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Your immigration agent should be able to answer these questions.

Maybe I am old-fashioned, but it would help if you bothered to use capital letters and punctuation.

When dealing with visa matters, which are complicated by nature, it is best to be as clear and specific as you can be.

Personally I find it very disrespectful if people write to me in "FB speak", but maybe this is now the accepted norm?
 

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fair enough I didn't realise I was being judged on my spelling. However my partner is worride about how long his visa might take to process so My question is for the general public on their experience.
You're not being judged on your spelling. Punctuation is there for a reason. It separates the different sentences. If you want to make it easy for people to answer your questions, you should make it easy for them to read them.Your questions are very hard to understand.

You seem to be saying that you lodged a PMV in Australia in 2018, which is not possible, because they can only be lodged outside Australia. You then say you went overseas to get married in 2017 ?? And now you want to know how long it takes and what the next stage is?

I'm sorry, maybe the general public can make sense out of that, but I can't.

And what I really don't understand is that if you are paying a migration agent, why aren't they explaining all this to you? It's their job.
 
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