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Old 10-06-2010, 01:12 PM
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Question long timeline for 175 & 176

as it is declared in the client service charter for subclasses 175 & 176, the timeline is a period "from 18 to 24 months".
how can anyone be patient enough to bear this period waiting for just the 1st step "assigning a case officer"?
also the timeline for the CDR Engineering assessment is another desaster "16 weeks".
so 2 months for IELTS + 4 months for engineering assessment + 18 to 24 months for applications (that in case the application is complete and sufficient)
so the total will be about (24 to 30 months) waiting for your life to start
*god created the universe in 7 days.
*child takes 9 months to be born.
what is that?


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There might be a few holes being dug around Australia for resources but they are not used as bottomless pits in which to just pour immigrants.
There are many factors that a government will be considering re immigration and if more people are seeking to immigrate than annual budgeted numbers then obviously people will have applications processed in accordance with priority.
Immi do not run the IELTS system nor the assessing process that is assigned to different professional organisations and immigration has never been a short term project.





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as it is declared in the client service charter for subclasses 175 & 176, the timeline is a period "from 18 to 24 months".
how can anyone be patient enough to bear this period waiting for just the 1st step "assigning a case officer"?
also the timeline for the CDR Engineering assessment is another desaster "16 weeks".
so 2 months for IELTS + 4 months for engineering assessment + 18 to 24 months for applications (that in case the application is complete and sufficient)
so the total will be about (24 to 30 months) waiting for your life to start
*god created the universe in 7 days.
*child takes 9 months to be born.
what is that?
We have been studying in this process over one and half year... We still don't give up


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Old 10-19-2010, 07:54 AM
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We have been studying in this process over one and half year... We still don't give up
don't give-up, i am right now waiting for my skills assessment from EA and also observing the SMP of Victoria (which will be in November).
i am between 176 RS and 176 SS, wondering what decision i must take?
my sister is living in Melbourne as a permenant resident and can sponsor me but in this case it will take from 18 to 24 months.
SMP is in priority group 2 (if i got state sponsorship i will take about 12 months with DIAC.
very confusing isn't it?
i wish the best for all people trying to start a new (peaceful & secured) life.


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Old 10-19-2010, 10:07 AM
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Hope to get your approval news soon...

Our EA assesment process has been finalised after 6 months.
We also applied for 176 SS. (We have no relative in Australia)

What's your occupation. If you're in the state's SOL list maybe you should prefer to apply 176SS. It's only my opinion. Yes you have to wait SS approval, SMP and also you've have to live in that state for 2 years but finally you can able to categorized in Category-2 after SMP's announcement....

I wish lots of patience for all of us


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Hope to get your approval news soon...

Our EA assesment process has been finalised after 6 months.
We also applied for 176 SS. (We have no relative in Australia)

What's your occupation. If you're in the state's SOL list maybe you should prefer to apply 176SS. It's only my opinion. Yes you have to wait SS approval, SMP and also you've have to live in that state for 2 years but finally you can able to categorized in Category-2 after SMP's announcement....

I wish lots of patience for all of us
i am a mechanical engineer, i am working for mercedes agent in Egypt.
you chocked me with "the 6 months claim", it is written the assessment turnarround 16 weeks from date of receipt?
what is your nationality and what is your application status with DIAC


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Old 10-19-2010, 11:51 AM
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EA approval is not related with the nationality.

I guess because of the unclear situation at the immigration issues, the process goes slower. Or because of the huge amount of application, assesment process delayed about 2 months.

I also heard somewhere else, when we done our application EA was very busy and they said we might able to get our results later than we expected. After 5 months 3 weeks, we got our approval...


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