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Its my immense pleasure to announce that we family of 3 got our grant today morning. As i was in night duty so was late to inform you all wonderful guys. My lodgement date was 28-jan-2019 and it was luckily a DG. Occupation code- 312312
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Happy to inform that we a family of 3 have received our grants this morning by God's grace. It is a DG!!

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Hi everyone! We had our first CO contact 2 days ago on Sep 10th.

My husband and I lodged our 190 visa sponsored by QLD (Physiotherapist) on January 30th without our Medicals and Police Check because we wanted to gain some time as we are overseas and it worked!! CO asked only for those documents and now we have 28 days to send them....

Just sharing, as it has been so helpful to read all of your cases!! Thanks a lot

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Hi everyone! We had our first CO contact 2 days ago on Sep 10th.

My husband and I lodged our 190 visa sponsored by QLD (Physiotherapist) on January 30th without our Medicals and Police Check because we wanted to gain some time as we are overseas and it worked!! CO asked only for those documents and now we have 28 days to send them....

Just sharing, as it has been so helpful to read all of your cases!! Thanks a lot
Very strange that you purposely delay the processing of your case this way.

You could have had your grant now then ask for IED waiver to have more time doing whatever you're doing, or even visit Australia couple of days to activate your PR then leave and not think about it for the next 4 years at least.



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Very strange that you purposely delay the processing of your case this way.

You could have had your grant now then ask for IED waiver to have more time doing whatever you're doing, or even visit Australia couple of days to activate your PR then leave and not think about it for the next 4 years at least.



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Hi!! Thanks for your reply.

I know, that was a tough decision but we read some cases that people had to do again their medicals because they are processing it quite slow so we took the chance. Also, I couldn't find much information about IED waiver... do you know anything about it? How long can you extend it for? Because that's something we still can do if we need more time... right?

Visiting Australia then leaving for too long is not something we want to do as we are planning to apply for citizenship after 4 years...

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Hi!! Thanks for your reply.

I know, that was a tough decision but we read some cases that people had to do again their medicals because they are processing it quite slow so we took the chance. Also, I couldn't find much information about IED waiver... do you know anything about it? How long can you extend it for? Because that's something we still can do if we need more time... right?

Visiting Australia then leaving for too long is not something we want to do as we are planning to apply for citizenship after 4 years...
Most applicants are now being given a IED of one year from the date of the grant irrespective of when their pcc or medicals are expiring
If you are also given a 1 year IED, it would be very difficult to get a waiver, as I see no credible reason that you can give to justify the same
There is no provision for extending the IED. It’s either the same or entirely waived off

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Most applicants are now being given a IED of one year from the date of the grant irrespective of when their pcc or medicals are expiring
If you are also given a 1 year IED, it would be very difficult to get a waiver, as I see no credible reason that you can give to justify the same
There is no provision for extending the IED. Itís either the same or entirely waived off

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That was very helpful information, thank you!! I hope they give us a IED of one year from grant. Delaying our pcc and medicals helped us anyway then.

One more question: in a standard situation the visa is valid for 5 years from the date you enter Australia, right? If you do get a IED waived off it means it will be valid 5 years from "visa grant notice"?

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That was very helpful information, thank you!! I hope they give us a IED of one year from grant. Delaying our pcc and medicals helped us anyway then.

One more question: in a standard situation the visa is valid for 5 years from the date you enter Australia, right? If you do get a IED waived off it means it will be valid 5 years from "visa grant notice"?
In any case, the visa is valid indefinitely. The five year time period is for multiple travel out of Australia. Post 5 years, you need to obtain a RRV - Resident Return Visa to come back to Australia.

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