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    Guest abeattie

    Hi all,

     

    New to this site, was just wondering if anyone submitted in March 05 have received their visa ?

     

    We sent our meds and police checks off end July 05 requested.

     

    Also I keep reading about AOS (i must be having a thick moment :roll: ) what does that mean :shock:

     

    Angie & Sean Beattie

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    Guest Steve G
    New to this site, was just wondering if anyone submitted in March 05 have received their visa ?

     

    Have you had a look at the Timeline website? :? :? :?

     

     

    http://www.austimeline.com/

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    Guest Mel & Ed

    Hi Angie

    AOS is Assessment of Skills, which is what you must send when applying for this visa i believe..

    Ive heard that these visas take up to 12 months to come through, depending on what your job is..??

    Hope this helps

    Regards,

    Mel

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