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Old 09-14-2012, 06:24 AM
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Congrats to all the people who applied in June and getting their visas granted..Your all blessed..Bad luck to all of us who applied before June and still waiting..
Thanks MelisUur.... Keep your faith you will get it soon x

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Congrats to you!!!!
Thank you mrsl.. WHAT A RELIEF!!

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Congratulations to everyone that has been granted their Visas and those of us who are still waiting I hope that good news will come real soon...wish you all the best of luck . This website gives me so much hope everyday when I see posts by people and they have been granted their visas.

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Hello guys,
Here's my timeline.

APPLICATION LODGEMENT: July 13, 2012

ACKNOWLEDMENT LETTER AND RECEIPT RECEIVED ON EMAIL: July 19, 2012

NATIONALITY: Filipino

VISA TYPE: Onshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 820 and 801)

MEDICAL SUBMITTED: NO

POLICE CHECK SUBMITTED: Yes

NBI Clearance from Philippines (submitted when I lodged the application)

NPC from AFP (submitted on the 2nd week of October)

DATE CO ASSIGNED: No idea when

VISA GRANTED: Yes - Partner temporary visa (subclass 820)

After 2 years, I'll be eligible for Permanent Partner Visa. Doesn't matter. I'm with my partner, so that's all that really matters )

Good luck everyone!

My advice:

1) Be organized

2) Gather as much evidence as possible

3) Patience

4) And the most important thing.. PRAY

Me and my partner did everything on our own, no migration agent or what so ever. Our PMV application processing took 3 months.

We don't have any evidence that shows I'm contributing. I just got a job,(actually just today, I'M OFFICIALLY EMPLOYED.. haha)
He included me in everything. His private health fund, superannuation, credit cards, etc.
It's commitment..

So doesn't need to be all joint asset as long as you showed commitment.

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Old 09-14-2012, 10:40 AM
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WOW Congratulations Nighstar Finanlly yeaa haha i just called Immi today to put note for that hope my one will approved soon ohh by the way my friend that i told you in brisbane still have not granted yet haha your lucky tho (:
Thanks. Previously you said your friend applied in April.... April 2012? Either way, I wish you and your friend the best of luck! Hopefully the waiting times will improve....

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Hello guys,
Here's my timeline.

APPLICATION LODGEMENT: July 13, 2012

ACKNOWLEDMENT LETTER AND RECEIPT RECEIVED ON EMAIL: July 19, 2012

NATIONALITY: Filipino

VISA TYPE: Onshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 820 and 801)



HMEDICAL SUBMITTED: NO

POLICE CHECK SUBMITTED: Yes

NBI Clearance from Philippines (submitted when I lodged the application)

NPC from AFP (submitted on the 2nd week of October)

DATE CO ASSIGNED: No idea when

VISA GRANTED: Yes - Partner temporary visa (subclass 820)

After 2 years, I'll be eligible for Permanent Partner Visa. Doesn't matter. I'm with my partner, so that's all that really matters )

Good luck everyone!

My advice:

1) Be organized

2) Gather as much evidence as possible

3) Patience

4) And the most important thing.. PRAY

Me and my partner did everything on our own, no migration agent or what so ever. Our PMV application processing took 3 months.

We don't have any evidence that shows I'm contributing. I just got a job,(actually just today, I'M OFFICIALLY EMPLOYED.. haha)
He included me in everything. His private health fund, superannuation, credit cards, etc.
It's commitment..

So doesn't need to be all joint asset as long as you showed commitment.
Congrats!! Where did u apply onshore?


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Thanks. Previously you said your friend applied in April.... April 2012? Either way, I wish you and your friend the best of luck! Hopefully the waiting times will improve....



Thanks!

Thanks , nope April 2011haha still waiting

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Old 09-14-2012, 10:09 PM
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Congrats!! Where did u apply onshore?
Hello Neets,
I applied onshore, in Sydney office in person.. it was faster than we expected. Because I read some posts here that it takes longer to process in Sydney. But it always comes down to how you present your application.

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Thanks , nope April 2011haha still waiting
If she hasn't already, tell your friend to contact the processing center directly, not call DIAC. The email address for the processing center should be on the Acknowledgment Letter that she received when she applied for the visa. The Brisbane processing center WILL respond to emails if the applicant has been waiting for over 12 months but is likely to ignore emails from those who haven't been waiting for 12+ months (unless it's about something important).

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If she hasn't already, tell your friend to contact the processing center directly, not call DIAC. The email address for the processing center should be on the Acknowledgment Letter that she received when she applied for the visa. The Brisbane processing center WILL respond to emails if the applicant has been waiting for over 12 months but is likely to ignore emails from those who haven't been waiting for 12+ months (unless it's about something important).
Gosh, last time I did that, I received an email after a few seconds saying 'that my email address is unknown to the government, so I couldn't email them'. I am pretty confident thought that this is the email address that I gave them.

I sent it to qld.partner.temporary.mail[at]immi.gov.au, which is the one they gave me. Calling doesn't help, going into the office doesn't help... I'm really glad for you that it worked out, but I've been waiting over 19 months now and I'm getting rather frustrated...


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