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Old 05-15-2014, 02:05 PM
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We are at 5,5-ish months with KM.
We are at 6 months and 2 weeks with KM as CO as well.


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Old 05-15-2014, 06:08 PM
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I told myself i wasnt going to do this but i cant stop checking my email haha!

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Old 05-15-2014, 06:37 PM
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Hahahaha get used to that EastiAus! We check ours every 30 mins!

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Old 05-15-2014, 06:58 PM
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We received an email a few days ago from our CO, i was so excited, i really thought we might have got our visa granted but it turned out that he asked us if our daughter has received her Australian Citizenship Certificate which we have, thank goodness. Nice to know that he is thinking of us and that he took into consideration that we need to get other paper work finalized before we have a final date that we have to enter Australia. We still have to get my daughter an Australian passport so hopefully we have everyone's passports and documents before we have the visa granted!
HI EestiAus,

When our son was born here in Norway, we quickly got his Australian citizenship papers, and AUS passport.
AUS passport should have been 3-4 weeks processing via Copenhagen & Canberra, but we got it in 2 weeks!

When we sent the application for my wife and step daughter, we sent copies of his citizenship & passport with the application.

Good luck with your application.

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Old 05-18-2014, 08:00 AM
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Ive been looking back on past visa grants on this forum and have began to wonder whether they grant visas in the first week of every month?! I noticed a few people got their visas around the 7th april and then again around the 5th of may. In between these dates there has been nothing!
Maybe that means we will have a few more visas granted in the next couple of weeks?!

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Ive been looking back on past visa grants on this forum and have began to wonder whether they grant visas in the first week of every month?! I noticed a few people got their visas around the 7th april and then again around the 5th of may. In between these dates there has been nothing!
Maybe that means we will have a few more visas granted in the next couple of weeks?!
I'm not too sure about this "theory". Nancy posted that they got their visa granted on March 28th and Lolly (who had KM by the way as well) got hers on April 14th. So there doesnt seem to be a real pattern. However, you are right, lately the big bulk of visas got issued in the first week of each month.

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Well i hope that you are right then! Hahah better for us! You and i should be next on KM's list!
Tomorrow is a new week!!!

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Old 05-20-2014, 02:24 PM
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YAY, WE GOT OUR VISA (309) GRANTED TODAY - after 6 months and 19 days!
Official Application date: 1st November 2013, case officer: KM

I'm still shaking, while my partner yet does not know about the wonderful news, as he is already asleep.

Thanks a lot to all of you and your support!

I know that every relationship is different, but I just would like to point out that we got our 309 partner visa granted without having lived together 12 months prior to the application date.
My Aussie partner lived with me in Germany from January to September 2012 for 9 months. And I lived for 3 months at his place in Australia from Christmas 2012 until March 2013. So basically 12 months prior to application we had only lived 3 months together. It really worried me that many people wrote on the forum that it is highly unlikely to receive a 309 partner visa, if you had not lived 12 months together prior to application. But I guess we are a good example that it is possible, if you have really good evidences, like pics of my parents visiting my partner's family in Australia, good reasons for times of separation (work and study commitments) etc.!

I keep my fingers crossed that more visas will be granted soon. All the best to everyone who is still waiting!


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Hi Frangga - Great news. Enjoy your life together in Oz. Very best wishes to you both. Cheers...

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YAY, WE GOT OUR VISA (309) GRANTED TODAY - after 6 months and 19 days!
Official Application date: 1st November 2013, case officer: KM

I'm still shaking, while my partner yet does not know about the wonderful news, as he is already asleep.

Thanks a lot to all of you and your support!

I know that every relationship is different, but I just would like to point out that we got our 309 partner visa granted without having lived together 12 months prior to the application date.
My Aussie partner lived with me in Germany from January to September 2012 for 9 months. And I lived for 3 months at his place in Australia from Christmas 2012 until March 2013. So basically 12 months prior to application we had only lived 3 months together. It really worried me that many people wrote on the forum that it is highly unlikely to receive a 309 partner visa, if you had not lived 12 months together prior to application. But I guess we are a good example that it is possible, if you have really good evidences, like pics of my parents visiting my partner's family in Australia, good reasons for times of separation (work and study commitments) etc.!

I keep my fingers crossed that more visas will be granted soon. All the best to everyone who is still waiting!

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