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You won't believe what I am going to tell you.

My initial entry date was very short, just a month. Visa grant also had clear instructions that it cannot be extended.

Still, I emailed DIBP to allow me 2-3 months. Do you know what reply I received??????

They have removed this condition absolutely for me and we can enter till the expiration of visa in 2020.

When I read the letter more carefully, I feel that this is a policy change for SI-189 at least. I don't know about other visas.

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Dear All

You won't believe what I am going to tell you.

My initial entry date was very short, just a month. Visa grant also had clear instructions that it cannot be extended.

Still, I emailed DIBP to allow me 2-3 months. Do you know what reply I received??????

They have removed this condition absolutely for me and we can enter till the expiration of visa in 2020.

When I read the letter more carefully, I feel that this is a policy change for SI-189 at least. I don't know about other visas.

Cheers
does the policy change applies to case by case OR there is general annoucement by DAIC for IED policy that it has been suspended ?

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In my own opinion, it is case to case basis only.


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does the policy change applies to case by case OR there is general annoucement by DAIC for IED policy that it has been suspended ?

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Sorry for late reply, I missed this post somehow.

If your ESC started in March 14 then these must conclude during May 15, if not earlier. So your complaint will have a positive affect (moderated English only please.)

Important is that you remain focused and do not get depressed because of delays.

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Sorry for late reply, I missed this post somehow.

If your ESC started in March 14 then these must conclude during May 15, if not earlier. So your complaint will have a positive affect 'inshallah'.

Important is that you remain focused and do not get depressed because of delays.
Its okay Bolt, and thanks for the reply ... I hope I wake up early from this nightmare :-( ... very stressful waiting path

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Request opinions:
Do we need to send all pages of passport or only written pages or only biographical pages

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Request opinions:
Do we need to send all pages of passport or only written pages or only biographical pages
in case of Pakistani passport, the first page with the pic, and the second page with the signature. that's all.
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Hi guys!
Form 80, 1221 pdf files cannot be saved. So I have to type, print and scan. Is this the only way?

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Form 80, 1221 pdf files cannot be saved. So I have to type, print and scan. Is this the only way?
that's how I did it.
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No.

-Just fill it within soft copy,
-save it as pdf,
-add your signatures within pdf
-email it to CO and upload

you can do it in both windows and mac, so please don't ask how and google it if you don't know.

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Form 80, 1221 pdf files cannot be saved. So I have to type, print and scan. Is this the only way?
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