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ENS (subclass 186) & RSMS (subclass 187) Timelines

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ropar    13
Dear Ropar.. Are u serious.. did he really applied in may 2017. Is it true that his occupation is cook. Please confirm it once again. I will relly thankfull to you. 
Everything is true brother .. we were together when he got a call from dibp . Yed his occupation is cook and he applied in may 2017 (trt)..

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yuderdc    16

Today My agent told me in the past weeks thousands applications (including 186 and 187) were refused. Most of them were refused due to incomplete documents.   

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yuvi 20    0
6 minutes ago, yuderdc said:

Today My agent told me in the past weeks thousands applications (including 186 and 187) were refused. Most of them were refused due to incomplete documents.   

whos your migration agent

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Nemesis    566
8 minutes ago, yuderdc said:

Today My agent told me in the past weeks thousands applications (including 186 and 187) were refused. Most of them were refused due to incomplete documents.   

Thousands??  Sounds  a little unlikely to me!

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lovfang    10

Hi guys,

Visa and non applied in 23 June 16, still waiting. Accountant DE Perth.


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Aphrodite    10
That is from 2012

Anyway, it released my pain by 2 mins, lol. Already 15 months, visa submission May, requested more info and fedback Dec, then silent until now...

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hit1981    5
16 hours ago, yuderdc said:

Today My agent told me in the past weeks thousands applications (including 186 and 187) were refused. Most of them were refused due to incomplete documents.   

thousands???? too much

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ring3018    11

From an agent' blog

DIBP Fast Refusals of 186/187 Nominations and Visas As Documents are Assessed Quickly After Lodgement 

Visa applicants and migration agents are reporting fast refusals of subclass 186 (ENS) and 187 (RSMS) nominations and visa applications in some cases happening only a few weeks after lodgement, despite the estimated processing time for these visas is over 6 months.

The refusals are apparently occurring in cases where all necessary documents have not been uploaded at the time the assessment is done. In these cases, no request letter is sent and the visa is refused with no notice to the applicant or opportunity to address the needed documents.

There is no requirement that DIBP send a request letter in cases where incomplete documentation is provided for visa application, however historically DIBP has sent request letters to applicants if there are documents missing by the time the application is assessed. Given the long processing times for applications, it appears some applicants assumed they had more time before DIBP would check the applications.

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March19    26

So my assumption is this:

1. Ensure that your applications are 'decision ready'.  All this about tactically uploading police check etc at a later date so that they are still valid a year later does not work. Upload ALL docs and then let them expire, then pay more money to get more recent docs and upload again. 

2. For those of us who have been waiting many months ( ,since mid-march 2016 in my case) ,this is a slight glimmer of good news in sofar as I can assume my my correct and sufficient documents are uploaded. And that immi hasn't had the need to refuse my application because of lack of paperwork. 

I hope that makes sense. Long day at work!!! 

Happy Waiting!!

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yuderdc    16
1 hour ago, March19 said:

So my assumption is this:

1. Ensure that your applications are 'decision ready'.  All this about tactically uploading police check etc at a later date so that they are still valid a year later does not work. Upload ALL docs and then let them expire, then pay more money to get more recent docs and upload again. 

2. For those of us who have been waiting many months ( ,since mid-march 2016 in my case) ,this is a slight glimmer of good news in sofar as I can assume my my correct and sufficient documents are uploaded. And that immi hasn't had the need to refuse my application because of lack of paperwork. 

I hope that makes sense. Long day at work!!! 

Happy Waiting!!

Agree. And the employer's documents (e.g. balance sheet, profit & loss statement) must be updated for the most recently concluded fiscal year.

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Xman    15

Hi,
Just want to ask, do I need to upload my latest overseas police clearance certificate?
The uploaded one has the same date when I visit my home country last time. And after that I never go back to see my home country.





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Dhillon    1

I applied nomination nd visa on 10th jan 2017..in march I attached my medical as well..in June i attached AFP too..my question is do I need to attached indian police clearance before my file open.I ask my MA bt he said we will give when CO allocated..im confused

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manjot    3

16 months gone today and no response I really feel very very depressed.... I hope the people who are putting us in this situation would not have to go through same situation in life....

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Good news for me! 186 DE PR Granted today.

Nomination and Visa applied onshore on 4/4/2017 
Occupation: External Auditor

Family of three in the application - my child and myself (main applicant) are citizens of a LR country whereas wife is citizen of a HR country)

Nomination firm (which I am working for): One of the biggest professional services (accounting) firms in Australia/Globally with annual revenue in billions.

No further documentation requested from DIBP.

All the best to the rest of you!

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SamH    1

Hi All,

Have people who applied from last year updated there sponsors financial reports:

BAS, Tax returns, supports letter from accountant ?

or don't they need to be updated ? 

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Cippalippa    15
Hi All,
Have people who applied from last year updated there sponsors financial reports:
BAS, Tax returns, supports letter from accountant ?
or don't they need to be updated ? 


As the company where I work was in a loss when I started, as soon as I implemented a few changes, I have been sending updates with positive profit and loss statement and at the end of the financial year the most recent balance sheet.
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3/6/2016DE    1
7 hours ago, 04April2017DE said:

Good news for me! 186 DE PR Granted today.

Nomination and Visa applied onshore on 4/4/2017 
Occupation: External Auditor

Family of three in the application - my child and myself (main applicant) are citizens of a LR country whereas wife is citizen of a HR country)

Nomination firm (which I am working for): One of the biggest professional services (accounting) firms in Australia/Globally with annual revenue in billions.

No further documentation requested from DIBP.

All the best to the rest of you!

Ok Clearly the DIBP discriminates people againt job not the when they apply.

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yuderdc    16
5 hours ago, SamH said:

Hi All,

Have people who applied from last year updated there sponsors financial reports:

BAS, Tax returns, supports letter from accountant ?

or don't they need to be updated ? 

Yes. My employer updated already. I strongly advise you to have them updated too.

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March19    26

Almost 18th month and all quiet on the western front. 

Not a squeak or a creak or a peep from our friends in immi. 

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March19    26
On 15/08/2017 at 12:57, 04April2017DE said:

Good news for me! 186 DE PR Granted today.

Nomination and Visa applied onshore on 4/4/2017 
Occupation: External Auditor

Family of three in the application - my child and myself (main applicant) are citizens of a LR country whereas wife is citizen of a HR country)

Nomination firm (which I am working for): One of the biggest professional services (accounting) firms in Australia/Globally with annual revenue in billions.

No further documentation requested from DIBP.

All the best to the rest of you!

Congratulations. Good effort.  

God I'm envious of you. 

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Almost 18th month and all quiet on the western front. 
Not a squeak or a creak or a peep from our friends in immi. 

Nothing to say mate i almost waiting 14 months


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