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Old 05-16-2018, 06:00 AM
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So I’m currently in Australia on an ETA, applied New Years Eve. Arrived in Australia on April 6th with ETA. Just curious... do I have to be out of the country for them to even be processing the PMV? Or is it just that I have to be out of the country for it to be granted.

As of now, I still have not heard anything from anyone, so I have no case officer!
Just for the grant. They'll notify you via email when they're ready to finalize your application (meaning grant you the visa) and ask you to leave for 3-5 days. You can go to any country in the world as long as you fly there. We used it for a nice week long holiday nearby.
Awesome, that’s I thought, just double checking! I assume I’ll visit friends in New Zealand for a few days. Will they email and tell you that it has been granted? Any chance it takes longer than 3-5 days? Just don’t want to go to NZ, and come back, and the visa hasn’t been granted.


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Old 05-16-2018, 07:05 AM
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Awesome, that’s I thought, just double checking! I assume I’ll visit friends in New Zealand for a few days. Will they email and tell you that it has been granted? Any chance it takes longer than 3-5 days? Just don’t want to go to NZ, and come back, and the visa hasn’t been granted.
In my email they referred to it as "finalisation" not grant, but I imagine a refusal can come whether you're onshore or not so probably safe to say such an email means grant.

They say 3-5 days to cover any technical issues or whatever. My grant came through the morning we flew out.

You should send them your flight itinerary so they know when to expect you to leave. Sometimes there are more specific instructions like leave by a certain date or whatever.


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Has anyone received any grants from Washington lately?

Partner and I applied in July 2017, still have not received any correspondence from the DIPB, I have contacted them a few times but I just get the standard 'we do not provide progress updates on visas within the recommended processing time' (12-15 months).

We have done medicals, and have recently updated our NOIM from January 2018 to January 2019. My partner is currently in Australia and has been approved to stay until November on a Tourism 600 visa.

Hoping to hear something soon, getting very frustrated/poor with my partner not being able to work.


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Has anyone received any grants from Washington lately?

Partner and I applied in July 2017, still have not received any correspondence from the DIPB, I have contacted them a few times but I just get the standard 'we do not provide progress updates on visas within the recommended processing time' (12-15 months).

We have done medicals, and have recently updated our NOIM from January 2018 to January 2019. My partner is currently in Australia and has been approved to stay until November on a Tourism 600 visa.

Hoping to hear something soon, getting very frustrated/poor with my partner not being able to work.
Is your partner not eligible for the W&HV 462? Would have allowed a one year stay with work rights.


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Hey all, woke up this morning to my grant! Which is awesome since I fly to Australia tomorrow evening.

Fingers crossed for other people seeing movement before the new financial year.
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Application for s.c. 300 Submitted: January 14, 2018
s.c. 300 Granted: May 17, 2018

Application for s.c. 820/801 Submitted: January 18, 2019
s.cc 820 Granted: June 21, 2019

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Is your partner not eligible for the W&HV 462? Would have allowed a one year stay with work rights.
I was under the impression you could not have a working holiday visa while waiting? at this point it is probably too late to apply for a 462 anyway as we've had our application in for almost 11 months. I don't understand why Washington seems to take so much longer to process than other places.


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I was under the impression you could not have a working holiday visa while waiting? at this point it is probably too late to apply for a 462 anyway as we've had our application in for almost 11 months. I don't understand why Washington seems to take so much longer to process than other places.
There's nothing stopping anyone for applying for any visa with a partner visa app in queue. Many offshore applicants take that route.

DC used to be one of the fastest. Just two years ago, my 300 was ready in just over 3 months, then my 820 granted in 20 days. The coincidence in current affairs and the time DC apps shot up to 12 months or more is interesting...


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There's nothing stopping anyone for applying for any visa with a partner visa app in queue. Many offshore applicants take that route.

DC used to be one of the fastest. Just two years ago, my 300 was ready in just over 3 months, then my 820 granted in 20 days. The coincidence in current affairs and the time DC apps shot up to 12 months or more is interesting...
We are hesitant to apply for anything at this point which could be rejected or separate us considering we're on the home stretch now after 10 months.
That is so irritating, what unfortunate timing to fall in love with an American.
I'm hoping the 11-12 month processing times I've been seeing on this thread for USA is the same for us.
The most annoying part is not being able to make any plans for the immediate future not knowing what will happen.


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My fiance from Thai

By a Migrant Agent from SYD applied for PVM 300 logged 17 Nov 2017, few day after biometrics, medical test and both police clearance. On 17 April 2018, we answered and logged documentation requested; certificated of no married of my fiancée and more relationship's evidence that it was easy sending tickets photos of my second and third visit to my fiancée in Thailand.

I would like to know according people whose are in the same boat how time I can to expect to have a answer?

Good look everyone and congratulation whose are happy with the Granted.


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By a Migrant Agent from SYD applied for PVM 300 logged 17 Nov 2017, few day after biometrics, medical test and both police clearance. On 17 April 2018, we answered and logged documentation requested; certificated of no married of my fiancée and more relationship's evidence that it was easy sending tickets photos of my second and third visit to my fiancée in Thailand.

I would like to know according people whose are in the same boat how time I can to expect to have a answer?

Good look everyone and congratulation whose are happy with the Granted.
It seems to vary a lot, I heard about a month after uploading my last piece of documentation, others get their grants quicker, some wait longer.

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