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Old 10-26-2015, 05:45 AM
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Hi All,

I wish to inform everyone that my visa Subclass 100 has been granted today. As I worried about delay in processing, but Such a relief now. Thank you for being patient with my silly enquiries. Wish you all the best ahead
Hi there,

Can you please let us know when you applied/submitted your application for Sub-Class 100 and when it got approved ? How did you get the grant via email or post ?

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Old 10-29-2015, 08:48 AM
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Hi everyone, can someone please explain to me what eligibility date is.

Also, I applied for onshore partner visa but got refused, as I was on bridging visa and did not have any compelling reasons to waive Schedule 3 (but they did mention in the refusal letter that they believe our relationship is genuine). Therefore, I had to go back home and applied offshore partner visa. Hopefully, I won't get any troubles this time.
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Old 10-29-2015, 08:50 AM
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It will be the 2 years after the date you applied for the 309. However if you have been married or de facto for 3 years (2 years with a child) then you will get granted PR straight up.


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Old 10-30-2015, 02:09 AM
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It will be the 2 years after the date you applied for the 309. However if you have been married or de facto for 3 years (2 years with a child) then you will get granted PR straight up.
so you reckon after I got refused a few times, applying offshore would be a better chance?

Thanks heaps for your help!
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Old 10-30-2015, 02:13 AM
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so you reckon after I got refused a few times, applying offshore would be a better chance?

Thanks heaps for your help!
Tish
Are you in Australia now on your TR visa?

Not sure that applying onshore or offshore for your PR would make too much difference as you can be anywhere when it's granted anyway.


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Are you in Australia now on your TR visa?

Not sure that applying onshore or offshore for your PR would make too much difference as you can be anywhere when it's granted anyway.
Hi Arabella,

Nah, after all those years, I ended up going back home to apply offshore, start everything again, lodged the application on 7th October, just waiting for my police certificate to be translated then submit it.


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For your temporary or permanent visa?


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For your temporary or permanent visa?
for PR, as my husband and I have been in defacto since 2012 and got married last year.


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Well as far as I'm aware there's nothing stopping you going back to Australia to wait for it. With PR it doesn't matter where you are when you apply. Unless you're thinking of processing times but not sure how that would affect things.


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I'm currently applying for offshore partner visa, which means I have to be outside Australia when I apply and when the visa is granted.


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