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Old 10-07-2016, 09:01 AM
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Hi all
Today also no luck in Srilanka.
In London 10may 2016 applicant got the visa.

AHC in srilanka only keeping lot of applications in the queue.

Make me crazy��������


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Old 10-07-2016, 09:07 AM
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Hi all
Today also no luck in Srilanka.
In London 10may 2016 applicant got the visa.

AHC in srilanka only keeping lot of applications in the queue.

Make me crazy��������

I'm so disappointed about colombo AHC. Just when i thought only sri lankan government departments are slow on their work...

Just have to be positive and keep hoping for the grant to be fast

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Old 10-10-2016, 04:51 AM
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Hi Everyone,
There is a lot of people here so I was wondering if I can get some help.
I am Australian and my husband is Sri Lankan.

My husband and I have been married for just over 2 years; we didn't have a big wedding, just went and registered as husband and wife in Melbourne just at the Old Treasury Building. We got married but didn't really think about putting a partner visa in. We got married so we could live together as husband and wife.

Unfortunately, on my husband's visa, he came on had a 'no further stay condition' so he had to leave. We tried everything to get waivered, applied for a protection visa and a couple of waivers all failed so he left to Sri Lanka in late September and we are going to apply for a partner visa online through IMMI.

These are the following things I have attached in the visa.

The Applicant
-- Form 47SP - Application for Migration to Australia by a Partner
-- Certified copy of passport
-- Four recent passport photos
-- Sri Lankan Identity card
-- Certified copy of birth certificate

The Sponsor
-- Form 40SP – Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia
-- Four recent passport photos
-- Certified copy of birth certificate
-- Drivers Licence

Commitment of Relationship
-- Statement prepared by applicant
-- Statement prepared by sponsor
-- Phone records before marriage
-- Puppy purchase + Insurance
-- Car insurance with both of our names
-- Receipts of gifts to each other
-- Phone records, Skype records, watsapp chat history now that he is overseas.

History of our Relationship
-- Timeline leading up to meeting & wedding date
-- Phone records before marriage
--Letter from doctors and psychologist (got these when we were applying for a waiver, stating that I will be depressed without him)

Details on our Wedding
-- Certified copy of marriage certificate
-- Plane ticket of friend who came for the wedding from Sydney

Our Home
--List of duties we do at home
-- Unit lease from 2014 March - 2015 September
-- Bank statements with same address

Financial Aspects of Relationship
-- Joint bank account before marriage
-- Beneficiary for both o our Superannuation
-- Credit card under my name paying for both of our things, such as groceries etc.

Holidays & Social Photos together
--Invoices to hotel we stayed at
--Tickets for movies we went together + tickets to tourist attractions.
--Snaps with family and friends
--My ticket to visit him in Sri Lanka in January
--Letter written to Immigration asking for a tourist visa to Malaysia for my husband to visit with my sister and myself.

Supporting Witness Declarations
--3 from friends in Australia, 2 from Uncle and Aunty overseas

Would anyone please be able to tell me if this is enough evidence? We are both really stressing out about this, we have been living together for so long, now he is away from me, I can't focus on anything. I can't sleep or eat properly.
Please help me

Thank you very much in advance.


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Old 10-10-2016, 05:14 AM
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Hi Everyone,
There is a lot of people here so I was wondering if I can get some help.
I am Australian and my husband is Sri Lankan.

My husband and I have been married for just over 2 years; we didn't have a big wedding, just went and registered as husband and wife in Melbourne just at the Old Treasury Building. We got married but didn't really think about putting a partner visa in. We got married so we could live together as husband and wife.

Unfortunately, on my husband's visa, he came on had a 'no further stay condition' so he had to leave. We tried everything to get waivered, applied for a protection visa and a couple of waivers all failed so he left to Sri Lanka in late September and we are going to apply for a partner visa online through IMMI.

These are the following things I have attached in the visa.

The Applicant
-- Form 47SP - Application for Migration to Australia by a Partner
-- Certified copy of passport
-- Four recent passport photos
-- Sri Lankan Identity card
-- Certified copy of birth certificate

The Sponsor
-- Form 40SP – Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia
-- Four recent passport photos
-- Certified copy of birth certificate
-- Drivers Licence

Commitment of Relationship
-- Statement prepared by applicant
-- Statement prepared by sponsor
-- Phone records before marriage
-- Puppy purchase + Insurance
-- Car insurance with both of our names
-- Receipts of gifts to each other
-- Phone records, Skype records, watsapp chat history now that he is overseas.

History of our Relationship
-- Timeline leading up to meeting & wedding date
-- Phone records before marriage
--Letter from doctors and psychologist (got these when we were applying for a waiver, stating that I will be depressed without him)

Details on our Wedding
-- Certified copy of marriage certificate
-- Plane ticket of friend who came for the wedding from Sydney

Our Home
--List of duties we do at home
-- Unit lease from 2014 March - 2015 September
-- Bank statements with same address

Financial Aspects of Relationship
-- Joint bank account before marriage
-- Beneficiary for both o our Superannuation
-- Credit card under my name paying for both of our things, such as groceries etc.

