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Old 06-16-2013, 05:54 PM
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So excited for you Anette! Safe travels!

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Hey wonderful berliners,

A new week, new hope. Thank heavens we do not have a holiday coming up soon.

Just a quick question. What happens if I move out of Germany before my visa is granted? I have decided to leave Germany in mid August (well, I am done with my studies) and go back to Kenya or Canada and wait out the visa. Anyone ever moved away from the country where they lodged their application?

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Hey wonderful berliners,

A new week, new hope. Thank heavens we do not have a holiday coming up soon.

Just a quick question. What happens if I move out of Germany before my visa is granted? I have decided to leave Germany in mid August (well, I am done with my studies) and go back to Kenya or Canada and wait out the visa. Anyone ever moved away from the country where they lodged their application?
I don't think it matters where you are as long as you inform your CO about it...


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Thanks Lillia

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There's just a form you have to send in to change your address, that's all. Very easy.

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There's just a form you have to send in to change your address, that's all. Very easy.
Thanks CollegeGirl. Will go look for that form and start filling it in ready to be mailed lol.

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Hi guys,
I was just wondering, if you get granted the Temporary residency, after two years when you are assessed for permanent residency do you have to pay extra money for it? Today I spoke to a lady who said she was applying for her PR and it will cost $5000!! She was on a 457 visa though.


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No, because with the 309/100 you apply for both stages at the same time, so the fee you pay covers the whole processing.

It's a different story with the PMV (300) though, which requires an initial application with its own application fee, and then another application for the 820/801, so it amounts to three applications all together. But PMV holders have reduced rates for the married visa, which evens the playing field as far as fees are concerned.

So don't worry, the initial 2700 or so you pay will cover it all!

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Thank goodness!


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Yeah, it's a heavy blow to applicants' pockets as it is!

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