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Old 11-18-2017, 07:01 AM
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Based on what you posted about when your relationship started (Jan 17) and registration of relationships in WA is not an option currently and you are not married - you don't qualify for a 309 application until after 12 months of relationship (Jan 18).

If you do apply before that date your application must be refused with no refund of the $7,000 fee.

If you lie about your length of relationship - that can be worse.

Did you pay for that consultation?
I didn't have to pay for the consultation but he did seem a bit pushy on me signing up a contract with him (which would mean a deposit of 2500AUD deposit without gst). So I was a little skeptical and thought that I should read up and ask around more to understand better.

We were thinking of applying a 309 after February 2018 because:
1. passed the 12 month relationship requirement
2. after bub's delivery
3. after registered marriage in Singapore

but was just afraid that because of the short duration between marriage and application plus lack of evidence, we'd have a greater chance of the application being rejected.


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Old 11-18-2017, 07:20 AM
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It seems with out family support in Singapore a good deal of consideration should/would be to be able to live together the fastest.

I think a PMV application would be that if done now - you will be able to meet these requirements of this visa.

Passing 12 months and getting married will delay the application by around 4 -4.5 months. Then the processing time and you cant get a Visitor Visa.

While the posted process times of the PMV are slightly more than the 309 - I think you will find many are not just high risk countries but, very high risk countries and Singapore is not.

Singapore has had some fast processing times so you could get very lucky.

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