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Old 02-14-2013, 09:30 PM
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No, there's not a separate form for the 100. It's the same application. If they feel your situation merits going straight to a 100, they will give it to you, and state that in your grant letter.

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309 is for married people and i have not heard of anyone becoming a permanent resident straight away, there is usually a 2 year wait for that to occur


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309 is for married people and i have not heard of anyone becoming a permanent resident straight away, there is usually a 2 year wait for that to occur

There are circumstances where if you are married 3+ yrs or 2yrs with kids you can be granted the permanent visa right away. We have 2 kids, 5yrs of marriage, and both kids are Australian by descent which is why I was wondering. I guess we will see when the visa is granted!

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There are circumstances where if you are married 3+ yrs or 2yrs with kids you can be granted the permanent visa right away. We have 2 kids, 5yrs of marriage, and both kids are Australian by descent which is why I was wondering. I guess we will see when the visa is granted!
Yep, I've seen it happen to people here. It does happen.

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There are circumstances where if you are married 3+ yrs or 2yrs with kids you can be granted the permanent visa right away. We have 2 kids, 5yrs of marriage, and both kids are Australian by descent which is why I was wondering. I guess we will see when the visa is granted!
Yeah, your case is eligible for the 100 partner visa straight off. People should just note in the cover letter that they are eligible for consideration of a 100 visa in cases such as yours.

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Yeah, your case is eligible for the 100 partner visa straight off. People should just note in the cover letter that they are eligible for consideration of a 100 visa in cases such as yours.

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I wish I knew that before I applied but when I send in my police reports, I am going to put a cover letter and slip that in!

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I wish I knew that before I applied but when I send in my police reports, I am going to put a cover letter and slip that in!
Yeah we talked about your case before bashishot and as we discussed, that should work out fine as it is early days in your application process.

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How Many Valentines Day Visas where issued? LOL

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How Many Valentines Day Visas where issued? LOL
Haha everyone should get a free pass for today and be approved!

I got my medical done today so that was my Valentine's gift from immigration!

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Are there different forms for the Subclass 100 Permanent Partner Visa? My confirmation email says I applied for 309/300 but I am pretty sure I am eligible for the permanent since we have been married 5+ years and have 2 kids together.
No you don't need different forms, we applied
for subclass 309/100 for my husbands visa and they gave him subclass 100 permanent visa.


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