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Old 11-04-2014, 11:57 PM
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Congrats!!

I'm so happy reading these grants in way less time than publicized! I hope this trend continues into 2015 as I plan to lodge PMV application in January.

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Well hubby leaves for new zealand end of month for a few days as per ETA requirements .... we're still waiting for our approval .... hope it comes soon!!!

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I would love to get an invite to a function! And with a bit of luck, someone might get invited to my Thanksgiving dinner at my home. I told my fiancÚ that we will always celebrate July 4th (not 4 July), and we will always celebrate Thanksgiving!!

Some things are just too precious to give up.

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Talking Congratulations!!!!!

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309 and 100 approved today. Very excited! Took almost exactly 7 months. Good luck everyone!
Many congratulations emkas!!!!
Wish you a blessed re-union and a wonderful life together with your partner in Australia
Thanks for sharing such a happy news with us
Wish you safe and fun flight to Australia

Hope you enjoy welcoming Santa in his board shorts on a surfing board..haha!
Welcome to the land down under
Have a great week!

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Woo Hoo!!

Another one down! Congrats emkas

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Congratulations Emkas... thanks for sharing your wonderful news with us all. Seven months is quicker than most, so you can relax and begin your life together in sunny Oz. Welcome....

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I would love to get an invite to a function! And with a bit of luck, someone might get invited to my Thanksgiving dinner at my home. I told my fiancÚ that we will always celebrate July 4th (not 4 July), and we will always celebrate Thanksgiving!!

Some things are just too precious to give up.
I LOVED preparing a full American style Thanksgiving dinner for my Australian friends and family and so did they!


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Hi guys just wanted to let you know I got my ETA today and talked through my planned visits with DIBP (Americas service center) and it's all clear for me. My visits are less than three months long, so the ETA was the right choice.
So, DIBP finally responded to my email enquiry, after I'd applied for and been granted the ETA (yes, I was impatient, my partner and I wanted to make plans for Christmas!).
They asked me to upload a cover letter explaining my travel plans -- but of course there's no obvious evidence category for such a cover letter.
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So, DIBP finally responded to my email enquiry, after I'd applied for and been granted the ETA (yes, I was impatient, my partner and I wanted to make plans for Christmas!).
They asked me to upload a cover letter explaining my travel plans -- but of course there's no obvious evidence category for such a cover letter.
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Just put it where best fits, that is what I did for things that didn't fit a category. From memory there was a category about additional information or something like that?

Congats on the ETA.


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Just put it where best fits, that is what I did for things that didn't fit a category. From memory there was a category about additional information or something like that?

Congats on the ETA.
Thanks Mish, I know I am lucky that an ETA was an easy thing for me to get.

I opted to upload my cover letter under "Travel Document" -- I know it's not what they're looking for in that category but there was no "additional information" category. I swear they've updated the categories since last time I uploaded something.


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