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Old 06-28-2019, 04:35 AM
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Brisbane was good 10 years ago.. Did my Citizenship application to Ceremony in 2 months. But times have changed...

I'll have to check Toowoomba for my wife next year.

I thought MrStokes80 applied in Toowoomba. Maybe they will reply and say how long it is for Toowoomba. I believe they are over 12 months waiting for an invite.

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Hello Again!

I am back after probably couple of years or more.

I want to share my details with you guys.

Eligible to apply for citizenship on 18th June 2019
Applied: 27th June 2019
Acknowledged: 27th June 2019

Waiting game begins again!

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Hello Again!

I am back after probably couple of years or more.

I want to share my details with you guys.

Eligible to apply for citizenship on 18th June 2019
Applied: 27th June 2019
Acknowledged: 27th June 2019

Waiting game begins again!
Does that eligibility date mean you got your PR grant on 18/6/18?

Keep us updated with the Citizenship process, ours is early next year.

What council area will your citizenship be in?


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Hey. Yes I got my PR on the 18th June 2018. And I first arrived to Australia on the 9th April 2015.

And I am in Brisbane. Unfortunately, it seems like most of people in this council area have to wait a very long time.

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Hello Again!

I am back after probably couple of years or more.

I want to share my details with you guys.

Eligible to apply for citizenship on 18th June 2019
Applied: 27th June 2019
Acknowledged: 27th June 2019

Waiting game begins again!
Good luck! Keep us posted on your timeline as it changes, which hopefully won't be too long.


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Hey. Yes I got my PR on the 18th June 2018. And I first arrived to Australia on the 9th April 2015.

And I am in Brisbane. Unfortunately, it seems like most of people in this council area have to wait a very long time.
Interesting, so the wait times vary by location?


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Hi everyone,

Just to provide futher information, I am going to include the documents I am taking with me to assist other through their journey.

- Identity confirming name, gender, parents and place of birth : Birth Certificate issued by the Indian consulate in Melbourne.
- Proof of First arrival in Australia: My old passport with arrival stamps in it.
- Identity proof: My current passport and Australian Driving License.
- Address Proof: Water Bill & My current Lease.
- Additional documentation: AFP Police check. It doesn't specifically ask for it but I thought, might as well. 8 days to my interview and test.

Hopefully approval comes soon after followed by the ceremony. Hoping to get it all sorted before 2020 kicks in but not holding my breath.

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Interesting, so the wait times vary by location?
Yes. I believe Tasmania is the quickest from what I have seen. Brisbane is insanely slow.


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Hopefully approval comes soon after followed by the ceremony. Hoping to get it all sorted before 2020 kicks in but not holding my breath.
Thanks! I bet you will!


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Yes. I believe Tasmania is the quickest from what I have seen. Brisbane is insanely slow.
Hmm, that kind of sucks. Well, if it goes off of what other people in my area have waited, then that's well over a year.


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