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Old 11-08-2017, 09:34 PM
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Unless you're a US citizen or PR holder as you can get results within a week or two through an approved channeler. Obviously not the case for you two but just throwing it out there for other perusers .
I did mine recently in NYC and it was emailed to me within an hour...


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Another update...

Applied PMV 11th December 2016.

Switched from PMV to 309 this month.

Husband has now been asked to leave Australia for his grant, can't believe we finally did it

So happy!
Congrats hisbooboo! That's great news

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Thanks a lot for sharing this. I'll go ahead and do the same for the NY State check - no time to waste on getting it wrong I've received my FBI check, so that's done.
Hey SwedeInNYC, how long did it take the FBI to process your background check? They are quoting 12-14 weeks on their website now. My Aussie sponsor lives here in the US so will need to go through them to get his FBI check done. Hoping it doesn't actually take that long.


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Also, just wanted to update that we were assigned a case officer on Nov. 2 and asked for further evidence (background checks and medicals). We applied from the US for our 309/100 on Jan. 20th. So happy to see movement on our visa! Good luck to everyone else out there!


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When my husband got his fbi check done, it did indeed take three plus months to receive it in the mail.


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Also, just wanted to update that we were assigned a case officer on Nov. 2 and asked for further evidence (background checks and medicals). We applied from the US for our 309/100 on Jan. 20th. So happy to see movement on our visa! Good luck to everyone else out there!
I did my FBI check a few months back when it was around 10-12 weeks of processing time, and that took about 12 weeks to get. We're not expecting to get the one for my husband before the 12-14 weeks. Should hopefully be done by end of January or beginning of February, plus mailing time.

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Hi all, I just joined this forum today...

was hoping you could give me an advice regarding the sponsorship form 40sp...

Is there a difference between the paper form and the online form? I have already filled out the paper form and attached it to my husband's 309 visa application (we lodged online). I was just wondering if I still need to do the online form?

Thanks in advance for your help!


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You can do either paper or online. The online form is easier and more efficient.


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Hi all, I just joined this forum today...

was hoping you could give me an advice regarding the sponsorship form 40sp...

Is there a difference between the paper form and the online form? I have already filled out the paper form and attached it to my husband's 309 visa application (we lodged online). I was just wondering if I still need to do the online form?

Thanks in advance for your help!
DIBP prefer that if you apply online, the sponsor form is done online. Read it here: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-...#tab-content-1


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A friend from the US applied for the 300 on 2/2/17 and was just asked to leave Oz for the grant.


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