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Can I move to some other regional area, when I am already sponsored by a state on 489

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        Hi, Those who apply 887 visa in November, what's the status shows on immi account. My application status shows 7 to 8 months processing time.
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        Good morning all, 
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        I have applied 887 visa:    In online application parents details come under :  OTHER   OR    it comes under NON - ACCOMPANYING  members of your family unit?
        Can someone answer please.
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      • By DEV
         
        Good morning all, 
        Great news for all 887 visa applicants. On immi website allocation dates has just changed today morning.
        New date is 16/10/2017. I hope all happy with that.
        I have one question if someone can answer please: 
        I have applied 887 visa:    In online application parents details come under :  OTHER   OR    it comes under NON - ACCOMPANYING  members of your family unit?
        Can someone answer please.
        Thanks. 
         
      • By KPG
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        Migrating is not easy as it requires a lot of planning, courage to make things work out as desired. Moving with a family with young children is not easy and when the time eventually comes one develops cold feet and is lost in transition as there are load's of things to keep in mind.
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