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Old 01-17-2016, 09:19 PM
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Thanks Segun, I think it's low risk but it is good to know that they are moving really fast. I hope you can get your approval real soon.
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Old 01-18-2016, 01:50 AM
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I just tried calling immigration and couldn't even get through, there was an automated message saying due to high demand they cannot take my call at the moment and the call disconnected


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Old 01-18-2016, 01:52 AM
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I just tried calling immigration and couldn't even get through, there was an automated message saying due to high demand they cannot take my call at the moment and the call disconnected
Probably because it is lunch time. Try again later. I have found in the past first thing in the morning is a good time.


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Old 01-18-2016, 02:14 AM
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Probably because it is lunch time. Try again later. I have found in the past first thing in the morning is a good time.
I called before and if they are busy normally you are just on hold for longer, I will try later


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I called before and if they are busy normally you are just on hold for longer, I will try later
They be following what other organisations do the banks do that too. Honestly I would rather just hold for longer than have to call back.

You could try emailing them in the mean time.


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Old 01-18-2016, 04:27 AM
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They be following what other organisations do the banks do that too. Honestly I would rather just hold for longer than have to call back.

You could try emailing them in the mean time.
Can't believe it, tried calling for the past 5 hours but it kept saying call back later, sorry Mish but what is their best email address?


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Can't believe it, tried calling for the past 5 hours but it kept saying call back later, sorry Mish but what is their best email address?
vic.ssp.processing[email protected]


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Old 01-18-2016, 08:28 AM
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FYI: My police cert is already expired. I emailed and asked if I should go ahead and submit a new one, and if adding more docs will restart my queue.

Their answers are: no need to resubmit, case officer will contact if they need a new one. And No for second question

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Hello Panda,
Its good on you that immi sent you reply...I just email them last past October didn't reply on my question so I tried to ask Mish about updating my application by sending some docs...I'm happy for the answer on your second question that if you send some docs it will not put your application on start queue again. My AFP is not yet expired, I just send my married AFP first but immi send me another email last time asking AFP certificate on my single name because that was the name that I used on my visa. I didn't know that immi sent me email just knew it when I speak to one of the operator last time. I didn't received any email, phone call coming from them. Then Its good that I call Its about 3 months passed after knowing that immi need my AFP cert. (single name).


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