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Old 11-07-2019, 03:31 AM
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Yes if they ask we have to do it again just wait for request


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Yes if they ask we have to do it again just wait for request
Yes. This time we will be waiting for the request before my husband does the medical and gets the police clearance.


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What is your country of origin? Karramy and Mabel?


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Old 11-07-2019, 12:23 PM
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I am Egyptian when I applied i was in Qatar that’s why my application in Beirut office


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What is your country of origin? Karramy and Mabel?
I’m Australian and my husband is Iraqi.


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Old 11-07-2019, 07:33 PM
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Just a question do you guys live with your partners offshore or have any children?


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Just a question do you guys live with your partners offshore or have any children?
We have one child together and currently don’t live together but have lived together temporarily previously.


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It’s not about you living together or having independent I’m living with my wife over 6 years in Sydney we married 3 years ago and we have 2 kids together DOF jan 2019 2 times interview we bought house in our name both name I’m living 9 years in sydney still nothing .


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Old 11-08-2019, 03:05 AM
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That’s unusual they really should prioritize you guys considering you’re a family that’s been apart for over 15 months now where as you see fiancÚs and recently married couples getting their visas fast. Honestly people like you need send a feedback and complain. Inshallah you guys get reunited soon.


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We have one child together and currently don’t live together but have lived together temporarily previously.


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Old 11-08-2019, 03:11 AM
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Actually it does make a difference considering your case and their case it’s easily said the done especially when you are living in australia with your partner by your side but being far from you wife and children is harder said then done! I recently left my husband to go back to australia because of medical reasons and to be honest after 3 years of living together its really hard to go through it. But I constantly informed the embassy with proof and after 8 months they said they are finalizing our case. Karramy dont just email them but send them a feedback through your immi account inshallah you get an answer.

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It’s not about you living together or having independent I’m living with my wife over 6 years in Sydney we married 3 years ago and we have 2 kids together DOF jan 2019 2 times interview we bought house in our name both name I’m living 9 years in sydney still nothing .


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