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waiting game!! what can i do


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Old 12-06-2010, 07:46 AM
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waiting game!! what can i do

hi everyone,
ive submitted my application for de facto on 22th Oct 2010 (Onshore, appointment make in Perth). CO assigned the same date. Both Australia and Malaysia police check have not submitted. 2 weeks ago I via mail to my officer and ask her should i just drop off my police check to her and she reply say i do not need to meet her yet and i do not have to drop off till i get inform.
5 Dec, i via email to my officer again and ask for updated news for my application, she reply me will take her approximate 6 months to process my application from the the date i submit my application. i am getting worry and nervous deal to my student visa situation. I might get granted with Bridging E if my student visa get cancel. If i get granted Bridging E, i might have to get stuck in Perth during Chinese New year. My parents do wish i go home during this new year since i have not been home for long. I do not want to upset my parents and i do not know what can i do to get things improve. Seeing the time frame, i just dunno.....


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Old 12-08-2010, 01:04 AM
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You need to decide what is more important:
. Maintaining your student visa and not risking your further application.
. If your studernt visa finishes rather than gets cancelled, you ought to get a Bridging A and then could apply for a B to travel.





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