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I am not sure if I should mention name of the person from whom I received email. Although the person who asked for further information was not my case officer as she was shifted to other team and person who asked me to exit australia was different.
Dear Mel1706;633634,

Case officers and even all High commissions workers are not mentioned their names in full on the forum. You can just write their initials here, like HR.

But depends on the time between the two communications, according to my understanding. The later seems to be your case officer as the person who is following you up until the visa grant is probably your case officer.


Wish you a sooner visa grant.
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What are the initials of the officer who emailed you? And when did this person first email you requesting you for the additional documents? That could be your case officer.
Let me know. Good Luck!

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I am not sure if I should mention name of the person from whom I received email. Although the person who asked for further information was not my case officer as she was shifted to other team and person who asked me to exit australia was different.
Hey Me1706,

If you read my above quoted post, I requested your case officer's initials i.e. the first letter of his/her first and last name and not the full name.

There has been a few case officers who have been moved to different departments, that's why I requested you the initials of the person who sent you the request for additional documents so I could provide you the information I have or the trends of visa grants to those whose case officers have been changed.
Hope this makes things a bit simpler. Look forward to your reply.
Good Luck!

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Visa Grant:October 16, 2014
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Subclass 100 Submission: August 08, 2015
PR Grant: December 08, 2015
Citizenship Eligibility: October 20, 2018
Citizenship Application: October 22, 2018
Location: Paper Application, DIBP Brisbane
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Hey Me1706,

If you read my above quoted post, I requested your case officer's initials i.e. the first letter of his/her first and last name and not the full name.

There has been a few case officers who have been moved to different departments, that's why I requested you the initials of the person who sent you the request for additional documents so I could provide you the information I have or the trends of visa grants to those whose case officers have been changed.
Hope this makes things a bit simpler. Look forward to your reply.
Good Luck!


Kind Regards,
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Initial of person who requested for additional documents
Is'AS'


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Is'AS'
Thanks for your reply. I wasn't aware AS was moved to a different department, no wonder he hasn't been allotted any applications to process lately .

Did AHC inform you of when you'll be assigned a new case officer since the old one's department was changed?
Please do keep us updated. I will keep my eyes open for any updates from your case officer if there are any in the future.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!
Wish you a speedy grant

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Exclamation AHC's Never Ending Phone Line Issues

Hey Guys,

There is a new notice up on AHC's website regarding the issues they are having with their phones:-
"8 Oct 2014 The Australian High Commission's general immigration phone line is experiencing intermittent disconnections. We regret any inconvenience and encourage clients who are disconnected to call back.
This message will be removed when the line is fully functional."

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Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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PR Grant: December 08, 2015
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Thanks for your reply. I wasn't aware AS was moved to a different department, no wonder he hasn't been allotted any applications to process lately .

Did AHC inform you of when you'll be assigned a new case officer since the old one's department was changed?
Please do keep us updated. I will keep my eyes open for any updates from your case officer if there are any in the future.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!
Wish you a speedy grant

Kind Regards,
Becky


no they did not informed me.. the next email directly I received to exit australia on 10/9/2014.and I was in india on 13/09/2014.and did email them back with proof of ticket on 10/09/2014 when I booked my ti c k r t an d even email them after I reached india. . I am not sire whats happening I am on my 10 month now.


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no they did not informed me.. the next email directly I received to exit australia on 10/9/2014.and I was in india on 13/09/2014.and did email them back with proof of ticket on 10/09/2014 when I booked my ti c k r t an d even email them after I reached india. . I am not sire whats happening I am on my 10 month now.
Okay! Just wait around for a bit longer. Since they had to notify you to get offshore you might have to wait, your application probably lost it's spot in the queue of files. Had you been offshore without them notifying you, things would've progressed a bit faster than right now.
This has happened to many in the past, they just had to wait for longer. AHC New Delhi takes time to grant the visa after the applicant gets offshore.
Wait is all you can do.

Please do keep us updated. Good Luck!
Hope you get it soon.

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Hi Becky,

Thank you for your reply,

A few aspects I would like to understand better,

Why do you suggest waiting for the CO to be assigned to get the PCC & Medical done? I thought to avoid delays, I can get everything submitted, as the PCC has 12 Month Validity from date of issue, so hopefully the visa is granted before 12 months are up.
Who would my wife contact at AHC in regards to getting a HAP ID?

What would I need to ask the Airline?
I have purchased tickets and have linked the tickets together that we are flying together, I rang IMMI yesterday and asked them about the visitor visa, and that my wife has put in her partner application, whether she can visit Australia, IMMI said, as long as her tourist visa is valid, no problem.

So as long as she fill in the Form 929, it won't matter where she is located, or the best idea is around the 9th month, to be offshore (back in India).

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309 offshore before marriage?

Hi,

I am new here, and in need of your help and advice.
i am an Australian citizen intending to marry in Feb 2015. my fiance is an Indian national and we had our engagement on sep 2014.

Can she apply 309 partner visa now,stating that intend to marry in the future and submit the marriage documents later?
i am thinking thus we can save some 3-4 months on the processing time of the application.


prospective visa 300 is not suitable for us as we need to get married in india.
can anyone please shed some light on this...

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Hi,

I am new here, and in need of your help and advice.
i am an Australian citizen intending to marry in Feb 2015. my fiance is an Indian national and we had our engagement on sep 2014.

Can she apply 309 partner visa now,stating that intend to marry in the future and submit the marriage documents later?
i am thinking thus we can save some 3-4 months on the processing time of the application.


prospective visa 300 is not suitable for us as we need to get married in india.
can anyone please shed some light on this...

thanks

Hi
I am an Australian citizen and met my Indian partner on tour in India. We got engaged officially November 2013 (though unofficially way before then) and we have done the 300 visa. On this visa we can get married in Australia, India or ... anywhere we want. We are not eligible for the 309 as my partner lives in India and so the prospective partner visa was our only route. From what you said, seems yours too unless of course, she may be here and you are living together, in which case maybe there are other options. Good luck!!!


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