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Global processing times have been updated.. 16 to 21 months now..
Global processing times are 16 months or less for 75% of applicants and 21 months or less for 90% of applicants.

This means: 75% of all applications are processed under 16 months. 15% of applications are processed between 16 months and 21 months. Unfortunately, 10% of complicated applications have taken more than 21 months.
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Global processing times are 16 months or less for 75% of applicants and 21 months or less for 90% of applicants.

This means: 75% of all applications are processed under 16 months. 15% of applications are processed between 16 months and 21 months. Unfortunately, 10% of complicated applications have taken more than 21 months.
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Yes but I was only comparing to the previous time frames of 15 to 20 months, which hadn't been updated in 2 months, but finally did get updated overnight..


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sorry pls for hw did u get to kw about d update.and is africa inclusive.


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sorry pls for hw did u get to kw about d update.and is africa inclusive.
Yes. Global processing time means an average of all processing offices including Africa. You can find this at:
https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...ocessing-times

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Yes but I was only comparing to the previous time frames of 15 to 20 months, which hadn't been updated in 2 months, but finally did get updated overnight..
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Yes. Global processing time means an average of all processing offices including Africa. You can find this at:
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Hi all,

My wife (U.S. Citizen) and I (Australian Citizen) live together in the United States (married just over three years), and submitted her 309/100 Visa Application on 29/08/2019 to officially join the waiting room.

We were looking at the processing times and saw it best to get in the queue. We were expecting radio silence for at least a month...what we did not expect was to receive two RFI's three weeks later on 19/09/2019 - one for 'Other Requirements' (some documents we were still in the process of submitting: birth certificate, background checks, etc.), and one for her Immigration Health Examinations. Both of these documents request the information be submitted within 28 days.

Has anyone else experienced this within a few weeks? If so, any estimates on turnaround time once the Immigration Health Examinations have been submitted?

We are by no means complaining, but did not think they would be requesting she undergo and submit the Medical Examination so quickly. We are wondering how this affects our already rough timeline.

Thank you to anyone who can shed some light on this, and to all who contribute to this forum!


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Global processing times have been updated.. 16 to 21 months now..
Global processing times are 16 months or less for 75% of applicants and 21 months or less for 90% of applicants.

This means: 75% of all applications are processed under 16 months. 15% of applications are processed between 16 months and 21 months. Unfortunately, 10% of complicated applications have taken more than 21 months.
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Are there any horror stories of this taking 3+ years...?


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Are there any horror stories of this taking 3+ years...?
I've seen one that took almost 6 years from 309 application to finally getting the 100. Applied for 309 in November 2013, got 100 PR in July 2019. (Involved AAT submission).

Two rather long 309 Applications.
309 applied in July 2016 and finalised in May 2019 (False statements involved in application)
Another 309 applied in December 2016 and finalised in June 2019 (30 months, but went direct to 100 permanent grant) So ending up faster than most others.

August Processing times:
subclass 309 Partner (Provisional) Visa Processing Times.
75% processed in under 16 months. (July was 15 months)
10% processed in over 21 months. (July was 20 months)

subclass 100 Partner (Permanent) Visa Processing Times.
75% processed in under 18 months. (July was 21 months)
10% processed in over 29 months. (July was 28 months)
subclass 100 processing time is from 24 months after the 309 submission date.

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