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Old 12-21-2010, 09:01 PM
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Hi Ipepl

Glad that it is in the final stages now. It seems that your application is taking somewhat longer than average because you were a bit slow in sending in your documents, doing your medical rather late, etc..

They are very fair and decent at the Delhi AHC, so if you are a genuine couple you will get your visa for sure. Wishing you all the best, soon enough you will be here in Australia :-)


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Hi Skydancer

Thanks for encouraging words. i hope i will get visa soon!!!


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i also lodged my visa from VFS in Nepal...my husband is currently in Australia... i lodged my visa on 10th and they received it on 13th

my CO got assigned n she asked for my additional documents on 21st October i.e. about 6 weeks.....

i hope it was helpful!

thanks
Thanks for that good luck, let me know how it works out, my husband sent in his medical about 2 weeks ago, we are still waiting to be assigned a case officer. They said it would take 5 weeks..


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Old 12-29-2010, 03:15 AM
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Please respond to my queries

My timeline is as follows :

Lodged Application on 22nd Nov
Medicals along with application
PCC is ready but yet to send
CO - Not yet assigned.(Waiting)
Please can any one let me know when CO can be assigned in m y case.
Also please let me know how much income would they see of the sponsor appx to support spouse visa application??

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Hi Treadmark!

Wow, that's great! As long as you have read all of the info on the immigration pages, and submitted heaps of evidence ( the more the better) you will be fine! They are very fair in the AHC Delhi, unlike some other countries where a lot of pain is caused to applicants. Maybe they are not the best at communicating, but hang in there and the visa will be granted within a few weeks of the given time frame.

If you have any specific questions, do ask and I'll be happy to answer them!
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Old 12-29-2010, 07:19 AM
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It could take three months or more for a CO to be appointed and it is very variable depending on how many applications are being received at any time.
A sponsor should have an income of about $29,000 p.a before they may seek an Assurance of Support.





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My visa has been granted....
Wishing everyone best of luck


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hey
any updates on ur application!!!
it has already been 4 months that i applied for my visa and i havent received any mail stating dat it is processed for final decision! i am soo worried...


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Thanks for that good luck, let me know how it works out, my husband sent in his medical about 2 weeks ago, we are still waiting to be assigned a case officer. They said it would take 5 weeks..


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Old 01-17-2011, 10:47 AM
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Timlines:
App Lodged : 22nd Nov 2010
CO assigned: 4th Jan 2011
CO asked additional docs : Sent all to AHC by Jan 12th. Then sent an email to CO that whether all docs have been received or not? No reply from CO. So, called AHC then they said we have received the docs. I asked them how long would it take now to process them. They said please be patient Sir. So, do any one know how long would it take from now on for visa to be granted. Please do reply to this.


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Old 01-18-2011, 10:41 AM
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does anyone know exactly how long does a "Medical Examination" & "Police Clearance Certificate" valid for when done in India?

some people are suggesting NOT to do the Medical Examination & Police Clearance Certificate when submitting the Spouse Visa application because they might expire.

but other people are saying if you don't "front load" these document along with your Spouse Visa application then your application will be delayed.


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Timlines:
App Lodged : 22nd Nov 2010
CO assigned: 4th Jan 2011
CO asked additional docs : Sent all to AHC by Jan 12th. Then sent an email to CO that whether all docs have been received or not? No reply from CO. So, called AHC then they said we have received the docs. I asked them how long would it take now to process them. They said please be patient Sir. So, do any one know how long would it take from now on for visa to be granted. Please do reply to this.
Total family visa processing times are of order 5-6 months or even longer in many cases, so it is a case of being patient.
If people keep attempting to make contact with Immi staff, that can just slow things down.





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