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Old 02-16-2017, 04:16 AM
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Hello everyone .

I've been reading through these posts for the last week or so and posted a couple of questions...So, what I was thinking about today is: the way I understand it is that when you apply, the processing center that is going to process your application is shown at the footer of the application confirmation letter. Mine gives an address in ACT (I applied from Adelaide, SA). Is there anyone else whose application is being processed in ACT and does anyone have an email address from that processing center?
Hey SharKs, mine is the same ACT and I applied in Vic.

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Hey SharKs, mine is the same ACT and I applied in Vic.
Ah okay! I applied 13 months ago, haven't heard anything since I applied. Renekara, you were a month before me, I think? Did they give you an email address?

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Old 02-16-2017, 04:22 AM
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Hello everyone .

I've been reading through these posts for the last week or so and posted a couple of questions...So, what I was thinking about today is: the way I understand it is that when you apply, the processing center that is going to process your application is shown at the footer of the application confirmation letter. Mine gives an address in ACT (I applied from Adelaide, SA). Is there anyone else whose application is being processed in ACT and does anyone have an email address from that processing center?
Hi there! Mine (PMV application) also shows ACT but I'm pretty sure that's not where it's being processed and I also asked same question in my thread/some other thread and was told it's not being processed at ACT. I have applied online (I'm from Mauritius) and I believe it's being processed by Pretoria (South Africa) office as the embassy in Mauritius advised me they do not process Partner Visas here but same are processed at Pretoria.

So, it's more about where you have lodged your application, if I'm not wrong. But, yea given that you've applied from Australia, maybe yours is being processed at ACT.

All the best mate ;-)

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Old 02-16-2017, 04:39 AM
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Ah okay! I applied 13 months ago, haven't heard anything since I applied. Renekara, you were a month before me, I think? Did they give you an email address?
No, there is no email on the confirmation letter.
On the forum everyone shares this email address

[email protected]

maybe you should try

[email protected]???

or if there is someone else on the forum that reads should share their experience?

I was thinking to send an email too, but after I have been told on the phone to wait till 15 months mark (this is a month ago).... I don't know what to do. It's been 14 months and 9 days ( it's not like I am counting lol)

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No, there is no email on the confirmation letter.
On the forum everyone shares this email address

[email protected]

maybe you should try

[email protected]???

or if there is someone else on the forum that reads should share their experience?

I was thinking to send an email too, but after I have been told on the phone to wait till 15 months mark (this is a month ago).... I don't know what to do. It's been 14 months and 9 days ( it's not like I am counting lol)
Thank you . I totally get it that you're counting haha, I'm at 13 months exactly today! On the internet it still says you can inquire after 13 months . I might give it a little bit longer before I send an email... maybe even update my police check because it has expired..

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Old 02-16-2017, 04:49 AM
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Thank you . I totally get it that you're counting haha, I'm at 13 months exactly today! On the internet it still says you can inquire after 13 months . I might give it a little bit longer before I send an email... maybe even update my police check because it has expired..
Updating police checks is not a bad idea. I did mine and my partners as well. If you send an email please keep us updated

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What does it say in the footer of your application confirmation letter? Does it give you the address of an office?
Yes, it was in the Western Australia - Perth Office

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Hi guys,

have a quicky; did anyone else get a bridging visa with no work restrictions on it and therefore have to apply for financial hardship (1005) ??

Anyone that can let me know how long I will have to wait to hear back from immi?

it really does seem like we pay more and wait longer than before ey..


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Hi guys,

have a quicky; did anyone else get a bridging visa with no work restrictions on it and therefore have to apply for financial hardship (1005) ??

Anyone that can let me know how long I will have to wait to hear back from immi?

it really does seem like we pay more and wait longer than before ey..
Your bridging visa came with a no work condition, on an 820 application?


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Old 02-16-2017, 06:30 AM
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Your bridging visa came with a no work condition, on an 820 application?

Yes, I got a BVC with 'no work'.. I had already been on a BVB, so Im not quite sure what the process is for talking away my working right.


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