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Old 07-27-2015, 10:33 AM
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The waiting time seems to be taking more than 10 months.... has anyone thought of applying for a visitor visa for the spouse, while waiting for the spouse PR....

I lodged my application on 22/02/2015, Medical - March 2015 and
Police report - June 2015 so I will get my spouse visa may be in Dec 2015....

So thought of applying for the visitor visa as it will be processed will be processed within 4 to 6 weeks... any advice....

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You can give it a try! This will not delay the processing of your spouce visa(My husband got this verified with his case officer).However, you have to show ur a geniune visitor and strong evidance that will return to SL.

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Old 07-27-2015, 10:47 AM
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You can give it a try! This will not delay the processing of your spouce visa(My husband got this verified with his case officer).However, you have to show ur a geniune visitor and strong evidance that will return to SL.
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Old 07-27-2015, 03:59 PM
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You can give it a try! This will not delay the processing of your spouce visa(My husband got this verified with his case officer).However, you have to show ur a geniune visitor and strong evidance that will return to SL.
I'm not sure if your work will allow it, but have you considered a visit to SL? The visa process is really easy and you can easily extend your stay to 3 months

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Old 07-28-2015, 07:13 AM
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I'm not sure if your work will allow it, but have you considered a visit to SL? The visa process is really easy and you can easily extend your stay to 3 months
Thanks Simmy, My hubby gave up his job to visit me for 3 months, we didnt know visa actually takes this much time. I am the only source of income for our family. and we are waitingggg...Hoping for a speedy grant for rathan and the rest of us..

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Old 07-29-2015, 08:04 AM
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My question is nobody going to receive the visa for another 1-2 months? Since I am very next to Ninja my one should be top in the list. Very disappointed with the timeline. I expected in July. Hope it takes around 11 months atleast :-(
Oh nooo Rathan, bad timing... Cnt believe another 1-2 months. I got my grant more than a month ago. I knw how you must be feelings ng, atleast be happy u got a reply from the CO. Lets hope it will be soon


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Old 08-03-2015, 02:46 AM
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Oh nooo Rathan, bad timing... Cnt believe another 1-2 months. I got my grant more than a month ago. I knw how you must be feelings ng, atleast be happy u got a reply from the CO. Lets hope it will be soon

Actually following link explains the process[not mine]

Australian Partner Visa (Provisional, Offshore) Final Processing - Partner Visas - Australian Visa Forum


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Old 08-08-2015, 06:46 AM
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Hi all,

Any news ?? :|


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Old 08-09-2015, 11:03 PM
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Any news ?? :|

Nope :-( :-(. I will let you know if any


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Old 08-11-2015, 09:14 PM
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Hi everyone! I am just new to the forum, my case is little complicated, not sure if theres anyone has same experience. I lodged my pv on 25th may 15. After living with my husband for over 3 years in Australia I had to return home and lodge a new application.
They asked me to submit medical and police clearances on 20th july. As the processing time is 12 months I will have to resign from my job etc. is there anyone who knows if they will speed up the process for any circumstance. Waiting for another 9 months or so will kill me. I have no job, studies or what soever in here. I lived 7 years in Australia.
Please if anyone know such situations
I cannot apply for visitor visa due to my ties in Australia.
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Old 08-11-2015, 10:43 PM
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Hi Hash

What are the reasons for not applying onshore? Ie. No further stay condition.

It is very rare for them to speed up the processing it has to be an exceptional circumstance. I know of someone who was having an operation and ask for her fiancÚ's PMV to be processed faster and was told no. They pretty much said that everyone is in the same situation waiting.


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