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Pmv 300 to partner visa the next step


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Old 07-13-2012, 03:09 AM
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Pmv 300 to partner visa the next step

Which is the next step? We already got married here in perth a few days ago. Do we need to do all the paper work again? Get medicals again and so on? Please some one who's been through the same or going through! Thanks for the responses.


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Hi! Good day!

I've been through the same situation, I came here in Australia under PMV last Feb. 2012, and married my PMV last March 2012. After we got married, we then prepared the documents for an onshore temporary partner visa application and lodged our application last May 30, 2012.

Yes, you have to do the tedious job of documenting evidences and paperworks. And to be honest, it is more work than PMV.

However, since you came here in Australia under PMV, you need not do your medicals again. I've also submitted the same police clearance I used when I've applied for my PMV last year (police clearance has a validity period of 1 year) and an Australian Federal Police Clearance.

All the best to your application.

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Thank u so much! Very helpful information !


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Hi! Good day!

I've been through the same situation, I came here in Australia under PMV last Feb. 2012, and married my PMV last March 2012. After we got married, we then prepared the documents for an onshore temporary partner visa application and lodged our application last May 30, 2012.

Yes, you have to do the tedious job of documenting evidences and paperworks. And to be honest, it is more work than PMV.

However, since you came here in Australia under PMV, you need not do your medicals again. I've also submitted the same police clearance I used when I've applied for my PMV last year (police clearance has a validity period of 1 year) and an Australian Federal Police Clearance.

All the best to your application.
Hi xeelah,

Do you still need to submit the AFP clearance eventhough we haven't lived in Australia for more than 12 months?
How about documents to prove that your sponsor is working, did you have to update those documents or submit the same one as you did for PMV?

Thanks in advance

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Hi xeelah,

Do you still need to submit the AFP clearance eventhough we haven't lived in Australia for more than 12 months?
How about documents to prove that your sponsor is working, did you have to update those documents or submit the same one as you did for PMV?

Thanks in advance
We are in the same boat as you are. We did get a AFP just incase and we will be obtaining NBI as well as we would like to have it submitted as "decision ready".

@xeelah, I was under the impression that it is required as per the checklist or what I had been reading in this forum, did you just pass your application without it and did you know that it wasn't required? I ask because I am insure whether we have to do medical. Thanks.

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Aryajaide, the post you're replying to is a couple of years old...

You likely won't need either medicals or police clearances again. Typically PMV applicants don't supply those again when they apply for the 820. The CO will ask for them if they for some reason need them, but I've never seen them ask PMV-to-820 folks for medicals a second time (even when expired) and I don't *think* I've seen them ask for police checks again, either. They have the right to ask for both of those things - I just think they only very rarely do and probably in special cases.

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