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It'll be at least 20 working days as your file goes through a complete audit by another case officer to ensure the decision is correct and they have followed their ops manual rules.
Give it another 2 weeks.
I had submitted my ITA application on 14th May 2015 at London branch and interview done on 28th June 2015. The case officer had informed me that I would get the visa status in 5 weeks but still the status is showing as 'Pending'. How long will it take to get the visa status currently at London Branch?

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I had submitted my ITA application on 14th May 2015 at London branch and interview done on 28th June 2015. The case officer had informed me that I would get the visa status in 5 weeks but still the status is showing as 'Pending'. How long will it take to get the visa status currently at London Branch?
Give them a break.
London Branch have taken on a mass of immigration workload from other offices across the world.
The timeline quoted is just a guide not a rule.
Following the immigration interview your case officer must review your whole file and make a decision on your application. Once this is complete another Immigration case officer must audit your whole file to ensure strict guidelines have been followed and to ensure the decision is the correct one. Only once this audit has been completed will your case officer inform you of their decision.
If you cannot be patient and wait then give Customer Services a call and ask or send them an email and ask where they are up to with your application.
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Give them a break.
London Branch have taken on a mass of immigration workload from other offices across the world.
The timeline quoted is just a guide not a rule.
Following the immigration interview your case officer must review your whole file and make a decision on your application. Once this is complete another Immigration case officer must audit your whole file to ensure strict guidelines have been followed and to ensure the decision is the correct one. Only once this audit has been completed will your case officer inform you of their decision.
If you cannot be patient and wait then give Customer Services a call and ask or send them an email and ask where they are up to with your application.
Thanks escapedtonz. Finally I got my Resident Visa on 27th Aug. I have 6 months to submit the passport to get the blue stickers. .
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Thanks escapedtonz. Finally I got my Resident Visa on 27th Aug. I have 6 months to submit the passport to get the blue stickers. .
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Hi All,
Hope you all are doing good. Well i just went through this thread and glad to hear that people are getting their visas APPROVED.
I had my interview on 12th of Feb and my CO told me to wait about 2 weeks for the outcome of my case. 1 week is down and i am anxiously waiting for the results. All of you are requested to please pray for me. Once the decesion would be here. Ill definitely be posting the results here.
Fingers Crossed for the best.
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Hi All,
Hope you all are doing good. Well i just went through this thread and glad to hear that people are getting their visas APPROVED.
I had my interview on 12th of Feb and my CO told me to wait about 2 weeks for the outcome of my case. 1 week is down and i am anxiously waiting for the results. All of you are requested to please pray for me. Once the decesion would be here. Ill definitely be posting the results here.
Fingers Crossed for the best.
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HI osama
will u plz share you interview questions.
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Hello,

I received a phone interview from INZ re my ESV application. The interview went well (I guess).
anyway, after the phone interview what is next? how many weeks should I wait for my visa to be approved?

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As far as I was aware INZ had dispensed from undertaking Immigration interviews. They were only ever conducted when the applicant didn't have a job or job offer to come to in NZ so they did the interview to assess whether or not they felt you would succeed here and settle.
If you are going through an Essential Skills Visa application you already have a job offer as that is the whole reason why you have applied so I don't get why you have been interviewed.

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do you think it is a bad sign or something else? I have a LIA handling my ESV application, should I inform her of the phone interview?
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do you think it is a bad sign or something else? I have a LIA handling my ESV application, should I inform her of the phone interview?
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Yes you should keep your immigration consultant informed.
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