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Hariexpatforum 17th November 2019 05:32 PM

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Originally Posted by saurabhpluto (Post 14991118)
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Originally Posted by Hariexpatforum (Post 14991082)
As per DHA FOI(Freedom of Information) disclosure as on May 2019, CO allocated to the cases lodged until 28 Feb 2019. So, you might get a DG if you haven’t had any contact so far.

Where can i refer this FOI?

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abhiaus 17th November 2019 05:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Hariexpatforum (Post 14991082)
As per DHA FOI(Freedom of Information) disclosure as on May 2019, CO allocated to the cases lodged until 28 Feb 2019. So, you might get a DG if you havenít had any contact so far.

I did not get any CO, mine is 189 visa. Lodgment date 8th Jan 2019 no CO contact, nothing as of now..

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Hariexpatforum 17th November 2019 06:15 PM

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Originally Posted by abhiaus (Post 14991130)
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Originally Posted by Hariexpatforum (Post 14991082)
As per DHA FOI(Freedom of Information) disclosure as on May 2019, CO allocated to the cases lodged until 28 Feb 2019. So, you might get a DG if you haven’t had any contact so far.

I did not get any CO, mine is 189 visa. Lodgment date 8th Jan 2019 no CO contact, nothing as of now..

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As per the data available, a CO would have definitely assigned to your application. However, processing time varies for each case and time of grant depends on the DHA’s plan for the current FY.

angsgee 18th November 2019 02:18 AM

Hi Team,

I claiming 5 pts from my husband. He had working experience as below as Software engineer.

Working Experience: 21-Mar-2011 to 12-Apr-2013.

I am Done with ACS for my Spouse and result as skills have been assessed to be suitable for migration after March 2013.

I got 189 invite and is Spouse's Payslip mandatory document for 189- Visa lodge?

angsgee 18th November 2019 02:19 AM

Can someone send me the mandatory document checklist for 189 visa lodge for both primary and spouse (am claiming pts from spouse)?

angsgee 18th November 2019 02:24 AM

In my Annual Superannuation Documents, I have my old address. Shall I submit that document f0r 189 visa lodge?

is Superannuation Document is mandatory for 189 visa lodge?

PrettyIsotonic 18th November 2019 02:34 AM

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Originally Posted by angsgee (Post 14991384)
Hi Team,

I claiming 5 pts from my husband. He had working experience as below as Software engineer.

Working Experience: 21-Mar-2011 to 12-Apr-2013.

I am Done with ACS for my Spouse and result as skills have been assessed to be suitable for migration after March 2013.

I got 189 invite and is Spouse's Payslip mandatory document for 189- Visa lodge?

I would submit all documents submitted to ACS to deem your spouse skilled to DHA too - so if that included payslips, yes I would include them. Not sure if they are mandatory or not.

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Originally Posted by angsgee (Post 14991394)
In my Annual Superannuation Documents, I have my old address. Shall I submit that document f0r 189 visa lodge?

is Superannuation Document is mandatory for 189 visa lodge?

Superannuation statements will strengthen your overall evidence as they help corroborate other things you have submitted and can be corroborated by other things you have submitted to evidence skilled employment claims. I would submit it.

I would also update your Super provider with your most current address.

NB 18th November 2019 02:45 AM

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Originally Posted by angsgee (Post 14991384)
Hi Team,

I claiming 5 pts from my husband. He had working experience as below as Software engineer.

Working Experience: 21-Mar-2011 to 12-Apr-2013.

I am Done with ACS for my Spouse and result as skills have been assessed to be suitable for migration after March 2013.

I got 189 invite and is Spouse's Payslip mandatory document for 189- Visa lodge?

If you are claiming spouse points, then you should submit the same set of evidence that you are are submitting for the main applicant
So it would include payslips also
As far as mandatory is concerned, nothing is mandatory.
It’s the total evidence package that the CO sees but the payslips is obviously the starting point and most important

Cheers

baru369 18th November 2019 03:32 AM

Hi everyone,

Hope all of you are doing good...

After getting the 189 Visa grant, is it allowed for the secondary applicant to stay and work in Australia with out primary applicant staying in Australia ?

Thanks for your reply....

PrettyIsotonic 18th November 2019 03:35 AM

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Originally Posted by baru369 (Post 14991490)
Hi everyone,

Hope all of you are doing good...

After getting the 189 Visa grant, is it allowed for the secondary applicant to stay and work in Australia with out primary applicant staying in Australia ?

Thanks for your reply....

Yes - each member of the family unit that applied for the visa together will get their own visa grant, so each person will have to comply with the visa conditions as an individual.

Ceteris paribus the secondary applicant may be eligible for citizenship sooner / a RRV sooner.


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