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Old 07-13-2012, 12:44 PM
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HOORAY!!!

My husband got his visa granted yesterday.

Australia, here we come!!!!

We're both incredibly happy and excited about our new future!

Now, the REAL hardwork begins with selling, packing and shipping
Congratulations, well done. At least there will be a big grin on your faces whilst you are going about those tasks

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Old 07-13-2012, 01:03 PM
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Hi everyone

Just to let you know that our visa was granted yesterday. 5 months was the time it took.
We lodged our application at Madrid.

Australia here we come

Congratulations to all those who also got their visas granted recently.

And all the best for those who are still waiting!

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Old 07-13-2012, 05:22 PM
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Hi everyone

Just to let you know that our visa was granted yesterday. 5 months was the time it took.
We lodged our application at Madrid.

Australia here we come

Congratulations to all those who also got their visas granted recently.

And all the best for those who are still waiting!
Great result, congratulations exciting expectations await you.

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Old 07-13-2012, 05:52 PM
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hooray!!!

My husband got his visa granted yesterday.

Australia, here we come!!!!

We're both incredibly happy and excited about our new future!

Now, the real hardwork begins with selling, packing and shipping
congratulations!!!!!!

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[QUOTE=faith_pmw;59334]My Subclass 300 visa (PMV) has been granted today

Good luck and God bless to all those who are still waiting [/QUOT

Glad to hear that.. Congratulations!!


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So happy for you
It is hard to still be waiting but easy to share your joy in the wait being over

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Old 07-15-2012, 05:12 AM
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HOORAY!!!

My husband got his visa granted yesterday.

Australia, here we come!!!!

We're both incredibly happy and excited about our new future!

Now, the REAL hardwork begins with selling, packing and shipping
Hi, Lovingwife

Congratulations! I have been your constant follower because Ive made a good use of your written table of contents about your documents and how you arranged it. Im so happy for you and your hubby! Hope all will be well on selling and bringing stuff down under Enjoy!

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Old 07-15-2012, 09:27 AM
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My Subclass 300 visa (PMV) has been granted today

Good luck and God bless to all those who are still waiting
Congratulations! Wish you all the best!
I wish and hope mine too is approved as soon as possible!

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Date of Application: May 25, 2012
Acknowledgement letter received: May 25, 2012
Visa type: Partner Visa - Temporary
Offshore / Onshore: Onshore - perth
Medical Exam submitted : yes
Police Clearance: Yes
Approved: July 4, 2012

Hello everyone i have been following this thread and some other treads for some time now and its about time i shared my experiences with immigration so as it may be of some help to others.
i have been with my partner(ozzy) for about 1 year now. when we started our relationship i was waiting the outcome of an ens sponsorship visa after i was on a 457 visa for 2.25 years. my employer did not send in any more info as requested and told me immigration did not contact them (lies lies lies).as a result immigration contacted me and said my ens application will be refused and i can withdraw it if i liked.so after 1.5 years waiting for my ens i withdrew the application in feb 2012.with no refund. at this stage i had 4 months left on my 457 visa and my partner offered to sponsor me .we had not lived together officially (i stayed at hers for a few nights/she stayed at mine for a few).so in march we moved into a shared house together and registered our relationship with the w.a. government.we had no receipts or photos of anything we did previous to this.all bills were included in our rent.so we had not much evidence to go on.
we made an appointment to hand in our application 2 weeks before my 457 expired. we had both forms and form 80 along with 6 stat declarations(none from our families) + our own stat declarations + rent receipts + joint bank account details + 6 photos + police clearances + a few bit of mail that showed that we lived together (bank,health insurance )and had them certified. i had done my medicals but not revived the results yet.
lucky for us the man that we seen at our appointment said that if we dont submit everything at once it could be stuck under a pile of others and it could take 12 months.if we hand everything possible in first time it could take a couple of weeks or a few months.we told him what we had and he said to get more evidence of living at the same address "we dont care what it is" and get our medical results too. he also said what we do look for is 3 things 1 that i am not a criminal(im not)2 that i am fit and healthy(i am) 3 that we are genuinely in love (we are)
so we waited for medicals and applied for as much crap as we could to get sent to us by post(flybys and other discount cards) and joined the library together.so we went in the second time to immigration with all this new information and lodged our application 3 days before my 457 expired.
there was no questions the second time.just paid the money and got the Acknowledgement letter.we never heard anything till our grant letter today.
i did apply for a waiver for my 457 work conditions to be removed (form 1005)2 weeks ago.told them im not working for my 457 employer any more and i dont have enough money to wait for 12 months for 820 to be processed.
and today (10/07/2012)i got the magic letter. we didnt use an agent and were very very careful to be as neat as possible with with all forms.some of the stat decs were messy so i marched my friends down to the justice of peace to do neater ones
thats my story hope it helps out anyone who reads it.




Congratilstions Winter
I handed my application on 18 may 2012 in Perth as well but haven't heard anything from them yet , but your one is quick , i saw you mention that you were registered your relationship to the W A government How did you do that because i thought that there is no Relationship register in WA ?
Thank you in advance (:


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Old 07-15-2012, 11:53 PM
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Date of application: april 16th 2012

Nationality:filipino

Visa type: partner temporary

Offshore/onshoreffshore

Medicals submitted (yes/no): NO-i was requested to do so

Police check submitted (yes/no): YES

Date CO assigned: ---------

Date visa granted: JULY 14

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