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Old 03-13-2015, 01:33 PM
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Yes each and every document were along with application and CO called for one question and we answered,and she satisfied with the answer and when i wrote email last time CO mentioned to us that they processing our file.That was in January.

I wrote another email on Monday to CO to ask about the status of our case,5 days has been pass no reply..


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I guess we are all sailing in the same boat... what's the name of your CO?
My husband's friend had applied for his wife's visa in May and she has already landed in australia...
I have also emailed my CO twice but she doesn't even acknowledge


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no idea about finalising,but co contacted me too late,only after when i e-mailed to immi deprt..seems like they forgot or hvnt thought thre need of..lolzzz..i applied in april 2014 and co contacted me in forst week of march 2015 n asked for pcc only..but its a gud sign.i am assuming bcoz if they needed any more docs ,co must have asked in this email, as she s not gonna ask me again n again..i will be providing it soon, then have to wait...my medical wil expire in april so hopefuly they give me visa before...if everythings goes well
I was also asked fr my PCC in Dec, but that mail wasn't from my CO ..it was from a guy from a junior department.He told me that i will get a CO once I submit the PCC...


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CO name initials RS whats yours?


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My CO's initials are NK


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My CO replied twice but this time she didn't reply yet.Hope for the best.


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My CO replied twice but this time she didn't reply yet.Hope for the best.
Yes! All the best to us


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Hi,

I am about to apply for tourist visa from India to visit my husband in Australia. I am told by one of my friend that if my husband apply for my tourist visa from Australia, it will expedite the process and I will get visitors visa in less time.

I am confused now whether I should apply my visa from India or ask my husband to apply from Australia. Please confirm.


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yes you can hear from them soon as the standard time is 9 months,though cases vary, i am still waiting ,being 10 months have passed
your lawyer might have included your ph no in your application..or email...then its you who will be notified
Thanks..did you get any update on your application yet?


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Neha i dont think it make any difference where you applying for visa.Depend on what you providing with your application.Yes if your husband hire a Visa Agent that might help.


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