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Partner Visa (309/100) Timeline from India- Australian High Commission New Delhi - Page 159


 
 
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Old 05-16-2019, 08:06 AM
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its straight forward .Asked for health docs and police check in march 2018 updated as requested but no response after that
quite unfair.. some people have applied in jan 2019 and already got grants.. and some people still waiting from early last year. dont know how the system works?? do you a travel history? any extra docs that has to be verified?? or is it just the case of them forgetting the file in que somewhere??

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My wife received the grant notice after 21 months this week.

80,000 Partner Visa Backlog

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/fede...20-p515te.html

https://www.hansenmigration.com.au/b...rocessingtimes

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My wife received the grant notice after 21 months this week.

80,000 Partner Visa Backlog

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/fede...20-p515te.html

https://www.hansenmigration.com.au/b...rocessingtimes

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We have seen many partner and prospective marriage visas granted in under 12 months, so what's the secret? Submitting a complete application. Every applicant requires evidence of identity, evidence of character and evidence of relationship (financial aspects, nature of household, social aspects and nature of commitment).

With so many fast grants being seen recently, it seems there must be many more complex ones pushing out the longer term numbers.

Also, with more applications than available grants each year, that backlog will keep growing.

Preference is probably given to the 100% complete applications.


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yeah many of friend too got their visa in 3 to 4 months.no its just pending in queue


 
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yeah many of friend too got their visa in 3 to 4 months.no its just pending in queue
Are you on visitors in Australia or waiting offshore since application?


 
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[QUOTE=utsc;1951115]My wife received the grant notice after 21 months this week.

80,000 Partner Visa Backlog

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/fede...20-p515te.html

https://www.hansenmigration.com.au/b...rocessingtimes

@Utsc why did it take so long for you? Was your case forgotten or complicated so it took that long ..??

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@Utsc why did it take so long for you? Was your case forgotten or complicated so it took that long ..??
His case was in the 10% slowest, at about 21 months. Another from Canada took 19 months recently, with one from the USA at 18 months.

These long times, although not in the majority, are not that uncommon.

Current times for the 309 in March, were:
75% processed in under 15 months.
10% processed in over 20 months.


 
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yeah many of friend too got their visa in 3 to 4 months.no its just pending in queue
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That would imply that there is a backlog 80,000 application because approximately 80,000 applicants did not submit complete application with all the supporting documents,

Also the assumption is that these applicants are really incompetent as they have apparently repeatedly failed to submit the required documents as 25% of the applicants are processed after 15 months.

My logic is that if 100% complete application get processed in 4 months and then if the department reviews and request for more information every 3 months, then the applicants must NOT be submitting the required documents until the department request for the missing documents for the third time (4+3+3+3 = 13 months) or the fourth time (4+3+3+3+3 = 16 months)

In my case the department had not requested any new documents or clarifications for over 14 months before the visa was issued. Therefore its safe to assume that my application was complete 14 months ago.


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@Utsc why did it take so long for you? Was your case forgotten or complicated so it took that long ..??

Reason unknown. Not complicated at all. Not forgotten as I sent few reminders


 
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