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Old 12-13-2014, 08:47 AM
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Has anyone heard anything Ugh I hate the not knowing!

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Old 12-16-2014, 01:26 AM
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Has anyone heard anything???

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Old 12-16-2014, 02:32 AM
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Only that I will have to submit pccs for my non migrating child of the application isn't finalized by her 16th bday (6 months from my file date), so I'm setting that in motion now so there's time for it all to clear. I have a slim but bright hope I'll get my grant before I go to SYD on Christmas night, but that's only 4.5 months from application so pretty unlikely.


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Old 12-16-2014, 02:48 AM
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When did you apply Indymama? Thats good you have atleast heard from your Case Officer, thats always a good sign!

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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!

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

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Old 12-16-2014, 03:42 AM
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I applied August 17. No case officer, asked my question through the online form.


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H.Protaganist I think you will definitely be hearing something soon, maybe your application is complete and a Case Officer won't even contact you and you will just get an email one day to say you have been approved. I think if anyones application is going to take a long time it would be my partners and my application considering we aren't engaged or married yet. We just havn't wanted to rush into that for a visa, we want it to be the right time for both of us and I think he is back here we can finally settle down and know that we will be here for the next two years atleast no doubt about it. I honestly just hope we are approved by February that will have been 7 months I know that is a short time but for us it has been the longest wait of our lives! We just want to be together, and I would drop everything to go be with him right now but that isn't the smart thing to do. The smart thing is that we both keep working and save our money for our future together and that is what we are concentrating on right now. Whether the visa is approved or not he is coming to Australia in February because you can only handle being apart for so long and even the thought of being apart another 11 weeks is killer! I feel everyones pain on this board.. I am on blood pressure tablets to keep my blood pressure stable as it was through the roof and I am only 22 years old. I hope the Case Officer's understand how hard this is for us, I understand they have a job to do and it does take time but I hope they are working as quickly as they can so we can be reunited with our other halves. Anyway sorry for the rant but I am sure some of you can relate to how I am feeling, I really do hope that all of the applicants who applied before me get grants before February!
Just wanted you to know I saw this and have been thinking about you. Try to relax and let things take their course ~ you've got a solid application and it will come together eventually - and in the long view it's not THAT long before you (and me and all the rest of us APARTners) get to be reunited. Trust me, I HATE being away from the person I most want to be with, but I think this whole process will have a strengthening effect on our relationship. If you didn't really want it, you certainly wouldn't go through this expensive and emotionally exhausting process! So relax, please, don't make yourself sick. I know that's way easier to say than do, I'm not trying to be condescending just hate to see people suffering when really you've done all you can (and TBH, I'm saying it because I need to hear it too). Maybe try some yoga to help avoid the need for pharmaceuticals. :-)


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Whoo hoo! Hubby is now on his way Down Under for Christmas and New Year... 30 hours till I get to fall into his arms once more :-D... the 2 weeks will go far too fast but we only want to think about making the most of every minute and making some lovely family memories. My step daughter is also coming to meet her new family for the first time - there are lots of us - my little nieces & nephews can't wait to meet their new cousin, lol. This will be our first Christmas together and their first Aussie Christmas. My son and I can't wait (my son's school friends have even been getting excited for him - how lovely!). :-D :-D :-D :-D

Anyone else reuniting with their significant other this Christmas/summer?

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Yep I'm headed over in just 9 days! Can't wait!


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Im so glad you will both be reunited with your partners! I won't be seeing mine until early March but the last 3 weeks have gone pretty quickly so hopefully the next 11 go quickly too. Definitely think I need to start doing some yoga though to help relieve my stress!

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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!

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

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Ive been doing a ton more yoga to help with the stress as well! Its one of the only things that can get my mind off of it all!!


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