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Federal Skilled Worker Applications - Under 25

Old Jan 30th 2010, 11:35 pm
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Even 2/3 years is very long but there are some real horror stories out there with some people having to wait up to 4 years.

If I'm not mistaken on this point I guess it is based on how complex you case is.
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Old Jan 30th 2010, 11:38 pm
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hopefully mine is a straight forward application, as i'm the single applicant, have enought funds and no bad criminal/medical history. Finger crossed
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Old Jan 31st 2010, 2:07 am
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Even 2/3 years is very long but there are some real horror stories out there with some people having to wait up to 4 years.

If I'm not mistaken on this point I guess it is based on how complex you case is.
Try New Delhi and Islamabad, where the wait was up to 8 years.
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Old Feb 1st 2010, 2:37 am
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Well I may as well brag about my relative youngness......
Submitted FSW application aged 23, visas received aged 25 and landed age 26 (2 and a bit weeks ago)
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Old Feb 1st 2010, 9:59 pm
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Well I may as well brag about my relative youngness......
Submitted FSW application aged 23, visas received aged 25 and landed age 26 (2 and a bit weeks ago)
Hay there transatlantic,

Sounds like your application experience was a positive one,

If you don't mind sharing, I am interested to know did you have much back and forth with your visa office? or was the whole process straight forward?

Thanks
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Old Feb 2nd 2010, 2:29 am
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Hay there transatlantic,

Sounds like your application experience was a positive one,

If you don't mind sharing, I am interested to know did you have much back and forth with your visa office? or was the whole process straight forward?

Thanks
Hi TopRank, It was all pretty simple despite all the worrying...
Docs submitted Aug 09 2/3 weeks wait until med requests, 3 week wait after meds for passport request, no extra info required despite having a little boy who was attending speech therapy courses.
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