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Old 07-07-2017, 08:02 PM
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You were right panda, my 309/100 just came through... Visa granted!!!
That's such great news!! I'm so happy for you. Is your cat already on it's way? We have the movers coming July 21 and we fly out on July 23 with a stop in Singapore on the way through. When are you thinking of heading over?

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When are you thinking of heading over?
My wife/sponsor moved to Sydney mid June. She received a really awesome job offer. So she is all set up with an apartment, job, and car etc.

My cat is scheduled to fly out July 24th and should exit quarantine less than 2 weeks later. I plan to wrap things up here in the US and immigrate first week of August. At least with this visa I can start applying for jobs.

I wish I could go sooner

What city do you plan to immigrate too? My wife grew up in Melbourne, so Sydney is new to us both--will be quite the adventure.

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I grew up in Perth and we are headed back there to be close to family. My husband is from the US and this will be his first time living in Australia although we have visited many times over the years. We've been in the US for 21 years so it's going to be a bit of culture shock for both of us. Best of luck with the move!

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Like we said, new fiscal year brings good things!


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Like we said, new fiscal year brings good things!
Im glad they appear to be moving again. I'm hoping to hear of some PMV grants soon.


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Quick question:

As a holder of the subclass 100 visa am I technically considered a permanent resident?

I am applying for jobs in Australia and was just asked if I hold an unrestricted partner visa or if I am a permanent resident. I am just curious what the correct response would be.

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Quick question:

As a holder of the subclass 100 visa am I technically considered a permanent resident?

I am applying for jobs in Australia and was just asked if I hold an unrestricted partner visa or if I am a permanent resident. I am just curious what the correct response would be.

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If you have a 100 grant, yes you are a Permanent Resident.


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If you have a 100 grant, yes you are a Permanent Resident.
That is what I thought. Thank you!

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Old 07-24-2017, 07:17 AM
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Any updates on PMV 300 from the States? If you're still waiting, how long have you been? I feel like 300 grants from the US have been quiet for a long time. Hopefully they're all just sitting around to be approved soon.


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Next week will be 8 months for us...


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