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Old 07-03-2017, 11:14 AM
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I haven't heard anything from them. 9 months already.
Hi sunshine and all
Me too.9 months from DOL.don't know what's happening.most people got their visas when 8 months passed in this forum.

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Hi sunshine and all
Me too.9 months from DOL.don't know what's happening.most people got their visas when 8 months passed in this forum.
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Did you ask from your agent?


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Hi Pooja89

Did you ask from your agent?
Hi sunshine,
I might think to call next week. Will see what's going on.
I'll keep you posted.


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I might think to call next week. Will see what's going on.
I'll keep you posted.
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Hi everyone. .... hopefully they will start working on our files soon. 9-10 months is way too much. 😣 I'm still in Australia on tourist visa.... so the long wait was not that painful . .. For the people who applied recently..... I wish you guys would be able to make a trip to Ausi.
It's worth trying. ... If you are planning to apply for a tourist visa... pls make sure that you meet all the requirements of a genuine tourist. Having been applied for the partner visa is not a strong reason for the AHC to consider to grant a tourist visa.

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Hi everyone. .... hopefully they will start working on our files soon. 9-10 months is way too much. 😣 I'm still in Australia on tourist visa.... so the long wait was not that painful . .. For the people who applied recently..... I wish you guys would be able to make a trip to Ausi.
It's worth trying. ... If you are planning to apply for a tourist visa... pls make sure that you meet all the requirements of a genuine tourist. Having been applied for the partner visa is not a strong reason for the AHC to consider to grant a tourist visa.

Lots of blessings and Good luck to everyone!
Hi mpink,

Seeing everyone is waiting for more than 9-10 months makes me more depressed and frustrating everyday...


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Old 07-07-2017, 01:22 PM
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Hi....ROOH91
We all had the same feeling when we started the agony of waiting. ?. But don't worry. ..the time will fly... keep yourself occupied. If you are lucky. ...you will get it soon.
I wish you Good luck!?


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Hi

Thanks for the information you have provided. My husband might loose his job within the next two or three months due to a government decision to curtail some industries. At the present moment we are unsure if we will get any letters from his office due to that. I am also trying to have a child as we met are married quiet late in life (April 2017), which is why I am trying for the tourist visa.

My agent said to wait till mid august and then apply for the tourist visa as it's not good to rush after partner visa lodgement for a toursist visa. We lodged on 1 June 2017. I will wait and speak to the agent around first week in August, to try and get my husband down for christmas on a tourist visa. Feeling a bit hopeless right now.

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Hi Jay,

First of all, Hurry up and get your service letter from your husband's employer stating that he is still employed and gather few of his payslips for your visa application. ( Apply for general tourist visa - NOT family sponsored as it sounds you are running out of time )

There are 2 things matter in tourist visa:
* You as sponsor's status ( Employment, Accommodation )
* Strong return reason for your husband to go back to SL at the end of visit.

You'll need :
- Your bank statement, payslips, brief letter indicating you will look after all his expenses and accommodation.

Husband will need,
- His employment letter + payslips or Deed of any property under his name.

Strongly indicate he is visiting to spend few months with you and return to srilanka at the end of visit to liase with pending spouse visa.

When we applied for our 2nd tourist visa, i did not include any of my wife's employment/deed and only used my financial documents.

PM Me if you have any questions & good luck !
Hi

Thanks for the information you have provided. My husband might loose his job within the next two or three months due to a government decision to curtail some industries. At the present moment we are unsure if we will get any letters from his office due to that. I am also trying to have a child as we met are married quiet late in life (April 2017), which is why I am trying for the tourist visa.

My agent said to wait till mid august and then apply for the tourist visa as it's not good to rush after partner visa lodgement for a toursist visa. We lodged on 1 June 2017. I will wait and speak to the agent around first week in August, to try and get my husband down for christmas on a tourist visa. Feeling a bit hopeless right now.

Thanks and blessings
Jay2010


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