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Old 01-16-2015, 05:46 PM
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Today is the five month 'anniversary' of submitting my PMV application. No communication other than the stock 'soon to be assessed' email received 3 months after application.

Am hoping for approval before non-migrating child's 16th bday so FBI checks don't become an issue.

DCHubbyAUWife -- were you guys asked to submit FBI and local clearances for your non-migrating stepdaughter?

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Saw this today.... made me smile... seeing that there are so many people just needing this FBI check for our visa....

FYI- I just called the FBI they are opening packets sent in on Oct 30th.. and FYI they are closed on Monday for MLK day... so add 1 more day to your wait time for that...
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Today is the five month 'anniversary' of submitting my PMV application. No communication other than the stock 'soon to be assessed' email received 3 months after application.

Am hoping for approval before non-migrating child's 16th bday so FBI checks don't become an issue.

DCHubbyAUWife -- were you guys asked to submit FBI and local clearances for your non-migrating stepdaughter?
Hi IndyMama
No fbi or police check, but we were asked to get her medical done and provide reassurance she wasn't migrating (i.e. stat dec from her mother).

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Sent our Case officer some more information today so hoping to hear some good news next week as she said she shouldn't take more than 7 days to write back. Will keep everyone posted! Hopefully we can get approved for the BC100 if not the 309 would be great! Not gunna complain

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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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Hi IndyMama No fbi or police check, but we were asked to get her medical done and provide reassurance she wasn't migrating (i.e. stat dec from her mother).
Hmmm interesting! She is older than 16, right? I wonder if the email response I got from DIBP telling me my daughter would need one might be from someone who doesn't know what they're talking about. Wouldn't be the first time :-)


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Sent our Case officer some more information today so hoping to hear some good news next week as she said she shouldn't take more than 7 days to write back. Will keep everyone posted! Hopefully we can get approved for the BC100 if not the 309 would be great! Not gunna complain
Woop woop!! Can't wait to hear how it goes!!


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Ooooh I can feel the excitement of a flurry of visa approvals about to come through!! So very happy for you guys at the end of the process

After reading through I quickly checked with my partner that he sent in two sets of prints just in case…. yep yep yep lol. I feel for anyone having to go back in the queue for FBI considering how bloody long they are taking

Here's to a ripper of a week ahead

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Hmmm interesting! She is older than 16, right? I wonder if the email response I got from DIBP telling me my daughter would need one might be from someone who doesn't know what they're talking about. Wouldn't be the first time :-)
No, she's only 12.

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No, she's only 12.
Oh I totally thought she was older. Maybe I will need them for my girl after all. Hopefully I'll start hearing more in a month!


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If you think there is any chance you need them... Get them... I didn't and now stuck in line for 4 months... It's only $18. Just order them just in case..

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