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19 minutes ago, Ray123 said:

No brother when you are in BVB application is not process. When you back to Australia start processing. Make sure to come before end your BVB. Otherwise you can’t come 

Thanks fir your reply 

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There should be simple 2 ways
Either pay same immi amount and get result in 8-9 months fast track
Or half fees for 22 months slow track.
Everyone will choose their priority.
Just a thought

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3 hours ago, Rajat Babbar said:

There should be simple 2 ways
Either pay same immi amount and get result in 8-9 months fast track
Or half fees for 22 months slow track.
Everyone will choose their priority.
Just a thought

Can you explain better. 

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In God i trust. When he says yes, no one can say no.

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Hi Guys, I am moving to regional QLD and will be working as a specialist doctor. The public hospital is willing to sponsor me for the RSMS 187 visa. I was checking the home affairs website and the avg processing time for the Direct Entry Scheme appears to be over 20 months.

In case anyone has any information specifically for the case of a specialist doctor, regarding the expected processing time if both visa nomination and application are filed at the same time. Thanks a lot in advance!!!

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8 minutes ago, VJ_1 said:

Hi Guys, I am moving to regional QLD and will be working as a specialist doctor. The public hospital is willing to sponsor me for the RSMS 187 visa. I was checking the home affairs website and the avg processing time for the Direct Entry Scheme appears to be over 20 months.

In case anyone has any information specifically for the case of a specialist doctor, regarding the expected processing time if both visa nomination and application are filed at the same time. Thanks a lot in advance!!!

Most of the occupation in your area are been processed very quick, between 5-9 months. 


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6 minutes ago, Synergy22 said:

Most of the occupation in your area are been processed very quick, between 5-9 months. 

Thanks a lot mate!

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Can you explain better. 
What I mean to say is that this is my suggestion.
The department should cut their fees for visa as it not only cost chuncks of money but also 2 years approx.
So I am suggesting if they charge this amount then reduce time frame or if same time frame then reduce money.
Imagine ppl get a negative news that cost them soo much money and 2 years also.
Just a thought for department

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27 minutes ago, Rajat Babbar said:

What I mean to say is that this is my suggestion.
The department should cut their fees for visa as it not only cost chuncks of money but also 2 years approx.
So I am suggesting if they charge this amount then reduce time frame or if same time frame then reduce money.
Imagine ppl get a negative news that cost them soo much money and 2 years also.
Just a thought for department

so you are suggesting adding another level of red tape, sorting out for every visa type whether people want to pay for more priority processing That in itself will cost more money.

Some people on Partner Visas get rejections after 4/5 years when there PR is processed. Some one Parent Visas get rejections after 10 years or more.  If you don't want to pay the fee and wait as long as it takes then just don't apply. Making things more complex will just result in even higher rates in order to fund the staff to deal with the extra red tape. 

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Hi, if i secure my visa and after working for like a year and my employer granted me a year or 2 years study leave, will immigration cancel the visa. 


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On 06/10/2018 at 04:30, Rajat Babbar said:

There should be simple 2 ways
Either pay same immi amount and get result in 8-9 months fast track
Or half fees for 22 months slow track.
Everyone will choose their priority.
Just a thought

Lol, in the future they will increase the visa fee and you may have to wait for 3 years. 

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Hey Everyone looking forward this week most genuine application will Approved 

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21 hours ago, Synergy22 said:

Hi, if i secure my visa and after working for like a year and my employer granted me a year or 2 years study leave, will immigration cancel the 

Immigration may cancel your visa if they find out unless your study leave is related to your work with your employer and you have an agreement in place saying you will return to work for your employer after your study leave. Make sure any arrangement is properly documented just in case immigration checks. With all computerisation going on and interdepartment linkaging, it is so easy for immi to check if your are getting paid by your employer and paying taxes. If they notice you are not getting paid, they will ask your employer where you are. 

That said, this is just my opinion. Check with an immigration official if possible, or an immigration expert.

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you are right


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On 06/10/2018 at 12:25, VJ_1 said:

Hi Guys, I am moving to regional QLD and will be working as a specialist doctor. The public hospital is willing to sponsor me for the RSMS 187 visa. I was checking the home affairs website and the avg processing time for the Direct Entry Scheme appears to be over 20 months.

In case anyone has any information specifically for the case of a specialist doctor, regarding the expected processing time if both visa nomination and application are filed at the same time. Thanks a lot in advance!!!


You'll be processed quickly due to your occupation! Good luck.


Occupation: Personal Assistant
State: QLD
LR Country
Stream: DE 187

Number of applicants: 1
Nomination applied:  August 2017
Visa applied: August 2017
IMMI Status: Received

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13 minutes ago, SineadK said:


You'll be processed quickly due to your occupation! Good luck.

Thanks a lot!!!

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4 hours ago, romeru said:

Immigration may cancel your visa if they find out unless your study leave is related to your work with your employer and you have an agreement in place saying you will return to work for your employer after your study leave. Make sure any arrangement is properly documented just in case immigration checks. With all computerisation going on and interdepartment linkaging, it is so easy for immi to check if your are getting paid by your employer and paying taxes. If they notice you are not getting paid, they will ask your employer where you are. 

That said, this is just my opinion. Check with an immigration official if possible, or an immigration expert.

I don’t think it’s that easy for immi department to check if your getting paid,otherwise they wouldn’t ask for payslips which in most cases they do.

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but now situation is diffrent , IMMI and ATO have access to check your tax return and wages status.

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Guys why Is group soo quite or sad now a days.
Please speak up.. share your timeline.
Sharing increases positivity and confidence in others.
God bless all

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On 05/10/2018 at 18:14, dion_ja07 said:

Hi all,

I would like to share my story with you all .

visa -1 :position : restaurant manager , qld 

appleied 10/02/2016

nomination refusal : 15/11/16

visa withdrawal : 20/11/16

 

Visa -2 position : restaurant manager , qld

Applied  06/12/2016

further documents asked : 01/08/2018(police clearance and updated medical )

documents submitted : 10/08/2018

visa & nomination grant : 05/10/2018

After 31 months and 1 failed attempt and a lot of sleepless nights I have finally got my residency today . 

Hang in there and don’t stop untill fill your dreams .

 

 

Awesome mate congratulations 

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hello Knock knock .. is anyone here ? 
Brother everyone wants to read .
No one wants to write.
Though everyone on this forum is stressed
Thinking of result.
But you have to accept something called destiny

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Nothing to Write mate just checking immi as usual no Change what would be write😂

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18 minutes ago, Rajat Babbar said:

Brother everyone wants to read .
No one wants to write.
Though everyone on this forum is stressed
Thinking of result.
But you have to accept something called destiny

no good news for last 2 weeks , no one update anything and I also have nothing to post . Hope someone post some good this asap🙏
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