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    Latest DHA Global Visa Processing Time Update

    Jul 25,2022

    Latest DHA Global Visa Processing Time Update.

    DHA updated its global visa application processing time every month. The processing time decides based on the previous month’s number of applications. Australia has reduced the Wuhan virus COVID 19 restrictions. As a result, a good number of candidates are expected to Immigrate to Australia. This recent update will give an overview of how much time it will take to complete the submitted applications.

    Visitor and Working Holiday Makers Visa

    There are additional processing times information is available for the particular visa applications, those are recently submitted. As far as the visitor and working holiday makers visa programs’ new applicants are concerned, the department has provided much better info on processing times. Two dates will be considered for the processing time. First, from the date an applicant is becoming Eligible for Immigrate to Australia after border opening. Secondly, the date when the applicants have applied after the border opening.

    Processing times are declared for the most of all the visa subclasses. However, a few subclasses are closed to those the new entrants, capped and queued applicants. The subclasses are closed for those as well whose decision in the month to provide a reliable indicator of Australia Visa processing time.

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    About DHA Global Visa Processing Time

    According to the DHA, the global processing time can be displayed on calendar days. The impact of the time taken globally to be finalised on 25, 50, 75 and 90% of Australia Immigration Visa applications.​

    Processing Times are Impacted Each Month By:

    • Incomplete applications
    • Complex cases
    • Changes in application volumes
    • Changes to ministerial directions.
    Visa Subclass Update 19 July 2022
    25% 50% 75% 90%
    100 5 Months 9 Months 18 Months 29 Months
    309 5 Months 9 Months 20 Months 32 Months
    801 3 Months 5 Months 12 Months 21 Months
    820 6 Months 9 Months 21 Months 33 Months
    802 7 Months 8 Months 13 Months 16 Months
    189 (Points-tested) 23 Months 25 Months 36 Months 39 Months
    190 4 Months 7 Months 8 Months 10 Months
    491 (State) 3 Months 6 Months 9 Months 22 Months
    491 (Family) 6 Months 7 Months 15 Months 23 Months
    887 18 Months 19 Months 21 Months 25 Months
    485 (Graduate Work) 10 Months 10 Months 11 Months 13 Months
    485 (Post-Study Work) 7 Months 8 Months 12 Months 14 Months
    (Higher Education Sector)
    16 Days 29 Days 57 Days 7 Months
    600 (Sponsored Family) 28 Days 36 Days 45 Days 50 Days
    600 (Tourist) Less than 1 Day 6 Days 26 Days 37 Days

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    Note: for more details, you can follow the DHA website’s linkimmi.homeaffairs.gov.au

    Circumstances Affecting the Processing Time

    Based on the individual circumstance the processing times can vary.

    • If the candidates have lodged complete applications. However, these applications include all the necessary supporting documents.
    • The prompt response also matters a lot when the department may raise any request for more information.
    • The duration of the required checks is based on the supporting documents and information provided.
    • The time-taking for the information comes from the external agencies affects processing time as well. This includes health, character, and national security requirements.
    • Processing time is also affected especially in the permanent migration visa applications. That depends on the checks on how many places are available in the migration program.

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