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Old 01-13-2015, 07:18 AM
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Thanks CollegeGirl. You had told me already yes, we are putting all of the paperwork under my husband's name. Got many quotes and we are still deciding which company to use...
Can I ask what the ball park figure is to ship goods? We kinda figured we wouldn't be bringing much of my husband's things except his clothes as electronics will be no good without converters etc and I already have a house full of furniture but maybe if the cost isn't too much, I might like to do so shopping while I'm there in Spring to take advantage of the cheaper prices and have it shipped. Hubby is in shock over prices and our limited shopping hours every time he visits, lol.

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It's awesome to hear people are getting their visas come through!!! How exciting.

My fiancee and I just applied for the PMV today finally Still uploading all our documents (it's quite a process isn't it!?) but very happy to finally have the wheels in motion! CollegeGirl would love to have you add us to the timeline if possible.
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We got an email about ten days ago saying that the visa can't be approved until hubby is offshore, so we changed his flights and he's headed back to the USA in a week. I guess that's code for being granted? But we haven't been told in explicit terms.


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Old 01-13-2015, 10:38 AM
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We got an email about ten days ago saying that the visa can't be approved until hubby is offshore, so we changed his flights and he's headed back to the USA in a week. I guess that's code for being granted? But we haven't been told in explicit terms.
I would bet my last dollar that as soon as he is stateside, his visa will be granted. Time to celebrate :-)

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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.
Apologies, we're applying for a 300, offshore, through the DC embassy...


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Ah, sorry! I'll get you added.

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Visa #1: PMV (300) through Washington, D.C
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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
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It's been a bit over 3 months since I applied. Still no news. I was wondering if the people who are on a similar timeline as me have heard any news...

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Hi College Girl

I don't know if you missed my message or not but was wondering if I could be added to the timeline please.
My fiancee and I applied for PMV yesterday Jan 13th online.

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So sorry, halyce - yes, of course!

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Thanks CollegeGirl. You had told me already yes, we are putting all of the paperwork under my husband's name. Got many quotes and we are still deciding which company to use...
Hahaha, sorry - we get so many of the same questions here on the forum over and over again from different people that I never remember who I've told things to.

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