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Tourist Visa from Bali to Australia - where are they assessed?


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Tourist Visa from Bali to Australia - where are they assessed?

Hi Everyone,

I have a question I am hoping someone may be able to help me with. My Fiance applied for her PMV in Denpasar in October, has done the medical but of course has not had any news of being assigned a case officer yet. So...about 15 days ago she applied for a 3 month tourist Visa to come to Aus as we are invited to a few family events for NYE, etc and we also plan to go on a holiday up the east coast of Aus for a few weeks. We know that due to the Christmas rush the Tourist visas are taking 15 days or more to get a decision at the moment however last Friday she noticed a missed call on her phone from the Australian Embassy in Jakarta.

Due to public holidays the embassy has been closed since then and she has not been able to call them.

We are unsure if the call would be about her PMV or her Tourist Visa. I know the Aus embassy in Jakarta assess the PMV's but I have heard the Aus consulate in Bali assess the tourist visas (????)

I know we may be guessing, pre-empting and also panicking a bit but we have no idea why the Embassy might be calling her. Another friend suggested that they may want to organise an interview with her as they only attend Bali at certain times to undertake visa interviews.

I am about to talk about some big "IF's" now but........if she gets her TV then apparently she has 4 weeks to use this Visa to come here but what if the embassy does want to organise an interview and the interviews are say in 5 weeks time????

If she had to stay in Bali for the interview this means her TV would expire so my (hypothetical) questions are....

1. If that did occur could she ask for her time to use the TV to be extended?

or

2. Could she do the interview here in Australia if she is here on her TV.

I am hoping someone (anyone) might have been through a similar situation and have some idea what our options would be if this all turns out like this.

Thanks for any help or comments!!

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