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The Home affairs had advise not to make too many contacts / feedback with them as this slows down processing time.

In the meantime, from my own recommendation, please counter check if you had submitted these documents.

  1. Form 80
  2. AFP
  3. Baby medical check 6 months, 1 year
  4. spouse English
  5. Proper proof of work and residential

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Sunnysideup said:

The Home affairs had advise not to make too many contacts / feedback with them as this slows down processing time.

In the meantime, from my own recommendation, please counter check if you had submitted these documents.

  1. Form 80
  2. AFP
  3. Baby medical check 6 months, 1 year
  4. spouse English
  5. Proper proof of work and residential

 

 

Didu speak to them??

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1 hour ago, Sunnysideup said:

The Home affairs had advise not to make too many contacts / feedback with them as this slows down processing time.

In the meantime, from my own recommendation, please counter check if you had submitted these documents.

  1. Form 80
  2. AFP
  3. Baby medical check 6 months, 1 year
  4. spouse English
  5. Proper proof of work and residential

 

 

How would could do  "Baby medical check 6 months, 1 year" without hapid?

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2 minutes ago, Ivy 12 said:

Hi Folks,

 

I have filed my VISA application myself,so do I need to submit 956A?

no

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Hi,

I am going to submit my application, however, I have spent 65 days overseas during my last two years of regional residence. I have been informed migration agent and he said that 65 days holidays wouldn't affect my application. I would appreciate if someone can share any information regarding this. Thanks.

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3 hours ago, Sunnysideup said:

The Home affairs had advise not to make too many contacts / feedback with them as this slows down processing time.

Thanks @Sunnysideup! 🙂 Yes, they always say that, this is what was stopping me from contacting them to start with... But I am not sure how it actually works: their processing staff is NOT answering our phone calls, neither they reply to our emails... So how is it possible that we are slowing them down? I think it is only the customer service guys who answer phones, they sit in the call centre. They are specifically trained to deal with annoying customers, like us! While COs are working on files. 😄 😄 😄  

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5 minutes ago, Saqib 786 said:

Hi,

I am going to submit my application, however, I have spent 65 days overseas during my last two years of regional residence. I have been informed migration agent and he said that 65 days holidays wouldn't affect my application. I would appreciate if someone can share any information regarding this. Thanks.

The rule is 2 weeks outside Ausi is fine per calendar year. But I've seen some members getting grant after having long holidays with no issues.

65 Days in mother country or roaming around?
 

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2 minutes ago, Saqib 786 said:

Hi,

I am going to submit my application, however, I have spent 65 days overseas during my last two years of regional residence. I have been informed migration agent and he said that 65 days holidays wouldn't affect my application. I would appreciate if someone can share any information regarding this. Thanks.

I am on the same boat like you, I should have lodged my application by now. I spent 38 days in last 2 years, my migration agent said to me to wait 2-3 weeks then apply. I honestly don't know what to say. If I was the case officer 38 days in two year is not a big deal, now I have to wait for my agent to lodge my application.  Fo you, if you are lucky it will not be an issue.  

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18 minutes ago, Saqib 786 said:

Hi,

I am going to submit my application, however, I have spent 65 days overseas during my last two years of regional residence. I have been informed migration agent and he said that 65 days holidays wouldn't affect my application. I would appreciate if someone can share any information regarding this. Thanks.

I think you shouldn’t take any risk just for 65 days. I went 28 days in my home country and spent 28 days more before applying. According to Migration agent , one have to physically present 2 years (730 days ) in specified area tand become eligible. It would be okay if you travel or overseas on paid leave( will be count in work  experience- one year. ) 

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I spent 65 days in my home country, as I went after 4 years that's why the holidays were extended to 65 days. 

Thanks for prompt reply. 

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On 10/24/2018 at 10:18 AM, B3sT said:

 

Hello every one, I Want to know how long it will take that new born get 489 , and bridging visa when we add in application?

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3 hours ago, Saqib 786 said:

I spent 65 days in my home country, as I went after 4 years that's why the holidays were extended to 65 days. 

Thanks for prompt reply. 

Hi Mate, 

The main requirement for 887 is 2years residency and 1 year employment. 

I would compensate the 65 Days if I were you. 

Good luck
toot

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5 hours ago, Russki said:

Thanks @Sunnysideup! 🙂 Yes, they always say that, this is what was stopping me from contacting them to start with... But I am not sure how it actually works: their processing staff is NOT answering our phone calls, neither they reply to our emails... So how is it possible that we are slowing them down? I think it is only the customer service guys who answer phones, they sit in the call centre. They are specifically trained to deal with annoying customers, like us! While COs are working on files. 😄 😄 😄  

True...

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6 hours ago, Sara said:

Hello every one, I Want to know how long it will take that new born get 489 , and bridging visa when we add in application?

@Sara

it should not take more than 30 days 

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11 hours ago, toot said:

Hi Mate, 

The main requirement for 887 is 2years residency and 1 year employment. 

I would compensate the 65 Days if I were you. 

Good luck
toot

Thanks mate. I think it's better to wait few more weeks.

 

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7 hours ago, adam said:

@Sara

it should not take more than 30 days 

Thanks mate, and do we need passport for that or we can upload passport later?

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14 hours ago, Sara said:

Hello every one, I Want to know how long it will take that new born get 489 , and bridging visa when we add in application?

 

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Hi Sara, 

You will need birth certificate and fill form 1022 and send it to immi via post or email, in just few days they will issue the visa for newborns.

 

Good Luck.

 

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13 minutes ago, Samy said:

Good morning..let's hope we all get our golden email soon.😁

That's what we do everyday and CO's make full efforts to let us down by the end of the day.😪

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