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Old 03-01-2019, 01:38 PM
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That's not good brother. Did you try contacting Beirut office?
I applied in August. It was my mistake because I did the medical in Mar-18 and applied August. My wife had miscarriage in Nov-18 and I want to try again for a baby, but wont do it before renewing my medical test.


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I applied in August. It was my mistake because I did the medical in Mar-18 and applied August. My wife had miscarriage in Nov-18 and I want to try again for a baby, but wont do it before renewing my medical test.
August 2018 must have been a bad time to apply for these 300/309 Visa

The issue is every time i try calling the Beirut office it just goes to message.


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I applied in August. It was my mistake because I did the medical in Mar-18 and applied August. My wife had miscarriage in Nov-18 and I want to try again for a baby, but wont do it before renewing my medical test.
How did she do the medical without the HAP number?


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How did she do the medical without the HAP number?
Through my health declaration. It was available at that time


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Old 03-06-2019, 01:34 PM
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March should be the month we get grants for all those of us who applied in late August/early September 2018.


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March should be the month we get grants for all those of us who applied in late August/early September 2018.
I highly doubt that. My agent recent grant from Beirut was for a client who waited for one year. Don't forget that current government has promised a reduction in migration intake which in my opinion very unfair for family visas. An Australian citizen would wait for more than one year to re-union with his family while visa 489 is being processed in less than 4 months!!!!! That's means new migrants are getting priority over Australian family.

The only hope we have is that current government losses federal election and labor party comes to power. If this happens, we would expect a feedback in June or July for applications lodged in August-2018. Otherwise, expect at least one year waiting.


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I highly doubt that. My agent recent grant from Beirut was for a client who waited for one year. Don't forget that current government has promised a reduction in migration intake which in my opinion very unfair for family visas. An Australian citizen would wait for more than one year to re-union with his family while visa 489 is being processed in less than 4 months!!!!! That's means new migrants are getting priority over Australian family.

The only hope we have is that current government losses federal election and labor party comes to power. If this happens, we would expect a feedback in June or July for applications lodged in August-2018. Otherwise, expect at least one year waiting.
Based on average Beirut processing times is 200 days.

But it's been very quiet regarding grants lately.


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Based on average Beirut processing times is 200 days.

But it's been very quiet regarding grants lately.
It was the "Median" not the "Average".

They seem to be pretty slow.


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It was the "Median" not the "Average".

They seem to be pretty slow.
When did this shift in the immigration policy occur?
Because my friend applied in April 2018 and was granted in October 2018 via Beirut office.
And he's application was arguably a bit more complex than mine.


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When did this shift in the immigration policy occur?
Because my friend applied in April 2018 and was granted in October 2018 via Beirut office.
And he's application was arguably a bit more complex than mine.
They handle each case differently. What is the nationality of your friend? Low risk countries seem to have fast processing.


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