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Old 05-20-2013, 04:41 AM
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congrats.... to phoenix... hope ours will be next..


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My husband recieved this reply yesterday regarding our visa application:

NOTE: When responding to the email please do not change the subject heading


Dear Mr xxxx,

Thank you for your email enquiry.

Your application has been allocated to a case officer for assessment and is
currently progressing.

Our records indicate that we are currently waiting for the additional
documents that were requested from you by your case officer.

Please note that the average processing time for Partner Visa applications
is 4-6 months from date the application is received by this office.
However, this is indicative only and individual applications may be decided
shorter or longer than our advertised service standards depending on the
circumstances of the application.

If you have general enquiries regarding processing or documentation for
your application, please refer to the Frequently Asked Question of our
website at www.philippines.embassy.gov.au

Yours sincerely,

xxxxx
Department of Immigration and Citizenship
Australian Embassy – Manila
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-they gotta be kidding.. How can they say that:
"Our records indicate that we are currently waiting for the additional documents that were requested from you by your case officer."
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... We haven't recieve any calls or email requesting for any additional docs...

AWAITING REPLY bec hubby asked what additional docs they are referring to when we havent recieve any request..

Sent from my iPhone in Philippines

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We also noticed average processing time was changed.. On the reply sent to me on my enquiry, they said 6-9MOS processing time but on hubbys email, its saying 4-6MOS wait time..

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Old 05-20-2013, 10:56 PM
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Thank you Aussieboy,

I am new to this forum so not sure where to get the info etc. I can see waiting times depends on the country you are emigrating from.. Me and my boyfriend plan to marry next year so hoping it all goes smoothly.

When I get time I will look at where I should be posting for the info I need. Have 2 jobs need to save for my new life.

Thank you. Good to time I hopefully wont have to wait the full 9 months.


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Originally Posted by amie27 View Post
My husband recieved this reply yesterday regarding our visa application:

NOTE: When responding to the email please do not change the subject heading


Dear Mr xxxx,

Thank you for your email enquiry.

Your application has been allocated to a case officer for assessment and is
currently progressing.

Our records indicate that we are currently waiting for the additional
documents that were requested from you by your case officer.

Please note that the average processing time for Partner Visa applications
is 4-6 months from date the application is received by this office.
However, this is indicative only and individual applications may be decided
shorter or longer than our advertised service standards depending on the
circumstances of the application.

If you have general enquiries regarding processing or documentation for
your application, please refer to the Frequently Asked Question of our
website at Home - Australian Embassy

Yours sincerely,

xxxxx
Department of Immigration and Citizenship
Australian Embassy – Manila
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-they gotta be kidding.. How can they say that:
"Our records indicate that we are currently waiting for the additional documents that were requested from you by your case officer."
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... We haven't recieve any calls or email requesting for any additional docs...

AWAITING REPLY bec hubby asked what additional docs they are referring to when we havent recieve any request..

Sent from my iPhone in Philippines
Hi Amie - just wanted to let you know I edited your posts. We don't allow people posting personal information like last names here, or the names of immigration officials. Thanks!

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Visa #1: PMV (300) through Washington, D.C
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Visa Granted: January 2014.
Visa #2: Subclass 820 (From PMV).
Applied: End of April 2014.
Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
PR Granted: Early April 2017.

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Old 05-21-2013, 01:35 AM
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Hi Amie - just wanted to let you know I edited your posts. We don't allow people posting personal information like last names here, or the names of immigration officials. Thanks!
Just overlooked it.. Sorry. Thanks!

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Old 05-21-2013, 06:38 AM
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Hi all,

congrats to newly granted visas

Timeline varies for any visa to be granted. me and my fiance got really lucky because we have been granted three months exact. All evidences should be included when you send the application. Checklist is readily available for your reference.

Goodluck!

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Old 05-21-2013, 05:40 PM
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"Our records indicate that we are currently waiting for the form 1229 that was requested from you by your case officer."

What's next? Hopefully Visa Grant..
... we didnt recieve any call or email from CO requesting this doc.. Juz found out today through an email my hubby sent them.. that we need to submit these form although i already attached an Affidavit of Consent for my kids.. No timeframe given like " 29days to submit or so.. "

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It is normal to be given a timeframe, possibly they realized they made a mistake and are waiving the timeframe.
I know I might be stating the obvious but do you check your junk emails as well, just in case something goes there

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Old 05-21-2013, 11:13 PM
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It is normal to be given a timeframe, possibly they realized they made a mistake and are waiving the timeframe.
I know I might be stating the obvious but do you check your junk emails as well, just in case something goes there
yup, i always check my email.. check spam folder too but none in relation to my visa application...

just wondering, what if my husband didnt send them an email, were probably gonna be stuck pending bec we didnt know we need to submit that form..

anyway, we'll see how it goes after we submit it within the week..

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