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Old 12th August 2019, 08:14 AM
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262 days gone and there is no response at all, almost 3 months gone after contacted by case officer.
Thought you had some contact which you used to contact DHA/CO directly? Have they replied your last email to them?

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Thought you had some contact which you used to contact DHA/CO directly? Have they replied your last email to them?
Dead silence and now they dont wanna reply any query.

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Hi Guys

just for the info one of my friend

is DHA has any minimum salary requirement for Skilled migration applicants?
as he getting low salary he is worrying to upload payslips to immiacc. He just submitted employment confirmation letter and skilled assessment.

please advise if anybody know

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Hi Guys

just for the info one of my friend

is DHA has any minimum salary requirement for Skilled migration applicants?
as he getting low salary he is worrying to upload payslips to immiacc. He just submitted employment confirmation letter and skilled assessment.

please advise if anybody know
There is no such condition as far I know. As salary in developing countries can be quite low. Not uploading can he doubtful for case officer so better upload whatever salary slips he have to make his case strong.

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There is no such condition as far I know. As salary in developing countries can be quite low. Not uploading can he doubtful for case officer so better upload whatever salary slips he have to make his case strong.

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I applied on 16th Oct 2018, first CO contact 04th Jan 2019.I am still waiting for response.

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As per immitracker, the last grant/ CO contact was on 4th August.

I've just spoken to my migration agent. She said at this stage, it's normal to wait 2-3 months for CO to get back to you after he/she contacted the applicant. Based on their previous experience, there is no point in emailing the CO to check the progress as they won't reply. There is no way to call the case officer too. The only way is to call the call centre who will relay the message to your case officer. Again, the case officer won't reply. She said it's best to leave things as it is in order not to agitate the case officer. We can only wait patiently for the case officer.

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Typo. Last grant/CO contact was on 8 Aug.

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As per immitracker, the last grant/ CO contact was on 4th August.

I've just spoken to my migration agent. She said at this stage, it's normal to wait 2-3 months for CO to get back to you after he/she contacted the applicant. Based on their previous experience, there is no point in emailing the CO to check the progress as they won't reply. There is no way to call the case officer too. The only way is to call the call centre who will relay the message to your case officer. Again, the case officer won't reply. She said it's best to leave things as it is in order not to agitate the case officer. We can only wait patiently for the case officer.

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As per immitracker, the last grant/ CO contact was on 4th August.

I've just spoken to my migration agent. She said at this stage, it's normal to wait 2-3 months for CO to get back to you after he/she contacted the applicant. Based on their previous experience, there is no point in emailing the CO to check the progress as they won't reply. There is no way to call the case officer too. The only way is to call the call centre who will relay the message to your case officer. Again, the case officer won't reply. She said it's best to leave things as it is in order not to agitate the case officer. We can only wait patiently for the case officer.

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Exact words from migration agent too..so its better just divert our minds onto other things....
But our heart doesn't allow to do so....always checking immitracket and this forum topic daily

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As per immitracker, the last grant/ CO contact was on 4th August.

I've just spoken to my migration agent. She said at this stage, it's normal to wait 2-3 months for CO to get back to you after he/she contacted the applicant. Based on their previous experience, there is no point in emailing the CO to check the progress as they won't reply. There is no way to call the case officer too. The only way is to call the call centre who will relay the message to your case officer. Again, the case officer won't reply. She said it's best to leave things as it is in order not to agitate the case officer. We can only wait patiently for the case officer.

Hope this helps. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Exact words from migration agent too..so its better just divert our minds onto other things....
But our heart doesn't allow to do so....always checking immitracket and this forum topic daily
I understand the feeling. But no choice really. We are at the mercy of the case officer despite paying so much money. I believe at this stage, patience will work miracles for us. The grant will come, in a matter of time.

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