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Old 10-28-2014, 01:40 AM
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Can anyone just confirm how long your medical and police check last...i thought it was 12 months? Just worried as I took a chance and submitted a decision ready application, but only applied in August and it seem that everyones application are taking 6 months +...

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Onshore or offshore application?

Medicals and police checks are valid for 12 months but case officers have the discretion to extend them. I know of some people that the case officer extended them and others where they had to redo them if they couldn't enter Australia within 4 weeks (case officer asked before the decision was made).


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onshore application....i really hope they get to my case before the 12 months, its just all so expensive and i would hate to have to do it again...

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I have never heard of anyone onshore having to redo the medicals but that is not to say that it doesn't happen.

It could have something to do with the fact that you are already in Australia where offshore you are not and they have to be valid when you enter.


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onshore application....i really hope they get to my case before the 12 months, its just all so expensive and i would hate to have to do it again...
Hi Harriet, did you apply for 801 ?


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Any news here, guys? I haven't heard anything from immigration since this email

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Same for me mate. Never gotten a case officer or anything since this email.


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Any news here, guys? I haven't heard anything from immigration since this email
Looking back earlier in the thread, we received this email around the same time as you and we were recently approved. It hopefully shouldn't be too much longer before they get to you :-)
It could be worth it to have a gander at the family/spouse timelines to see how many other March applicants are still waiting or have been approved.

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Same for me mate. Never gotten a case officer or anything since this email.
Oh that sucks

That's good news, Lisa.

I'll need to apply for a BVB soon and was hoping my visa approval would come through first so I can save the money. We'll see

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Hi starlight, I received an email around the same time as you asking to finish my application for the 13th of January and I have been advised that shortly after I will receive my visa, so yours shouldn't be far away!! Hopefully you won't need to apply for a bvb

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