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Old 05-19-2013, 04:09 AM
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Its been very quiet here... Anyone who had their visa granted? Geezzz, feels like theres a backlog on approving PMV 309 too...

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As of the moment no has their visas approved, were rooting for july...

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As of the moment no has their visas approved, were rooting for july...
I thought backlog only applies to visa 300 applicants..? Awww shucks..., even 309?

Anyway.. Hopefully, once they do.. Will be one of those who will recieve d good news...

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Old 05-19-2013, 04:18 AM
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I thought backlog only applies to visa 300 applicants..? Awww shucks..., even 309?

Anyway.. Hopefully, once they do.. Will be one of those who will recieve d good news...

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Hopefully...

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No news is generally good news,

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Capping does not apply to the 309 visa. It has been capped for only the 300 visa until July.
A backlog is different to capping and can apply to all visas, this is just simply high demand for any particular visa. Resulting sometimes in increased waiting times.

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Hope so.. We'll see what the reply is by tuesday.. My husband sent them an email enquiry..

Hav a blessed sunday everyone!

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Romulus, I agree with you on border protection, my only concern is Abbott is foing to sack 20,000 public servants which could result in less people processing our applications. A win loose situation

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Romulus, I agree with you on border protection, my only concern is Abbott is foing to sack 20,000 public servants which could result in less people processing our applications. A win loose situation
Here are a couple of questions for you aussieboy.
How many CO's are there in Manila.
How many senior migration officers are there in manila.
How many applications do they receive each year in Manila.

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Iduno,
My answer is Iduno and at this point who I will vote for is Iduno

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Iduno,
My answer is Iduno and at this point who I will vote for is Iduno
Hahaha..I want to be the PM, you can be the Minister for Migration.

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