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Old 03-25-2014, 05:15 AM
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My thoughts and prayers are with you guys waiting from Islamabad. I almost applied in Islamabad, then realised with an 820, hubby will get a BVA, so we went that avenue. We've only been waiting 3 months, but I can feel the time mainly because no one will give a decent job to a non-resident.
Maybe check my profile and follow the link to my page and we can discuss further.

As for the racist remarks, yes, they were definitely racist and appalling. There is blame on no one, not on Australia, or on Pakistan, both are doing their best under tough conditions.
Thank you for the support means alot, my thoughts and prayers are with you too and i hope everything goes well for you guys and exactly no one is to blame its just a process that we have to go through...and for sure ill keep track of how things are going with you also...its just amazing how many kind people are on this forum who are willing to support and help eachother

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Thanks for your thoughts Amandy. My hub can't get a job either because if he did he would be under a contract for 2 years (Dubai) and if spouse visa is granted, costs a lot to exit the contract.

Kangeroo . . . Yes, they usually do ask for medicals at the beginning.
My husband's medicals will expire soon and he may have to do them again. Maybe, that is why they leave medicals until last now?

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Hmmm i guess that makes sense now hmm will that mean your hubby will have to give it again or its already marked as cleared on there system?


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Old 03-25-2014, 06:32 AM
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It is already cleared 12 months ago, so maybe he will have to do it again.

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Old 03-25-2014, 06:35 AM
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Hmm i dont think that may be the case like its the same application same case and its marked as cleared on there system i dont think they'll request another one because theres some ppl who are hitting there two years with only one medical undertaken


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So hopefully for you hubbys sake you wont have to take another one


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I hope you are right. It is quite expensive.

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Yea my hubby was telling me i would think it would be cheaper but i guess not, fingers crossed we both get an outcome soon and hopefully a positive one! IA

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Me too! fingers crossed!

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Yea my hubby was telling me i would think it would be cheaper but i guess not, fingers crossed we both get an outcome soon and hopefully a positive one! IA
Hi @kangeroo and others. Hope you guys are doing well. i was just going through this thread and saw that ur husband's cases are very similar to mine. I am also a Pakistani guy happily married to a beautiful australian girl and we have been living together since two years. I applied for 820 onshore in october 2012, gave all my medicals, submitted all the evidence, case officer was apponted very early etc. however, today it has almost been 17 months now and my case is still stuck. Whenever i ask my case officer about whats the holdup, i am always told that my case is with the EXTERNAL AGENCIES and DIAC is waiting for the results to come from the external agencies.
Its really frustrating to note that the external agencies are taking so much time to check my background etc. Even though im on a BVA, its still hard to get jobs related to ur field cz u are on a bridging visa.
Just a few days ago, my CO told me that i might have to give my medicals and police checks again as they might be expiring soon.
So i guess there is no timeframe for this. Even though your husband's cases were lodged in 2013, i hope you guys get a speedy visa grant so u and ur hubbies can be tension free IA. Cheers. Kindly stay in touch and keep eachother updated.
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