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Old 03-30-2013, 03:29 AM
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Thank you guys!! The support from ths forum is amazing!!
Quick question, i might b a little paranoid, i was still on my TV till 2014/ multiple entry/3 months each visit, of course with the 309 being approved so tht cancells the TV right..i was already planning on going to aus in May before the 309 came out, so...does tht mean i can still go back to jkt as planned n permanently move later on ? (Says on visa latest entry by sept)
I hv stuff to get settled, banking, paperworks, any hint as to wht else i should make ready bfore i move?
Thanks so much for the ongoing support.

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Old 04-04-2013, 04:54 PM
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Hey there... I'm also Indonesian, and my partner is in Australia. Great news today that my de-facto partner visa is granted... I'm ready to fly back to Perth to see my man again soon had been waiting for almost 5 months, but its all paid now. I hope all of you here will be hearing a good news too soon.


P.S. I'm glad there some Indonesian too in this forum

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Old 04-05-2013, 12:07 AM
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Hey there... I'm also Indonesian, and my partner is in Australia. Great news today that my de-facto partner visa is granted... I'm ready to fly back to Perth to see my man again soon had been waiting for almost 5 months, but its all paid now. I hope all of you here will be hearing a good news too soon.


P.S. I'm glad there some Indonesian too in this forum
Selamat yo

Good news for you and 5 months is fast for the 309 partner visa.

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Old 04-05-2013, 02:24 AM
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Selamat yo

Good news for you and 5 months is fast for the 309 partner visa.
Than you mine is not 309, but 461.. its actually 2 months longer than the standard process time.

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Old 04-05-2013, 03:00 AM
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Ah my bad... at least it's all done now anyway, that's the stress out of the way

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Hi all - I've been gathering info from this forum for a while now but I'm a first time poster so forgive me if I do anything I'm not supposed to.
I am an Australian citizen with partner from Indonesia. We have been making plans and gathering evidence for off shore partner visa (de facto) for the last 12mths but I just wanted to check out what others think of our plans and get any advice I can.
We have been in a relationship since Feb 2011 and registered our relationship in NSW in Feb 2013. We have visited each other in our home countries many times and I am about to move to Bali so that we can live together for the first time. We plan to lodge his application in Sept 13 after we have lived together for 6mths.
I think we have enough evidence in all other areas ie lots of photos together, joint travel, shared expenses, will, superannuation, and life insurance cert, Skype call logs when apart, lots of friends willing to write stat decs for us. We obviously have the next 6mths to gather more evidence when we actually live together but I worry that 6mths living together might not be enough. I understand that the relationship registration can waive the 12mth requirement but is that just 12mths 'living together' that is waived and you still have to prove 'defacto' for a 12mth period by other means? Because we have only just registered our relationship I'm worried about our chances of getting the 309 approved. We have thought about PMV but prefer not to do it that way if we have a good chance of 309 being granted..
I would appreciate any thoughts...


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Hi Meesha121, I could be wrong, but in my opinion it will still require you to living together for at least 12 months to apply a de-facto partner visa, unless you're planning to get married soon, already in marriage relationship, or have child/children together you may ignore the 12 months living together requirement. For the exact and valid information maybe you can ask this matter to DIAC Jakarta by email?

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Update of PMV stage 2 - I submitted our application on the 18th of Jan, aside from the acknowledgment letter saying the estimated time is 13 months(!!!) I haven't heard anything. I sent an email last week asking for confirmation of receipt of form 80 and when I can expect a CO and received an auto reply advising if the 13 months is not up they won't reply to any enquiries. I was told it would take approx 6 months to get TR, I'm happy he is here and we're together but am a bit daunted by a 13 month wait.

Congrats Ria and esme, it's the success stories that give the rest of us some hope


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Update of PMV stage 2 - I submitted our application on the 18th of Jan, aside from the acknowledgment letter saying the estimated time is 13 months(!!!) I haven't heard anything. I sent an email last week asking for confirmation of receipt of form 80 and when I can expect a CO and received an auto reply advising if the 13 months is not up they won't reply to any enquiries. I was told it would take approx 6 months to get TR, I'm happy he is here and we're together but am a bit daunted by a 13 month wait.

Congrats Ria and esme, it's the success stories that give the rest of us some hope
once an indo friend in Perth who did the PMV a long time ago suggested me to lodge the tourist visa straight away after I lodged the partner application. This is considering that they might told you to stay in Indo land if your first medical wont be enough for the MOC(this happened to me coz i didnt listen to my friend huhuhu)
If i may suggest you, just put the TR application asap, so it'll be process asap too. then you can go with your partner to Oz once you're sure all evidence is complete. I also wonder if you can do the med.check in australia, it'd be so much better, but im not sure.
it'll be a challenging situation while waiting for more than a year for your visa comes through, I only waited for 4.5 months but it felt like years... semangat!!!

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You can do your medical in Australia but from what I've heard, it's a *lot* more expensive.

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