Holidays & Social Photos together
--Invoices to hotel we stayed at
--Tickets for movies we went together + tickets to tourist attractions.
--Snaps with family and friends
--My ticket to visit him in Sri Lanka in January
--Letter written to Immigration asking for a tourist visa to Malaysia for my husband to visit with my sister and myself.

Supporting Witness Declarations
--3 from friends in Australia, 2 from Uncle and Aunty overseas

Would anyone please be able to tell me if this is enough evidence? We are both really stressing out about this, we have been living together for so long, now he is away from me, I can't focus on anything. I can't sleep or eat properly.
Please help me

Thank you very much in advance.
Hi
We all submitted almost same as your documents. In this forum there is a expert called : Mish , better you ask from Mish

She is very helpful.

dont worry about this , All will be good
God bless you

Thanks
Pata


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Old 10-10-2016, 07:22 AM
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hi Akas

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Originally Posted by akas View Post
Hi Everyone,
There is a lot of people here so I was wondering if I can get some help.
I am Australian and my husband is Sri Lankan.

My husband and I have been married for just over 2 years; we didn't have a big wedding, just went and registered as husband and wife in Melbourne just at the Old Treasury Building. We got married but didn't really think about putting a partner visa in. We got married so we could live together as husband and wife.

Unfortunately, on my husband's visa, he came on had a 'no further stay condition' so he had to leave. We tried everything to get waivered, applied for a protection visa and a couple of waivers all failed so he left to Sri Lanka in late September and we are going to apply for a partner visa online through IMMI.

These are the following things I have attached in the visa.

The Applicant
-- Form 47SP - Application for Migration to Australia by a Partner
-- Certified copy of passport
-- Four recent passport photos
-- Sri Lankan Identity card
-- Certified copy of birth certificate

The Sponsor
-- Form 40SP – Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia
-- Four recent passport photos
-- Certified copy of birth certificate
-- Drivers Licence

Commitment of Relationship
-- Statement prepared by applicant
-- Statement prepared by sponsor
-- Phone records before marriage
-- Puppy purchase + Insurance
-- Car insurance with both of our names
-- Receipts of gifts to each other
-- Phone records, Skype records, watsapp chat history now that he is overseas.

History of our Relationship
-- Timeline leading up to meeting & wedding date
-- Phone records before marriage
--Letter from doctors and psychologist (got these when we were applying for a waiver, stating that I will be depressed without him)

Details on our Wedding
-- Certified copy of marriage certificate
-- Plane ticket of friend who came for the wedding from Sydney

Our Home
--List of duties we do at home
-- Unit lease from 2014 March - 2015 September
-- Bank statements with same address

Financial Aspects of Relationship
-- Joint bank account before marriage
-- Beneficiary for both o our Superannuation
-- Credit card under my name paying for both of our things, such as groceries etc.

Holidays & Social Photos together
--Invoices to hotel we stayed at
--Tickets for movies we went together + tickets to tourist attractions.
--Snaps with family and friends
--My ticket to visit him in Sri Lanka in January
--Letter written to Immigration asking for a tourist visa to Malaysia for my husband to visit with my sister and myself.

Supporting Witness Declarations
--3 from friends in Australia, 2 from Uncle and Aunty overseas

Would anyone please be able to tell me if this is enough evidence? We are both really stressing out about this, we have been living together for so long, now he is away from me, I can't focus on anything. I can't sleep or eat properly.
Please help me

Thank you very much in advance.
me n my wife have a same situation.. i did every thing to get my visa but they ask me to leave.. finally,i left the country n apply from sri lanka n waiting for my visa. it is almost 11 months n still waiting...feel sorry about your wife..i know how hard it is..my wife also going through the same situation..


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Old 10-11-2016, 11:17 AM
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I think AHC in srilanka no more ��so no grant


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Hooe they do somthn ths weekend


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Old 10-11-2016, 11:26 AM
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I think AHC in srilanka no more ��so no grant
What do you mean no more ???

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me n my wife have a same situation.. i did every thing to get my visa but they ask me to leave.. finally,i left the country n apply from sri lanka n waiting for my visa. it is almost 11 months n still waiting...feel sorry about your wife..i know how hard it is..my wife also going through the same situation..
Hi Deen81
Did they request more evidence? What type of evidence did you submit? Did they give you any indication as to why they arr taking so long? Please let me know what has been happening as i am always so anxious and also wondering what will happen next!

Thanks


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Old 10-12-2016, 05:28 AM
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Hi everyone..
This silence of AHC make me depressed...
Why are they being so silent??
Fingers crossed..
Can't wait


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