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Old 06-14-2016, 12:30 PM
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Thank you Njs
Is it ok if i send mail to the DIBP email id given in the correspondence mail by the department? Coz CO didn't give any mail id..


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Old 06-14-2016, 12:55 PM
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Is it ok if i send mail to the DIBP email id given in the correspondence mail by the department? Coz CO didn't give any mail id..
Yes.Quote CO's Name and the position number.


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Old 06-16-2016, 11:39 AM
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Hi All,

According to the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website partner visa is not subjects to a quota.
Please check the link given below;
Capping And Queuing

According to that;

Family Stream
Partner category visas:
Partner (subclasses 309/100 and 820/801) visas cannot be capped.
Prospective Marriage (fiancÚ) (subclass 300) visas might be subject to capping.
Child category visas:
Child (subclasses 101 and 802) visas, Dependent Child (subclass 445) visa, Orphan Relative (subclasses 117 and 837) visa and Adoption (subclass 102) visas cannot be capped.
Other Family category visas:
Aged Dependent Relative (subclasses 114 and 838) visas, Remaining Relative (subclasses 115 and 835) visas and Carer (subclasses 116 and 836) visas are subject to capping.
See: Other Family Visa Queue

Any comments?

Vinu


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It is unofficially capped. If it was not then there would be alot more grants than what there is. If you look at the projected and actual number of grants per year you will see there is not alot of difference between them.


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It is unofficially capped. If it was not then there would be alot more grants than what there is. If you look at the projected and actual number of grants per year you will see there is not a
lot of difference between them.
so can we have some hope after June 30th? and do you know if providing more evidence will fasten the procedure? i dnt kw why some people get 5 months and some people get 10 months


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so can we have some hope after June 30th? and do you know if providing more evidence will fasten the procedure? i dnt kw why some people get 5 months and some people get 10 months
Unfortunately it is all the luck of the draw. The adding more evidence doesn't appear to make it faster but no harm is adding more.

We need to remember that not everyone who applied is on forums so they could be granting visas just that we don't know about it.


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Old 06-17-2016, 07:28 AM
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Unfortunately it is all the luck of the draw. The adding more evidence doesn't appear to make it faster but no harm is adding more.
We need to remember that not everyone who applied is on forums so they could be granting visas just that we don't know about it.
yea fair enough. thank you


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Old 06-17-2016, 09:20 AM
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Hi all

I'm trying to find someone who applied for spouse visa 309 from Sri Lanka so I can get an idea of the timeline for the process.
Good Luck..Have a Happy journey.


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I subscribed and Its awesome . I think others too can make it soon


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Ya.vfs sri lanka
hi Asa,

About to go through this journey soon. Reading peoples comments it seems 309 can take 6 months or more in some cases. In that case I am thinking of lodging a visitor visa as soon as I lodge the partner visa for my partner.

Is it difficult to get the visitor visa granted for 1year? I'd appreciate if you can share some information on how you managed to go ahead with it and what documents they asked for, so we can prepare.

Thanks and all the best
Sam


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