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Subclass 309/100 Received Medical and Police Check Request...Now What?

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Hi,

I received an email from Immi requesting my FBI Background Check (US Citizen) and Medical.

As I'm assuming this will be the last thing that Immi will need from me, what is the general time frame that I would be looking at for approval after sending them this info? And, how long do I have after the visa is granted to enter Australia? Thanks!

 

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Its not necessarily the last thing that Immi require from you. For the general time frame you could be looking at anything from hours to months. Some get a decision literally a few hours after uploading the asked for documents some only get a decision months later. There really is no way of knowing.

Your enter by date is usually tied in with the expiry dates of your medicals and PCs although in some cases its a mystery how they've worked it out.  

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On 1/29/2020 at 8:47 PM, SammyJ said:

Its not necessarily the last thing that Immi require from you. For the general time frame you could be looking at anything from hours to months. Some get a decision literally a few hours after uploading the asked for documents some only get a decision months later. There really is no way of knowing.

Your enter by date is usually tied in with the expiry dates of your medicals and PCs although in some cases its a mystery how they've worked it out.  

It was fast! I was granted my visa one week after the medical was submitted. 

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On 5/20/2020 at 4:19 AM, shawndee said:

I applied in October of 2019.

That's great! I wonder how to get to the 'top of the pile'. We applied in Sept 2019 (from Belgium) and it is a 'straightforward' application (we've live together for years, married for 3) but our application status is still sitting at 'received'. The only thing we haven't had done yet is the medical. Anyhow, congratulations to you and your partner and goodluck with the move!

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On 5/25/2020 at 2:36 AM, RedDee said:

That's great! I wonder how to get to the 'top of the pile'. We applied in Sept 2019 (from Belgium) and it is a 'straightforward' application (we've live together for years, married for 3) but our application status is still sitting at 'received'. The only thing we haven't had done yet is the medical. Anyhow, congratulations to you and your partner and goodluck with the move!

Thank you! Good luck to you.

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