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Timeline (PMV 300) applied for in 2017

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My British fiance applied for his Prospective Marriage visa on 01/06/2017. I wanted to start a new thread specifically for the Prospective Marriage visa subclass 300, where others can share their timelines if they like. The current processing times are as follows:

75% of applications processed in 11 months
90% of applications processed in 16 months

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My fiancÚ's below, from Thailand

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-3 mth 600 Visa offshore 3/8/2015 grant 25/8/15.
-3 mth 600 Visa offshore 5/3/2016 grant 21/3/16.
-PMV applied online 3/4/17.
-Request Bio's PID's medical 3/4/17 and supplied.
-12mth 600 visa offshore 1/5/17 grant 4/5/17 mult. entry.
-PMV300 grant 27/02/18.
-820/801 applied 5/11/18.
-820 grant 13/05.2019.

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300 from USA applied 2/2/17 front loaded. No contact from DIBP.

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My fiancÚ's below, from Thailand
Am I reading that correctly that you were asked for medicals the same day you applied?


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A friend not active on this forum:

300 from USA applied 2/2/17 front loaded. No contact from DIBP.
That's super quick! Unfortunately, we applied after they changed the processing times from 5 months to 11.


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That's super quick! Unfortunately, we applied after they changed the processing times from 5 months to 11.
What's quick? They don't have a grant yet. And the wait time isn't 11 months, it's 75% processed in 11 months. An app processed in one month falls into that percentage. Those times are now covering every country, both high and low risk, so that will obviously skew average wait times.


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Not that wait times posted matter... it's just a guideline really and not set in stone.


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What's quick? They don't have a grant yet. And the wait time isn't 11 months, it's 75% processed in 11 months. An app processed in one month falls into that percentage. Those times are now covering every country, both high and low risk, so that will obviously skew average wait times.
Sorry, my mistake. I was reading your signature grant dates and got mixed up. So 11 months just means the application could be processed within that time? If so, that makes me feel a little more optimistic.


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What's quick? They don't have a grant yet. And the wait time isn't 11 months, it's 75% processed in 11 months. An app processed in one month falls into that percentage. Those times are now covering every country, both high and low risk, so that will obviously skew average wait times.
I read that the 75% & 90% correspond to low & high risk processing times respectively.


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Can you explain further? Not seeing how that could be the case.


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