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  1. Charlie6002

    AAT Won for 187

    Thanks however I’m in sydney and so is my employer al I don’t believe I can apply to any of the above visas 🥲 I’m trying to remand positive however I like to know all my options just in case. I just can’t believe they only give you 35 days to leave. After 10 years I don’t think I could even pack up my life up in 35 days. thanks again
  2. Charlie6002

    AAT Won for 187

    Hi guys, just wondering if someone can offer me some advice. My nomination was rejected in July 2019 followed by my visa in September 2019. Both parts appealed to AAT. I have remained on a bridging visa for the last three years. AAT finally opened my case and requested further information - submitted in august 2022. I’ve just received a notification that they have requested a hearing 22nd December (nice little Christmas present). now my question is - should they refuse the nomination/visa, or states online I would have 35 days to leave the country. Can this be extended? Would I be able to apply for another bridging visa to give me more time to leave? I’ve been in Australia for 10 years, like I don’t think I could pack my life up in 35 days especially with a 6 month old baby in tow. They say to be prepared to leave but I don’t think that’s possible. I have a life here, work, lease, belongings. Im not trying to be negative, just trying to be realistic and make sure I know all my options. I’m sick of fighting so should the AAT agree with the refusal. I’m not going to fight it anymore. I just can’t believe they only give you 35 days so I’m hoping this can be extended. Thanks so much in advance. Charlie
  3. Charlie6002

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hi @hussft, I spoke to my migration agent today as my 457 visa expires tomorrow and I will need a BVB as I’m going overseas for a month in August. He advised that a 186 PR can be granted on or off shore. Should my nomination or application be rejected whilst I’m overseas then my bridging visa A will remain active for 35 days from the date of refusal. He did say I still had to abide by the terms of the BVB and return when I say I will. Hope this helps. cheers
  4. Charlie6002

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    So @Hex do you see this often then? Similar cases to mine where the persons nomination and visa are being looked at at the same time? Further information was requested for both. I was hoping because of this, they may approve both at the same time as all further information has been submitted. Then again im aware there are no set rules. As i previously stated i was just seeing if anyone else in a similar position as myself as its seems to be rare. Cheers
  5. Charlie6002

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hi @CarterW Yes further information was requested for both nomination and visa. I was just curious to see if anyone else was in the same boat as me as its not the usual way of doing things. Anyway everything has been submitted so will just have to wait and see. Cheers
  6. Charlie6002

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @jackgu310 Wow finally someone else in the same boat. Honestly I thought I was the only one and started to get nervous. My nomination additional docs where submitted 28th May and assitonal visa docs 21st June - nothing since which is fine (killing me inside) however others have waited far longer so not going to sit here complaining. i was just interested to see if anyone else was in the same position as me. Please keep me posted on your outcome. @hongkoknger - only your employer/ migration agent will have access to this information so you will have to check them. Cheers guys
  7. Charlie6002

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hi Guys, Silent reader here! I have been monitoring this forum daily for some while and it appears that I seem to be the exception to the rule (although what exactly is the rule ) in regards to the fact that Immi requested further information regarding my visa application before my nomination has been approved. It seems to be very common that people's nomination are approved before their visa app is even looked at. As you can see from my timeline - my nomination and visa were both opened/assessed a day a part. However I seem to have two case officers not one (lucky me) and two different teams looking at my whole file (although i am not too sure what the teams actually represent). I was asked to provided further information for both nomination and visa which has been submitted however both are still pending- no final outcome for either at this stage. Has anyone been in a similar situation as all i can see if anyone in the 'further assessment' stage, their nomination has already been approved? I am remaining positive that they didn't make me spend more $$$ on additional info for my visa just to reject my nomination haha and that it means I will get a Yes or No answer rather than getting one approved and then having to wait for the other. I am just curious really. Cheers guys
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