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Old 09-02-2014, 12:43 PM
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GUYS I GOT MY VISA!!!!!!

Six months and seven days, the most stressful days of my life :') Opening the email was SUCH a nerve wrecking experience, I don't even know where to start cause I need to tell everybody now! :') :') :')

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Congrats we are nearly 7 months maybe we next


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Congrats we are nearly 7 months maybe we next
Maybe it took less time for me bc it's a PMV and not a legit Partner Visa or something. Anyway, good luck to everybody, hang in there! Big hugs

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guys i got my visa!!!!!!

Six months and seven days, the most stressful days of my life :') opening the email was such a nerve wrecking experience, i don't even know where to start cause i need to tell everybody now! :') :') :')
congrats!!!

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wow!!! I was just signing in to say that yes I think we will definitely be getting some grants in September and to get ready for good news! and then I see that someone just got their visa! Congrats!!! awesome!!! Super happy for you! I am dying with anticipation, anxiety, etc. I can't wait to see who is next! I am just beside myself waiting to be together with my loved one. and to be able to settle in the same country once and for all will just be an unbelievable feeling. I am hoping and praying that we get our visa this month but if not, then I know for sure others on here will and I will be happy for them too. September has to be a good month. I just know it. Until then waiting, waiting, waiting... almost at the end. nearly at the six month mark...(3 days away) nervous!!! Congrats on your wonderful news!!!

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Today marks exactly 6 months since we applied for the 309/100 visa!!! yiikes! super anxious... Hoping, praying, longing... You all know how it goes.

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We have decided to go the tourist visa whilst waiting. The separation is hurting my kids with them constantly crying and wanting there dad( non biological but they see him as dad) and at least we can be together whilst we wait. 7 months nearly waiting so hopefully not much longer and we do a quick trip to New Zealand when we know it will be approved.

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We have decided to go the tourist visa whilst waiting. The separation is hurting my kids with them constantly crying and wanting there dad( non biological but they see him as dad) and at least we can be together whilst we wait. 7 months nearly waiting so hopefully not much longer and we do a quick trip to New Zealand when we know it will be approved.
I can understand that one. I am in a very similar situation. My partner is my kids stepfather too and they love him like if he were their father. They miss him very much and cannot understand why he can't just come home and stay. He was just here recently on a tourist visa during spouse visa processing but we didnt get the visa yet and he had to go home, which was hard. we are considering another tourist visa. It is definitely easier waiting together as the three months he was here flew by so quickly. Good luck and I wish you the best. I am happy you will be together again soon. I think you have made a good decision.


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Here is an advise... Do NOT send emails to your CO larger than 5 MB. We did (with important stuff). If we would have sent our CO a number of smaller emails, we would have got my visa much earlier. The whole thing ended yup with our CO was waiting for us to send stuff in (which we did...but it didn't get thru)...and we were waiting for our CO to get back to us telling us everything was just fine and grant our visa. But, nothing happened.

After 8 months and 3-ish weeks later...and some calls leading to voicemails, emails, etc...today we finally got in touch with our CO (he was really nice) and he told us all about the 5 MB-mali-limit and straight after that all we emailed him everything (again) but in smaller e-mails... About 15-20 min later we received the magic email.... GRANTED! SOOOO HAPPY!

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