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PC's all complete and an email waiting in my inbox on Friday morning informing us that all is ready to be finalised and please start making travel plans for him to leave the country!!! YAYYYYYYYY!!!!!!! Flights booked for next week (we have Counting Crows tickets for this weekend and his first easter with my kids cannot be missed!) Have to be out for a minimum of 3 USA business days, preferably 5. We our coming out of limbo!! Soooooo exciting
Hey MamaBear what excellent news. You must be feeling great - things are moving along. I'm envious you're going to see counting crows. Enjoy!

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Firstly- congrats MamaBear! Woot woot!

Next- just a question about the Partner 820 Visa:

We have received our PMV and I arrive in Melb in May and we plan to get married shortly after and apply for the 820. SO when we do- is the cost the AUD 1,450.00 or the AUD 6,865.00? I am trying to get my finances in order and am ASSUMING it is the $1450 but want to be sure!!! Also- any advice for applying for the 820 will be awesome.

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Firstly- congrats MamaBear! Woot woot!

Next- just a question about the Partner 820 Visa:

We have received our PMV and I arrive in Melb in May and we plan to get married shortly after and apply for the 820. SO when we do- is the cost the AUD 1,450.00 or the AUD 6,865.00? I am trying to get my finances in order and am ASSUMING it is the $1450 but want to be sure!!! Also- any advice for applying for the 820 will be awesome.

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Marisa the 820 is based on your application fee when you applied as it's considered the second phase of a two part application not a completely new application.

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Fees and charges for visas Just click to the live visa and then partnership section.


Thanks for the well wishes all

So excited!! It's amazing how much a piece of paper can mean

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Ah, it's nice to come on this thread and see the positive messages from people getting their visas in 5-6 months.

I'm coming up on my 5 month mark but have applied through Ottawa, Canada. No contact from a CO But it's nice to see the positive vibes on this thread.

Congratulations to everyone getting their visas approved

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Ah, it's nice to come on this thread and see the positive messages from people getting their visas in 5-6 months.

I'm coming up on my 5 month mark but have applied through Ottawa, Canada. No contact from a CO But it's nice to see the positive vibes on this thread.

Congratulations to everyone getting their visas approved
Hang in there...hope you'll get good news soon too

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Ah, it's nice to come on this thread and see the positive messages from people getting their visas in 5-6 months. I'm coming up on my 5 month mark but have applied through Ottawa, Canada. No contact from a CO But it's nice to see the positive vibes on this thread. Congratulations to everyone getting their visas approved
We waited 5 months before we got any word, you should hear soon. Waiting is no fun that's for sure.

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My PMV was granted over a week ago, April 2nd, and I flew back to Australia the next day to be with my fiancÚ! That was a long wait and I'm so glad it's finally over!!! Hope everyone else who is suffering a long wait hears good news soon too. I think it would have taken longer to get the grant had my fiancÚ not phoned them over and over to plead our case.

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My PMV was granted over a week ago, April 2nd, and I flew back to Australia the next day to be with my fiancÚ! That was a long wait and I'm so glad it's finally over!!! Hope everyone else who is suffering a long wait hears good news soon too. I think it would have taken longer to get the grant had my fiancÚ not phoned them over and over to plead our case.
Congratulations! That's fantastic news!

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My PMV was granted over a week ago, April 2nd, and I flew back to Australia the next day to be with my fiancÚ! That was a long wait and I'm so glad it's finally over!!! Hope everyone else who is suffering a long wait hears good news soon too. I think it would have taken longer to get the grant had my fiancÚ not phoned them over and over to plead our case.
Congrats! Was your wait about 9 months?

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