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Old 01-15-2013, 08:28 PM
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That's crazy! Congrats! It's amazing to hear all the good news on this thread!

What subclass did you apply for?

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That's crazy! Congrats! It's amazing to hear all the good news on this thread!

What subclass did you apply for?
Hey, I did a 309. Living in Canada right now. We may leave in 2 weeks. We may stay and travel a bit longer before we go back. Too many choices! We didn't expect it so early!

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Hey, I did a 309. Living in Canada right now. We may leave in 2 weeks. We may stay and travel a bit longer before we go back. Too many choices! We didn't expect it so early!
Just curious, I noticed you are de facto, can you give us a little detail about your case please, how long you have been with your partner, what you submitted etc. Starting to think now that we made a mistake applying to Washington DC, perhaps we should have applied to Ottawa instead, seems they are more efficient.

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Just curious, I noticed you are de facto, can you give us a little detail about your case please, how long you have been with your partner, what you submitted etc. Starting to think now that we made a mistake applying to Washington DC, perhaps we should have applied to Ottawa instead, seems they are more efficient.

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We met in 2010 when I was on a student visa. Never fully entered a committed relationship until 2011 when I returned after being home for 3 months. He moved back and left his job to come to Canada for a year.
I really think it depends on the case officer. I still don't know how it went through so quickly. We aren't engaged or married or anything. No kids, no nothing. We are 25 and 27.

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We met in 2010 when I was on a student visa. Never fully entered a committed relationship until 2011 when I returned after being home for 3 months. He moved back and left his job to come to Canada for a year.
I really think it depends on the case officer. I still don't know how it went through so quickly. We aren't engaged or married or anything. No kids, no nothing. We are 25 and 27.
Well you must have done something right, perhaps a large bribe?? Anyway congratulations to you, I am jealous.

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Wow that is really quick! Congrats jen_d_23!


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Sean your 5 months is tomorrow are you getting excited??

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Tararabee! I'm so psyched for tomorrow! I've even got a little morning visa routine planned for tomorrow. Obviously nothing is certain yet, I'm just excited for them to be somewhat more helpful.

We actually changed our flights to the 18th of February, so fingers crossed this works out. It can't come quicker anymore. The weather has been crap in Toronto lately so my partner and I are really excited to get back. Her poor Aussie body can't adapt to these temperatures of -26C!

How's the moving plans going with you guys?

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...Awesome of you to remember by the way! Thanks so much!

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