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Old 01-31-2017, 06:50 AM
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Hey guys, just wanted to give you guys a bit of hope!

Today we got granted both 309 and 100 subclass visa's through Berlin in 3.5 months. Very fast from what I'm seeing. Good luck to everyone
Congratulations and what a great outcome!

Who was your case officer?

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Old 02-03-2017, 09:31 AM
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Some visas!! Good to hear guys and congrats!!

Any passangers from the January16-train? I hope driver is not too sleepy!
I really want to get off


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Old 02-06-2017, 11:47 AM
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Hi everyone, good news!

our PMV subclass 300 has been granted today, we applied on April 6th 2016 so we've waited a total of 10 months.

Now to book some tickets! good luck to everyone else waiting

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Congrats on the grant! So nice when the wait is finally over!

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Old 02-09-2017, 07:42 AM
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Hi all!

I've been reading up on this forum for a while now, but never introduced myself so here we go:

I applied for the 309/100 Partner Visa Offshore from the Netherlands on Nov 11th 2016. I am waiting in Holland since Sept 2nd 2016, because I couldn't stay in Australia on my tourist visa any longer. So I'm apart from my boyfriend since then.

Been working my ass off since Sept 2016 to pay for the visa and flights, and even more to keep myself occupied and not missing my boyfriend and Australia every second of the day :-). Time went by pretty quickly I have to say. It did help majorly that I knew since the week before x-mas that I would see my boyfriend again in Feb this year, because he booked tickets to come and visit! =D He will be here for my birthday on Feb 22nd. Super excited to see him in exactly one week from today! After he leaves, Feb 28th, we eagerly hope that it will only be another 2 months or so. Fingers crossed!

I have uploaded all the needed documents on Nov 10 2016. Did my Health Check a week later. Even uploaded Form 80, just to make the process go quicker if they were planing to ask for it on a later stage. I have loads of pretty strong evidence and a few good Stat Decs of our Aussie friends. I feel confident about our case. We have been together for over a year, and we have bene living together in Australia for 10 full months.

I find it amazing how much personal information they actually need, haha! But it's a for the greater goal, so you will not hear me complain about it =P.

I find the forums a great help to find out more info or just to feel that I'm not really alone in this :-) So thanks to you all and good luck to everyone including myself!

Lindsay.


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Old 02-14-2017, 07:47 AM
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Hey guys!

Just submitted my online application yesterday. Can't believe it. Now the waiting game can begin .

Here's about our case: I am from Finland and my husband is Australian. We met in 2012 and have pretty much lived together since June 2012. We married in august 2013 and our daughter was born March 2016.

So we have a very straight forward case and plenty of evidence. I read that since we have been married for so long and have a kid, I should be entitled to PR straight away. That would be amazing.

Really curious on how long the processing will take but we are not in super hurry. We are not planning to move back until about couple of years from now. Though I am aware that I have to go to Australia to stamp my visa once visa is granted.

Good luck to everyone waiting! Will keep you posted on when I hear something (probably not in a looooooong while )

Take care!

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Old 02-26-2017, 01:35 AM
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Hello everyone - a big thank you to the forum for the support received!!
We finally received our 300 visa - after 16 months of waiting!! Over the moon with the news and looking forward to planning the wedding. Would have been even harder if not for the support given by all of you.

I have a question with the 820 application that we will submit after the wedding -
do we have to submit all of the documents again or just the wedding certificate and new photographs.
Also for the permanent residence - do we now wait another 2 years from the date of lodging of the new application or does the 16 month wait for the PMV count as well???

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Hey guys!

Just submitted my online application yesterday. Can't believe it. Now the waiting game can begin .

Here's about our case: I am from Finland and my husband is Australian. We met in 2012 and have pretty much lived together since June 2012. We married in august 2013 and our daughter was born March 2016.

So we have a very straight forward case and plenty of evidence. I read that since we have been married for so long and have a kid, I should be entitled to PR straight away. That would be amazing.

Really curious on how long the processing will take but we are not in super hurry. We are not planning to move back until about couple of years from now. Though I am aware that I have to go to Australia to stamp my visa once visa is granted.

Good luck to everyone waiting! Will keep you posted on when I hear something (probably not in a looooooong while )

Take care!

Best regards,

Ella
Another Finn!

Onnea on your application and Tervetuloua!

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Old 02-26-2017, 07:49 AM
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Onnea on your application and Tervetuloua!
Kiitos paljon. Ja onnea sulle viisumin saannin johdosta .


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Old 02-27-2017, 12:12 AM
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Hello everyone - a big thank you to the forum for the support received!!
We finally received our 300 visa - after 16 months of waiting!! Over the moon with the news and looking forward to planning the wedding. Would have been even harder if not for the support given by all of you.

I have a question with the 820 application that we will submit after the wedding -
do we have to submit all of the documents again or just the wedding certificate and new photographs.
Also for the permanent residence - do we now wait another 2 years from the date of lodging of the new application or does the 16 month wait for the PMV count as well???
Congratulations on your visa grant! You did have a very long wait.

When you submit the 820 application you submit all your documents again, plus whatever new ones you have collected in the meantime. They probably won't look at the PMV application docs when assessing the 820.

Unfortunately the 16 month wait doesn't count towards permanent residence. The 2 years countdown until PR eligibility dates from the lodgement of the 820 partner visa. If, however, you've been together in a de facto relationship for 3 years at the time of the 820 lodgment (or 2 years if there is a child of the relationship) then you can be granted the 801 (PR) at the same time as you receive the 820.

So if you're close to that time frame, keep it in mind when deciding when to lodge the 820.

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