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Hi everyone, I applied for my PMV (309/100) in London on 3rd May and still waiting... I can't believe I've only just discovered this site/thread! It's great to know other people are in the same boat and that visas are actually being granted. It looks like most of them are taking eight and a half to nine months so I'm very hopeful of some good news soon! Does anyone else have CO with initials AW?
Hi - Wow your the first person I've seen with AW as a CO. We have her as well. We applied in June so I'll be stalking your profile to see when you have been granted


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I wonder how much difference the individual CO actually makes? Well I'll let you know as soon as I get any news! I assume we get email notification?
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Hi everyone, I applied for my PMV (309/100) in London on 3rd May and still waiting... I can't believe I've only just discovered this site/thread! It's great to know other people are in the same boat and that visas are actually being granted. It looks like most of them are taking eight and a half to nine months so I'm very hopeful of some good news soon! Does anyone else have CO with initials AW?
I applied the 16th of April and still waiting. My co told me most applications are taking the full 9 months now

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Wow. So I'll be tracking your profile to hear when you've been granted your visa

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She said should be granted by next Friday that's my 9th month mark. Fingers crossed

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Yeah - I also read a UK-to-Aus migration forum, and spouse visas there seem to be taking the full 9 months now. At least you all got your applications in before the new 10-14 month timeline kicked in!

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Hi everyone, I applied for my PMV (309/100) in London on 3rd May and still waiting... I can't believe I've only just discovered this site/thread! It's great to know other people are in the same boat and that visas are actually being granted. It looks like most of them are taking eight and a half to nine months so I'm very hopeful of some good news soon! Does anyone else have CO with initials AW?

I will be watching for your visa grant and hopefully that will mean just a month more for me!!!


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Hello, just wondering of any UK offshore partner applicants in 2014 were requested to provide form 80? I know a lot of you guys probably included it without being asked but did anyone's case officer specifically request it? Thank you and I hope to see many more grants in the coming weeks! (Partner applied early Sept 2014, so still a long wait for us, but still get excited when you see others getting theirs and its one step closer to ours!) : )


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Hello, just wondering of any UK offshore partner applicants in 2014 were requested to provide form 80? I know a lot of you guys probably included it without being asked but did anyone's case officer specifically request it? Thank you and I hope to see many more grants in the coming weeks! (Partner applied early Sept 2014, so still a long wait for us, but still get excited when you see others getting theirs and its one step closer to ours!) : )
I just included it with mine when applying


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Hello, just wondering of any UK offshore partner applicants in 2014 were requested to provide form 80? I know a lot of you guys probably included it without being asked but did anyone's case officer specifically request it? Thank you and I hope to see many more grants in the coming weeks! (Partner applied early Sept 2014, so still a long wait for us, but still get excited when you see others getting theirs and its one step closer to ours!) : )
I never completed Form 80 and wasn't asked to (although I haven't had my visa granted yet so may still be asked!) I think most of the questions in the form are included in the online application form, other than employment and education.

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