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Old 01-16-2019, 10:32 PM
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We just received an unexpected Christmas present when we realised that my darling was probably pregnant!
We see the Doctor next week to confirm but the tester was positive

The burning question now is do I include this on the PMV 300 application which I can submit in the next days?
Can I ignore this at this stage as we don't have anything official
Will it be a plus or a minus at this stage for her fiance visa application?

Reading this post 6 months on is very informative
I have completed everything required for the PMV 300 but not finished with the Evidence of relationship before final submission for decision

It has been so much harder than expected. I applied for and was granted the visitor Visa in Thailand in 3 days while I was still visiting to assist with everything.
I was so excited by this I rushed to buy her a ticket only to arrive back to an email asking for medicals and police checks for her and her son for the PMV 300.

If my fiancee had stayed in Thailand for one more week these could have been done in days instead of a couple of months. It would have cost much less too.

I then applied for a new visitor visa 600 in Australia in October. This took the more normal two weeks and she was granted 6 months more until April 2019.
Congratulations! It doesn't change anything but you can add it as extra evidence of your relationship. If there's a chance s/he won't be born in Australia, start having a read on the Citizenship by Descent requirements. You'll need to get the baby a passport to enter Australia.


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Old 01-17-2019, 07:17 PM
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Thanks Skyblue!
At this stage we only have the pregnancy test results and the usual signs
Do I just say we are expecting? - then I can submit today -
or do I wait for the Doctor's assessment on Tuesday?
I am very keen to get the application up for assessment

As far as where the baby will be born depends on Visas.
If the PMV 300 is granted in time then here.
But that means only 7 months or so for DHA to decide.
Possible from what I see on the site.


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Old 01-29-2019, 02:24 AM
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Hi guys! I want to apply for a tourist visa during the processing times of my PMV. Is it feasible? Do I need to upload/state on immi or in the form when applying the tourist visa? Courage to everyone who is waitingxx


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Old 01-29-2019, 08:14 AM
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Hi guys! I want to apply for a tourist visa during the processing times of my PMV. Is it feasible? Do I need to upload/state on immi or in the form when applying the tourist visa? Courage to everyone who is waitingxx
This Visa process learning is an area of life I never thought I would be in. I have learned much in the last three months and from this forum too.

We are also of the agreement that a meeting during the PMV waiting phase is worth consideration. The Visitor Visa process from the Aust. Immi. Dept. for high risk (their interpretation) countries and also generally is hardly worth the grind so we agreed a meeting in a Visa free location was a better alternative. Thailand or Indonesia I suggested and it would be a great holiday break from work too.

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PMV 300 onto PR 820/801

From Country: Russia
PMV 300 Application Date: 11-01-2019
Police Checks Submitted: 11-01-2019
Medical Submitted: 25-01-2019
Case Officer Assigned: 04-04-2019
Biometric Data Submitted: 05-04-2019
PMV 300 Granted: 01-05-2019
Arrival Date: 21-05-2019
PR 820/801 Application Date: 03-12-2019

Document Translation: http://www.russiantranslationsnaati.com.au/
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Old 01-29-2019, 02:11 PM
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This visa is indeed stressful, specially when we are apart during the processing times. After reading these posts on this forum, I have found many people going through the same process.
Actually what I meant in my previous post is that whether I can travel to Australia during the processing times? And if I should upload anything on immi?


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