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Old 09-19-2017, 09:39 AM
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We saw something on the online application about it, clicked it, and got all the info to go ahead and have the medical done.

We didn't get any specific contact from anyone for it.
Unfortunately, I have applied offline so I still don't have this option. I can't even track my application through IMMI account because I don't have an application ID.


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7 weeks into a Partner Visa (inc PMV) is like only half way thru a Monday's work, and knowing you have to work the weekend too.
That's true, but as I know they usually request the Medical check within the first 6 weeks of the application. Correct me if I'm wrong.


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Some embassies may request in that time frame, but I have never heard of any of them. Certainly never a 6 week thing.


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Another thing is "offline" is now old technology for DIBP, so we have very little feed back of how they handle these applications now.

Partner visas are meant to be treat in order received, but yours being a paper application may just sit in a storage room way out the back in a far away room (the case officer wont have a massive desk to keep it close by to sort thru slowly) till the "inline" period comes around.


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Another thing is "offline" is now old technology for DIBP, so we have very little feed back of how they handle these applications now.

Partner visas are meant to be treat in order received, but yours being a paper application may just sit in a storage room way out the back in a far away room (the case officer wont have a massive desk to keep it close by to sort thru slowly) till the "inline" period comes around.
I know what you mean, so do you suggest I apply for the Tourist Visa meanwhile ?


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Only from what I have seen.

*There is no problem in applying for a Visitor Visa (it wont do any harm). (we did)

* Your country will ring alarm bells so you will need to do a very good Visitor Visa application.

* Your PMV application if you have the receipt can/will be a + for a Visitor Visa grant, but again your country of citizenship will mean you require more than just this.

* Have a very good look at the PAM 3 policy for Visitor Visas.

* It would be advised to use a good RMA for the Visitor Visa application ( that would have saved me 10's of thousands of $'s)

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We are in the same situation as you. What was the result of your applications? Hopefully positive.


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We are in the same situation as you. What was the result of your applications? Hopefully positive.
Helloo, I got rejected for two visitor Visas after I lodged my prospective marriage Visa BUT that was an indicator that my file is being processed quickly and an outcome will come shortly. So I got my PMV in a total of 4.5 months.

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Congratulations! You must be someone Australia really wants.


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