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Hey guys, I gave a call to my agent yesterday and he told me how last week he called up the manager of the 2nd stage partner visa processing centre about one of his other clients who went over the standard processing time (after the call his application ended up getting approved this tuesday with 8 months 12 days total wait) and the manager said that now applications are not being approved sooner than 8 months UP TO 12 MONTHS. So there's nothing we can do, it is definitely just a backlog of work, and we are all in this together, i love how active this forum is! I personally am on 5 months 1 week now with status being "assessment in progress"
I wonder how much truth there is to it, as it was it just said to get him off their back.

It just wonder because we have seen people getting approved in like 5 months.

Out of curiosity did he say what country his client is from? I am wondering if high risk, very high risk or low risk.

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Hey Mish, no no idea about countries. But my agent definitely said that his cases used to take 2-3 months on average and then started taking longer and longer. And reading the forum it seems like 8 months wait is now pretty common so I would trust what they said...


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yes right, fee keep increasing and backlog. How wonderful

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I wonder how much truth there is to it, as it was it just said to get him off their back. It just wonder because we have seen people getting approved in like 5 months...
Mish, you've seen people getting approved in this forum...the same question goes: how much truth there's to it??? The fact that we all need to understand and remember is that forum like this only represents minuscule amount vs. actual partner visa applications out there.

Not all subscribe to this forum therefore we only need to use it as a guide not bible!


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Mish, you've seen people getting approved in this forum...the same question goes: how much truth there's to it??? The fact that we all need to understand and remember is that forum like this only represents minuscule amount vs. actual partner visa applications out there.

Not all subscribe to this forum therefore we only need to use it as a guide not bible!
What I mean is that ... if processing time was atleast 8 months why are we seeing people approved in less than 8 months. If what the agent was told we would be seeing everyone taking 8 months.

I would like people to try and remain hopeful that maybe their application will not take 8 to 12 months to approve.

As we know DIBP have never been one to tell us correct answers.

I know of people who are not on this forum who get their visa's approved in a few months so I go by how long it takes them too.

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What I mean is that ... if processing time was atleast 8 months why are we seeing people approved in less than 8 months. If what the agent was told we would be seeing everyone taking 8 months. I would like people to try and remain hopeful that maybe their application will not take 8 to 12 months to approve. As we know DIBP have never been one to tell us correct answers. I know of people who are not on this forum who get their visa's approved in a few months so I go by how long it takes them too.
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Hang in there abood...you'll soon hear from the Department. Good news I hope!


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