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Old 03-08-2016, 03:40 AM
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Old 03-08-2016, 05:47 AM
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Keep applying, ask shorter time multi entry, use a registered migration agent (ones on this site are all good). Use the cyclone as a reason maybe. Re applying will not hurt the PMV.

I had a few refused, but got good visitor visa after PMV application.


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Just one note, you mention about the co not taking into account evidence attached to your pmv they wouldn't as that is a different application. Each application is based on its merits and the evidence provided for that application. You need to put everything in front of them not make it so they have to go looking. Wouldn't surprise me if people doing the TV don't have access to pmv or partner evidence, just the ability to see one is in the works.
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Also curious is the agent Mara registered k


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I did not wait the 30 days, 3 visitor visa applications in a very short time. That did not effect my PMV or the next visitor visa applications. But I did have to leave a kid behind to get first visitor visas.


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