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We were exactly the same time frame! Whereabouts in Aus are you going?
We'll head to Brisbane first, and then plan to move to Northern Queensland. Where are you headed?


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We'll head to Brisbane first, and then plan to move to Northern Queensland. Where are you headed?
Ahh lovely area!! We're going to Melbourne initially then moving up into country Victoria; town called Wangaratta xx

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Awesome! Huge congrats to you both BigCatTraveller...

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BIG CONGRATS Elza and Bigcat! So exciting! Enjoy your lives in Aus!

Oh, and believe it or not, Elza, I've heard of Wangaratta - hubby and I were driving between Sydney and Melbourne last weekend and we passed signs for it.

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BIG CONGRATS Elza and Bigcat! So exciting! Enjoy your lives in Aus!

Oh, and believe it or not, Elza, I've heard of Wangaratta - hubby and I were driving between Sydney and Melbourne last weekend and we passed signs for it.
Thank yooou!!!! You should have popped in...gorgeous town and brown brothers winery is also only down the road from wang lol xx

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Ahh lovely area!! We're going to Melbourne initially then moving up into country Victoria; town called Wangaratta xx
Good luck with the move!


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Could any Irish applicant please tell me how long their police certificate took to arrive. Mine doesn't have to be in till May but if it takes 3+ months to get it, I would want to be applying for it now. I imagine it's an extremely slow process even though it's only meant to take 3 weeks.

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Could any Irish applicant please tell me how long their police certificate took to arrive. Mine doesn't have to be in till May but if it takes 3+ months to get it, I would want to be applying for it now. I imagine it's an extremely slow process even though it's only meant to take 3 weeks.
i got mine in 3 days, i emailed my local station, detailed why i needed it and they were very fast in getting it to me


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My partner applied for his before Christmas in person but it was never sent out. We called 3 times chasing it up and eventually got a lovely Garda who posted it and sent us a colour scan of it within 3 days. I have had other friends say it took 2 - 3 weeks. I would order it ASAP just to have it.


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got assigned a co today
didnt ask for anymore docs, asked me to book a medical after 23rd august, its 6 months away but im stoked to have some sort of timeline

it was a weird one though. the agent i used last year for what was my failed application emailed me today saying dept of immi had been in touch and would i like them to represent me
hell no i said, not after last time, i rang london and they said my old contact details were used in error and they were sorry etc

i was so stoked to receive the mail, i looked at the details within and i clicked on the medical link and it says my visa is the 100. is this the permanent stage of the visa,, as i only applied for the 309. dont get me wrong, i aint knocking it. we've been defacto since 2012 and went through the heartache of a failed application in jan 2014, we've both moved to the other side of the world and back to be together so im not denying myself this bit of luck,if it is the perma stage

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