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Old 10th March 2014, 05:08 AM
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Looking at the pace of grants I thought of resigning from my present job in India, as I have three months notice to serve before quitting. I now realize the importance of senior's advise on not to resign. I would have been in a bad situation had I resigned.

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Looking at the pace of grants I thought of resigning from my present job in India, as I have three months notice to serve before quitting. I now realize the importance of senior's advise on not to resign. I would have been in a bad situation had I resigned.

Right, It would had been a bad situation if you had resigned.

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Yes you are probably right, I was very on time submitting all my required documents, as soon as I was able to..... I suppose it also makes it easier when work references can be easily checked....
Hey Judy and Rob,

I have also uploaded all relevant docs from the outset except PCC and medicals. I am in the process of arranging them and hopefully these will be arranged within this this week or early next.. then it will be CO's discretion to decide on my case. I believe it makes things easier for the CO if he / she has all the details in front of him / her...

May I please request you to share your timelines.

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thanks I can upload the doco now.

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Hi Chiku,

Got invite for QLD sponsor 26/04, initially i put my EOI back in nov 2012, and was told I wasn't illegible ..... A different person re contacted me on feb 2013, who said I did qualify.... I had to provide contract of employment, commitment to work in qld, bank statements to the effect we could support ourselves... CO granted 15/05 My medical completed 20/05. Uploaded majority of docs pcc, employment history, skills assessment, degree education cert etc etc...immediately ... Then my medical last, as I had to repeat it, even though I had had one more in depth in England .. April 2012. Grant ... 27/05.
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Hi Chiku,

Got invite for QLD sponsor 26/04, initially i put my EOI back in nov 2012, and was told I wasn't illegible ..... A different person re contacted me on feb 2013, who said I did qualify.... I had to provide contract of employment, commitment to work in qld, bank statements to the effect we could support ourselves... CO granted 15/05 My medical completed 20/05. Uploaded majority of docs pcc, employment history, skills assessment, degree education cert etc etc...immediately ... Then my medical last, as I had to repeat it, even though I had had one more in depth in England .. April 2012. Grant ... 27/05.
Hi Judy & Rob,

That was fast !!

Lets see what happens in my case... I am not in a rush but I wont mind if grant is given asap, this will give me ample time to plan out things in a better way.

BTW, who am i chatting with here, is it judy or rob? and where are you guys in UK?

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Hi Chiku,

It's Judy... :-D

Yes it was very quick.... CO was very good, ppl seem very wary of phoning them,I had to in my case, and she was very nice....
Hope it all goes smoothly for you..it wasn't in the first instance for us, as explained, being given wrong information, was very stressful ...but it all turned out well in the end

We are in Brisbane....was in sunny Yorkshire, then came here on a 457 April 2012 :-D

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Hi Chiku,

It's Judy... :-D

Yes it was very quick.... CO was very good, ppl seem very wary of phoning them,I had to in my case, and she was very nice....
Hope it all goes smoothly for you..it wasn't in the first instance for us, as explained, being given wrong information, was very stressful ...but it all turned out well in the end

We are in Brisbane....was in sunny Yorkshire, then came here on a 457 April 2012 :-D

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Hey Judy,

I am glad things worked out fine for you guys.

I believe it entirely depends on a CO's mood at that point of time, if he / she is in a good mood then all will be fine and if not then it can be disastrous, its like a visa Councillor in an embassy... I remember when I went to US embassy for the very first time, i was asked innumerable questions and I had to show all sorts of documents to prove that I am not a potential immigrant, however after a few years, in the case of my children and wife, we were not asked even a single question and all were granted visa without uttering a single word. So it varies from one individual to another..

Anyways, how is the Aussie economy doing right now? and may I please request you to give me some insight on tax refunds for a family who has two young children (4 & 6 years)....

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I had lodged my visa application on 14th Feb, 2014.

Still no information about CO allocation. Almost a month now.

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I had lodged my visa application on 14th Feb, 2014.

Still no information about CO allocation. Almost a month now.
Its been just 3 over weeks... their normal time is 6-7 weeks. However, you never know they may be working on your case even right now. .

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