,I got a problem that suffers me a lot.
I studied in Australia from 2007-2011, before I left Australia, I paid all my bills and closed my bank accounts.

However, after several months, when I had already in my country, my roommate in Australia told me that he received some mails about me from the bank. He paid 40-50dollars for one of the payables, but ignored the rest.

I thought I had paid all my bills and closed my bank account without any debt or problem, therefore I don't understand why the bank sent those mails to me and one of them contained payable.

Here is the problem: if I had any bad debt or outstanding payable to the bank, would this affect my immigration application?

I've received some useful advices, but I'd like to hear yours as you are an expert of this^_^

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Hi Robin - Generally only debts to the Commonwealth of Australia or some public agency (ie, state government, roads/transport, tax office) qualify in terms of those visas that require that the applicant have no debts to the Commonwealth. Private debts (to banks, individuals, companies, etc) generally are not a factor in visa decisions. Hope this helps - Best, Mark Northam
Thank you soooo much for replying me, this really makes me feel better! And in case of any unforeseen problem, I think I will contact the bank.

Kind regards,
Robin

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Hai Tariq

Ask for extension of scholarship, taking help from your supervisor as well as help from international student office of your university. They will help. Do it immediately as date is approaching. It is possible as some scholarship amount will be lost that's it. How did you apply visa on your own or somebody's help?.

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Hello,

I applied for student visa subclass 574 (PhD) on 9th June 2014. I also hold a fully funded scholarship (living allowance + tuition fee). I received an acknowledgement of receipt of my application on 14th June and for medical on 17th June. My medical was submitted electronically on 18th June. On 11th July I was asked by the case officer to submit additional information, form 80, recent CV, MS transcripts and some questions. After couple of weeks time on 28th July again i received an e-mail where again I was asked to submit recent CV, and questions like name of supervisor, thesis details, funding details (Even though on my CoE it is clearly mentioned I hold a fully funded scholarship awarded by the university). My course commencement date was 28th July, however, I can enroll up to 29th August ( Mentioned on CoE). In my case the problem is I can defer the admission but not the scholarship. Have you ever seen a case like mine? I am worried that I might loose my scholarship because of delay of Visa. Has this ever happened to a client of yours? (loosing scholarship due to visa delay) Does DIBP care that a student may loose his scholarship due to their slow process?
Hai Tariq

Ask for extension of scholarship, taking help from your supervisor as well as help from international student office of your university. They will help. Do it immediately as date is approaching. It is possible as some scholarship amount will be lost that's it. How did you apply visa on your own or somebody's help?.

Thanking you


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