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Old 06-03-2013, 02:01 PM
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Isnt this the last month they grant visa's?
And does the new year start in august? So which means we dont have to expect anything next month?

I dont expect to get an answer before august anyway.. but yeh just wondering .

Do have something to look forward to tho, My Partner is coming over for a short holiday next month. I'm so happy, because i didnt think i was gonna see him again before the end of this year or if visa refused,next year. Gonna Enjoy every second

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Isnt this the last month they grant visa's?
And does the new year start in august? So which means we dont have to expect anything next month?
Please say it isnīt so...
Iīve waited 5― months now and been away from my partner for 7― months.
I asked my CO almost 5 weeks ago what the situation is regarding my visa and asked very nicely if there was a chance it could be granted in time for my partners 50th birthday on the 20th of june.Still no reply
Yes I know they basically donīt give a shit they are dealing with human beings but I was stupid enough to hope he would pull my application out as Iīve waited 6 months on that exact date.
If I could leave on a Tourist visa I would,but I canīt. I have to wait until my 309 gets granted.
Living with your parents at the age of 45 is a nightmare,at least for me as there is mental illness involved in the closest family and I canīt be honest and say it could take up to 9 months or more or Iīll definitely be kicked out.
I just wish all Berlin visas would be finalized asap so we can all be with our loved ones.
At the moment I feel līm not ever going to go back "home" to Sweden.Iīve had more than enough. Sorry,rant over...
I know every situation is different and itīs hard for everyone.
Iīm trying to remain positive but when shit hits the fan here I really have no where to go and it sucks real bad.
Wish my CO would call me and say my visa has been granted and Iīll be leaving the next day.
Iīll probably be at Sydney Airport before my partner...lol

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I'm not sure AJ but i think i have read it somewhere but i'm almost sure it applies for the Prospective marriage visa (300) well that is when the number of visas set by the minister for a visa class for the migration program year has been reached, no further visas can be granted in that program year. That is on the 30th of june.

The 309 and 100 cant be capped so you dont have to worry about that.

I'm sorry i didnt want to upset you.. my question was for the Subclass 300 berliners.

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Itīs ok,Marjan What you said does sound familiar.
Letīs just hope things start happening in Berlin very soon.It canīt be that far away now. *fingers crossed*

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everything you want to know about capping visas...
Partner category visas:
Partner (subclasses 309/100 and 820/801) visas cannot be capped.
Prospective Marriage (fianc&#233 (subclass 300) visas may be subject to capping.

Capping and Queuing

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Hi Guys
I've been following this thread for a while now, my partner live in Australia but New Zealand citizen and we apply for New Zealand Family Temporary visa Subclass 461 if anyone know how long it take for the processing


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Meez, your question doesn't have anything to do with Berlin processing times... nor did it have anything to do with the other thread you posted it in. Can you please start your own thread or find a relevant thread to post your question in? Thanks.

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oh yes it does i lodged my application 18/2/13 at berlin office that's why i ask that question my friend well you can check OZ site about Subclass 461


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There was nothing in your post about having lodged in Berlin... I apologize for the misunderstanding. Filling out your timeline could help others know information like that at a glance...

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And you posted the same question in a thread about Prospective Marriage Visas in Ghana so you can understand my confusion...

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