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Old 02-15-2013, 09:18 AM
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Hi Aussieboy!

You asked me before about my boyfriend's flight.. I contacted the International Organisation for Migration about their concession fares for first time migrants..
And i feel there is more you want to say


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I see those lazy P%$#&&* in the Manila embassy have not updated the processing time line, last update was the 1st Feb.
Its like" I am "God" and buggar the people that pay our salaries !!!!
It justs means that they have not started processing any new applications since the 01.02.13


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Assessment time line

They have gone from assessing application received up to the 24th September on the 10th January to assessing applications received up to the11th December on the 1st February.
So from the 10th January until the 1st of February they have started assessing applications received over a period of 3 months and 11 days.
So what now, are they overloaded with assessments? and all applications lodged after the 10th January will now be left in a big pile and the the waiting time again blows out to two or three or four months.


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Old 02-16-2013, 02:03 AM
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Sorry I read this and just started laughing, it is good to see someone other than me demonstrating their level of frustration. I have opted to take the political route now to vent my frustration, it is an election year after all


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Old 02-16-2013, 03:30 AM
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Aussieboy07,
Once my wife has her visa l'll put the whole story of my interaction with the embassy, makes very interesting reading.
I dont know if I have done the right think by pointing out to them all the conflicting and incorrect information, both on the Australian immigration web site and also the Philippines specific check list or not.
We will see what we will see


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Old 02-16-2013, 03:34 AM
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yeah i don't know if i have done myself any favours pointing out their tardiness and ccing it to the local member to forward to the federal member but if they knock it back i will scream out that it is retribution and there is always the MRT


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Success

My wife finally got her visa. We are both very excited and she will be here next week. Thank you Lord

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Congratulations FilAus
Your application being May has given me some hope, so some are still waiting nearly 9 months for approvals aahh. Did you have any additional requests from the CO or just a long wait? Which is now over


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Congratulations FilAus
Your application being May has given me some hope, so some are still waiting nearly 9 months for approvals aahh. Did you have any additional requests from the CO or just a long wait? Which is now over
Thanks Aussieboy07. Yes, we did have a delay because my wife's annulment papers were being verified through the court. This took three months.

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thanks and i hope you have a long life together


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