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Old 08-13-2014, 07:06 AM
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Partner Visa subclass 309: After ASIO check

Hi All,

As per my information my Partner Visa subclass 309's ASIO check is finalized. I want to know that what is the normal practice (duration) of Consulate to issue the visa? anyone who faced the same situation?

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These days all visas are electronic. It will be attached to your passport number. It is likely you will receive your visa grant letter by email. Just remember to carry that when you travel.

If you do want to get a visa label DIBP now charge A$150 for that. They really are trying to discourage people from requesting a label.

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I believe Koshani was actually asking how long after the ASIO check is finalized can he expect his visa to be granted. Sorry, Koshani, there's no set standard for that, so no way to estimate how long it will take. Hang in there - the ASIO check is the longest part of it for high-risk applicants, so you should be almost there.

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I know of someone who recently got their visa and has security checks done and I think it was around 3ish weeks. Obviously all embassies are different.


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Could you please tell me how did you know that your security check process is finalized? I am waiting for the final part were form 80 is processed

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Old 08-13-2014, 02:10 PM
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Hi Jeremy,

CG has already clarified my post, as i just wanted to know that until when can i expect to get my visa.

Thanks for your reply.......


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Thanks Mish and CG...

KitKaat, i got the info via Consulate....

any how i still feel that someone could help to give me information, on above... best would be from any country from Pakistan and or Afghanistan.....

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Koshani as i see your Profile you are from Afghanistan and your Visa would be process in Dubai General Consulate ,

There is not Standard time frame for Final Decision , I saw some post on this forum which decision made in 2 days and some one waiting more then 3 months and no news yet.

can you please let me know did you complete medical check and PCC?
and when you applied?

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mans4, thanks for the shade over the requested question... regarding your questions; yeah i have done those paperworks... and my case was applied somehow 2 years ago... and the security check process took more then 18 months...


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so just wait for decision i heard usual time is 3 weeks. but its different , i am also in same point and waiting for final decision

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