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Old 03-15-2020, 04:59 AM
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Thank you for the response. I was thinking about that too, but can I be granted tourist visa if I just turned one year at my work here in the phl. That is i came back after I studied for a year in aus.
And if we'll consider the tourist visa then apply on-shore, so I have to resign on my current job?


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Thank you for the response. I was thinking about that too, but can I be granted tourist visa if I just turned one year at my work here in the phl. That is i came back after I studied for a year in aus.
And if we'll consider the tourist visa then apply on-shore, so I have to resign on my current job?
Some tourist visas get granted even when the applicant has no work.

I probably would not resign. Nothing to stop you going back after applying for the 820, if you wanted to.

But I would run that past a Migration agent.

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Looks like we're going to have to wait longer because of the lock down in Manila. How are you guys holding up?


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Old 03-20-2020, 06:34 AM
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Still waiting for 6 months now. But I'm here onshore as the moment.


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Old 04-27-2020, 07:03 AM
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We were asked for updated medicals because ours already expired. That was a month ago. What's your current status? Thanks
Hey Humboldt, any updates on your application? I read on homeaffairs that they're still assessing visas that are exempted from the travel restrictions but there hasn't been any updates on mine. It's still on Further Assessment.


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Median processing times are getting longer, even before COVID-19.

The subclass 309 median for Manila, Philippines, was 315 days in 2017/18, and 554 days in 2018/19, and 665 days in the last 6 months of 2019.

These are calendar days.


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Median processing times are getting longer, even before COVID-19.

The subclass 309 median for Manila, Philippines, was 315 days in 2017/18, and 554 days in 2018/19, and 665 days in the last 6 months of 2019.

These are calendar days.
J and E do you have the median processing times for New Zealand (which are processed in Suva Fiji apparently)


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J and E do you have the median processing times for New Zealand (which are processed in Suva Fiji apparently)
Suva, subclass 309 Median processing times: 235 days in 2017/18 and 237 days in 2018/19 and 243 days in the last 6 months of 2019.

Not much change for that location since 2017.


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Hi there,

I've been trying to look for waiting rooms for Filipinos and this is the latest thread I could find. Just trying to look for hope amidst the pandemic...

I just want to know how long does is normally take to get assigned a CO after you lodged the online application?

Also, for the current applicants, do you have any idea where are your processing centres? I've heard Philippine applications are getting transferred to Queensland, Vietnam, etc.

Thanks!


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Old 12-22-2020, 11:50 AM
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Hi i am from PHL i apply partner visa here in australia(820) i recieved email from co requesting for AFP check for me and my sponsor the case officer is from australian embassy vietnam,just reallx wondering why my application is in vietbama


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