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Old 12-09-2014, 11:09 AM
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Just to let you guys know my fiancÚ and I had originally booked him a one way ticket from USA to here. Then I got worried and booked him a ticked to NZ for the time when we know he has to pop out of the country again. He cleared customs easily and their main concern was that he wasn't working or looking for work. There were able to see he has a PMV in the system and told him no problems on the ETA visa

Soooooooo nice to be back together!!

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Just to let you guys know my fiancÚ and I had originally booked him a one way ticket from USA to here. Then I got worried and booked him a ticked to NZ for the time when we know he has to pop out of the country again. He cleared customs easily and their main concern was that he wasn't working or looking for work. There were able to see he has a PMV in the system and told him no problems on the ETA visa

Soooooooo nice to be back together!!
That is great news that you guys are together again! Thanks for your FYI as well! You are all giving me such piece of mind at this point!


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MamaBear - Did you buy a round trip ticket or one way to NZ?


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ok so we got a officer assigned to our application today - her name is M - she needed just two more pieces of paperwork from us being my US green card which we gave her inmediately and my husband has to send to new mexico where we use to live, a form to get a police check (i should have known, new mexico says the turn around time is 7 days) ... and notarised - new mexico to send the form to the us embassy attention to our officer to avoid the back and forth of paperwork overseas ..., we are going to see a lawyer today to get it notarised and a money order written up for new mexico ..... we applied july 1st so 5 months to get someone to look at our paperwork .... she says when she's ready to approve he will need to be out of country for 5 days so she can activate the visa ....

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That is such awesome news!!! Congratulations must be such a relief for you to know you have a Case Officer now and it could be approved any week! I applied on the 19th of July so I am hoping that I hear from our Case Officer within the next month. This year has been the most stressful year in my life so I am hoping for some good news in the beginning of 2015!

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Next time I will see my partner will be 11th of March.

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yeah its good news but we're having issues with the money order and may have to ask friends to do it for us over there ...... australia post doesnt do foreign currency money orders ... and neither does our bank.

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Atleast you are on the right track and it shouldnt be long before your approval, I wish you all the best and hope it gets approved soon Hprotganist or Mellie have you guys heard anything? Or Heats?

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Applied for Offshore 309 Visa- 19th of July.

Heard from our CO on 9th of January. They have recommended we apply for the BC100 if we have enough evidence. Hopefully see an approval this or next month!

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we have 90 days to give her what she needs ... so just in time for my husband's next new zealand trip LOL ..... his 3 months will be up on the ETA .... so they may be scheduling it in time for that ....

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Atleast you are on the right track and it shouldnt be long before your approval, I wish you all the best and hope it gets approved soon Hprotganist or Mellie have you guys heard anything? Or Heats?
Just waiting on the FBI for my wife's clearance.. They say 12-13 weeks.. We are at week 5 .. As soon as the sponsor clearance is in we will have a decision... Aka my visa.

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Atleast you are on the right track and it shouldnt be long before your approval, I wish you all the best and hope it gets approved soon Hprotganist or Mellie have you guys heard anything? Or Heats?
Nothing yet.

I still harbor faint hopes for December, but they're kind of dwindling. My application isn't as straightforward as others, though, since we both lived in two different countries up until 3 months before we got married (long distance for ~2 years before that with repeated visits between our respective countries and Australia), but we've known each other since 2006 and were able to show meetings before we even started dating, so I don't think they'll doubt the genuineness of the relationship, but it must look pretty crazy at a glance.

As they seem to be now granting VISAs to people who applied after me who have long-established relationships (bigapple was married 12 years already, right?) it seems complicated relationship details might be the reason behind the delay. So, if Mellie or Heats or others in the May-July range have more straightforward applications, they'll probably get granted before me. It's a depressing thought, but what can you do.

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