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  1. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hey 1.your MA won't get any notification if you import application. Don't make any changes that is when ur MA will come to know. 2. The email would be send only to MA/email given to immigration for communication purpose.(so on ideal case it would be only ur MA).
  2. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Then that would be the way to go I guess.
  3. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    I guess it would be better to keep the insurance so not to breach visa conditions, ideally during bridging all the visa condition of previous visa is still applicable. I am not aware of any exception not to have insurance when medicare is there during bridging.
  4. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Not sure if the secondary national id is mandatory or not, but you can do below just in case: 1. There would be a section in application which asks the applicant known by any other name, you can fill in there. It is not mandatory to give name change certificate, but you would have to do below. 2. Make a statutory declaration saying both names belong to same person and get it certified by JP along with supporting documents. The above are suggestions, follow what MA says coz they are the experts.
  5. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Not sure, check ur medical section under visa application, if it says medical examination required you can get a hap id, but if that is not the case not sure if you can an hap id by the way we used to get before covid. Would be a good idea to check with your MA as well, since they are the experts.
  6. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    There are other statuses as well, like Initial assessment, further assessment and I guess one more not sure what was it.(i guess finalised) There is no way to know if a CO is allocated or not unless there is a request for further document is done or status change. But hey, how about the good news, So much application goes straight to finalized from received status. So worry not Hang in there will come soon .fingers crossed
  7. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    That is a difficult question, I guess you won't be able to do medical again in same hap id(not 100% sure on this), given current situation I guess you can only present for medical once CO requests for it(not sure if this has changed recent days/weeks). On other note I wouldn't do medical again until CO requests it again, mainly because the processing has been going slow these days, so there is a chance CO might understand your medical would have been valid in normal processing times as well they might need not overwhelm medical system again unless there is a genius reason for retest. Another one is the expense for sure...so I would suggest let us wait and see, you can check with your MA as well.
  8. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    If you import (I guess there is a view option while importing but not sure), any ways MA wouldn't loose control, they would still have it. Might be your MA is worried people might mess up with application which can have adverse affect as a result. I would say you are safe to import as long as you don't change anything in there or click anywhere where you don't understand what that button or link means. I have imported all of my visa applications as well as Pr application from early days of lodgment. And to note your MA wouldn't know if you have imported or not as long as you don't make any changes.
  9. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Kewalch get the TRN number, this should be there is some or other application you would have reviewed/signed/filled for visa application. I guess you might find on ur bridging letter as well, not sure on that though. Once you get it, follow steps to import ur application in to your immi account. And don't make any changes , it is as good as how your would see and make changes. Even you can see immigration correspondent email in messages section and much more details all around. This is like a shared google doc or drive. Only diff is you can take control of it anytime you need if needed informing immigration about same. On other hand it is similar to like you give authority to a tax agent on behalf of you.
  10. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    I had done proactively, yeah I second that, normally a overseas pcc which takes a week took 3-4 week for me to get it.
  11. devProgrammer

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    It's ok, thought you have quoted again since no one replied earlier, was just putting my suggestion