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Old 09-12-2016, 02:33 PM
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Sorry I rember talking to you the other day you loged the 20 April lol
Haha. I know it's such a pain, right?!


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This waiting is the absolute worst! Check my immi acct twice a day and then have to remind myself that theoretically it can take up to 14 months if the immi website is correct! Just coming up five and half months....feels like 2 years so far


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Yes we are going for the prospective marriage visa. Is that the one you're going for? Fingers crossed we all hear good news very soon!
Hi everyone,

Just advising that my partner and I received the grant notification email yesterday!! SO SO happy and cant believe it took just under 6 months!!! We can finally start making arrangements now for our life in Australia.

Our process details:

DOL: 26th March 2016 (inc. Medical and Police Checks)
Applied: Offshore AHC London
Case Officer allocated: 3 June 2016
Grant notification: 13 September 2016

Wishing you all the best of luck! Keep positive as the wait is worth it

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Congratulations EJB! Good luck with the move.

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Hi everyone,

Just advising that my partner and I received the grant notification email yesterday!! SO SO happy and cant believe it took just under 6 months!!! We can finally start making arrangements now for our life in Australia.

Our process details:

DOL: 26th March 2016 (inc. Medical and Police Checks)
Applied: Offshore AHC London
Case Officer allocated: 3 June 2016
Grant notification: 13 September 2016

Wishing you all the best of luck! Keep positive as the wait is worth it
Oh my goodness!!!!! Congratulations!!!!! What fantastic news and a very quick grant. So happy for you both and hope you enjoy planning your future. What initial does your case officers name start with? Hoping it's the same as mine and they're granting all their applications haha! Really happy for you xxx


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Hi everyone,

Just advising that my partner and I received the grant notification email yesterday!! SO SO happy and cant believe it took just under 6 months!!! We can finally start making arrangements now for our life in Australia.

Our process details:

DOL: 26th March 2016 (inc. Medical and Police Checks)
Applied: Offshore AHC London
Case Officer allocated: 3 June 2016
Grant notification: 13 September 2016

Wishing you all the best of luck! Keep positive as the wait is worth it
That's brilliant news Best of luck with the move!!!


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Congratulations.
Let's hope you're the first of a flurry, as its been very quiet lately and we are all subject to the dreaded quota system.

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Congratulations.
Let's hope you're the first of a flurry, as its been very quiet lately and we are all subject to the dreaded quota system.
Let's hope so, after all, it's been the summer holidays. Maybe it was a bit slower because of that?

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Oh my goodness!!!!! Congratulations!!!!! What fantastic news and a very quick grant. So happy for you both and hope you enjoy planning your future. What initial does your case officers name start with? Hoping it's the same as mine and they're granting all their applications haha! Really happy for you xxx
Thanks so much everyone! We are still in shock and absolutely stoked.

@Visa2016, case officer initial of first name is A !!


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Out of curiosity, what relationship proof did all of you use?

I've been married for 18 months, we have loads of photos, marriage cert, Australian (2nd wedding) blessing certificate, a few joint bills, our rental agreement (but only from this year, our last apt I was not on lease as I was still living in Canada when my husband moved in). For my UK visa I provided samples of Viber msgs and stuff, but is that still necessary for Australian partner if we're married? We're debating on getting a joint bank account, but we've managed fine without one so far, it would just be for this, and I worry that just signing up for a joint one now would look suspect?


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