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Old 01-11-2017, 03:04 AM
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Hi Team,
I have been eligible since January 2016 and I applied in December 2015. Anyone waiting or got his/her visa granted around with similar dates?
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Old 01-11-2017, 04:35 AM
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Congrats! Good to see some people are getting granted! Where are you both from if you dont mind me asking?

Enjoy!!
Thanks Stacey, I am an Australian Citizen from birth (sponsor) & my husband whom is now PR is a Canadian Citizen from birth.

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Old 01-11-2017, 04:39 AM
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Thanks Stacey, I am an Australian Citizen from birth (sponsor) & my husband whom is now PR is a Canadian Citizen from birth.
Many congrats to you again!

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Old 01-11-2017, 10:07 PM
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Hi Everyone,

I have a quick question but notbsure if anyone will know the answer. Once yoir application is assigjed a case officer does anyone know the time frame for an answer? I understand every case is different but just wondered if there was some indication.

Thanks for your help.

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Old 01-11-2017, 10:11 PM
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Hi Everyone,

I have a quick question but notbsure if anyone will know the answer. Once yoir application is assigjed a case officer does anyone know the time frame for an answer? I understand every case is different but just wondered if there was some indication.

Thanks for your help.
It can be months I think. I vaguely remember that Stacey said she was told she had been assigned a case officer and I think that was atleast a couple of months ago.

Just remember not everyone knows they have a case officer some get an approval without knowing. Some just know they have a case officer when they ring and ask about the progress of the application.


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Old 01-11-2017, 10:13 PM
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It can be months I think. I vaguely remember that Stacey said she was told she had been assigned a case officer and I think that was atleast a couple of months ago.

Just remember not everyone knows they have a case officer some get an approval without knowing. Some just know they have a case officer when they ring and ask about the progress of the application.
Hey,

Gosh i thought i updated everyone on that - So when i called the first time i got told yes i had a case officer - second time i called they wouldnt disclose if i had one - third time - I didnt have one....

At least you know that it is in the hands of someone and not under a pile on their desk. When did you get informed?


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Old 01-11-2017, 10:50 PM
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Hi everyone,

I just received an email from immi granting my permanent residency. I cannot believe it, just shy of 10 months.

They contacted me before Christmas for my police check which I got back to them within a week, so just befire Christmas. I then sent another email ensuring it has been reveived. 3rd Jan they responded and said it had been received and I did not have a case officer yet. Yesterday I received an email asking for my police certificate again but this time it was signed by a person with a position number. I freaked oit because it was over the 28 days from original reqiest and didnt want my application to be withdrawn. Spent 45 minutes on the phone trying to contact immi. Was told to respond to email but in the subject line mark urgen and write the persons name and ppsition number. I explained I had sent it before xmas and then reattached. This morning i had an email with my grant notice. Sooooooo happy.
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Hi everyone,

I just received an email from immi granting my permanent residency. I cannot believe it, just shy of 10 months.

They contacted me before Christmas for my police check which I got back to them within a week, so just befire Christmas. I then sent another email ensuring it has been reveived. 3rd Jan they responded and said it had been received and I did not have a case officer yet. Yesterday I received an email asking for my police certificate again but this time it was signed by a person with a position number. I freaked oit because it was over the 28 days from original reqiest and didnt want my application to be withdrawn. Spent 45 minutes on the phone trying to contact immi. Was told to respond to email but in the subject line mark urgen and write the persons name and ppsition number. I explained I had sent it before xmas and then reattached. This morning i had an email with my grant notice. Sooooooo happy.
Wonderful news! Many congratulations!!! Enjoy your life here.

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Old 01-11-2017, 10:56 PM
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Wonderful news! Many congratulations!!! Enjoy your life here.
Sorry one question - when you got assigned a CO did your immi account update? Or did you just find out through the email you got?


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Old 01-11-2017, 10:58 PM
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Congratulations... may you both have a long, happy and successul life together in Oz.

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