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Process for PMV - Subclass 300 - 2018


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Old 06-25-2018, 09:32 AM
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Process for PMV - Subclass 300 - 2018

My partner and I met at work and we've been together for two years now, we are not officially engage but we are in a long distance I currently work here in Singapore and he lives in Sydney he is an Aussie and I Filipino. We have registered our relationship last December in NSW but we are still trying to find out what is the correct visa we should apply.

I am totally new in this site and decided to sign up so I can research about PMV or Partners visa.

I have the feeling that the right visa for us should be PMV because we are long distance but maybe just a little confuse and dont know where to start

My fiance and I is planning to apply before end of the year or earlier.

I have read some of the requirements in IMMI and read the booklet.

I have printed all the forms like 40SP,80 and 47SP to read through so I can assess things.

I also want to start doing the other documents like history of relationship, screenshots of pictures and collate it and all my other documents stated on the IMMI.


I was just hoping i could create thread for people who are starting to apply PMV so we can share things about the process of PMV.


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Old 06-25-2018, 12:20 PM
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Yes you better start collecting all the required documents.
I submittes mine thru paper at VFS , and bases on my experience I feel its faster than online. The moment they got my application right away they asked me for police and med check. Right after submitting the police check from sg, i already had a case officer.
Any specific things you want to ask me? Tried to send you private message for my number but i dunno why i wont get thru.

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Online will be the only option beginning 1 July.


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Old 06-26-2018, 06:58 AM
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hi Cielo,

thank you for your reply i hope you got my PM.


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Old 06-26-2018, 06:59 AM
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hi skyblue, yes i was just reading it in the wesbite. too bad i have to do the online now but i think that it should be fine....


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hi skyblue, yes i was just reading it in the wesbite. too bad i have to do the online now but i think that it should be fine....
Online is far better in my opinion anyway. Processing times weren't any faster for paper applications anyway. I've seen online apps get grants in less than a month and apps take over a year. With as many applicants as there are, there's no telling how long it can take.


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Old 06-27-2018, 04:44 AM
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hi skyblue,

thanks for your reply i willupdate once we already lodge in and can i ask if get stuck? thanks in advance.


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hi skyblue,

thanks for your reply i willupdate once we already lodge in and can i ask if get stuck? thanks in advance. <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
Start gathering your evidence into PDFs. It took me several months to put everything together otherwise we would have lodged sooner!


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