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Old 07-27-2010, 05:38 AM
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I am from INDIA & I had submitted the documents(CDR) to Engineers Australia on 24/April/2010 through a consultant. My consultant has not got any reply from Engineers Australia till today except for the acknowledgment letter received on 15/May/2010( receipt of documents).

I understand stand it would take atleast 6 to 8 weeks to get the response from Engineers Australia. It is more than 8 weeks now.

Please advice.


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Hi,

I am from INDIA & I had submitted the documents(CDR) to Engineers Australia on 24/April/2010 through a consultant. My consultant has not got any reply from Engineers Australia till today except for the acknowledgment letter received on 15/May/2010( receipt of documents).

I understand stand it would take atleast 6 to 8 weeks to get the response from Engineers Australia. It is more than 8 weeks now.

Please advice.
You ought to have a look on the IEA site to see if anything is quoted and I think you'll find 12 weeks is more a normal minimum assessment time and it could even be longer with CDR.





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Old 07-27-2010, 10:41 AM
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Thanks for prompt reply. It is almost 110 days ( 75 days completed from the date of receipt of acknowledgment). Should I ask my consultant to send a reminder to Engineers Australia or wait for 16 weeks ( 4 months). A friend of mine mentioned that it would take 16 weeks for Engineers Australia to validate the documents


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Donot expect any thing before 4 months ...


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16 weeks is double what you mentioned previously and there is not much to be done in hurrying up processes for assessment. Patience is a virtue!





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