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Old 02-22-2012, 05:50 PM
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All police checks should be sent in original. Dont know about Vienna, but Berlin does not mind receiving police checks with the application. You should go and apply for it asap, as it can take quite some time depending on the country. Additionally, do try to convey in your personal statement that you have a steady job here and are not looking to go to australia to get social security. I think a lot of COs might be looking out for such cases also. good luck!

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well that's the biggest problem for me at the moment! my partner and I came to Austria on the 23.12.2011 and we spent time with my family! we planned to go and work in dubai but because of the law we've been a bit worried! so we decided back to Australia! my partner is back in Sydney and got work again but as I don't know how long it will take its quiet hard to take a job again!


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hi kikki, As im not sure who you are replying to, Im unable to understand your situation accurately (as to what the biggest problem is). i dont know anything about getting an afp because i didnt need to get one. all my best wishes to you and hope it works out.

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Date of application: 26-09-2011

Nationality: Macedonian

Visa type: Partner Visa Subclass 309

Offshore/onshore: Offshore

Medicals submitted (yes/no): yes (sent by Doctor )

Police check submitted (yes/no): yes

Date CO assigned: 30-09-2011

Interview: 03-11-2011

Date visa granted: 22-Feb-2012

Application was submitted at the Australian embassy in Belgrade

Finally the wait is over

to everyone waiting:
All the best, it's worth it

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Exclamation You need to be on-shore for the grant of the visa if you applied 4 the on-shore visa

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Actually, if you apply onshore, you may be either in or out of Australia when the visa is granted. I tried to find a link to where I read this, but the immi.gov.au site seems to be down for me.
Hi, this is not true. I was in that exact situation and my visa grant was held up until I returned to Australia. I actually came back just for the visa, spending 2000 dollars on a return-flight ticket because my partner and I want to spend time in my home country until the end of this year.
If you apply onshore, you need to be onshore for the grant.


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Date of application: 10/01/2011

Nationality: German

Visa type: De Facto/Partner Temporary Visa

Offshore/onshore: Onshore in Brisbane

Medicals submitted (yes/no): yes 23/02/11

Police check submitted (yes/no): yes

Date CO assigned: 10/11/2011
Date NEW CO assigned: 16/02/2012

Date visa granted: 22/02/2012


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Date of application: 26-09-2011

Nationality: Macedonian

Visa type: Partner Visa Subclass 309

Offshore/onshore: Offshore

Medicals submitted (yes/no): yes (sent by Doctor )

Police check submitted (yes/no): yes

Date CO assigned: 30-09-2011

Interview: 03-11-2011

Date visa granted: 22-Feb-2012

Application was submitted at the Australian embassy in Belgrade

Finally the wait is over

to everyone waiting:
All the best, it's worth it
DayByDay I, am so thrilled for you guys.. the wait is worth it as you said.


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Old 02-23-2012, 06:05 AM
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it seems that visas are granted in batches. quite a few people have been approved in europe in the last few days.

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OMG DaybyDay, this is amazing news!!! so happy for you guys, means they are finally starting to move in Belgrade, oh hope ours comes soon too, all the best to you and your wife!


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Hi, this is not true. I was in that exact situation and my visa grant was held up until I returned to Australia. I actually came back just for the visa, spending 2000 dollars on a return-flight ticket because my partner and I want to spend time in my home country until the end of this year.
If you apply onshore, you need to be onshore for the grant.
Maybe it was different years ago when I first looked into this. But I was wrong. However, when applying for the Permanent Visa, you can be in or out of the country.

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