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htcerica 01-11-2016 10:27 PM

Hi all
After 14 months waiting I finally got a grant notice for my partner visa this morning.
Here are my timeframe of application process.
Applied on 11/11/2014
Require for medical check in November/2015
Require for current statement and more evidence in mid of December/2015
Require for police check on 22/12/2015
Visa grant on 12/01/2016

Good luck for everyone.

syd 01-11-2016 11:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by htcerica (Post 1144042)
Hi all
After 14 months waiting I finally got a grant notice for my partner visa this morning.
Here are my timeframe of application process.
Applied on 11/11/2014
Require for medical check in November/2015
Require for current statement and more evidence in mid of December/2015
Require for police check on 22/12/2015
Visa grant on 12/01/2016

Good luck for everyone.


Awesome news! Congrats:D

fiontong 01-12-2016 02:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by htcerica (Post 1144042)
Hi all
After 14 months waiting I finally got a grant notice for my partner visa this morning.
Here are my timeframe of application process.
Applied on 11/11/2014
Require for medical check in November/2015
Require for current statement and more evidence in mid of December/2015
Require for police check on 22/12/2015
Visa grant on 12/01/2016

Good luck for everyone.

Congrats!!!!!, Congrats!!!!!, Congrats!!!!!

ukkiwi 01-12-2016 06:05 AM

Hello,

I just updated my passoprt details via my immi account. Has anyone else doen this? It only asked for my new passport number,a start/ end date and issuign authority. Is this really all they need?

Thanks

peaceb 01-14-2016 07:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by htcerica (Post 1144042)
Hi all
After 14 months waiting I finally got a grant notice for my partner visa this morning.
Here are my timeframe of application process.
Applied on 11/11/2014
Require for medical check in November/2015
Require for current statement and more evidence in mid of December/2015
Require for police check on 22/12/2015
Visa grant on 12/01/2016

Good luck for everyone.

congrats!
my 14-month is coming up in 4 days too
so did you get notified via email or?

peaceb 01-14-2016 07:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by syd (Post 1143378)
I'm going on holidays next month too, so plan to apply for BVB this week. Due to long visa processing times, DIBP has become relaxed with allowing travel overseas during the processing period. They grant visas for travel as routine nowadays it seems. Don't worry, you will get the bridging visa or maybe they will grant you 820 instead since:D

thank you for you reply and have a lovely holiday:)

Indu9 01-14-2016 08:58 AM

820 Granted
 
Hello Guys,

I have a good news to share :D

I got my 820 granted FINALLY.... YIppee... :) After 16 Months of WAITING time.

A huge THANK YOU to Mark, AustraliaForum and its Members for helping me get through this :) :)

hoonie 01-18-2016 03:51 PM

Hi everyone, need some help here...

I finally received an email from a case officer requiring my police check on 13 Jan after 14 months waiting. The email stated that I have 28 days to submit this police check (it is ready on my hand now).

The issue is that I have to be in Australia when decision is ready. But I am currently in overseas now and will be back to Australia on 13 Feb. (My partner and I had holiday in our home country. She went back to Australia on 11 Jan since she only got five weeks' leave. ) So I just wondering what is the best way to response this email?

Should I reply this email with the police check right away and inform the case officer my arriving date (option 1) or just wait until near 28 days then email back (option 2), so by that time, I will be back to Australia soon.

Thanks for you advise first and please let me know if there is any other options.

TarlarAustralia 01-18-2016 05:42 PM

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Originally Posted by hoonie (Post 1152010)
Hi everyone, need some help here... I finally received an email from a case officer requiring my police check on 13 Jan after 14 months waiting. The email stated that I have 28 days to submit this police check (it is ready on my hand now). The issue is that I have to be in Australia when decision is ready. But I am currently in overseas now and will be back to Australia on 13 Feb. (My partner and I had holiday in our home country. She went back to Australia on 11 Jan since she only got five weeks' leave. ) So I just wondering what is the best way to response this email? Should I reply this email with the police check right away and inform the case officer my arriving date (option 1) or just wait until near 28 days then email back (option 2), so by that time, I will be back to Australia soon. Thanks for you advise first and please let me know if there is any other options.

Are you on a bridging visa? If you applied for a BVB to go on holiday then they won't grant it until after the 'must enter by' date on your visa.

If you're not you probably should have let them know you're going away anyway.

I would send it in now and then just email your case officer letting them know you have send it in and you'll be back in Australia on whatever date.

Maggie-May24 01-18-2016 08:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hoonie (Post 1152010)
Hi everyone, need some help here...

I finally received an email from a case officer requiring my police check on 13 Jan after 14 months waiting. The email stated that I have 28 days to submit this police check (it is ready on my hand now).

The issue is that I have to be in Australia when decision is ready. But I am currently in overseas now and will be back to Australia on 13 Feb. (My partner and I had holiday in our home country. She went back to Australia on 11 Jan since she only got five weeks' leave. ) So I just wondering what is the best way to response this email?

Should I reply this email with the police check right away and inform the case officer my arriving date (option 1) or just wait until near 28 days then email back (option 2), so by that time, I will be back to Australia soon.

Thanks for you advise first and please let me know if there is any other options.

I'd provide the police check now and let your CO know that you're visiting family in China, but will be back in Australia on xxxxx date in case the visa is ready to be granted upon your return.


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