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Old 07-26-2015, 10:17 PM
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Hi s4h,
First of all congratulations!!
A small query -- did you apply for PCC and Medicals before CO was assigned? Isn't it something CO requests for and only then we can apply for those two?
I will appreciate your guidance in this regard.
Thanks.
Amy.
Hi Amy

My personal suggestion would be to wait for atleast 6 months and then only apply pcc and medicals.
as it will definitely take more than 6 months for the case officer to be allocated and moreover by the time case officer gets allocated in 11th month (approx) CO will have all the documents and nothing will be close to expiry.
if u submit PCC right after applying then it may be very close to expiry once the case officer gets allocated as they are only valid for 1 year.
In my case as I submitted PCC very late, She called me and said she has all my documents and they are all complete.
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I would advice you to get your PCC and Medicals done before CO request them. it might delay your process.
because you don't have to waste any extra time, if u submit them before being requested.


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Hi Amy

My personal suggestion would be to wait for atleast 6 months and then only apply pcc and medicals.
as it will definitely take more than 6 months for the case officer to be allocated and moreover by the time case officer gets allocated in 11th month (approx) CO will have all the documents and nothing will be close to expiry.
if u submit PCC right after applying then it may be very close to expiry once the case officer gets allocated as they are only valid for 1 year.
In my case as I submitted PCC very late, She called me and said she has all my documents and they are all complete.
Good Luck.

I did my application in Jan, I have to apply for PCC UK and India will do in few months. My partner just got his PCC Aus recently. I thught CO is assigned in 9 months. 11 months is too long :/ .


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I did my application in Jan, I have to apply for PCC UK and India will do in few months. My partner just got his PCC Aus recently. I thught CO is assigned in 9 months. 11 months is too long :/ .
Well if you have applied in Jan, then i think its the right time to get the ball rolling and get all pcc's and medicals done. Because if you wait few more months and do it then it may delay your case because 11 months or 9 months is not a hard and fast rule, it all depends.
AHC works in mysterious ways no one has been able to the crack code of how they work as I have seen here in this forum one person applied in Jan and got the case officer in June and I applied 4 months before and I didnt get case officer till july.

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Well if you have applied in Jan, then i think its the right time to get the ball rolling and get all pcc's and medicals done. Because if you wait few more months and do it then it may delay your case because 11 months or 9 months is not a hard and fast rule, it all depends.
AHC works in mysterious ways no one has been able to the crack code of how they work as I have seen here in this forum one person applied in Jan and got the case officer in June and I applied 4 months before and I didnt get case officer till july.

Okkkk. Thanks for suggestion. Will do it sooner. Actually I am in Australia now so medical I can do it when in India.


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Hi everyone.
Hope everything is going good with all of you there..About my case, I just got an e-mail last week asking me about my intended date of departure from Aus(as I am on visitor visa at the moment).I also have to inform them about my intended place of residence and the intended date of coming back to Aus.
My agent have send them through to Immi.(I hope so).
But one thing is that I got e-mail from another CO and they just typed wrong number instead of my name.But he described my correct file number and my date of lodgement. My agent said that it was definetly for me as I got the e-mail(and my date of lodgement and my file no were same.)
so what you guys think that how much more time I will have to wait when I will reach India..?? And what is the best way to inform Immi and other valuable things which can add extra life in my case.
Thankis a lot in Advance.
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Okkkk. Thanks for suggestion. Will do it sooner. Actually I am in Australia now so medical I can do it when in India.
Hi Amy2015,

I'd suggest you wait to submit at least your police check until later date.
There have been numerous cases where the applicants had to re apply for their police checks because they expired before the visa application was approved.

I had to re apply for mine. Both police checks from India and Australia and my medicals had expired before my visa was granted.
My case officer asked me to provide a new police check for India which was another nightmare we had to go through.

Both these documents are only valid for 12 months from the date of issue.
If possible wait for at least 4-5 months after your date of application to provide a police check.
Just wanted to share my experience.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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Hi Amy2015,

I'd suggest you wait to submit at least your police check until later date.
There have been numerous cases where the applicants had to re apply for their police checks because they expired before the visa application was approved.

I had to re apply for mine. Both police checks from India and Australia and my medicals had expired before my visa was granted.
My case officer asked me to provide a new police check for India which was another nightmare we had to go through.

Both these documents are only valid for 12 months from the date of issue.
If possible wait for at least 4-5 months after your date of application to provide a police check.
Just wanted to share my experience.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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Hi Becky
I was just wondering, that u had a face to face interview with AHC. is it normal??
if not, was there any complications with ur file. Please share some light on that. was your case complicated??
because even my case is a bit complex.
may be your experience could help me or may b others.
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Hey Gm6 if you check Becky's thread from start all answer of your question in it...its very helpful for all.


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Hi Amy2015,

I'd suggest you wait to submit at least your police check until later date.
There have been numerous cases where the applicants had to re apply for their police checks because they expired before the visa application was approved.

I had to re apply for mine. Both police checks from India and Australia and my medicals had expired before my visa was granted.
My case officer asked me to provide a new police check for India which was another nightmare we had to go through.

Both these documents are only valid for 12 months from the date of issue.
If possible wait for at least 4-5 months after your date of application to provide a police check.
Just wanted to share my experience.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!

Kind Regards,
Becky

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Hi All

Does paper based applications get processed quicker thhan online ones? I was just trying to figure out on what basis are the applications being processed. As it has been mentioned earlier in the thread that some people have been assigned case officers ealrier or have had decisions made much auicker than some of the other applicants.

This one is for Becky

As far as the entitlement date is concerned, is it 2 years from the date of lodgement or 2 years from grant? I might be wrong here but as far as i know my sister in laws got a letter from immigration 2 years after the grant that they have been granted permanent residency and didn't have to go through any medicals etc. Will confirm

Thanks again all of you for help


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