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Old 02-27-2015, 10:49 AM
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Not a thing. Not on the London thread either.

It's a cruel joke that they haven't processed a single person for the entire month of February. June applications look to be the next people to be processed.

They had an entire month to process the June applications and they just did nothing.

I guess this is how they are pushing the waiting times up to 10-14 months. Just refuse to process anyone for a couple of months....

Here is hoping the people that applied in June get some attention beginning next week in March

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Yeah, fingers crossed!!!!

We applied 2.6.2014 so we are really looking forward to these first weeks of March hoping we would get the visa finalized!!


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Good news!!!

I finally got my visa GRANTED this morning wohoooo!!!! Couldnt be happier

It took exactly 9 months. We applied 2.6.2014 and got the grant today 2.3.2015!!

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Good news!!! I finally got my visa GRANTED this morning wohoooo!!!! Couldnt be happier It took exactly 9 months. We applied 2.6.2014 and got the grant today 2.3.2015!!
Thats amazing vanillabeans! Enjoy your new life in Australia

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Congrats vanillabeans!

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I finally got my visa GRANTED this morning wohoooo!!!! Couldnt be happier

It took exactly 9 months. We applied 2.6.2014 and got the grant today 2.3.2015!!
Congrats and happy reunion I know the feeling

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Congratulations VanillaBeans... Great News!

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Amazing news Vanillabeans!!! Have a safe trip to Australia and we hope you enjoy the excitment of setting your life up in Australia :-)

For the rest of us it is still a waiting game. But its GREAT to finally see people who applied in June finally being approved.

Are the people that applied in July still included in that group that has 8-9 month processing times? Or are the July applications bumped up to the 10-14 month waiting times?

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Looks like some more of our London applicants that applied in June have got approvals.

Are there anymore people that applied for June at the Berlin embassy?

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Hi Guys,
Planning to apply for the offshore de facto partner visa in April. Could you please let me know whether Poland is considered as a low or high risk coutry?
I am from Poland, my partner is Australian and we have been living in the Netherlands for the past 8 years. We started the relationship back in 2010; living together since May 2011.
We do have the home address were we live - I moved into my partner's place and afterwards we started subletting a place from the friend of ours. We are registered in the city hall under the same address but the current contract isnt in our name.
We do not have bills or contract on both names (but there is a movement on our accounts (we have seperated bank accounts) since we have been living together - we pay bills together.
We have been to Australia 3 times together (I had a 3 x visitor visa), travelled a lot within Europe. We have quite some plane tickets, reservations....
Parents of my partner will be the witnesses to support the relationship.
Do you think its enough?
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