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DChubbyAuwife I've been thinking about you…. No word from your CO again? I would have expected corks popping by now Sending out some visa approval wishes your way!!
Me too! Been wondering when we're going to hear from you AUwife! Hope everything's ok.


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We did hear from CO ML on Monday but she has referred our application to someone in Australia and will 'update' us when she hears back. First time we have been given her full name and not the pseudonym?? (Indy Mama, you did not did miss hear her....we were given the two names too), so my fingers are crossed that means she'll be approving our application...otherwise she'd just continue to use the pseudonym right?

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I sent a note to ML to let here know of the ever expanding processing time the FBI has and took the time to ask if she wanted a copy of my 2014 tax return. She told me, no they didn't need anything but the FBI clearance. She even told me the date I will need to be in Australia. Today the FBI is working on Oct 29th... only a few more days until they get to the magic date of NOV 3

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Good news then Heats! Not too much longer for you then. I'm hoping they will get to the Oct applicants soon! We'd like to be out of Houston and in Perth by June if at all possible.

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Good news then Heats! Not too much longer for you then. I'm hoping they will get to the Oct applicants soon! We'd like to be out of Houston and in Perth by June if at all possible.
That is funny, that is our plan. Out of Dallas and into Perth mid June.

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My hubby (currently in new zealand as per Mia's request) got his visa grant today - 309 - the temporary one .... i guess we'll see if we get the permanent permanent one earlier then expected or wait the 2 years we have to wait ....
he's printing it out so he'll have it on his return to australia on saturday ... so i guess we're done for now.
that being said, im really happy we didnt have to wait the 12-15 months. this is his last trip to new zealand on his own - if we ever decide to go there for a holiday.

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My hubby (currently in new zealand as per Mia's request) got his visa grant today - 309 - the temporary one .... i guess we'll see if we get the permanent permanent one earlier then expected or wait the 2 years we have to wait ....
he's printing it out so he'll have it on his return to australia on saturday ... so i guess we're done for now.
that being said, im really happy we didnt have to wait the 12-15 months. this is his last trip to new zealand on his own - if we ever decide to go there for a holiday.
Awesome stuff Sharyny! Funny how we all get different CO names... Mia, Marie, Melissa....

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she signed her name as Mia which is how we know

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Sharyny - if they've only granted the 309, there's no chance of getting the 100 sooner. You'll have to wait the full two years. There's no middle ground.

UNLESS you think she made a mistake. If you've provided evidence of being married or living together for 3+ years, or 2+ years if you have a child together, email her back and say something like "Thank you SO much for the grant, but should we not have gone straight to the 100 since we've been married/de facto for X years?" They'll typically fix it pretty quickly when they make this error. It isn't something that's subjective and up to them - if you meet the criteria, you're supposed to go straight to PR.

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well we've been married for 7 years and have 2 kids and have provided evidence of that so .... we'll email her when he gets back into the country.

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