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Old 09-06-2012, 01:02 AM
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I'm now a Permanent Resident!!!

I've just received my Sub-class 100 Permanent Resident Letter!!!

I was getting really bored with all the waiting. I called DIAC last Thursday to tell them I was going to be in the United States for 5 weeks, as instructed by my time-to-submit-your-2-year-documentation letter. My processing center was Brisbane.

The DIAC representative was in Melbourne, and when she looked at my timeline, she was flabbergasted that I had not been processed yet. Hm. She must have done something, because THE NEXT DAY, I was approved.

I do plan to get the Permanent Visa page put into my passport - not for Australia purposes, though. I travel a lot, so if I am headed to Australia and I don't have an onward ticket at the time, the airlines always give me a hassle. So that's why I'll get the sticker.

YEAH!!!!

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6 Feb 2012 - Received letter from DIAC acknowledging 2nd Stage processing and list of items to submit.
22 Feb 2012 - Submitted package (via post) to Brisbane Processing Center
1 March 2012 - Received "acknowledgement of receipt" postcard from DIAC

31 August 2012 - Permanent Visa Sub-class 100 RECEIVED!!!

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Old 09-06-2012, 03:19 PM
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Afp check is actually $42 (cheque or money order). Put code '33' as reason for application.


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Old 09-07-2012, 01:33 PM
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Hi,,can anyone pls help me out with my query..
If u got 801 visa approved,,did DIAC change status straight away on VEVO.

If anyone know about this,,pls rply this thread that would be great appreciate..


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Hi,,can anyone pls help me out with my query..
If u got 801 visa approved,,did DIAC change status straight away on VEVO.

If anyone know about this,,pls rply this thread that would be great appreciate..
It may take a few hours to upload overnight, before it shows up in vevo.


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Old 09-08-2012, 12:13 AM
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I've just received my Sub-class 100 Permanent Resident Letter!!!

I was getting really bored with all the waiting. I called DIAC last Thursday to tell them I was going to be in the United States for 5 weeks, as instructed by my time-to-submit-your-2-year-documentation letter. My processing center was Brisbane.

The DIAC representative was in Melbourne, and when she looked at my timeline, she was flabbergasted that I had not been processed yet. Hm. She must have done something, because THE NEXT DAY, I was approved.

I do plan to get the Permanent Visa page put into my passport - not for Australia purposes, though. I travel a lot, so if I am headed to Australia and I don't have an onward ticket at the time, the airlines always give me a hassle. So that's why I'll get the sticker.

YEAH!!!!
Congrats!!!

btw, how do you get visa page in your passport? I should do that too.


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Old 09-08-2012, 12:32 AM
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Just go to the client services area of your nearest diac office and request a label. If you live in a regional area, you may be able to send your passport to diac by registered mail and have it returned to you with the visa label in - Call 131 881 for advice on whether you can do this.


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Old 09-08-2012, 01:35 PM
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Brownie is correct...

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Congrats!!!

btw, how do you get visa page in your passport? I should do that too.
Thanks, Aineko!

I'm currently in the United States, so I'll have to call the Embassy in Washington DC to see what to do. But when I am in Australia, I live on the Gold Coast, and I would head to the Southport satellite office to get the sticker...

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Time Line:
6 Feb 2012 - Received letter from DIAC acknowledging 2nd Stage processing and list of items to submit.
22 Feb 2012 - Submitted package (via post) to Brisbane Processing Center
1 March 2012 - Received "acknowledgement of receipt" postcard from DIAC

31 August 2012 - Permanent Visa Sub-class 100 RECEIVED!!!

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Old 09-10-2012, 10:40 AM
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Hi sbjapan,

Where ur application processed? Why ur application earlier than 6 months?


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Old 09-11-2012, 08:52 PM
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Six months, 8 days

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Hi sbjapan,

Where ur application processed? Why ur application earlier than 6 months?
My second-stage processing office was Brisbane. My processing time was 6 months and 8 days.

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6 Feb 2012 - Received letter from DIAC acknowledging 2nd Stage processing and list of items to submit.
22 Feb 2012 - Submitted package (via post) to Brisbane Processing Center
1 March 2012 - Received "acknowledgement of receipt" postcard from DIAC

31 August 2012 - Permanent Visa Sub-class 100 RECEIVED!!!

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Old 09-14-2012, 05:07 AM
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I've been waiting two months and check vevo three times a day How long was your processing time?


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