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Old 02-14-2010, 07:11 PM
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Spouse Visa 309 - your opinion

Hi,

I don't know if I read this here or created it in my own head...but do most people agree that if you are called to attend an interview and requested to go ahead with medical exams and criminal history certificates: that your case-officer has already determined your application as being good enough for granting the visa?


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Old 02-14-2010, 10:41 PM
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i havent seen any single case that they rejected from rich countries, most rejection are from poor countries, like china, vietnam, Turkey, india etc. so be comfortable, if you are from europa or canada-usa-japan, your case % 100 be accepted.
look at the migration review tribunal australia

for the rejected cases.


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Old 02-15-2010, 12:22 AM
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Hi,

I don't know if I read this here or created it in my own head...but do most people agree that if you are called to attend an interview and requested to go ahead with medical exams and criminal history certificates: that your case-officer has already determined your application as being good enough for granting the visa?
There have been such questions raised from time to time though AFAIK an interview for many has been the last step after medicals and police checks though that is not to say it may not happen in reverse, especially where you have a group of contries being serviced by one embassy/consulate and there may be interview slots of time where an immigration officer travels to a country every month or so to do several interviews.

It is stated on the DIAC site that being requested to do medicals/police check is never a guarantee that a visa will be granted and it has been known that even at interviews following they having been done, further information can be requested.

My own comments on the above have always been of the nature that the interview may be towards the end of an assessment process and if everything is in order and with medicals/police checks, then a decision may not be all that far away.

Whether it is to grant or refuse will still depend on the complete assessment, there never being a guarantee until you have an advice of grant and visa sticker in the passport.
It's never over until the Fat Lady sings they say.





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