New Australian Visa Tracker website
Posted in: Migration News by Rob on 15/10/2017
So you want to move to Australia?
A key question is: "How long will it take for me to get a visa?"
A very good and understandable question.
Of course you want to start your new life in Down Under.
Such information is also crucial as there is a lot to sort before you can move.
When do you put your house up for sale? – too early and you may have to move to temporary accommodation if your house is sold and your visa has not been issued.
If you are late you may be issued with your visa and you can not move because your home has not been sold and your equity is tied up at the property.
A visa issuance date is also important as you will not be able to arrange removals / transports, quarantines for your pets, flights and a host of other things without this date.
Fortunately, there are several ways to get information that will allow you to estimate when your application can be approved
The Ministry of Immigration and Border Management publishes approximate processing times on its website.
However, the information is not specific to your case and corresponds, for example, to "75% of requests processed in x days".
It is also possible to send a blank e-mail to DIBP for some visas. This triggers an automatic e-mail response containing approximate processing times.
Australia Migration Forums
Another method is to visit groups and forums like www.pomsinoz.com so many members publish visa schedules on the forums to compare with other members' schedules. On the websites you can also chat with other members who are also on the migration journey.
Australia Visa Timelines Immigration Trackers
A third way, and a method that is becoming increasingly popular, is the use of an immigration tracker. Australia Visa Timelines website,
In this way, you can enter important data about your visa application and compare it in tabular form with the data that other members have lost.
You can check who applied for the same visa, when you applied for it, from the same country, from the same profession, etc.
This will give you more insight into the estimated time that your visa will be granted.
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