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Old 02-07-2018, 08:37 AM
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Question Share your experience please

Hi All!

Just wanting to get some advise and hear about your experience on your Subclass 100 application.

I am aware 308 and 100 were applied at the same time at the time of the application lodgement for 308.

I am confused though. I looked at DIBP website and the below states.

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/309-/Partner-(Provisional)-visa-(subclass-309)-and-Partner-(Migrant)-visa-(subclass-100)-document-checklist?tab=1&heading=document-checklist

"You do not need to wait for us to contact you. You can provide your documents no earlier than one month before that date. Do not send your documents too early; we will not begin assessing your application until two years have passed from the day you lodged that application"

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"Shortly before you are eligible to be assessed for a Partner (permanent) visa (usually two years after application lodgement), you will receive a letter from the department asking you to provide information relating to your application.

Important: If you send your information and document more than two months before your eligibility date, we will return them to you and ask you to obtain updated documents closer to your eligibility date."


I am confused now if I can send my information two months or one month before my eligibility date (being my application for 308 date?)

Also what sort of information do you need to supply? Are there a set form like form 888 (Statutory declaration by a supporting witness relating to a partner visa application)? Can I use form 888?

Thank you!!!

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Hi All!

Just wanting to get some advise and hear about your experience on your Subclass 100 application.

I am aware 308 and 100 were applied at the same time at the time of the application lodgement for 308.

I am confused though. I looked at DIBP website and the below states.

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/309-/Partner-(Provisional)-visa-(subclass-309)-and-Partner-(Migrant)-visa-(subclass-100)-document-checklist?tab=1&heading=document-checklist

"You do not need to wait for us to contact you. You can provide your documents no earlier than one month before that date. Do not send your documents too early; we will not begin assessing your application until two years have passed from the day you lodged that application"

And.....

"Shortly before you are eligible to be assessed for a Partner (permanent) visa (usually two years after application lodgement), you will receive a letter from the department asking you to provide information relating to your application.

Important: If you send your information and document more than two months before your eligibility date, we will return them to you and ask you to obtain updated documents closer to your eligibility date."


I am confused now if I can send my information two months or one month before my eligibility date (being my application for 308 date?)

Also what sort of information do you need to supply? Are there a set form like form 888 (Statutory declaration by a supporting witness relating to a partner visa application)? Can I use form 888?

Thank you!!!
The second section you quoted seems to be out of date as immigration doesn't send the letters anymore. You can put in your application two months prior to your eligibility date.

You will need to supply two new 888 forms, two new AFP checks (one for you and one for your partner) and a partner stat dec which you can find here https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Visas...ec_sponsor.pdf

Additional supporting evidence to your relationship, similar to what you uploaded for the 309, is suggested as well (ie joint bank statements, joint lease/rental agreement, photos with family, online accounts, club memberships etc)

It's important to note that all info provided should detail you and your partner's relationship since the grant of your 309. Good luck!

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Hi HRose313,
We applied in May 2017, but only submitted AFP for my partner. You said there are two new AFP checks required (one for you and one for your partner). Has it changed recently or have I missed something?
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Hi guys,

I just wanted to let you know that after 18 months of waiting I have finally been granted my PR. This has been a huge weight off my shoulders and It seems like the complaint I had lodged 2 days ago worked! I also want to wish all the applicants good luck!

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Old 02-08-2018, 07:57 PM
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Hi HRose313,
We applied in May 2017, but only submitted AFP for my partner. You said there are two new AFP checks required (one for you and one for your partner). Has it changed recently or have I missed something?
Thanks
No, you haven't missed anything. Only the applicant is requires a new AFP..

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No, you haven't missed anything. Only the applicant is requires a new AFP..
Ahh my mistake, Mish. On a checklist I downloaded from the immigration website, it listed a AFP for a sponsor (and dependents) "if applicable". I just understood that to mean that supplying one for ones sponsor is recommended. Sorry for any confusion

check list link: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Legac.../checklist.pdf

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Hi guys,

I just wanted to let you know that after 18 months of waiting I have finally been granted my PR. This has been a huge weight off my shoulders and It seems like the complaint I had lodged 2 days ago worked! I also want to wish all the applicants good luck!
Congrats Anne


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Thanks Mish and HRose313


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Hi Mish,

Do i have to get the passport copies of the applicant and sponsor certified even if im applying online for subclass 100 ?

What other documents do i have to get certified ?

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Old 02-14-2018, 06:35 AM
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Hi Mish,

Do i have to get the passport copies of the applicant and sponsor certified even if im applying online for subclass 100 ?

What other documents do i have to get certified ?

Thanks !!!
If you do colour scans of the originals then nothing needs to certified - one of the benefits of applying online.


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