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Old 11-03-2015, 07:31 PM
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Great morning everyone!

So.... we woke up this morning to an email reading... PMV VISA GRANTED!

So excited! Thank you everyone here for your help and for keeping us sane, hopeful and informed and I know for those who are waiting your time will come soon!

Movement from Washington is always a good thing so hopefully we start seeing some more grants!

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Great morning everyone! So.... we woke up this morning to an email reading... PMV VISA GRANTED! So excited! Thank you everyone here for your help and for keeping us sane, hopeful and informed and I know for those who are waiting your time will come soon! Movement from Washington is always a good thing so hopefully we start seeing some more grants! YAY!
congratulations! When did you apply?


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congratulations! When did you apply?
Thank you!! We applied 16th of June so it has only been 4 months and 18 days!


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Thank you!! We applied 16th of June so it has only been 4 months and 18 days!
how exciting! I applied June 25th and send in my last information this week (state background check). How long after they requested info did it take to get this? (If they requested info)


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how exciting! I applied June 25th and send in my last information this week (state background check). How long after they requested info did it take to get this? (If they requested info)
My fiancÚ and I are still in a bit of shock! It's very exciting and at the same emotional!! They sent us an email on Oct 3rd for additional info and we sent them the same day so exactly a month after we sent all requested infos.


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Happy Melbourne Cup Day!! Woke up to this lovely message from my husband this morning!: "You have been granted a permanent visa which allows you to travel to and remain in Australia indefinitely." He almost called me at 3am when he got the notice, but after being married for 5 years, he knew the perils in that. We applied April 30th, so just over 6 months to approval He got 2 emails, one saying the "partner provisional" visa has been granted, and then another saying "partner visa subclass 100" has been granted. does this mean he doesn't have to wait for the 2 year decision? (sorry still half asleep here!) Yay!
Congrats, great news to wake up to I bet!!

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Great morning everyone! So.... we woke up this morning to an email reading... PMV VISA GRANTED! So excited! Thank you everyone here for your help and for keeping us sane, hopeful and informed and I know for those who are waiting your time will come soon! Movement from Washington is always a good thing so hopefully we start seeing some more grants! YAY!
Awesome!! And a nice fast grant too!

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Has anyone had two weddings? Im waiting for my PMV but our first wedding (for some Aussie family - not our big wedding) is in April 2016. Our second and formal/big wedding is October 2016. Once I apply for my bridging visa in April... would I be granted the visa that enables me to fly to the USA for my main wedding?


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A friend of mine did but the second wedding but the second wasn't a wedding because they were already married. It was like a renewal of vows. It was for her family and friends since she got married overseas.

Just remember if your Australian one is official and the PMV is not approved you will need to change it to a 309 as soon as you are married.

If the PMV has been granted the PMV to 820 is very fast like weeks or days. The marriage certificate takes the longest.


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Thank you!! We applied 16th of June so it has only been 4 months and 18 days!
That's awesome!!! I can only hope the process goes quickly for us! Am dying to get back for the birth of my sisters 1st baby but doubt will make it in time. Congrats to you!!

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