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Old 01-12-2015, 03:56 PM
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Progress, indeed, DChubbyAUwife!

Insta-email reply from Immi after I uploaded the doc.

Boom! GRANTED! \[-_-]/
AWESOME!! Now if we can get the FBI to get us my wife's back ground check to me I can be on my way as well!!

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Waahhhhh!
The giant koala prevails!!!!!!
You must be thrilled!
I'm simultaneously insanely jealous and over the moon happy for you!

Bow before the Giant Koala! He grants all wishes!

I am thrilled, but it's also 4AM and my face feels like it's been microwaved. So, subdued 'yay' into this slug-infested night.

It's been 8.5 months and much stressing over if I'd uploaded enough since mine was more, ah, streamlined than many of the others I've seen detailed here, but there it is. Perhaps 8-9 months can now be considered a potential time frame for multi-country/heavy online relationships that end in marriage from low risk country applicants? :P


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AWESOME!! Now if we can get the FBI to get us my wife's back ground check to me I can be on my way as well!!

Congrats!
You're next, Heats! Just that last piece of the puzzle and you're gold. It's terrible how long the FBI checks are taking now. I sent in for mine back in June and got it back in like 5 weeks. Wishing you swift mail and expecting good news for you soon.

I just need to figure out a flight plan so I can have them officially issue it now. Hmm...

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I sent a note to My Co this Am as today is 10 weeks waiting on the FBI. it was just a note to say Hi and let her know the FBI is showing 12-15 weeks to get back clearances. (as if she didn't know)

any way, She replied quickly that she was aware of the FBI issues, and then said
"Like you, I also am looking forward to receiving the clearance and progressing the application." (AKA - getting our file off her desk..lol)

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WOOOO HOOOOO HP!!!! Congrats and fireworks and happy bum dances to you!!

and another one bites the dust


Heats I'm not sure of the exact day we submitted the FBI check, it was in the same week that our visa application was submitted. I think perhaps my partner organised a cheque but we will be checking his cc as well just in case. All the stuff we were trying to get done at the time in prep for him coming here makes everything just a blur.

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- I wanted to delete my incorrect use of quote but it said I have to use all these words... so sorry for this post..


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Heats I'm not sure of the exact day we submitted the FBI check, it was in the same week that our visa application was submitted. I think perhaps my partner organised a cheque but we will be checking his cc as well just in case. All the stuff we were trying to get done at the time in prep for him coming here makes everything just a blur.

My was signed for on NOV 3 @ 0934am (according to UPS tracking) - yours must have got there around the same time... trust me when I get it you may not see it posted here right away but if you listen closely you will hear me celebrating here in Texas.

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Progress, indeed, DChubbyAUwife! Insta-email reply from Immi after I uploaded the doc. Boom! GRANTED! \[-_-]/
CONGRATS!!!!!!! Awesome!!!!

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Congratulations!! My partner is sending the rest of our information tomorrow incase we can be approved for a BC100, otherwise we will be approved for the 309 they said. So Hopefully I will have some good news in the next week or two aswell Will keep everyone updated! Im so glad they are finally moving quickly again with it all!

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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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I'm loving all this great news! BIG CONGRATS, H. Protagonist!!!! I'm so happy for you!!! I'll update your timeline.

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Visa #1: PMV (300) through Washington, D.C
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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
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Hi CollegeGirl,

We're on a 300, applied October 14th, don't yet have a CO and applied online.

Thanks
Hi fireatwill! By "we're on a 300" do you mean you're already in Aus on a 300 and have applied for an 820? Or are you applying for a 300? This thread is really for offshore US applications, so if you're already in Aus on a 300 it wouldn't really apply. You wouldn't have long to wait, anyway, if that were the case - PMV to 820 applications typically only take a few days, a few weeks, or at most a few months.

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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
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