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Old 01-18-2014, 04:39 AM
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Wait a second - you're already married and you've applied for a PMV (Prospective Marriage Visa)? I'm hoping you're just confusing the PMV and the Partner Visa, Yha, because if you applied for the PMV (Subclass 300) you don't even qualify for that visa because you're already married.

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Yikes, I just caught that too CG. >_<

Yha, I hope that you have just been typing the wrong thing when you say PMV instead of partner visa. (And I kind of figure that you are because I would hope that your Case Officer would tell you that you are not eligible for that Visa soon after filing rather than asking for more evidence 4 months later.)

Just to be clear, a PMV (Prospective Marriage Visa - subclass 300) is a visa where the Australian fiancÚ sponsors their foreign applicant fiancÚ so that the foreign applicant can move to Australia to marry their Australian partner. This visa has to be lodged outside of Australia and is only valid for 9 months, during which time the couple needs to marry. After they've married, they can apply for an Onshore Partner Visa (subclass 820/801) to stay in Australia.

If you are already legally married to your partner and currently reside outside of Australia you have hopefully applied for an Offshore Partner Visa (subclass 309/100) on the basis of marriage, which allows you to move to Australia to be with your partner.

Hope you're alright!

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Old 01-19-2014, 12:32 AM
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Hi college girl, its me whose confused not pmv, I mean we applied for Partner visa 309/100. But were lacking of evidences libe joint bills, joint accounts.
Because after we got married he need to back in Australia we spend only 3 weeks when he was here. And only 2 months getting to know each other when I was in Australia to visit my sister. So we really haven't been living together in one roof for.

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