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  1. Just a general question.. Does MARA registered agent means they have more visibility on application? or they get access of more information in your application? Personally i highly doubt this because i have seen people going through agents have bit delayed output (between 2-10 months as a standard for normal PR process)
  2. Same here.... around 8 weeks since docs submission after received checklist......
  3. Sad to hear that. Can you share what reason they have given and when it was refused?
  4. IN some cases it looks like CO's have authority to re-asses your medical after expiry. couldn't find any news regarding that but the forum page on below link might be able to give hope. https://www.australiaforum.com/visas-immigration/108585-police-medical-checks-may-expire-what-do.html
  5. At The time of Lodgement only Sponsor had it so it was mentioned in Form 80 of Sponsor (Although Form 80 not required). After Generic e-mail it was shown to DHA that application is under process for both. I'll upload related docs once application is completely finalised.
  6. Just need a suggestion, Informing DHA regarding PR of another country(as Couple) will be considered Positive or Negative? Because it can be turned in Both ways but gives more proof that relationship is genuine... Confused
  7. Zarnab is MARA registered since 2016.back in that time 9 months was not a short time. ppl used to get PR in 4-8 months. They won't have doubt but may be officer is lazy.. sometimes it happens that officer is lazy in some cases. 3 PCC's was not wrong move. you were honest. there is delay sometimes because of PCC because DHA verifies it from local department but it shouldn't take much time. Pet also have nothing to do with your case. regarding long travel history, people say that it makes your process delayed in any kind of immigration of any country but i don't give that weightage. my passport is that full with stamps in last 3 years that i don't have any place to paste visa and my cases went through Canada and Australia quickly. I hope you will get grant soon. even if they have put you in security screening but that should have been done by now.
  8. Its not a "Stated: Requirement but a general requirement for any type of resident visa that applicant should know English. and case officer can ask about that. there are many documents which are not part of AHC Isb checklist but still case officer sometimes ask. if you can raise same point to case officer that its not in checklist then no need to worry. else be prepared (its a general thing for everyone). regarding your point below Please note that Spouse visa 309 gives working rights to the applicant whether applicant have intention to work or no. ans so all requirements could apply which are for visas having work rights.
  9. English language is basic requirement. Whether they say it officially or no Hope this can help https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-support/meeting-our-requirements/english-language/functional-english
  10. Yes.... think in long term... if in future applicant want apply for any family member’s visit visa etc then record can be verified through current application(which includes form 54)
  11. For some applicants they do ask for Copy of Degree and English Proficiency certificate. Copy of Degree is in Generic Checklist as well. came across cases where immigration have given three options to Applicant (in case of 309) or Spouse (In case of initial PR) 1. Submit English Proficiency 2. Give IELTS 3. Attend training for english language once in Australia (which cost $$$) So stay on safe side if you have some qualification.