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Old 11-22-2019, 01:25 AM
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Thanks for sharing your experiences guys.

Do you have any idea how much funds one should show in their account and whether the funds need to have been in the account in the 3 months prior?

Did your case officers for the visitor visa have Sri Lankan names? Ours didn’t appear to be Sri Lankan, so just wondering if that means they are processed in Aus?

tezzie, did you state in your cover letter that you wished to stay with your husband during processing of partner visa, or you said you’d like to visit him multiple times during the processing? And did you mention you would be returning for work (even though maybe not same employer)?

Did you both show property or immediate family members in SL as incentive to return? Just wondering how we could show immediate family members as incentive to return when there is a partner visa in progress


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Thanks for sharing your experiences guys.

Do you have any idea how much funds one should show in their account and whether the funds need to have been in the account in the 3 months prior?

Did your case officers for the visitor visa have Sri Lankan names? Ours didn’t appear to be Sri Lankan, so just wondering if that means they are processed in Aus?

tezzie, did you state in your cover letter that you wished to stay with your husband during processing of partner visa, or you said you’d like to visit him multiple times during the processing? And did you mention you would be returning for work (even though maybe not same employer)?

Did you both show property or immediate family members in SL as incentive to return? Just wondering how we could show immediate family members as incentive to return when there is a partner visa in progress
Definitely show funds in your account for over 3 months. Most of the embassies require to show funds up to 6 months. I showed for about 5 months.

The name of the CO for visit visa was not available on the grant notice nor on my immi account application. I'm assuming visit visa is processed my the sri lankan office.

I'll drop you a private message on the details for the cover letter for a better understanding ok


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Thanks for sharing your experiences guys.

Do you have any idea how much funds one should show in their account and whether the funds need to have been in the account in the 3 months prior?

Did your case officers for the visitor visa have Sri Lankan names? Ours didn’t appear to be Sri Lankan, so just wondering if that means they are processed in Aus?

tezzie, did you state in your cover letter that you wished to stay with your husband during processing of partner visa, or you said you’d like to visit him multiple times during the processing? And did you mention you would be returning for work (even though maybe not same employer)?

Did you both show property or immediate family members in SL as incentive to return? Just wondering how we could show immediate family members as incentive to return when there is a partner visa in progress
Definitely show funds in your account for over 3 months. Most of the embassies require to show funds up to 6 months. I showed for about 5 months.

The name of the CO for visit visa was not available on the grant notice nor on my immi account application. I'm assuming visit visa is processed my the sri lankan office.

I'll drop you a private message on the details for the cover letter for a better understanding ok <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
Thanks tezzie, really appreciate it!


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I showed funds for about 4 months.
My grant letter also didn't specify a case office's name but I'm assuming as well that the visa was processed in Lanka.Also, no, I didn't include details of any of my property in my application.i just included details of my family in a form called "details of relatives" which I downloaded off the Aus embassy site.


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Thanks for sharing your experiences guys.

Do you have any idea how much funds one should show in their account and whether the funds need to have been in the account in the 3 months prior?

Did your case officers for the visitor visa have Sri Lankan names? Ours didn’t appear to be Sri Lankan, so just wondering if that means they are processed in Aus?

tezzie, did you state in your cover letter that you wished to stay with your husband during processing of partner visa, or you said you’d like to visit him multiple times during the processing? And did you mention you would be returning for work (even though maybe not same employer)?

Did you both show property or immediate family members in SL as incentive to return? Just wondering how we could show immediate family members as incentive to return when there is a partner visa in progress


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Did you applied for partner visa or subsequent entrant visa


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Thanks for sharing your experiences guys.

Did your case officers for the visitor visa have Sri Lankan names? Ours didn’t appear to be Sri Lankan, so just wondering if that means they are processed in Aus?
I expect all partner visa decisions would be made by the Immigration officials who are Australian citizens regardless of their names or the location. However, visitor visa applications may be processed by the local staff (foreign nationals) provided the processing is mechanical and decision is automated (e.g. decision made by the computer).

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I expect all partner visa decisions would be made by the Immigration officials who are Australian citizens regardless of their names or the location. However, visitor visa applications may be processed by the local staff (foreign nationals) provided the processing is mechanical and decision is automated (e.g. decision made by the computer).
i think that is the case too..


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Many members have received grants. Many got on the 21st of Nov. Colombo must be sleeping. Probably tired after working for the local elections.

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Grants were not related to any sri lankan applications im assuming ?

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Grants were not related to any sri lankan applications im assuming ?
Yes. All I have seen are from other countries.

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