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Old 08-12-2012, 05:13 AM
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I suggest you to post it to one of these address

Partner (Temporary) Processing Centre WA
Postal Address: Locked Bag 7, Northbridge WA 6865
Courier address: L4, 836 Wellington Street, West Perth WA 6005

Yeah its not worth for you to come all the way here because you gotta have to drop in the box anyway so why not just send it to them if i knew it i wouldn't go there, yeah sure if i got it granted i will let you guys know it , Hope you guys all the best (:


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Hi Holly
My Work Restriction had been removed today (:
so good luck with your application


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I'll be applying in the Perth office in January 2013. I enter Australia on January 28, 2012 on a year long WHV. Does my visa expire on the 27th or 28th? We are applying the day my WHV expires for a De Facto Visa, giving us the 12 months living together. Do I need to make an appointment of some sort? I just want to be sure the visa application is received and the bridging visa is put in effect. Any advice would be very helpful!

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Hello Madamhooch
When I lodged my Partner visa in Perth office they need an appointment , the appointment are not available everyday if I remember they taking only Monday Wednesday and Friday only but when I lodged the application for work last Month I have to dropped in the box at the office can't seen them in person and that drop box is Included people who wants to lodging partner visa as well so if you running out of time and need the a confirm letter and bridging visa then I suggest you to call them to lodge in person and to be safe you better lodge 1 week before your visa expiring and your visa expire date doesn't count from date that you arrived here it should says on your visa letter


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Hello Madamhooch
When I lodged my Partner visa in Perth office they need an appointment , the appointment are not available everyday if I remember they taking only Monday Wednesday and Friday only but when I lodged the application for work last Month I have to dropped in the box at the office can't seen them in person and that drop box is Included people who wants to lodging partner visa as well so if you running out of time and need the a confirm letter and bridging visa then I suggest you to call them to lodge in person and to be safe you better lodge 1 week before your visa expiring and your visa expire date doesn't count from date that you arrived here it should says on your visa letter
Thanks for sharing your experience. My WHV grant letter did inform that my visa is valid for 12 months from the date I first entered Australia. I can't apply a week early, as we have to have 12 months of cohabitation to be eligible to apply for the De Facto Partner Visa 820. I am figuring that my best bet will be to call and make an appointent to lodge my application and ensure the bridging visa is in effect.


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Regarding the Perth office - I want to go in this week and pay for our PMV visa which my fiance will be applying for next week in London.

Can I just walk into the Perth office and pay for my PMV and attach the receipt to the application before my fiance goes to England next week?

I cant get through on the phone to ask!

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Old 08-21-2012, 11:53 AM
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I'll be applying in the Perth office in January 2013. I enter Australia on January 28, 2012 on a year long WHV. Does my visa expire on the 27th or 28th? We are applying the day my WHV expires for a De Facto Visa, giving us the 12 months living together.
I asked Immi the same thing as I intended to do the exact same thing as you. If at all possible you should apply on January 28th, 2013 as your visa will expire at 12:00am on the 29th. I can't really comment on how things work at the Perth processing center as I applied in Brisbane.

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Regarding the Perth office - I want to go in this week and pay for our PMV visa which my fiance will be applying for next week in London.

Can I just walk into the Perth office and pay for my PMV and attach the receipt to the application before my fiance goes to England next week?

I cant get through on the phone to ask!

Thanks!
I highly recommend that you call Immi and stay on the line for however long necessary to get through and ask them this question directly. Even if someone here does offer up an answer, with a matter as important as this it would be much better to get an answer directly from Immi. I called Immi yesterday and it took 35 minutes just to get through...! Hang in there!

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Yep Nightstar, it's been a nightmare trying to get through (especially when the offices close quite early) and I dont want to call from work with everyone listening in and ask about my PMV, I dont want everyone knowing my business... will have to try again today! thanks!


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Hi Emilly we lodged our partner application today through an agent. I am the sponsor of my partner's application i am bit concern. Is there any possibility the immigration to call my employer and let them know that i sponsor my partner's application (same sex partner) ?? i dont want this..


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