miércoles, mayo 31, 2006

Tiempos de Proceso.

Finalmente DIMIA ha implementado una forma de verificar cuales son las solicitudes que estan procesando en este momento, y de esa forma dar una indicacion del tamaño de la cola.

Para recibir la informacion, se debe enviar un email en blanco a aspc.processing@immi.gov.au

La informacion es actualizada cada semana, asi que publicare aqui el estatus de vez en cuando. La informacion actual es la siguiente:

A case officer will be appointed to assess the application as soon as
possible, however, the ASPC receives a large number of applications and you
will not be contacted immediately.
Applications lodged on the dates shown below are currently being allocated
to case officers for further processing:
As at 30 May 2006 the Adelaide Skilled Processing Centre is assessing
applications lodged on or before the following dates:
ONSHORE - paper based applications: 22 February 2006 (both priority and
non-priority applications)
ONSHORE- e-lodged (online) applications: 26 February 2006 (both priority
and non-priority applications)
SIR - paper based applications: 15 March 2006
SIR - e-lodged (online) applications: 30 April 2006
Priority Applications: In the range of 29 December 2005 to 6 January 2006
Non-Priority Applications: In the range of 10 October to 17 October 2005

Onshore means that the visa being applied for can be granted while the
applicant is in Australia.
e-lodged applications lodged online have quicker processing times.
See:Online Services - General Skilled Migration
SIR visas: All applicants for a Skilled - Independent Regional [SIR]
visa receive priority processing.

Offshore: means that the visa being applied for can only be granted
when the applicant is outside of Australia.

If a visa application was made before the earliest relevant date as shown
above and you have not been contacted by a case officer please contact the
Adelaide Skilled Processing Centre at: adelaide.skilled.centre@immi.gov.au

Applications eligible for priority processing
1. Applicants whose nominated occupation is on the Migration
Occuptations in Demand List (MODL)
2. For applicants whose nominated occupation is not on the MODL,
applications for any of the following visas are given priority:
a) Skill Matching (Migrant) (Class BR) - Subclass 134 - Skill Matching
b) Skilled - Independent (Migrant) (Class BN) – Subclass 137 - Skilled -
State/Territory-nominated Independent
c) Skilled - Australian-sponsored (Migrant) (Class BQ) - Subclass 139 -
Skilled - Designated Area – Sponsored
d) Skilled - Independent Regional (Provisional) (Class UX) - Subclass
495 - Skilled - Independent Regional (Provisional)
e) Skilled New Zealand (Residence) visa class (Class DB) - Subclass 863
- Skilled - Onshore Regional-Sponsored New Zealand Citizen
f) Skilled — Australian-sponsored Overseas Student (Residence) (Class
DE) - Subclass 882 - Skilled — Designated Area-sponsored Overseas Student
Eligibility for priority processing does not mean that any processing
requirements can be waived.

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