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Old 12-09-2016, 10:38 AM
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Hi Dangermouse 1,

Mine was asked three months ago but nothing really happened. They kept quiet afterwards. I just shoot them an email today. Let us see what will be the response. I will keep everyone posted.

How frustrating. I hope you hear something soon. How long did you police check take? At the begining of the year when I did my first one it only took a week but it looks like their time frames have increased.

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Hi Dangermouse1,

It took more than a week before I receive my new AFP. I sent an email to them with the screenshot of my application number so that they know that I have applied already. But it will be a requirement to send via email original AFP document. So far still waiting.

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Old 12-13-2016, 12:39 AM
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Does anyone know how long Immi are closed for over Xmas?


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Offically usually just the public holidays and public servant public holiday. Unofficially I would imagine most (if not all) would take leave between Christmas and New Year. It would depend on their rules. Some places they have that one person must be there other places they don't mind if noone will be there.


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Old 12-13-2016, 12:46 AM
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Offically usually just the public holidays and public servant public holiday. Unofficially I would imagine most (if not all) would take leave between Christmas and New Year. It would depend on their rules. Some places they have that one person must be there other places they don't mind if noone will be there.
Thought that was the case! So our last hope of visa approval this year would be next week otherwise let the wait continue...

Im getting so frustrated, it really quite distressing for me and my partner


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Have you received a reply from the email you sent? It is strange for someone from a low risk country to go over 12 months.

If you applied online upload some updated evidence to see if that helps.


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Have you received a reply from the email you sent? It is strange for someone from a low risk country to go over 12 months.

If you applied online upload some updated evidence to see if that helps.
Yup and just got a generic reply of standard time is 12-15 months and some cases are treated different due to circumstance....

Yeah good idea! I applied online


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hi i got the approval to do my 810, currently just passed 4 days from the 2 years mark. (I can do my 810 from 9th of dec) however i am waiting for couple of the statements of 888..jus curious is there a specific deadline to do it? say i delayed by 2 wks would the whole thing be void or anything?

OF COS earlier the better haha!!!


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Finally!

My hubby (Irish) received his 801 last night. Interestingly, the email came through from Immi at 11:52pm. I had only been online a couple of hours earlier checking to see if any changes and nothing. He waited just over 10 months.

We emailed Immi twice in the past month querying why they seemed to be approving applications out of order and got the standard reply back each time. Not sure if it helped at all.

We were pretty lazy to be honest with the second part of our application so I was surprised there weren't any questions. Included all the financial stuff, and a few photos including some from our wedding in March.

Good luck to all those still waiting. It is a long 3 years but glad its finally all done!

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My hubby (Irish) received his 801 last night. Interestingly, the email came through from Immi at 11:52pm. I had only been online a couple of hours earlier checking to see if any changes and nothing. He waited just over 10 months.

We emailed Immi twice in the past month querying why they seemed to be approving applications out of order and got the standard reply back each time. Not sure if it helped at all.

We were pretty lazy to be honest with the second part of our application so I was surprised there weren't any questions. Included all the financial stuff, and a few photos including some from our wedding in March.

Good luck to all those still waiting. It is a long 3 years but glad its finally all done!
Merry Christmas to you! Wowee, checked you on the spreadsheet and it said you waited 10 months, which is pretty good considering.

Let's hope there's many more of us getting our grants soon.

In the meantime, we are so very happy for you. Congratulations.


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