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Old 06-08-2019, 03:57 PM
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When we've been asked for info, we've uploaded the required docs, then clicked on the "notify" button at the bottom of the page (I can't remember the exact wording).
That if they ask it officially. If they ask it over the phone how they would know? emailing them is the best option.


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That if they ask it officially. If they ask it over the phone how they would know? emailing them is the best option.
I guess it could be, but I'm not a migration agent so I don't really know to be honest. From what I've read on other threads, when you press the button, the department is notified when they review your case, so I guess . With email, they read it pretty quickly I would imagine, so I guess email could potentially be the best option.


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Old 06-09-2019, 01:27 AM
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Hi Everyone ,
I did LOD my app in jan 2019and my sponsor in feb ,sponsor showing submitted and app showing initial assessment ,after six month no CO nothing at all idk what’s going on I know need to long wait but no news nothing to give me a bit hope.


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Old 06-09-2019, 05:31 AM
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I have a question for everyone who has had their visa granted or knows someone who has.

I have read that the initial entry date is based on the expiration of medical or police checks, whichever comes first.

Has this been true for 100% of the cases? We haven't received our grant yet after applying on late September but we did receive several email requests for more information and more recently, a phone call for a single piece of document. I feel like we are possibly close to getting a grant but I am not sure.
I am a bit desperate to know as knowing approximately what date our IED may fall in will drastically change many of our life plans! So I appreciate any responses! Thanks in advance.


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Hi Orkideh I’m from Tehran too ,friend of mine his visa granted less than 8 month but he applied from Tehran three years ago ,Looks like from Beirut takes long time to grant the visa.


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Provisional Partner visas grants in 2017-2018, by Country of Grant

According to a Freedom of Information request from the Department of Home Affairs in 2018, the numbers of Provisional Partner visas granted varied between a median time of 123 days and 446 days depending on the office at which they were processed.

Singapore appeared to be faster, with a median time of 123 days, for a total of 211 Provisional Partner visas grants.
Dili, in East Timor, seems the slowest, with a median time of 446 days, but for a total of only 7 Provisional Partner visas grants.
New Delhi, in India, had the largest number of grants with 3,407 Provisional Partner visas granted with a median time of 223 days.
The list of Provisional Partner visas granted overseas, presumably the 309 offshore visa, is:

There were 211 Provisional Partner visas granted at Singapore office in a median of 123 days.
There were 67 Provisional Partner visas granted at Tel Aviv office in a median of 128 days.
There were 101 Provisional Partner visas granted at Madrid office in a median of 140 days.
There were 17 Provisional Partner visas granted at Tokyo office in a median of 151 days.
There were 206 Provisional Partner visas granted at Seoul office in a median of 179 days.
There were 294 Provisional Partner visas granted at Tehran office in a median of 186 days.
There were 435 Provisional Partner visas granted at Berlin office in a median of 191 days.
There were 1,452 Provisional Partner visas granted at London office in a median of 191 days.
There were 898 Provisional Partner visas granted at Kuala Lumpur office in a median of 193 days.
There were 1,007 Provisional Partner visas granted at Beirut office in a median of 195 days.
There were 113 Provisional Partner visas granted at Vienna office in a median of 198 days.
There were 866 Provisional Partner visas granted at Guangzhou office in a median of 204 days.
There were 351 Provisional Partner visas granted at Cairo office in a median of 208 days.
There were 338 Provisional Partner visas granted at Amman office in a median of 209 days.
There were 3,407 Provisional Partner visas granted at New Delhi office in a median of 223 days.
There were 621 Provisional Partner visas granted at Dubai office in a median of 227 days.
There were 726 Provisional Partner visas granted at Colombo office in a median of 230 days.
There were 407 Provisional Partner visas granted at Suva office in a median of 235 days.
There were 427 Provisional Partner visas granted at Nairobi office in a median of 241 days.
There were 43 Provisional Partner visas granted at Auckland office in a median of 255 days.
There were 311 Provisional Partner visas granted at Hong Kong office in a median of 255 days.
There were 232 Provisional Partner visas granted at Belgrade office in a median of 257 days.
There were 166 Provisional Partner visas granted at Santiago office in a median of 270 days.
There were 1,755 Provisional Partner visas granted at Jakarta office in a median of 271 days.
There were 1,309 Provisional Partner visas granted at Bangkok office in a median of 288 days.
There were 237 Provisional Partner visas granted at Ottawa office in a median of 292 days.
There were 211 Provisional Partner visas granted at Brasilia office in a median of 295 days.
There were 146 Provisional Partner visas granted at Ankara office in a median of 305 days.
There were 1,216 Provisional Partner visas granted at Ho Chi Minh office in a median of 311 days.
There were 1,354 Provisional Partner visas granted at Manila office in a median of 315 days.
There were 870 Provisional Partner visas granted at Islamabad office in a median of 319 days.
There were 668 Provisional Partner visas granted at Phnom Penh office in a median of 319 days.
There were 11 Provisional Partner visas granted at Buenos Aires office in a median of 329 days.
There were 254 Provisional Partner visas granted at Pretoria office in a median of 331 days.
There were 29 Provisional Partner visas granted at Moscow office in a median of 346 days.
There were 668 Provisional Partner visas granted at Shanghai office in a median of 353 days.
There were 502 Provisional Partner visas granted at Washington office in a median of 358 days.
There were 27 Provisional Partner visas granted at Port Moresby office in a median of 391 days.
There were 7 Provisional Partner visas granted at Dili office in a median of 446 days.


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Hi friends. Great news. We received the golden email

Date of lodgement: 28-September-2018
RFI: 28-Nov-2018 & 1-Jan-2019 asking for more information, again 29-May-2019
Phone interview: None
Date of grant:10-June-2019
Entry date: 04-Nov-2019

Total time it took: approximately 9 months

It does definitely appear that the median time it takes is about 8-9 months for the Beirut office, purely based on this thread!


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Hi friends. Great news. We received the golden email <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

Date of lodgement: 28-September-2018
RFI: 28-Nov-2018 & 1-Jan-2019 asking for more information, again 29-May-2019
Phone interview: None
Date of grant:10-June-2019
Entry date: 04-Nov-2019

Total time it took: approximately 9 months


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Hi friends. Great news. We received the golden email <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

Date of lodgement: 28-September-2018
RFI: 28-Nov-2018 & 1-Jan-2019 asking for more information, again 29-May-2019
Phone interview: None
Date of grant:10-June-2019
Entry date: 04-Nov-2019

Total time it took: approximately 9 months

It does definitely appear that the median time it takes is about 8-9 months for the Beirut office, purely based on this thread!


Congratulations orkideh! Hope we all start getting good news soon


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Hi friends. Great news. We received the golden email <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

Date of lodgement: 28-September-2018
RFI: 28-Nov-2018 & 1-Jan-2019 asking for more information, again 29-May-2019
Phone interview: None
Date of grant:10-June-2019
Entry date: 04-Nov-2019

Total time it took: approximately 9 months

It does definitely appear that the median time it takes is about 8-9 months for the Beirut office, purely based on this thread!
Congratulations Orkideh, reall happy to hear that
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