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  1. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @BigBan That's the kicker! I've had confirmation from 2 MA's that they take processing times as of at the time of the complaint. - Meaning, if the processing time was 1 month when you lodged and you complained at month 2 (processing time at this stage was 2 months) - they'd tell you, you're still within the processing times (it would need to be 4 months to be double). Very unfair but hey, what can we do!
  2. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @BigBan I've heard on more than a few occasions that the department would only take your complain serious if you've been waiting a minimum of double the processing times. - Unfair, but that's what I've heard and seen in the past.
  3. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @furbibi If this is the case, then i suspect you should be fine. The fact that they are requesting additional documentation also seems to be a positive. Unfortunately, you will be at the will of the CO and the findings of same - holding thumbs that all goes well!
  4. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @furbibi Assuming you applied under the old / no longer used ABN. This is risky and could (likely) put your application at risk - especially if the department pick up on it (via financials / company nomination details). - Might be something worthwhile discussing with a MA and confirming your best options. Personally, I don't see how they would miss this (especially as the nomination is still in process). To my understanding, using the wrong / different ABN makes the application invalid.
  5. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Vince Tran If only that were true and affected all cases. - I suspect you were either lucky or was a coincidence - regardless, this is not the case for all (or many) cases i'm afraid. Congrats though.
  6. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Dhakalbinod Unless I miss-understand your question, the date is included within the quoted text: - "Recieved request s56 : 5 June2019 ( health checks)"
  7. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Dar Comments as such don't typically get good responses. Regardless, I don't know who approved my nomination or visa (personally, I don't think it has much to do with timings of cases), however, it seems other do. As for how long it can take, unfortunately, this goes back to the old "How long is a piece of string" analogy. No-one can answer this. - Ideally, within 30-40 working days, however, some people have had a response within 1 day and others, longer than a year. All the best.
  8. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Dianne12 This is a pretty loaded question - do you have a MA working on your case / application? If so, I suggest you speak with them as they would request the required documents for lodging. Alternatively, there are a few people here that have done their own Visa application, I'm sure they could assist with input.
  9. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @nanda Just a reminder that this forum represents only a hand full of applications in the system and although it might be the "first" for the forum it's unlikely the "first" in general. - Still something interesting to note (for the forum).
  10. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Rhitesh If you have already been granted PR and the company is changing ownership, then yes - you would be entitled to leave or stay with no repercussions. - It's unlikely that your old boss would call up immi and tell them that you had no interest in staying with the company for 2 years after approval, as he sold the business.
  11. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Anajmi I think you're stretching it here mate But no, as far as i'm aware (I stand corrected), maternity does not count towards permanent working hours, meaning it would not count towards your 2 years.
  12. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Gui Eloi This has been discussed many times in the last few pages, please go back and have a look. Heads up - if your boss is threatening you - then I suggest you stay put. If they lodge a complaint with Immi and take it further, you will loose your visa. - The job offers will always come, the PR not so much!
  13. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @MarkAu Correct, my understanding is that on a 186 you can have as many jobs as you'd like. The question wasn't specific to visa ("Are you permitted to have a second job if you are on this visa?"), hence, my answer was for the assumed 457 (sponsorship), which I tried to elaborate on by stipulating the sponsorship involved. - If it was aimed at 186, then yes - you can work in multiple places. Didn't mean to cause confusion.
  14. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Canada2Australia No, you're not entitled to work anymore than 1 job when you are on sponsorship (hence, sponsorship is only from one employer). - Doing this and getting found out could put you in a dire situation with regards to your visa application.
  15. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @MaggieMay24 Are you able to shed some light on this please? - I also have no idea on how to delete a post (or even if it's possible)?
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