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Old 05-06-2014, 12:02 PM
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Time lines for partner visa 309 from india 2014

Hello, this is ranjani ramani here. I have lodged my application on feb 19, 2014 pcc submitted along with it and i got a email for medicals which was submitted on d 22nd april, 2014. i even got an aknowlegment that the documents are being processed too on the 8th April, 2014. I have been hearing from many people that once u get a call for medical and the aknowlegment letter u r visa will get granted in 10 working days....and many people including my Agent has been telling me the 8-10 months processing time is still applicable.

So confused and sad....


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Old 05-06-2014, 12:14 PM
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8-10 months processing time is still applicable. You can't tell anything from when they request your medicals.

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[QUOTE=CollegeGirl;440850]8-10 months processing time is still applicable. You can't tell anything from when they request your medicals.[/QUOTE

It took u that long....I m really feeling that I m going to have a similar scenario..... Thanks for sharing


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CG and your agent are correct, 8-10 months is the most common time frame for approving these visas.

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Yes. My partners visa was granted after nearly 11 months.
Medical was made less than a month of lodging my partners application.
Visa granted 3wks after the phone interview.

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Hi guys,

I did apply from India in dec 2013 through an agent and still waiting for allocation of case officer


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Hello, this is ranjani ramani here. I have lodged my application on feb 19, 2014 pcc submitted along with it and i got a email for medicals which was submitted on d 22nd april, 2014. i even got an aknowlegment that the documents are being processed too on the 8th April, 2014. I have been hearing from many people that once u get a call for medical and the aknowlegment letter u r visa will get granted in 10 working days....and many people including my Agent has been telling me the 8-10 months processing time is still applicable.

So confused and sad....
Hey ranjaniramani,

How are you?
As per AHC New Delhi, December 2013 applications are being allocated case officers. The current waiting time frame for case officer allocation is between 30-31 weeks since date of application. This time frame was recently increased on July 01, 2014. It was 25-26 weeks since date of application before.
Below is the link to AHC New Delhi:-
http://www.india.embassy.gov.au/ndli/vm_processing.html

Sorry for being the bearer of not so good news but, you might have to wait for another month or 2 before your application is allocated a case officer.
Your agent is correct, AHC New Delhi's indicative processing time frame is 8-12 months and the global processing time frame as per DIBP is 12 months.
AHC New Delhi seems to be struggling with the high volume of visa applications and a handful of case officer and senior case officers to handle these hundreds of thousands of applications.

Hope this helps. Feel free to ask if you have more questions. Good Luck!! Take up a hobby to keep you busy cause this visa process can drive the applicant insane

Kind Regards,
Becky

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Talking Congratulations!!!!!

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8-10 months processing time is still applicable. You can't tell anything from when they request your medicals.
Congratulations on the 820 visa approval CG!!! Wasn't on the forum for a while hence the late wish. I apologise
Hope you are well and enjoying Australia

Keep up the great work you do here helping so many. God Bless You!

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No need to apologize, Becky! The good wishes are appreciated any time. Thank you so much! We're still ecstatic and on cloud nine over here.

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Hi Becky,

Thanks for the information. However I am aware about the new time frame of 30-31 weeks. So I am hoping an officer to be allocated to my case my end of July.

In the meanwhile I was thinking if I could visit Australia on a tourist visa hoping that wouldn't affect my visa 309 !!

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