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Old 08-19-2020, 12:59 PM
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75% taking 16 months
90% taking 29 months!!! Thatís a whopping 11 months longer 😔
Partner visas are faster than that.

I assume you are looking at the Prospective marriage visa.

PMV: Jul 2020: 16-29 = 75% took up to 16 months. 10% took over 29 Months.

It looks like only one visa took 29 months, the other few took under 16 months. One of those was from Pretoria. (Zimbabwean) and took 15.6 months. I assume the others were faster than 15.6.

There are very few 300s even being granted. Only 8 were granted in the 3 months April to June, compared to almost 600 in the previous 3 months.

Most 300s are not even being granted during the pandemic.

Previous times for the PMV were:
Dec 2019: 17-23 = 75% took up to 17 months. 10% took over 23 months.

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Old 08-19-2020, 01:21 PM
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💔 up to 29 months
But partner visas are a bit faster than last month.

Partner Visa subclass 309

Jul 2020: 15-20 = 75% took up to 15 months. 15% between 15 and 20 months, and 10% took over 20 months.

Jun 2020: 16-22 = 75% took up to 16 months. 15% between 16 and 22 months, and 10% took over 22 Months.

And take account of the fact that those 10%, that are so much slower than the other 75%, might have unusual circumstances that cause longer processing.

Applicants with convictions etc, or simply incomplete applications, can end up being delayed beyond the normal times. Unfortunately this also happens with some countries where it is difficult to confirm some things with local authorities etc.

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Best news ever, PMV 300 granted finally!!!
Applied April 2018
Received grant today 21 August 2020.
It has been such a long hard road and we both wanted to give up numerous times but the live always got us through. Thank you all for your support and help throughout this process. Now to apply for the excemption!

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Best news ever, PMV 300 granted finally!!!
Applied April 2018
Received grant today 21 August 2020.
It has been such a long hard road and we both wanted to give up numerous times but the live always got us through. Thank you all for your support and help throughout this process. Now to apply for the excemption!
Congrats ❤️❤️

We are waiting for international flights to resume from Lagos so my husband can finally come .. hopefully not too much longer 🤞


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Best news ever, PMV 300 granted finally!!!
Applied April 2018
Received grant today 21 August 2020.
It has been such a long hard road and we both wanted to give up numerous times but the live always got us through. Thank you all for your support and help throughout this process. Now to apply for the excemption!

Congrats ❤️❤️

We are waiting for international flights to resume from Lagos so my husband can finally come .. hopefully not too much longer 🤞
Oh I didn’t realise flights hadn’t resumed at all! Does he have the visa and excemption already?


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Oh I didnít realise flights hadnít resumed at all! Does he have the visa and excemption already?
Finding flights might be a problem from some countries.

Australia is still limiting numbers allowed to enter Australia.

At the National Cabinet meeting today, it was agreed ďon the balance of riskĒ that the number of people allowed to return from overseas at present will remain at 4,000 per week.

Border force say their are still more than 18,000 Australians trying to fly home.

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Oh I didn’t realise flights hadn’t resumed at all! Does he have the visa and excemption already?
Finding flights might be a problem from some countries.

Australia is still limiting numbers allowed to enter Australia.

At the National Cabinet meeting today, it was agreed “on the balance of risk” that the number of people allowed to return from overseas at present will remain at 4,000 per week.

Border force say their are still more than 18,000 Australians trying to fly home.
Hopefully that may start to change as the numbers come down 🤞


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Best news ever, PMV 300 granted finally!!!
Applied April 2018
Received grant today 21 August 2020.
It has been such a long hard road and we both wanted to give up numerous times but the live always got us through. Thank you all for your support and help throughout this process. Now to apply for the excemption!

Congrats ❤️❤️

We are waiting for international flights to resume from Lagos so my husband can finally come .. hopefully not too much longer 🤞
Oh I didn’t realise flights hadn’t resumed at all! Does he have the visa and excemption already?
He has the 309 visa, so doesnt need an exemption, flights are due to resume August 27th - but we will wait and see!!


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