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Old 01-30-2017, 09:24 PM
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Hi has anyone got news of recent partner visas from London? Haven't seen any grants in ages, I'm wondering if things have slowed down a bit, all quiet.......


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Someone on another forum got their grant today from London - 5 months and 9 days after applying.

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Hi everyone,
We got our CO assigned yesterday, a week shy of 3 months which seems to be about right from what I have seen of others timelines.
Our CO is A, does anyone know what she's like?
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Hello, sorry to jump into this discussion, but I will be part of it soon if someone will tell me which number on Australian birth certificate(Queensland) is the correct one? WE have 2 numbers one on the top right corner with letter and one on the first line. Did u have to fill the same info in or it's just on the new forms??


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Sorry, forgive my ignorance - when you say 'grant' you mean the temp visa?


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Old 02-07-2017, 10:55 PM
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Is anyone still waiting for a CO to be assigned after more than 6 months waiting?

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Hello!
May someone knows:
I got PMV300 visa already and plan on to get married in oz.
The question is ; Do we have to submit partner visa immediately after marriage OR until PMV300 is valid???

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Ah ok, Maybe that is what i am looking for


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Hello!
May someone knows:
I got PMV300 visa already and plan on to get married in oz.
The question is ; Do we have to submit partner visa immediately after marriage OR until PMV300 is valid???

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You have to submit it BEFORE the PMV runs out

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You will have a CO but because you front loaded your application you won't have heard from them. We applied the 18th August (heard from CO on the 12th Jan to complete medical/pc). We are just waiting now. I imagine we will hear within the next month. Hopefully!
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