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Old 06-05-2018, 01:18 AM
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Hi guys
How is it going ? My partner visa was granted only in 5 months 5 days though I applied from high risk country like Bangladesh. But still I understand your waiting pain and anxiety. I just suggest you keep uploading relevant documents e.g- History of communication - Call History, Financial evidence - Western Union Receipt. Try to prove that you are also qualified person for migrating to Australia e.g- educational and employment documents.
Another thing, utilize your waiting time by learning English. You need more fluency with understanding of Australian accent. Youtube channel Aussie English is helpful and install Radio Australia from play store.Nova 106.9 is one of popular radio station in Brisbane.
Anyway, I am looking for work in Brisbane. If anyone has any suggestion, Please let me know. I wonder that job hunting may take more time than my visa processing time.
I wish you guys all the best.

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Old 06-05-2018, 03:57 PM
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Hi pd86,

As far as i know you can apply being offshore. We did some research and went to meet many agents. What they said was we can apply while both being invsri lanka. However i am not aware of the process. Just look into it.

Just like yours my husband was also in Sri Lanka since 2014 and we applied for our visa in 2017 through a lawyer. According to the lawyer, being out of the country was not an issue if there is a valid reason. Since you have assets in ausi it would be an added advantage. However he went back when lodging the visa.


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Old 06-07-2018, 12:42 PM
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Very quiet. Anyone got visa? I think you cannot see any grant in other forum as well. What you guys think?
It’s taking long time because of tougher checking. Please read the article below.

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/fede...22-p4zgsv.html


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Old 06-07-2018, 04:52 PM
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Very quiet. Anyone got visa? I think you cannot see any grant in other forum as well. What you guys think?
It’s taking long time because of tougher checking. Please read the article below.

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/fede...22-p4zgsv.html

Hi, no sound yet. ☹ i also saw something similar.

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Old 06-10-2018, 02:00 PM
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Hi Guys, Im also waiting for the spouse visa. My partner applied on 1st of June. Now the waiting game begins.

Has anyone visited their partner in ausie while waiting for the visa? I wonder if that is a viable option.

Good luck to everyone who is waiting.


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Old 06-13-2018, 02:05 AM
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Hi Guys, Im also waiting for the spouse visa. My partner applied on 1st of June. Now the waiting game begins.

Has anyone visited their partner in ausie while waiting for the visa? I wonder if that is a viable option.

Good luck to everyone who is waiting.
Hi Lak2018,

Yes your partner can apply for a tourist visa and visit you in the meantime. Provide adequate evidence to assure that the applicant will return to SL aftee their visit. Good luck.

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Old 06-14-2018, 01:36 AM
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After waiting 16-17 months withdraw My visa. Normally everyone get their visa within 7-8 months. Many of my friends got their visa within 7 months. Recently One of my friend lives in dubbo also get his wife's visa. He applied by himself. But mine was by lawyer. His wife already went Australia in May. They hadn't wait more than 7 months. Hope you guys don't have to wait for so long. Best wishes for you all.


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Old 06-14-2018, 02:15 AM
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After waiting 16-17 months withdraw My visa. Normally everyone get their visa within 7-8 months. Many of my friends got their visa within 7 months. Recently One of my friend lives in dubbo also get his wife's visa. He applied by himself. But mine was by lawyer. His wife already went Australia in May. They hadn't wait more than 7 months. Hope you guys don't have to wait for so long. Best wishes for you all.
Sorry to hear that Samira!! As it seems there is an issue with the visa grants hence the delay. I know 16months is a long time to wait but you can't compare your application with another as every application is diffefent. Wish you all the best.

P.S. I really hope you didnt withdraw your application as you cannot get back the time you already lost waiting for the visa to come through.

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Old 06-14-2018, 12:41 PM
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My visa got refused too! I applied for visitor visa subclass 600 from Pakistan through ImmiAccount and they rejected it for some very illogic reasons. They think I would not comply with my visa conditions. I have travelled to Australia four years back and did comply to the visa conditions. Nobody in my family has ever overstayed. Is this happenig to everyone else?


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Old 06-14-2018, 12:44 PM
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It's very hard to withdraw where I lost my 17 months for waiting. But there was some personal problems occurred in our life That's why I had to withdraw. Yes it was very difficult for me.


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