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Old 02-24-2017, 05:09 AM
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I applied on 28/09/2016 and did medicals in Oct.
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Old 02-24-2017, 06:17 AM
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Hi all...long time no see

Good to see all of you are still sharing info on visa status. Keep up the good work and wish you all the best !

Having a weird summer here in Aussie. Kinda rainy , kinda warm

Tips for those who are arriving here soon

You are able to get the medicare card (temporary one) valid for 12 months. Then can renew it again till you get the PR

Also mobile plan : i suggest you get the vodafone $40 red plan. this is without the phone and much more affordable. With that you have the ability to choose either 6GB + free 6GB data or 6GB data + free international calls
Hi John93

How nice of you to come back and give some info to others.
Is Sri lanka included in the list to call free in that package?


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Old 02-24-2017, 08:02 AM
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Hi John93

How nice of you to come back and give some info to others.
Is Sri lanka included in the list to call free in that package?


Sri lanka was removed from selected countries last year i think. I got the 6GB + 6GB free plan. So can call from skype/whatsapp/viber

There are couple of other plans aswell. Best option is to select the plan according to your usage and requirement. Sim only plans are way cheaper than sim + phone plans !

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Old 02-27-2017, 04:13 AM
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Hello

Updated list here. DevindaG, what's going on mate?

1. DevindaG - DOL - 07/06/2016 - In Process
2. smiley21 - DOL - 30/06/2016 - In Process
3. Hakeem - DOL - 02/08/2016 - In Process
4. Blessed4life - DOL - 17/08/2016 - In Process
5. Marigold2016 - DOL - 31/08/2016 - In Process
6. Alf - DOL - 28/09/2016 - In Process
7. mpink - DOL- 10/10/2016 - In Process
8. pumpkin1421 - DOL- 1/12/2016 - In Process
9. Tazzy - DOL - 09/12/2016 - In Process
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Old 02-27-2017, 05:13 AM
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Hi everyone

I just thought sharing this info will be helpful to anyone...I came to Ausi on a tourist visa after 2 months submitting my partner visa application (I got a one year, multiple entries, 3 months maximum stay visa) I was supposed to go back since i was completing the 3 months by end of this month. As i did not have the 'no further stay ' condition on my visa i applied for an extension. Actually I had to apply for a new tourist visa to stay in Australia for another 6 months. I was granted it in 3 days.
I applied online and had to pay $340 (much cheaper than going up and down)
No supporting documents were required other than filling the online application. (There was one question asking why i need the extension where i had to explain the reason in one sentence. Other than that it was the same tourist visa application)

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Old 03-03-2017, 12:38 PM
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@mpink Thanks for the info. I applied for 309 spouse visa in oct last year and also applied for visitor visa. Similar to you I was granted 3 months multiple entry visitor visa valid for 1 year. I would now like to visit my husband in australia but I have read on this forum that if you apply for spouse visa you must be offshore when spouse visa is granted. How can you make sure of that? Also did you submit your spouse visa online?


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Old 03-03-2017, 12:48 PM
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Hi all.

Got the news 2 days back. We are all good. Thanx for the support. Excited now to start the new life. 2nd March marks the day.


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Old 03-03-2017, 10:27 PM
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@mpink Thanks for the info. I applied for 309 spouse visa in oct last year and also applied for visitor visa. Similar to you I was granted 3 months multiple entry visitor visa valid for 1 year. I would now like to visit my husband in australia but I have read on this forum that if you apply for spouse visa you must be offshore when spouse visa is granted. How can you make sure of that? Also did you submit your spouse visa online?
Hi tekie

Yes I applied online for the spouse visa. Anyway.. I'm planning to go back to SL in August. (Since I have a open return ticket ) if my spouse visa comes before that they will inform me to go offshore.
You hv to update your change of address in the immi account. And i sent an email to my case officer additionally about my stay in Australia.


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Got the news 2 days back. We are all good. Thanx for the support. Excited now to start the new life. 2nd March marks the day.
Congrats DevindaG!


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@mpink Thanks for the info

@DevindaG Congratz and wish you all the best!


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