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Old 06-15-2018, 03:53 PM
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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.
Thanks pd86. Does anyone has an idea how long you could apply? 3months or 1 year? She hasn't visited any other country so wonder if she have a chance when she request for 1 year visa.


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Thanks pd86. Does anyone has an idea how long you could apply? 3months or 1 year? She hasn't visited any other country so wonder if she have a chance when she request for 1 year visa.
Hi, you can apply for 1 year as well but it might be better to apply for a lesser period to make sure they will grant it without rejection. Then your wife can apply again. and make sure to show that she has assets, properties employment etc to show them she will return to SL after her visa stay is over.

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Old 06-15-2018, 04:41 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?
visit visa rejection is very common than we might think. the respective high commission can reject it if they wish to do so. it will be better to show strong incentive to return to the applicant's home country before the visa expiry.

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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?
Sorry to hear that bakhtawar.aziz. Have you also applied for partner visa and applied for visitor visa in the mean time?

@Sameera, Sorry to hear that you have withdrawn the application after waiting for ages. Hope everything will be all right for you. All the best for your future endeavours.


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Nope. I applied for visitor visa subclass 600 to visit my sister and have a family get together! I dont know if I should appeal or not as if there’s any harm if I apply the other time.. the reasons that they gave were totally illogic, me as a student had to return back anyhow to complete my graduation which is surely a strong incentive to return.


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Should I write a letter to them regarding my appeal? Or is it going to harm my next time application?


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I have applied for my spouse visa in September 2017. In march 25th they asked for additional documents from me. Since then no response still. Anyone got any response after march 25th regarding spouse visa ?


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I have applied for my spouse visa in September 2017. In march 25th they asked for additional documents from me. Since then no response still. Anyone got any response after march 25th regarding spouse visa ?
Hi, i applied in August 2017 & documents were requested in Dec. After i submitted them haven't heard back yet.

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I have applied for my spouse visa in September 2017. In march 25th they asked for additional documents from me. Since then no response still. Anyone got any response after march 25th regarding spouse visa ?
Hi, i applied in August 2017 & documents were requested in Dec. After i submitted them haven't heard back yet.
Hi Guys,

We’ve applied in October 2017 and did the medical and submitted the Police clearances up front. Other than acknowledgment email they haven’t contacted us till now. In the mean time we applied for tourist visa and that is granted for only 2 months though we asked for 6 months


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We’ve applied in October 2017 and did the medical and submitted the Police clearances up front. Other than acknowledgment email they haven’t contacted us till now. In the mean time we applied for tourist visa and that is granted for only 2 months though we asked for 6 months
Hy keith,

It’s nice that you the tourist visa granted atleast for 2months. After applying for the spouse visa i visited my husband through a visit visa in October which was granted for three months and returned back tonsrilanka in January 2018. I lodged another visit visa in march 2018. Being 3months already no response for that still. Anyone who got visit visa’s granted out of the global timeline?

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