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Old 08-27-2015, 06:37 PM
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It seems to me you are bragging, you dont even carnt understand what its like what we go through the 10 or months of your life on hold , checking your email, everyday. Not knowing whats going to happen, I say its very different. Not being racest or anything but I also think it made alot of difference that you live or from germany aswell.and hat I see its alot easier for defacto visa been granted, than married couples. By the way congates to you both!!!!!!!


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I am sure its hard for you and I completely understand that but why is it bragging to offer some help here to other that might not know what to do or include with there application I was simply stating what my CO wrote me.
And accusing the embassy to be racist or whatever is simply out of line sorry, do you have proof for that ?
I still wish you all the best and everyone else as well


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Old 08-28-2015, 01:33 AM
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Hey guys! We have some news! My partner got an email yesterday saying that he needs to go offshore for his visa grant. He applied on 27 November 2014. He is German. He came to Australia with me on a working holiday visa at the end of June this year. Feel free to ask if you have any questions.

We are trying to figure out where to fly to for a few days. I think in the email it said the minimum time to be offshore is 4 days. Does anyone have any cheap suggestions other than New Zealand? We live in Qld.

Good luck to everyone else who is waiting! I hope your visas are granted soon and you're reunited with your beloved ones!

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Old 08-28-2015, 02:59 AM
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... Does anyone have any cheap suggestions other than New Zealand? We live in Qld...!
Tasmania...haha no just jokes!
Try Fiji!


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Hey guys! We have some news! My partner got an email yesterday saying that he needs to go offshore for his visa grant. He applied on 27 November 2014. He is German. He came to Australia with me on a working holiday visa at the end of June this year. Feel free to ask if you have any questions. We are trying to figure out where to fly to for a few days. I think in the email it said the minimum time to be offshore is 4 days. Does anyone have any cheap suggestions other than New Zealand? We live in Qld. Good luck to everyone else who is waiting! I hope your visas are granted soon and you're reunited with your beloved ones!

Go to Malaysia they have dirt cheap flights with air Asia

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That's great news, BeachLoveSun! It's been a while since we heard of any grant updates. May I ask who your CO is?

Also I second the recommendation to get an AirAsia flight somewhere, eg Kuala Lumpur, they're usually the best deals around.

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Hello All,

I submitted the application on 30.06.15 (Berlin Office) and so far have not heard anything. It was done digitally and not all the docs were submitted at once.
Based on your experiences - when can you expect to have a case officer?
It has been quite few weeks (9 weeks) and no news.
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Hi all, just updating to all that we're leaving on a visiting visa for 3 months for my husband, due to the fact had a phone call from my dad that my mother has taken to be very ill. Tommorow I will be informing my co of the matter.sigh sigh now getting very depressed and worried for my mum !!!!!!


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Hey guys! We have some news! My partner got an email yesterday saying that he needs to go offshore for his visa grant. He applied on 27 November 2014. He is German. He came to Australia with me on a working holiday visa at the end of June this year. Feel free to ask if you have any questions.
Hey BeachLoveSun, did your partner got a time frame, until when he has to go offshore the latest?


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Sorry to hear your mother is ill, K&k. It sounds like a good idea for you to go home for a while and spend time with your family while you wait for news of the partner visa. I hope the CO reacts by giving you a grant now.

ritarita, we didn't hear anything back from the department after the initial confirmation of application until about 4 months into the wait. Hold tight.

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