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Old 10-07-2010, 04:00 AM
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Waiting for TR from last 2 years

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I have a query but before that I would like to explain my case. My husband is in Australia from last 4 years. He has completed his MS in IT from one of the universities in Australia. After his studies he applied for TR 2 years back through one of the migration agent and till date he has not got his TR. We got married last year and I am with him in australia on tourist visa for 3 months which is expiring in a few days and now again I have to go to India. The agent assured us of TR to come very soon but till date nothing happened. I don't understand as whether to get TR is so difficult for a person who gave his 4 years struggling for the same. We want to settle in australia with permanent residency but now as TR is pending from last 2 years, what can we hope for PR.
Now, again I have to go to India as there is condition of "no further stay" on my visa. Is there any chance of extending my visa?

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Old 10-07-2010, 09:18 AM
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It really depends on what visa your husband has applied for as most skilled independent visas are for Permanent Residency as you will see from Professionals and other Skilled Migrants - Workers - Visas & Immigration
There are lengthy processing times for many visas depending on their priority and just how many other applications are on hand.
You can get some idea of the times involved for visas from Client Service Charter but do read the notes as the times are indicative only and there are many factors that can create variation.
Studying in Australia does offer a possible means of applying for immigration but there is no guarantee and certainly no guarantee in regard to times.

There has been a trial referred to by another poster, some details per:
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Decision Ready Checklist
For applicants who are applying or have applied for 485, 487 885, 886, 887 you can obtain Priority Processing of your applications if a Migration Agent supplies a Decision Ready Checklist (DRC) with your completed application.


This is a TRIAL program being run out of the Brisbane GSM office and there is no indication of how long it will continue for. Applicants supplying DRC's are obtaining their visa's in approximately 2 months.



If you have already lodged your application, you can see a Migration Agent to supply the Decision Ready Checklist on your behalf. This would involve supplying a Form 956 to appoint the agent, them checking your application to ensure it is decision ready, completing the required form and sending it on to the Department.



If you would like us to process you DRC our charges are $500 and you will need to make an appointment to see one of our agents, depending on the State that you reside in.
If your husband asks the agent he has seen, he may be able to get some information but he could also do a search for other agents too if the current agent has not been too forthcoming with advice.
Your husband should also have a look at latest processing priority information via. What's New? Recent Changes in General Skilled Migration
Unfortunately with a No Further Stay condition on your visa and they requiring compelling circumstances to be waived, you will not likely be able to get an extension to stay.
Your husband will need to get a PR bvisa granted before he can sponsor you as a spouse for your own PR amd meanwhile for a quicker return if you husband was able to find an employer to do an employers sponsorship for a 457 TR visa, you could be included as a secondary applicant, however, you'll still need to go abroad.
If you thought there could be a possibility of that, instead of returning all the way to India, you may want to consider closer possibilities like New Zealand, Fiji, Malaysia or Singapore.





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Thanks & more suggestions

Thanks Wanderer for your reply.. it was very informative and helpful.

I have few more queries and would require your valuables advice for the same.
My husband and me are planning to go back to India and apply for PR from there on my basis as my work experience is on SOL. Will it be a good idea to do or should we wait for the decision to come?

Also, is it possible that my husband goes offshore and works offshore till TR is granted. Currently he is on WB bridging p subclass 020 visa and he has applied for GSM.

Waiting for your reply.

Thanks & Regards
Diksha


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Bridging Visa B only allows limited travel and applying yourself is an option if you meet eligibility requirements.





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