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Old 11-12-2013, 02:01 PM
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Congratulations! Thats great news!

Did you applied for subclass 100? Who is your CO?

ohh this makes me even more nervous!
Thanks, Marjan! My CO was MB and he was a very silent CO. I have only heard from him once when he asked me to do the medicals. And actually there is another name on my visa grant, not MB, so I am confused who my CO in reality was.

I mentioned in my application that I would appreciate if they consider me for a sublass 100 based on my marriage of many years, not more than that.

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Congratultion lilia,from tomorrow i can check your email with relax,good luck,i applied the first of june,so i hope one month or more,im also married from long time,16 years and two children.everyday is a long day,good luck again

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Sorry you can chek the email with relax

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Hi guys,

Last week we heard from the CO (after about 3 weeks of the initial application) asking for 2 items. One was the medical which we had arranged to be done earlier this week. The other was a small clarification required on one of the questions, nothing serious.

Is it normal that they will read the application again and ask for more information that they 'forgot' last time? Just curious.

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Hey Mitch,

Yes, that is normal for them to ask for more information or documents.
I have been asked for 3 more documents besides the medicals.


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My Wife and I submitted her application 2 weeks ago.
My with and step daughter are Russian, but we live in Norway (our son and me are Australian).
We have a court document from my step daughters father saying we can live in Norway, Australia and UK.
Hopefully all will go good.


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Old 11-19-2013, 11:04 AM
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My Wife and I submitted her application 2 weeks ago.
My with and step daughter are Russian, but we live in Norway (our son and me are Australian).
We have a court document from my step daughters father saying we can live in Norway, Australia and UK.
Hopefully all will go good.
I think that will be just fine they'd want a court document or a form 1229.
Good luck!

Well i've almost lost my patience.. tomorrow it's been 2 weeks since our Co recieved the papers. Wonder How soon "finalise as soon as possible" is for them haha.

How is everyone else doing any news from your Co's?


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Old 11-27-2013, 10:03 AM
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We just got granted our visa!!!! I'm soo happy!

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We just got granted our visa!!!! I'm soo happy!
Congratulation Marjan! When are you going? I am so frustrated to spend winter in the Netherlands...


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Congratulations Marjan!


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