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Old 02-06-2017, 03:05 AM
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Hello. We just got our PR visa approved today.

Our eligibility date was 27th February 2016 and we applied on the 9th February 2016.

Until yesterday, it just said received. So they finalised it in one day.

So about 11 months. Goodluck!
Congratulations ! So happy for you.

Could you please tell me if you had a valid AFP at the time you got your visa approved? (AFP's are valid 12 months from date of issue ?)

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Congratulations ! So happy for you.

Could you please tell me if you had a valid AFP at the time you got your visa approved? (AFP's are valid 12 months from date of issue ?)

Thank you .
Our AFP is from late January so I don't think that mattered given we applied beforehand - it expired on their clock, not ours.

We always just overloaded them with information. It's just a matter of time. I was willing to give it up to 12 months so I think wait till then.

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I don't think this is what happens with the majority of cases. Keep your head up everyone who is waiting, it will be our turn eventually. ��
Hi Mrs,

Do you have any update yet ?

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Do you have any update yet ?

Maddie
😭 Nothin yet

Congratulations!!!!


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😭 Nothin yet

Congratulations!!!!
Hi it's Maddie have you heard anything yet? Seems like others are going though but not mine yet. Ours is a little complex so I'm thinking maybe 12 months for my husbands.


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Hi it's Maddie have you heard anything yet? Seems like others are going though but not mine yet. Ours is a little complex so I'm thinking maybe 12 months for my husbands.
Hi Mrs,

No I haven't heard from them after my recent call(in which I was given an indicative timeframe of 2-3 more weeks). I'll keep you guys posted as soon as I hear anything and you do the same and good luck Mrs, you are so close , just hang in there


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Old 02-08-2017, 08:33 AM
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No I haven't heard from them after my recent call(in which I was given an indicative timeframe of 2-3 more weeks). I'll keep you guys posted as soon as I hear anything and you do the same and good luck Mrs, you are so close , just hang in there
Thanks itsmaddie! I'll definitely post as soon as we hear anything. It will be such a relief when it's all done and we get good news! I'll be thinking of you all and sending goodnight positive vibes your way!


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Partner Visa Offshore

Hello All,

I am new to this forum and bumped into this thread while looking answers for few questions that I have regarding partner visa (309/100).

I have a PR and lived in Aus for about 10 months. I was employed for around 6 months during that period as well. It has been almost 3 years since I came back to my home country. I got married a year ago and now thinking of moving to Aus again with my spouse.

We are planning to file a partner visa for my spouse from offshore(309/100) in next month. I will be flying first in June/July to start my job hunt in Aus. We will then file a visit visa (600) for my spouse in September so that we both can stay with each other for sometime while the partner visa is in process. However, I have a basic question regarding the residence of sponsor when partner is applying from offshore.

Can anyone please confirm if the sponsor needs to be residing in Aus while filing partner's visa application from offshore? or sponsor and partner both can be living outside Aus at the same time?


The Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection site mentions that the sponsor needs to be usual resident of Aus but it doesn't clearly say what it actually means. I am finding it pretty ambiguous so need some clarification on the same.

Sorry if I am repeating the question but I want to be doubly sure about the rules before going ahead.

Any help will be highly appreciated! Thanks!


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Hello All,

I am new to this forum and bumped into this thread while looking answers for few questions that I have regarding partner visa (309/100).

I have a PR and lived in Aus for about 10 months. I was employed for around 6 months during that period as well. It has been almost 3 years since I came back to my home country. I got married a year ago and now thinking of moving to Aus again with my spouse.

We are planning to file a partner visa for my spouse from offshore(309/100) in next month. I will be flying first in June/July to start my job hunt in Aus. We will then file a visit visa (600) for my spouse in September so that we both can stay with each other for sometime while the partner visa is in process. However, I have a basic question regarding the residence of sponsor when partner is applying from offshore.

Can anyone please confirm if the sponsor needs to be residing in Aus while filing partner's visa application from offshore? or sponsor and partner both can be living outside Aus at the same time?

The Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection site mentions that the sponsor needs to be usual resident of Aus but it doesn't clearly say what it actually means. I am finding it pretty ambiguous so need some clarification on the same.

Sorry if I am repeating the question but I want to be doubly sure about the rules before going ahead.

Any help will be highly appreciated! Thanks!

I think your spouse has to leave the country(aus) while her 309 visa is decided as it's an offshore visa. Few of my friends did the same (getting their spouse here on tourist visa) and later going overseas before the visa is decided. But partner visa takes almost a year these days so I think thats really a great idea. 👍


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Sorry I think I didn't answer what you were actually asking. Me and my wife both were overseas while filing her 309 visa. Now her visa is in stage 2 for PR. apparently this visa has got quite a long waiting period before PR


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