PMV and Partner Visa Processing Times in November 2019

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PMV and Partner Visa Processing Times in November 2019


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Old 12-20-2019, 11:07 PM
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PMV and Partner Visa Processing Times in November 2019

Global Processing Times for November 2019 visa finalisations were updated on 18th December, with new processing times. The earlier update, on 10th December, didn't include any changes in times.

Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300)
Nov 2019: 18-24 = 75% took up to 18 months. 10% took over 24 months.
Oct 2019: 17-20 = 75% took up to 17 months. 10% took over 20 months.

Partner Offshore Provisional Visa (subclass 309)
Nov 2019: 17-20 = 75% took up to 17 months. 10% took over 20 months.
Oct 2019: 17-21 = 75% took up to 17 months. 10% took over 21 months.

Partner Offshore Permanent visa (subclass 100).
Nov 2019: 21-32 = 75% took up to 21 months. 10% took over 32 months.
Oct 2019: 19-28 = 75% took up to 19 months. 10% took over 28 months.

Partner Onshore Temporary visa (subclass 820).
Nov 2019: 22-29 = 75% took up to 22 months. 10% took over 29 months.
Oct 2019: 20-29 = 75% took up to 20 months. 10% took over 29 months.

Partner Onshore Permanent visa (subclass 801).
Nov 2019: 16-24 = 75% took up to 16 months. 10% took over 24 months.
Oct 2019: 18-26 = 75% took up to 18 months. 10% took over 26 months.

The processing time for subclass 801 and 100 visas is calculated from the date of eligibility, which is 24 months after the 820 or 309 visa is lodged.


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Some actual subclass 300 processing times in November 2019.

300 Finalised after 9.4 months, from Kenya
300 Finalised after 13 months, from Vietnam
300 Finalised after 18.7 months, from Nigeria

Some actual subclass 820 processing times in November 2019.

820 Finalised after 16.5 months, from Indonesia
820 Finalised after 25.8 months, from France
820 Finalised after 23.8 months, from Germany
820 Finalised after 14.8 months, from Philippines

Some actual subclass 801 processing times in November 2019.

801 Finalised 2.8 months after eligible, from ?
801 Finalised 3.8 months after eligible, from Malaysia
801 Finalised 4.9 months after eligible, from Malaysia
801 Finalised 7.8 months after eligible, from Norway
801 Finalised 8.8 months after eligible, from Netherlands
801 Finalised 9.4 months after eligible, from China
801 Finalised 9.4 months after eligible, from Italy
801 Finalised 9.7 months after eligible, from ?
801 Finalised 10.0 months after eligible, from ?
801 Finalised 11.6 months after eligible, from ?
801 Finalised 13.0 months after eligible, from USA
801 Finalised 18.1 months after eligible, from India
801 Finalised 19.2 months after eligible, from Italy
The processing time for subclass 801 visas are calculated from the date of eligibility, which is 24 months after the 820 visa is lodged.

801 Finalised 25.8 months after 820 application, from France. Direct to 801.


Some actual subclass 309 processing times in November 2019.

309 Finalised after 6.1 months, from Algeria.
309 Finalised after 8.8 months, from Pakistan.
309 Finalised after 9.5 months, from India.
309 Finalised after 9.8 months, from Iran.
309 Finalised after 10.2 months, from India.
309 Finalised after 10.2 months, from ?.
309 Finalised after 10.6 months, from Syria.
309 Finalised after 11.2 months, from Cameroon.
309 Finalised after 13.2 months, from Sri Lanka.
309 Finalised after 13.4 months, from India.

Some actual subclass 100 processing times in November 2019.
These were all times from the 309 application date, and received the 309 and 100 on the same day:
100 Finalised after 6.4 months, from Sweden. Direct to 100 Applied: ?
100 Finalised after 9.1 months, from UK. Direct to 100 Applied: UK
100 Finalised after 12.2 months, from Pakistan. Direct to 100 Applied: Beirut
100 Finalised after 17.7 months, from Philippines. Direct to 100 Applied: ?
100 Finalised after 19.7 months, from Zimbabwe. Direct to 100 Applied: Pretoria

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With these stats do they impact on applications already in progress or do they apply for those who apply from now??
A year and a half is a long wait for for a PMV

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Global Processing Times for November 2019 visa finalisations were updated on 18th December, with new processing times. The earlier update, on 10th December, didn't include any changes in times.

Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300)
Nov 2019: 18-24 = 75% took up to 18 months. 10% took over 24 months.
Oct 2019: 17-20 = 75% took up to 17 months. 10% took over 20 months.

Partner Offshore Provisional Visa (subclass 309)
Nov 2019: 17-20 = 75% took up to 17 months. 10% took over 20 months.
Oct 2019: 17-21 = 75% took up to 17 months. 10% took over 21 months.

Partner Offshore Permanent visa (subclass 100).
Nov 2019: 21-32 = 75% took up to 21 months. 10% took over 32 months.
Oct 2019: 19-28 = 75% took up to 19 months. 10% took over 28 months.

Partner Onshore Temporary visa (subclass 820).
Nov 2019: 22-29 = 75% took up to 22 months. 10% took over 29 months.
Oct 2019: 20-29 = 75% took up to 20 months. 10% took over 29 months.

Partner Onshore Permanent visa (subclass 801).
Nov 2019: 16-24 = 75% took up to 16 months. 10% took over 24 months.
Oct 2019: 18-26 = 75% took up to 18 months. 10% took over 26 months.

The processing time for subclass 801 and 100 visas is calculated from the date of eligibility, which is 24 months after the 820 or 309 visa is lodged.


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With these stats do they impact on applications already in progress or do they apply for those who apply from now??
A year and a half is a long wait for for a PMV
Those times applied only in the month that the visa was granted. (Oct and Nov grant times are shown)

They are actual times, not future estimates. However, they can give us an indication of what might be, even though somewhat pointless at times.

eg: a grant in 2 months would still be counted in the 75% processed in under 18 months, grouping.

In theory you could get 74 grants taking 4, 5 or 6 months each, out of 100 totalgrants, but get one that takes 18 months, and the stats put all 75 in the under 18 month group.

Visa processing times are individual to each of us, often based on how our applications are done, but also on how many they are allowed to process each month.

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Those times applied only in the month that the visa was granted. (Oct and Nov grant times are shown)

They are actual times, not future estimates. However, they can give us an indication of what might be, even though somewhat pointless at times.

eg: a grant in 2 months would still be counted in the 75% processed in under 18 months, grouping.

In theory you could get 74 grants taking 4, 5 or 6 months each, out of 100 totalgrants, but get one that takes 18 months, and the stats put all 75 in the under 18 month group.

Visa processing times are individual to each of us, often based on how our applications are done, but also on how many they are allowed to process each month.
Thanks for the stats JandE.

This is the form of only available current stats. It is unfortunate that DHA not releasing similar stats per processing office. As most of us are well aware, processing times are heavily biased by the processing office. Efficiency and productivity of each individual office (which are spread over the globe) appears to be significantly different. Therefore, these stats do not give us even an indication of the performance of our particular processing office.

I personally believe that the department most likely attempting to hide performance and productivity of each individual processing office by only releasing blanket global processing stats which are next to useless.

JandE seems to be maintaining much more valuable processing office based stats in relation to forum members.

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Efficiency and productivity of each individual office (which are spread over the globe) appears to be significantly different. Therefore, these stats do not give us even an indication of the performance of our particular processing office.
That is totally correct.

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I personally believe that the department most likely attempting to hide performance and productivity of each individual processing office by only releasing blanket global processing stats which are next to useless.
A FOI request will get the required information if requested correctly and concisely.

I agree it would be interesting if they did produce stats more detailed, but even then these can change very quickly, and become irrelevant between applying and finalisation.

They do produce stats showing the median times for each office, on request. But even then a median of 10 months might mean between 3 and 20 months.


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