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Old 03-12-2015, 07:00 PM
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im still waiting... and waiting.. and waiting.

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Old 03-12-2015, 07:52 PM
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Finally my visa has been passed for processing. I applied in February 2014 so it's taken 13 months so far. I'm just full of nerves now. Always worried I haven't send enough evidence in over the year.


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I am also part of this 'cohort' it seems. I got my 'letter' yesterday saying my application is off to Perth (lodged in Brissie). Applied end of May.

Good luck alikaup, angelicabcc, bay65, donkey, bionicallah and to all of us waiting.

Thank you starlight for giving us an idea of the waiting time from now on.

Now I understand what everyone says about form 80. Have you all done it?
I am not going to stress about it, just start preparing it and post questions in the other thread. http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...cussion-9.html

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Old 03-13-2015, 12:18 AM
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Yeah my Form 80 has been done from day 1.

Just a question for those that have done super beneficiaries for their partners and vice versa. How long does the whole process take? Is it done solely over the phone, or is there more hassle to it?


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Old 03-13-2015, 02:37 AM
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Just received an e-mail that my application has been transferred to the DIBP Perth Office as part of an internal allocation of work. I applied in late June 2014. Hopefully the grant is not too far off
Oh that sounds good. Can I ask where you applied from? Melbourne? Low risk country?


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Old 03-13-2015, 03:32 AM
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Yeah my Form 80 has been done from day 1.

Just a question for those that have done super beneficiaries for their partners and vice versa. How long does the whole process take? Is it done solely over the phone, or is there more hassle to it?
Noted on form 80.

Super: Quite simple really. I downloaded the form from the super company website, signed it and had it witnessed (just by my colleagues) and then sent it off. Took them a couple of weeks to send me an acknowledgement letter.

Don't think you can do it over the phone. It would be too simple. They should get your signature to allow that money to potentially go to someone else.

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Old 03-13-2015, 06:27 AM
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Hey folks, just a quick question.

After being given 28 days to give further evidence on Monday, I have submitted all extra evidence that was required and in great detail.

I emailed my CO on Wednesday listing what I submitted and asked whether it was sufficient or more evidence was required. How long should I wait for a response? The automated reply says 7 working days but when time is of the essence I'd like to know sooner if I need to provide more information to support my visa.

Any help/experience on this would be appreciated.

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Just a question for those that have done super beneficiaries for their partners and vice versa. How long does the whole process take? Is it done solely over the phone, or is there more hassle to it?
I was able to do mine online!!

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Hey folks, just a quick question.

After being given 28 days to give further evidence on Monday, I have submitted all extra evidence that was required and in great detail.

I emailed my CO on Wednesday listing what I submitted and asked whether it was sufficient or more evidence was required. How long should I wait for a response? The automated reply says 7 working days but when time is of the essence I'd like to know sooner if I need to provide more information to support my visa.

Any help/experience on this would be appreciated.
Out of curiosity how much evidence did you submit with your application initially and what sort of extra things did they ask for?


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Old 03-13-2015, 07:17 AM
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Yeah my Form 80 has been done from day 1.

Just a question for those that have done super beneficiaries for their partners and vice versa. How long does the whole process take? Is it done solely over the phone, or is there more hassle to it?
I did it online.


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