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  1. I applied June 2015 and still waiting for request for second payment. My son did the paperwork for the AoS in December but was only asked for payment last month. That has now cleared and approved but now my police check needs renewing so I did that yesterday. Hoping it won’t be too long.
  2. I’ve been waiting for my 143 since June 2015. Immi sent a letter to my agent giving me 28 days to finalise things but my son hadn’t heard from Centrelink. He came over here for a holiday and whilst here a letter arrived in Australia from Centrelink asking for the Assurance of Support within 14 days. Will Centrelink give him an extension? Just a week. Will immigration give an extension?
  3. The chart says September 2016 being assessed but I applied June 2015 and I’m still waiting! 143.
  4. Thanks. Six months is a long time. At this rate it will be September before I get my visa.
  5. How long are people waiting from submitting the assurance of support paperwork to Centrelink to being asked for payment? My son went to Centrelink in December and is still waiting to be asked to pay,
  6. Ok. Well that shouldn’t apply, either. I can’t think of a reason he would be rejected.
  7. 4 to 6 months! Centrelink said that he would hear something by January 28th. I’m not surprised it’s longer but six months is ridiculous. I wonder why they would refuse a sponsor? He earns enough so that shouldn’t be a problem for him/me.
  8. I applied June 2015. I’ve done my medical (December) and my son has done the paperwork for the AoS, again in December, but still heard nothing.
  9. Some people have more than one police check: one for school, one as scout leader, one for Sunday school etc. When dealing with children or vulnerable adults you need a police check for each job.
  10. Thanks. It shouldn't be a problem but just another thing to worry about.
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