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Old 03-20-2020, 05:59 PM
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Has anyone had any correspondence (RFI, phone calls, approvals, etc.) this week? The general PMV/309 thread suggests places like India are still processing. Is the U.S.?
i dont think they will process as all non citizens arenr allowed into australia..including pmvs except for partner 309

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i dont think they will process as all non citizens arenr allowed into australia..including pmvs except for partner 309
A PMV holder can request the exemption that Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and 309 or 820 visa holders have, if they have sufficient evidence.


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i dont think they will process as all non citizens arenr allowed into australia..including pmvs except for partner 309
A PMV holder can request the exemption that Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and 309 or 820 visa holders have, if they have sufficient evidence.
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It's a good idea to apply for the exemption, my partner and I skipped the PMV and applied straight away for a 309 (no grant yet), not married (yet), and I was granted the travel ban exemption after about five hours. I just uploaded proof of our de-facto relationship, including a Centrelink statement saying my partner had declared he was in a relationship with me, a statement from our bank saying we had a joint account and an account that I had some permissions to, the bank statements for the joint account, our joint lease, and the original 'proof of communication while apart' document I created for the 309. Ironically enough, the morning before we had cancelled my flights leaving out Monday, so after five hours we somehow managed to get the international leg 'un-cancelled' and repurchase the domestic, so I'll be flying back to Australia on Monday!


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Yes, that's the link that mentions it.

With a temporary visa (except for Partner and Child visa holders) - Attach proof (such as your marriage certificate, evidence of your de-facto relationship such as shared finances ... etc

I noticed someone did that with a 600 visa, while still waiting for a partner visa.


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Old 03-22-2020, 09:31 PM
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Hi all:

Just applied (PMV) from Washington, DC to join my partner who I've been with for 16 months now long distance. Bit nervous of course with the current state of affairs and Covid19 but I'm hopeful they're still looking at applications. We're expecting a 15 month wait and at this point, I'd be grateful if it didn't go anything higher.

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Hi all

Got a note from Aus immi saying they are processing our application for family / perm residency for my spouse. We are both living in USA. Applied (front loaded) back in April last year, RFI August, and now almost exactly 365 days later we get a message saying our application is being reviewed etc. Feeling hopeful and glad our application hasn't been lost in the works. I guess this shows that the embassy is indeed busy in Washington.


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Thats an automated email they send after a year.

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Has DC completely stopped granting 309 visas?


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Hi all,
Just posting to let you know we got our 309 visa granted today so the washington office is still processing visas!
we applied in October 2019 and did police checks and medical exam in March


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