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  1. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Migration solutions here in Adelaide. They are so good AAT. Please find the website in google. Follow the page in Facebook too.
  2. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    90% of AAT case were turned back. There are huge chances of approval please find best immigration agent.
  3. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    I reckon your nomination rejected, yes? Why they rejected? you are like migration agent.
  4. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Hi guys it’s been very stressful journey and received visa this morning. Here is my timeline.  RCB-2017 March Nomination and Visa- 20 June 2017 occupation - Cook  Business- fine dining restaurant State- South Australia Nomination- Granted 23rd May 2019 Sponsored- 3 people All got nominations approved 2,cooks, one Manager. Document requested for nomination- Nil requested document for visa- Police clearance and medical. High risk country- yes  Applicant -3 Visa- approved 13th June all sponsored employee got visa in same time. Best of luck you all.
  5. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Applied in different times, nominations got approved in 2 to three days gap. One of the cook got nominations in 17 months.
  6. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Hi guys it’s been very stressful journey Here is my timeline RCB-2017 March Nomination and Visa- 20 June 2017 occupation - Cook Business- fine dining restaurant State- South Australia Nomination- Granted 23rd May 2019 Sponsored- 3 people All got nominations approved 2,cooks, one Manager. Document requested for nomination- Nil requested document for visa- Police clearance and medical. High risk country- yes Applicant -3 Visa to approve- waiting since waiting from. 24 months, finally days comes to an end. I hope everyone get their nominations and visa soon. My best wishes to u all. Do not kill your hope. Your days will comes also refusals applicants please fight hard and achieve and follow your ultimate dream. Wish u very best of luck. Jai mata Di
  7. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    My employer turnover around 1.8 million and problem is he sponsored 2 cooks and one restaurant manager no one got nominations approved. Waiting from nearly 23 months I applied in 2017 June.
  8. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Better talk to your migration agent.
  9. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    How long you have been Australia and how many years experience do you have??i am also from SA waiting since June 2017 and nomination not approved yet got experience 7 years as a cook.
  10. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Hi folks, anyone received nomination approval who applied June 2017 or before as a cook or Chef From South Australia?? My application only says received. How we know the nomination file progress? It’s only migration agent or we can see in immi account.
  11. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    I have got 5 years and Australiaian qualification in Australia as well.
  12. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Yes you right, have u submitted skill assessment outcome to immigration with 187 visa file?
  13. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Hi Garry did you submitted your skill assessment to immigration?this is not mandatory if you applied direct entry with Australian qualification. However,this might helpful to make strong file for nomination.
  14. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    U right many Indians caught on providing bogus documents and also exchanged in corruption to sale visa for sponsorship thats why these visas are delaying the process. Specially people who applied via hospitilty occupations such as Chef and cooks are more fake positions.
  15. DeepBH

    187 Visa Processing Time

    Lies, Lies and Immigration. We've heard it all before, political statements, mostly false and misleading designed for a political outcome, not apparently for anything else. Forget about the intention of the migration program or the policy failings of the past, lets just talk about DAMA's. DAMA's, DAMA's, DAMA's, DAMA's, DAMA's. Enough already..... Don't be fooled about DAMA's. These will not result in increased migration outcomes that will have a significant impact on the distribution of migration outcomes anytime soon. And, cutting the migration program to 160,000 will do nothing to stop population growth in big cities or ease congestion as they fail to cap the huge increases in temporary visa holders, enter the student visa program and international tourism. This week it was announced that 23,000 permanent places would be allocated to regional Australia as part of the congestion busting policy of the PM and the Coalition Government. With the overall program now reduced from 190,000 to 160,000 - where will this allocation of visas come from, possibly from the 189 and ENS 186 programs. None of the 23,000 places, not even one will be granted via the introduction or implementation of the SA DAMA. It will most likely take business 12-24 months until the first 482 visa is granted through the SA DAMA, then applicants will need to be employed for 2-4 years on the DAMA before being able to apply for one of the 23,000 permanent places. As a result it is going to be at least 4 years until the first permanent visa is granted to someone who enters under the SA DAMA program. I would hazard a guess that there has never, ever, ever been anyone in Australian immigration history who holds a PR visa through the DAMA program. 23,000 places for regional programs, that's probably just enough for the Department to process the backlog of RSMS 187 visa applications currently gathering dust at the Department, some of which were submitted back in 2016. RSMS visa applications are currently taking 24 months to process, but I wonder if from next week, we will see a significant shift in processing time frames from 24 months to 24 days, or even less. This would certainly allow the Government to say that their regional (DAMA) initiatives are having an immediate impact on the processing and approvals of regional visas, thus allowing the Government claim their changes are having an impact on the distribution of migration outcomes. Only time will tell, but lets wait and see.
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