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Topic # 185478 24-Nov-2015 14:32
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Hi

Applied for a transit visa on 5th November. My flight transiting through Australia is on the 4th of December. Just wondering if anyone can let me know what sort of processing time is there like during November December? Would be a massive bummer if i have to change my flight. Officially it says 10 working days.

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  Reply # 1433960 24-Nov-2015 15:11
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What type of passport do you hold?



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  Reply # 1433962 24-Nov-2015 15:18
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hey

a Pakistani passport (not ideal I know =P), but last year my transit visa came within 3 days, so not really sure what the hold up is.

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  Reply # 1433964 24-Nov-2015 15:23
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probably best not asking in a kiwi forum as most of us wouldn't know. 

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  Reply # 1433965 24-Nov-2015 15:23
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It is like when foreigners ask me about getting kiwi work visas , i don't know, I've never needed to apply for one. 

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  Reply # 1433966 24-Nov-2015 15:24
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surfisup1000: probably best not asking in a kiwi forum as most of us wouldn't know. 


Yeah, unfortunately I suspect very few here will have an answer for you. You would be best to contact the relevant authority in Australia to find out.




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  Reply # 1433969 24-Nov-2015 15:29
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I'm assuming you've sent your passport to the Australian High Commission? Best thing would simply be to ring them.


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  Reply # 1434297 25-Nov-2015 07:27
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I hear that it is taking a lot longer now than it was a few months ago. Can you rebook onto another route?

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