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Old 10-16-2014, 05:48 AM
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partner visa - email from immigration

Hi guys!

I applied for my partner visa in march 2014 and got an email today from the department of immigration saying that my application will soon be given to a case officer. i was wondering if any of you received this email and if so, how long you had to wait from this point before your visa was granted/denied?

i submitted my application decision ready and think i've included everything. the title of the email was: outstanding information required for your partner migration application. however, it also said it was an automatically generated email and i'm pretty positive that i've included everything in my application.

any info you guys have would be great!
thanks
summer

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Old 10-16-2014, 07:57 AM
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When i received an email like this it had an attachment and that was where it told me anything they needed

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Hi guys!

I applied for my partner visa in march 2014 and got an email today from the department of immigration saying that my application will soon be given to a case officer. i was wondering if any of you received this email and if so, how long you had to wait from this point before your visa was granted/denied?

i submitted my application decision ready and think i've included everything. the title of the email was: outstanding information required for your partner migration application. however, it also said it was an automatically generated email and i'm pretty positive that i've included everything in my application.

any info you guys have would be great!
thanks
summer

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Sorry I don't have the answer to your question but...

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I applied for my partner visa in march 2014 and got an email today from the department of immigration saying that my application will soon be given to a case officer.
Wow, is this often the case? Metaphorically speaking your application has been sitting on a desk for more than half a year...


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Sorry I don't have the answer to your question but...



Wow, is this often the case? Metaphorically speaking your application has been sitting on a desk for more than half a year...
yup....it most certainly has. i hope i don't have to wait too much longer!

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When i received an email like this it had an attachment and that was where it told me anything they needed
there was nothing attached and it said that it was an automatically generated email. i really do think i submitted everything i was supposed to so unless it was lost on their end, everything should be there. did you get your visa? how long after receiving that email did you have to wait?


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I remember quite a few people getting those emails from DIBP. From memory it was only a couple of months before they got their visa.


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I remember quite a few people getting those emails from DIBP. From memory it was only a couple of months before they got their visa.
ok thanks for the info!


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We are still waiting...probably another 6 months...they requested medical and police check and military discharge papers...that was about a month after lodging.

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there was nothing attached and it said that it was an automatically generated email. i really do think i submitted everything i was supposed to so unless it was lost on their end, everything should be there. did you get your visa? how long after receiving that email did you have to wait?

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Hi guys!

I applied for my partner visa in march 2014 and got an email today from the department of immigration saying that my application will soon be given to a case officer. i was wondering if any of you received this email and if so, how long you had to wait from this point before your visa was granted/denied?

i submitted my application decision ready and think i've included everything. the title of the email was: outstanding information required for your partner migration application. however, it also said it was an automatically generated email and i'm pretty positive that i've included everything in my application.

any info you guys have would be great!
thanks
summer
I think you can chase up your case with Department of Immigration by phone. They do make mistakes sometimes.

In my case, I didn't receive my acknowledgment letter after I lodged my partner visa 820. After a week, I called them asking why I didn't get the letter. The representative on the phone was helpful, he tried to contact the partner visa processing centre for me.
I received a phone call from an officer of processing centre an hour later and she explained why I didn't recieved the acknowledgement letter. Of course, she resent the letter to me again by email.
I think it's worth to contact them by phone.

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I'm new to this forum and its so scary that these important applications sit on desks for 6 months or more. Really painful now processing times have increased substantially.
I hope your visa is approved soon.


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