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Old 07-01-2013, 10:18 AM
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Hello jay, I lodged last April 29, got an email from her asking for an additional documents,,, well, that's good if ur application was already allocated to a CO...when did u lodge yours? Lets just pray and hope to hear a good reply soon
I lodged last 14 May. I think we have the same timeframe. Last time I checked the immisgration website, last 10 June they were processing/allocating CO to applications lodged til 22 April. Then last 24 June it was updated to applications lodged til 16 May. When did you receive an email requesting for addtl docs? And what were those docs requested if I may ask? Thanks heaps!


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Hi Pipz1028
hen they ask for additional documents they usually give a timeframe between 29 days and 49 days depending on what it is they requested. Please note if you return the documents even in a couple of days they will not begin processing of your documents until the full time they allotted has expired eg the whole 29 days, which is a real bummer.
Hi Jay
The documents they request vary significantly and not everyone gets asked for them (if your lucky you will never here from your CO until they send you an approval), documents they request may include but not limited to additional evidence of relationship, new medical evidence, new NSO documents and so on

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Old 07-01-2013, 11:06 AM
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Hi Pipz1028
hen they ask for additional documents they usually give a timeframe between 29 days and 49 days depending on what it is they requested. Please note if you return the documents even in a couple of days they will not begin processing of your documents until the full time they allotted has expired eg the whole 29 days, which is a real bummer.
Hi Jay
The documents they request vary significantly and not everyone gets asked for them (if your lucky you will never here from your CO until they send you an approval), documents they request may include but not limited to additional evidence of relationship, new medical evidence, new NSO documents and so on
Hi Aussieboy! Thanks for the info. Much appreciated! Cheers!


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Old 07-01-2013, 11:40 AM
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Hi Jay
That what we are here for to learn/get support

check the thread out below for creating a timeline,

Creating a timeline and putting it in your signature. Plus other useful links & info

Once you have created a timeline go to the top of this page to the top black line in the middle it says "timelines" go there and scroll down to "all family and spouse timelines" then click on the red button "report search" enter the information requested and then you can easily compare yourself to everyone else who had done a timeline and you can search by visa type and embassy. Handy tool and interesting to see how you compare to others.

Hint when creating a timeline it refers to BBCODE this is actually emailed to your email address not to the forum

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Old 07-01-2013, 11:42 AM
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I lodged last 14 May. I think we have the same timeframe. Last time I checked the immisgration website, last 10 June they were processing/allocating CO to applications lodged til 22 April. Then last 24 June it was updated to applications lodged til 16 May. When did you receive an email requesting for addtl docs? And what were those docs requested if I may ask? Thanks heaps!
2 days after I lodged, I received an acknowledgement letter from requesting for medical and birth and marriage cert DIRECTLY FROM NSO, I had it already when I lodged so I disregard it at first but then when I attended the CFO seminar, someone there said I need to pass again birth and marriage cert. so I did again (requested thru e-census), then last june 25 I got another email from R.G (which I presume my CO) asking for additional documents (CENOMAR directly from NSO as usual) then my MEDICAL RECEIPT...

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Old 07-01-2013, 11:45 AM
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Hi Jay
That what we are here for to learn/get support

check the thread out below for creating a timeline,

Creating a timeline and putting it in your signature. Plus other useful links & info

Once you have created a timeline go to the top of this page to the top black line in the middle it says "timelines" go there and scroll down to "all family and spouse timelines" then click on the red button "report search" enter the information requested and then you can easily compare yourself to everyone else who had done a timeline and you can search by visa type and embassy. Handy tool and interesting to see how you compare to others.

Hint when creating a timeline it refers to BBCODE this is actually emailed to your email address not to the forum
Good thing you mentioned about how to create a timeline. I've been struggling on creating one. Dunno what to do. I'll try to follow what you've just said and hope I'll be able to make it work. Thanks mate!


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Old 07-01-2013, 11:47 AM
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Hi Jay
I have seen the initial RG before as a CO. The embassy regularly makes request that make no sense to us but you need to respond to every request even if you think you have provided the info before. Did they give you a timeframe to return the documents?

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Old 07-01-2013, 11:49 AM
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woops sorry that was meant for pipz not jay

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From: Philippines, Applied: 22 Aug 2012, Applied From: Cebu,Philippines, Visa Sub: 300 Prospective Marriage Visa, Application: Paper, Agent: No, Medicals: 11 Sep 2012, Police Checks: 30 Aug 2012, CO Assigned: 10 Oct 2012, Visa Granted: 04 Jul 2013, To: Australia

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Old 07-01-2013, 11:57 AM
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2 days after I lodged, I received an acknowledgement letter from requesting for medical and birth and marriage cert DIRECTLY FROM NSO, I had it already when I lodged so I disregard it at first but then when I attended the CFO seminar, someone there said I need to pass again birth and marriage cert. so I did again (requested thru e-census), then last june 25 I got another email from R.G (which I presume my CO) asking for additional documents (CENOMAR directly from NSO as usual) then my MEDICAL RECEIPT...
Hi Pip
Oh okay. It took them 6 days to send me an acknowledgement letter. When I lodged my application, I also included our marriage certificate and both our birth certificates from NSO but when I received the acknowledgement letter, I requested again for the same copies from the NSO thru e-census and had my Medical Examination 5 days after. I haven't heard anything from the immigration if they have received my addtl documents. So, I contacted the NSO office and they were the ones who confirmed that my documents were received by VIA. But up to now, I have no idea if my Medical examination results were forwarded to their office since, they did not bother to update me. How frustrating!


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my pmv300 granted at last!!! it was early than the said date... flying to Perth this week.. yippee!! thank u God!!!


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