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heats have you done your police checks or medicals yet?
Yes, I thought I needed to wait on a CO but when I called in to DC about mouth after applying to see what I needed to do, they asked me if I have these docs yet.. I said no I was waiting until I was told to do so.. He then told me they were good for a year and visas were taking 8 months to proses an to get it done to prevent that being what holds me up in the end.

They guy at DC was named Wilman. I have spoken to him a few times and he had been a big help. I even sent a letter to the "contact us" link about what an asset he is to them and how awesome he has been to me... I got back a nice note for my compliment and assured that my letter would get to his bosses..

Sorry went a little off subject there, but Yes I got my stuff. The Dr is about 2 blocks from my house and was an in and out deal. Cost me about 200 bucks. I got my state clearance very fast, aus fed police back in about a week. FBI took over 30 days to get back to me.

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Hey H. Protagonist, did you want to be added to the list of folks waiting on the first post of this thread?
Sure! Throw me on up there with the other hopefuls. ^_^ While I'm waiting around for my C.O. and final decision maybe I can be of assistance to others with slightly weird international relationships that require 5 police certificates, a lot of bouncing back and forth, and throwing career and home to the winds for this Australian hell, er, adventure!

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Great. Added you!

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Visa #1: PMV (300) through Washington, D.C
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Visa #2: Subclass 820 (From PMV).
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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
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Sure! Throw me on up there with the other hopefuls. ^_^ While I'm waiting around for my C.O. and final decision maybe I can be of assistance to others with slightly weird international relationships that require 5 police certificates, a lot of bouncing back and forth, and throwing career and home to the winds for this Australian hell, er, adventure!
I will need 3 police certificates lol....I'm in an international tailspin myself lol


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ok, last night I was thinking over everything and rather than bother my new friend Wilman in DC. I will ask you guys.

as you know I applied for 309/100. My wife and I have adopted our son from Child protective services (CPS) 2 years ago. We have the paperwork that he is fully our child now. (the court / state even gave us new birth certs with us as his parents)
He can not get citizenship by birth like my daughter did, so is on my application.

Do I need to get the background checks done for my wife? Should I wait to see if they ask (as she is his legal and rightful mother?)

I wish I had that CO to ask

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Hmmm, that's a good question. I think I'd wait and see if they ask for them. Typically they only ask if it's not the sponsor's child.

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Are you sure your son isn't eligible for citizenship, though? Australian Citizenship – Adoption

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Yeah, he was adopted from the foster care system. It's not under the Hague Convention Intercountry Adoption arrangements.. There is a visa I could apply for (102) but it was cheaper and easier to put him on my visa.

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Ohhh, okay, I see. Sorry.

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It's all good. We did a lot of reading before hand, but was unsure if my wife (Aussie) needed to do background checks to immigrate her own legal yet not biological son. I think we will just see what they say. Thanks

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