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Old 09-20-2014, 01:19 AM
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Just to give people out here some hope: 309 no risk country partner visa granted today after 7 months and 1 day. Good luck everyone!
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Hey, i'm a bit new here but I just read something and wondered if someone could clarify for me.
The wait guideline that someone posted for after July 1 applications of 10-15 months, does this mean you absolutely wait a minimum of 10 months, no questions asked, no exceptions? I have heard that embassies are strict on wait times, but i'm just confused if that's what it means.
I am not looking to make it go faster or anything I just want to understand that part.
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Hey, i'm a bit new here but I just read something and wondered if someone could clarify for me.
The wait guideline that someone posted for after July 1 applications of 10-15 months, does this mean you absolutely wait a minimum of 10 months, no questions asked, no exceptions? I have heard that embassies are strict on wait times, but i'm just confused if that's what it means.
I am not looking to make it go faster or anything I just want to understand that part.
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Unfortunately that's exactly what it means, the average wait time for a visa grant is 10 to 15 months. On the odd occasion sone grants may be slightly less than 10 months, on the other hand some may be longer than 15 months, it depends on the complexity of your application.

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Do online applications get processed at Berlin as well? I am about to apply from Greece


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I have the same question about online application processing; my fiance applied from Italy.


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Yes online go to berlin


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Yes online go to berlin
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I am filling in the form 929 to send an update regarding my new (renewed) passport details. Everything seems to be fairly simple but i have one question though:

"Question 13 : Details of other passport(s) held by the applicant/visa holder"
What should I fill in here ?
should I add the details of all my previous (expired) passports ?

A scanned copy would be ok or should I post a certified hard copy of my passport ?

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I have the same question about online application processing; my fiance applied from Italy.
Yep I'm from Italy and we did online / Berlin

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