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  1. Hi all, Please can someone confirm when this DRC checklist (using RMA agent) started for ENS 121 visa and what's the current time frame for nursing profession. My wife' is a nurse and her employer NSW Health is happy to sponsor for 457 but refusing for ENS 121 as it takes months to process. Being a big employer any idea how much time it will take for their Nomination to appove and then if we lodge visa application using DRC then roughly how much time it will take. They want her to start work in May or June so if the whole process (Nomiation and visa) takes 4-5 months then we can request them to sponsor for PR visa. Appreciate any info/advice. ...Mansawant
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    DRC for 856 ENS

    Hi All, My wife and I have been in Melbourne for 2 years on a 457 Visa. We have subsequently had a positive skills assessments, medicals, police checks etc. and have completed the entire application process for 856 ENS with all the correct documents and it is ready to submit. However, we are wondering: 1) Is it worth instructing a registered migration agent to submit the application on our behalf with a DRC? 2) If so, how much will they charge? 3) Can anyone recommend an agent who has done this before? We have received conflicting advice that 'DRC doesn't make a difference', however, looking at the DRC thread it appears those application are processed quicker. We would be submitting to the Melbourne CE. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks, BL
  3. Hi all, I am very thankful if any one can advise me regarding my doubts. I am willing to apply for ENS:856.with out an agent. I am in Perth and occupation is Graphic Designer. My 2 years in 457 will complete in this November 1st. (1) Is it possible for my company to submit the ENS Nomination right now, with out waiting till November? (2) When can i submit my application? Do i have to wait until this November where my 2 yeas in 457 completes, or can i submit prior to that? I am just seeking any possibility to get my PR before end of this December, as then i can get back to my country for a vacation during Xmas. :daydreaming: Thanks samee
  4. MIA Notice: “The good news is that all Accountants with Competent English are now in priority group 3, as are all motor mechanics. For the team here it means that we have a lot of applications going back to July 2008 that we can now begin processing in priority group 3. We would like to extend the offer of decision ready processing, with signed checklists, for all those applications previously lodged that can now be processed. Wayne Riddle, the new Assistant Director of GSM, Brisbane, is prepared to accept applications for decision ready processing where documents may have previously been emailed in, so long as any future documents are scanned and uploaded to e-visa, i.e. new health and character or other outstanding requirements. The process will be the same i.e. once the application is decision ready, and it falls within priority group 2 or 3 above, send a signed Decision Ready Checklist to the Brisbane Agents mailbox and we will allocate the application within 48 hours of receipt of the checklist. I am attaching new decision ready checklists to this email for 487, 885 and 886 applications.” Note: Currently the application allocation period is about 2 weeks (instead of 48 hours as stated above) Please also note, DRC can only be done by registered migration agent. Paul (registered migration agent) MARN.0848959 Recently approved application:
  5. Just a bit of an update for the international students on the forum as there has been further confusion in regards to DRCs. Due to the release of the SMP’s, Brisbane has announced changes to the DRC process. · No longer accepting DRC for priority 3 applications; · DRC only available to priority 2 (SMP applications); · DRC only available if application is decision ready at time of application. Applications made decision ready at a later date will not be allocated to a case officer under DRC guidelines; · DRC must be lodged within 72 hours of lodging the visa application; · DRC applications will now take up to 28 days to be allocated to a case officer. · Even 485 and 887 will need to be decision ready at time of application to be able to access DRC. These will be allocated within 14 days.
  6. Just a bit of an update for the international students on the forum as there has been further confusion in regards to DRCs. Due to the release of the SMP’s, Brisbane has announced changes to the DRC process. · No longer accepting DRC for priority 3 applications; · DRC only available to priority 2 (SMP applications); · DRC only available if application is decision ready at time of application. Applications made decision ready at a later date will not be allocated to a case officer under DRC guidelines; · DRC must be lodged within 72 hours of lodging the visa application; · DRC applications will now take up to 28 days to be allocated to a case officer. · Even 485 and 887 will need to be decision ready at time of application to be able to access DRC. These will be allocated within 14 days.
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    DRC sent ... No status update

