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Old 02-08-2017, 01:33 PM
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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. 👍
Thanks for your reply. Do you by any chance have any idea about my question regarding where should the sponsor be residing (onshore or offshore)while partner is filing a visa application?


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Thanks for your reply. Do you by any chance have any idea about my question regarding where should the sponsor be residing (onshore or offshore)while partner is filing a visa application?
Partner could be residing anywhere. In my case we both were overseas and in my friends case they were in australia and their spouse were overseas.


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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 ?)

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Hi itsmaddie we received an email today and got a request for a new AFP certificate b/c the one we supplied has expired as it's been over 12months since we submitted our documents. I will let you know when we hear anything else. 🙃

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Hi itsmaddie we received an email today and got a request for a new AFP certificate b/c the one we supplied has expired as it's been over 12months since we submitted our documents. I will let you know when we hear anything else. ��
Hi Mrs,

It's good news that your application is being assessed

Once you send them your AFP, you should receive a grant ! Keep us in the loop and Good Luck .

P.S. - My AFP has expired too, do you think I should get one ready before they ask for it? Do you think it is a standard thing that everyone must have a valid AFP at the time of grant ??

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Hi Mrs,

It's good news that your application is being assessed

Once you send them your AFP, you should receive a grant ! Keep us in the loop and Good Luck .

P.S. - My AFP has expired too, do you think I should get one ready before they ask for it? Do you think it is a standard thing that everyone must have a valid AFP at the time of grant ??

Maddie
I think it's probably best to do it. It is a character requirement so it's important to have it. For the sake of a small amount of money I would do it and upload it to your immi account then you won't have to wait longer if they ask you for it. It just so nice to know we are moving along. It will be your turn too very soon.

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I think it's probably best to do it. It is a character requirement so it's important to have it. For the sake of a small amount of money I would do it and upload it to your immi account then you won't have to wait longer if they ask you for it. It just so nice to know we are moving along. It will be your turn too very soon.
Makes sense to me I just applied for a new AFP . Let me know how you go with the results

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Old 02-10-2017, 08:01 AM
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Hi All,

I just have a question and sorry if someone has already asked.

I am currently on a 309 and in Sydney which was approved in April 2016.

Whats the next process? just wait?

We applied in London via a paper application in Aug 2015.


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Hi All,

I just have a question and sorry if someone has already asked.

I am currently on a 309 and in Sydney which was approved in April 2016.

Whats the next process? just wait?

We applied in London via a paper application in Aug 2015.
You should get an E-Mail (2 months before the 2 year mark/eligibility date) asking you to provide evidence of your relationship since the grant of the 309.


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Partner could be residing anywhere. In my case we both were overseas and in my friends case they were in australia and their spouse were overseas.
Yes partner can be anywhere but how about the sponsor. In my case I am living offshore for 3 years. I got married last year and want to file partner visa from offshore. will it be possible in my case?

Thanks!


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Old 02-10-2017, 09:49 AM
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Yes partner can be anywhere but how about the sponsor. In my case I am living offshore for 3 years. I got married last year and want to file partner visa from offshore. will it be possible in my case?

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Are you a citizen or permanent resident?


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