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Old 03-11-2018, 10:36 AM
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Hi again everyone,

Just another quick question on filling in the online application for 309.

Is it a must to answer' yes' and detail every past relationships of applicant and sponsor even if no marriage took place or not even had been in de facto relationship with those exs?

That's the final point I need to be clarified on before I click the submit button.

Hope someone can give an advice.

Thanks again!

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Old 03-11-2018, 12:05 PM
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Hi again everyone,

Just another quick question on filling in the online application for 309.

Is it a must to answer' yes' and detail every past relationships of applicant and sponsor even if no marriage took place or not even had been in de facto relationship with those exs?

That's the final point I need to be clarified on before I click the submit button.

Hope someone can give an advice.

Thanks again!
No. You only declare previous marriages or de facto relationships.


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Old 03-11-2018, 12:23 PM
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Thanks Skybluebrewer!

We've submitted the 309 application just now. But a very big problem is that when the applicant names are shown after payment it includes the NON-Migrating family members ( who are not citizens or PR)! What does that mean?

Shouldn't there be only one name to appear as applicant ( that of my partner ) and should exclude those family members?

Also, on the organise the health requirement section even the non-migrating family members have been included.

What we understood with the question " does this applicant have any family member not traveling to Australia who are not citizens or PR " is that we are just required to indicate the family members names even if they are not migrating nor are included in the application.

Please help!

Did we misconstrue the question? What do we do?


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Old 03-12-2018, 05:08 PM
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Congrats, SoftEdge.

Of the three grants that we've seen out of Ottawa in the last little while, the average time between them is 59 days. Good luck to everyone else who is waiting still!

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309/100 Visa Timeline:

Applied 309: 12/02/2018, in Canada.
Visa Granted: 20/03/2018.
Applied 100: 29/06/2020, eligible 12/01/2020.
RFI: 02/07/2020.
RFI Uploaded: 06/07/2020.
Visa Granted: 16/07/2020.

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I feel like I’m in a jail cell just clanging my mug against the bars and singing a woe is me kind of song. Just waiting......


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Old 03-12-2018, 05:20 PM
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I feel like Iím in a jail cell just clanging my mug against the bars and singing a woe is me kind of song. Just waiting......
It will come. Just try not to stress. When it's all said and done, you will be in Australia, having a cold drink and not even remember the stress of the application and the wait after applying!

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309/100 Visa Timeline:

Applied 309: 12/02/2018, in Canada.
Visa Granted: 20/03/2018.
Applied 100: 29/06/2020, eligible 12/01/2020.
RFI: 02/07/2020.
RFI Uploaded: 06/07/2020.
Visa Granted: 16/07/2020.

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i feel like iím in a jail cell just clanging my mug against the bars and singing a woe is me kind of song. Just waiting......
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Old 03-13-2018, 02:41 PM
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I have now uploaded my police check. Immi account now says "further assessment". We shall see how long it takes from here on.......the wait continues

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Hey guys, first post here, but my wife and I have been lurking for the last couple of weeks. Firstly, I'm so happy to see that some of you have seen some progress recently...gives us a lot of hope!

We're currently in the process of putting her application together, and I noticed one point on the Home Affairs website pertaining to Debts to the Australian government "You must have repaid, or have arranged to repay, any outstanding debts to the Australian government."

I have a HELP (formerly HECS) debt, like anyone else that went to university. Sufficed to say, this is not yet paid off. Do you recommend making any voluntary payments while overseas, or is it just a matter of making a note in my 40SP document that I plan to repay it through taxes/workslips when in Australia?

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Old 03-13-2018, 06:14 PM
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That seems to apply to defaulted debts.


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