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Old 01-14-2020, 06:23 AM
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For those applicants who are waiting more than a year, is it normal to receive an automated email after 12 months with the below content?

“ We are writing to inform you that your application for a Partner (Provisional) visa is in progress. Your application takes time to process as we complete a number of thorough checks.”
We are at 13 month and haven't got one? I am really getting worried about ours, we have had zero contact, not even a RFI. <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" /> It frustrating seeing others going through Beirut office who applied months after us getting approved.
I feel the same. 17.5 months for us. I have read that some people don’t receive the 12 month email but it doesn’t mean anything. Just that the system for some reason has failed to generate it.
17.5 months, wow sorry to hear. Is your case complicated?


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For those applicants who are waiting more than a year, is it normal to receive an automated email after 12 months with the below content?

“ We are writing to inform you that your application for a Partner (Provisional) visa is in progress. Your application takes time to process as we complete a number of thorough checks.”
We are at 13 month and haven't got one? I am really getting worried about ours, we have had zero contact, not even a RFI. It frustrating seeing others going through Beirut office who applied months after us getting approved.
I feel the same. 17.5 months for us. I have read that some people don’t receive the 12 month email but it doesn’t mean anything. Just that the system for some reason has failed to generate it.
17.5 months, wow sorry to hear. Is your case complicated?
No it’s pretty straight forward. The only things we don’t have is evidence of a joint lease on a house/unit or joint bank account. We have provided everything else.


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No itís pretty straight forward. The only things we donít have is evidence of a joint lease on a house/unit or joint bank account. We have provided everything else.
Is the applicant male or female? I have noticed that male applicants generally take longer than female applicants. May be in case of male applicants, DoHA carryout more security checks and this could take a long time. And also checks could take a long time if the applicant has travelled in many high risk countries.

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Does anybody know a person in North Lebanon (Tripoli area) that can certify the 888 form for a PMV?

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No it’s pretty straight forward. The only things we don’t have is evidence of a joint lease on a house/unit or joint bank account. We have provided everything else.
Is the applicant male or female? I have noticed that male applicants generally take longer than female applicants. May be in case of male applicants, DoHA carryout more security checks and this could take a long time. And also checks could take a long time if the applicant has travelled in many high risk countries.
Applicant is male. I agree with you. I’ve noticed men take longer to process. He lives in a high risk country but hasn’t traveled to many others.


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Applicant is male. I agree with you. Iíve noticed men take longer to process. He lives in a high risk country but hasnít traveled to many others.
Which high country is he from?


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Arrow Change my PMV to Partner

Hello all,
I’ve been following since the beginning of last year. This group gives me hope when I read of someone’s golden email ♥️.

Wishing you all the best with your applications and hoping we hear Great news by February 2020.

I’ve applied for a PMV for my partner in Iraq June 2019.
It’s been 7 months. Not a single email or anything from the office. I’ve emailed and sent out messages in regards to the safety of my fiancť due to the protests and everything that is happening back in iraq. But nothing. ��

I’m thinking of going back to iraq and getting married and changing my application from prospective marriage visa to Partner visa.
As it’s showing shorter processing time than fiancť visa.

What are the steps I would need to take?
Thanks


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Applicant is male. I agree with you. I’ve noticed men take longer to process. He lives in a high risk country but hasn’t traveled to many others.
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He is from Iraq


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Have you visited eachother since getting married? My agent has recommended if our visa takes over 13 months, we should try arrange to see eachother again.

Situation in lebanon is getting messy! lets pray the embassy stays open- the country is hitting a financial crisis!

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We are in the same situation, my fiance is from Lebanon. My agent recommended a 13 month wait before we decide to meet again. The embassy should be midnful of this.- i just feel there's an even further delay due to the protests in lebanon.

Has your fiance had his medicals done?



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Hello all,
Iíve been following since the beginning of last year. This group gives me hope when I read of someoneís golden email ♥️.

Wishing you all the best with your applications and hoping we hear Great news by February 2020.

Iíve applied for a PMV for my partner in Iraq June 2019.
Itís been 7 months. Not a single email or anything from the office. Iíve emailed and sent out messages in regards to the safety of my fiancť due to the protests and everything that is happening back in iraq. But nothing. ��

Iím thinking of going back to iraq and getting married and changing my application from prospective marriage visa to Partner visa.
As itís showing shorter processing time than fiancť visa.

What are the steps I would need to take?
Thanks


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