    I had sent in a DRC in September ... My status did not change to ABPF... However I was granted a Brdiging visa C shortly after the DRC ... Then a few days later I got a letter from DIAC telling me about BVC and making a 'Further Documents request' ... It was signed by a person named Deborah Neamonitakis How do people know if the CO has been allocated ?
  8. Gday! I am new to this website, and to this community, but I always find help here by looking in threads and conversations. I hope someone can help me in my dilemma. I am applying for Onshore skilled sponsored residence visa (886) via online. I almost have all the requirements I need. My question is, I am married, and I have my wife and son back in my country. Unfortunately, I cannot include them as secondary applicant since they are not here in Australia. Now what my problem is if I apply for DRC, do I need to have their medical results ready? For what I understand in the immigration website suggests not to attend a health examination before you lodge your visa application unless the information about your visa specifically asks you to do so. But how can I get a medical booking in my country when there is no request from immigration yet? How will the panel of doctors be able to forward the results when there is no reference number given yet? Now, I want to know, if I can apply for DRC even if without the health requirements from my dependants? I hope someone can help me. Thank you.
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    DRC with one missing police report

    I have lodged an onshore 885. I have all my documents in order including the UK and Australian police reports. Medicals are done as well. However, I still have not received my Malaysian police report. I lived in Malaysia for exactly 12 months. I was wondering if I would be eligible to use the DRC with my Malaysian police report missing. I have evidence that I have applied for it which is an acknowledgement receipt from the MAlaysian High Commission. Would it be useless to use the DRC since I don't have the Malaysian police report as it will further delay the immigration process anyway with missing documents and defeat the whole purpose of the DRC in the first place or even worse, risk my DRC getting rejected or even the 885 visa ? I was told that it would take more than 3 months to obtain the Malaysian PCC. I applied for the Malaysian police report in September. Would it be better if I wait till I receive the Malaysian police report before even considering the DRC? Any valuable feedback will be greatly appreciated.
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    Inquiry on DRC

    I spoke with my agent to send DRC for my 885 visa application, but I was told that I need to have my degree award certificate apart from academic transcript and completion letter to submit the DRC. Can we just send DRC with academic transcript and completion letter? PLS HELP?:eek:
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    Does DRC help Cat 4 applicants?

    I am just wondering if DRC can help Cat 4 applicants by any chance. I am Management Consultant, applied onshore exactly 2 years ago, IELTS 8 average, 3 years work experience in IT/HR area Thanks for any advice.
  12. Let me confirm this thing i am real person i applied at 15 December 2008 as an Accountant (without IELTS 7) after waiting for almost 2 years (1 year 8 months). FINALLY VISA GRANTED SUBCLASS 886 SKILLED FAMILY SPONSORED ONSHORE At first i applied without agent and almost give up after so many changes that did not favor my applications. i decided to return to my country for 3 months May 2010-August 2010 (Bridging Visa B). As soon as I arrived at Australia. i learned that now accountant move to category 3 regardless of the IELTS and i read this thread and some threads that Decision Ready Checklist exist. On 11 August i called an agent and i learned that i have to renew all my medical and police check. after 2 weeks all done. i appointed the agent for 880AUD to send DRC (24 August 2010). at first i expect maybe it will take at least two weeks. no email regarding case officer has been allocated, no change of status, no documents have been met. BUT TO DAY (31 August 2010), when i open my application status APPLICANT APPROVED AND ALL DOCUMENTS MET. i really happy and wish to thank god for hearing my pray and for the people who posted a thread regarding this Decision Ready Checklist. my suggestion: it is better to spend some money rather than waiting for uncertainty, especially for onshore applicants on category 3 (without SMP) before SMP has been released
  13. Kill and ban ALL threads about DRC Please Same Contents were posted throughout ALL of Australia Immigrant BBS A terrible Advertisement @! PLEASE GIVE YOUR REAL NAME, DATE OF BIRTH, TRN NUMBER FOR EVERYONE TO verify the truth by CALLING AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANT BUREAU IF it's true information !
  14. I would be very interested in your opinion about followings: Since couple of weeks a part of the onshore applicants are able to get their visas in only days through so called Decision Ready Checklist. (Their applications will be processed in Brisbane.) We all know, that the quota of possible visas in a financial year is maximalized. Am I the only one offshore applicant (application in Adelaide) who thinks, that this is very unfair??? With every visa approval for onshore applications with DRC are my (and offshore applicants') chances for getting a visa in this financial year less and less. I have not even the possibility to lodge a DCR or ask an agent to do so. I don't want that onshore applicants should be processed slower, I just would prefer to have the same chance if I already paid the same amount for DIAC and had to match the same conditions. What do you think about this?
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