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Old 10-11-2013, 09:56 AM
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Big congrats to aussiegal123. U deserve the visa grant after all this time waiting! Have fun at your brother's wedding with ur husband solidly behind u. Stay blessed!

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You are right sunnysmile, nobody should wait 2 years for their visa and I could not imagine that when we applied, two years ago, we would still be waiting with no guarantees and no idea on how much longer we have to wait for an answer.
I hope my wife she doesn't have to wait for that long....Two years it just to long I reckon....All the best to you aussiegal123....

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OMG, am not sure what to write but after 2 years and 2 months (26 months) of waiting and finally my husband has got his visa granted, received a phone call today saying that his visa has been granted, however we will not receive the grant letter until early next week (Sun to Thur is the working week in Dubai). I am just over the moon because my brother is getting married next month and we will both be able to attend.
Congratulation aussiegal123 and good luck to both of you.....

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Thanks Krissaid, Sunnysmile, Chicken999, Maureen and everyone one else for your wishes. Am crossing my fingers that Krissaid gets a response soon as well and all those who have been waiting far too long for approvals.

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aussiegal123 congratulation! I wish you all the best!


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I've been waiting 4.5 years & just been notified I should receive a case officer in 12 months time. I am in.priority group 5 appiled for PR in 2009 my occupation that was on the list at the time was later removed. Keep smiling


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Hey BBK - this thread is for partner visa applicants. Doesn't sound like that's what you applied for.

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Updated. zgzg reached 15 months of waiting for his visa.

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VISA GRANTED: 20 January 2014 (19 months)
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Old 10-19-2013, 06:37 AM
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List updated. I reached 16 months.

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Hang in there Sunnysmile, it will come at the end. Are you together with your partner? Sorry I can't remember if you are. If you are, at least you don't have the heartache of being apart. I've last seen my fiancée 6 months ago, and due to our work and my commitment to my children , we are not able to coordinate another holiday together for another perhaps 6 months . Close to 4 years of this, trying to meet in different countries and juggle commitments, it is awful . I would have long ago moved to Europe, but I can't leave my children behind . At least if I could understand why we have to endure this! The only thing I can think of is that my fiancée is stateless Palestinian . Does it say anywhere that you have to have citizenship of a country to get PMV?


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