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Old 02-19-2015, 05:31 AM
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You DEFINITELY should have gone straight to the 100, then. No question. She needs to fix it. We see this kind of error happen now and then on this forum... makes me wonder how many couples out there only got temporary visas and should have gotten permanent and never realized it or knew to complain? Yikes.

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I applied on 8/13/14 for my 309. Just got assigned with ML end of January, then was reassigned to RM. Got approved today, 2/19!!!!! Just over 6 months..

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I applied on 8/13/14 for my 309. Just got assigned with ML end of January, then was reassigned to RM. Got approved today, 2/19!!!!! Just over 6 months..
Another one bites the dust!!! Fantastic news Cass!

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we emailed them college girl after what you said and got a reply straight away ...

Dear Mr [mod: edited out surname for privacy ]

In order to grant the permenant visa the provisional visa must first be
granted. It appears that the system has sent you both grant notices instead
of just the permanent visa grant notice.

We apologise for the confusion but can confirm that you have been granted
and now hold a Subclass 100 permanent Spouse visa

Kind Regards,

Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Embassy of Australia


so all done!!!!

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so all done!!!!
yes!!!!!

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I applied on 8/13/14 for my 309. Just got assigned with ML end of January, then was reassigned to RM. Got approved today, 2/19!!!!! Just over 6 months..
Awesome! Congrats!


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we emailed them college girl after what you said and got a reply straight away ... Dear Mr Yee In order to grant the permenant visa the provisional visa must first be granted. It appears that the system has sent you both grant notices instead of just the permanent visa grant notice. We apologise for the confusion but can confirm that you have been granted and now hold a Subclass 100 permanent Spouse visa Kind Regards, Department of Immigration and Border Protection Embassy of Australia so all done!!!!
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Yay, Sharyny! I was hoping it was some kind of easy glitch. Congrats!

And congrats to CCass on your grant!

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After a couple of years of back and forth I've finally taken the plunge and filed my application!

I've got everything up except for medical exam and Form 888.

Once I upload these, do I need to make some "submission" or correspondence with them to indicate I'm done with everything so they can start reviewing?

Another issue - I got my police clearances back in July 2014 but delayed my application. I know they are valid only 12 months, so I just requested a new one from FBI but that will take a while. How far out can the case officer extend the validity of the first check beyond the first 12 months? I don't know when I will be able to enter Australia yet, it will definitely be at the latest Christmas so I'll likely need a new PC anyways.

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While we were waiting for our application to be approved - my husband entered australia on a ETA, which he only had to leave once after 3 months and then 3 months again for the grant to be activated ...

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