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Old 01-15-2020, 03:00 AM
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I guess many people do that if they visa wait is too long! however i have been told it can delay the timing even more, but people on this forum have said it won't effect the waiting.

The waiting time is painful - your DOL isn't too far from ours! Hopefully we hear something soon!



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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?
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Old 01-15-2020, 04:25 AM
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Hey everyone,
Male or female applications it has nothing to do with the waiting time and I would say no one cares male or female outta here..
Keep it up and I'm sure you guys who been waiting for 17 months or around would get the Permanent residency not just the temp one .. I waited 10 months and now I'm gonna get it next week I have no clue if I'm getting the temp or both.
It's been a very stressful year for all of us and I'm sure one you come here to Australia you better go and check yourself with the psychologist as we all go through stress and other bad things.
I have been sain all of my life but when i applied i started being introvert, a lot of stress, feeling isolated and insomnia hit me lately ..
It took a toll on me I never knew that I'm gonna go through this kind of hard time of waiting.
But you know what is the good thing ? That if you we're positive .. You'll bring this energy to you keep yourself optimistic and be happy ❤️

Thank you all for the support 🌹 and I hope you get yours sooner than you think ��


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Old 01-15-2020, 05:56 AM
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Yes, since getting married in 2017 we have spent 9 months together in total. Last year we spent a total of 3 months together. Weíve decided not to see each other again until the visa is granted now based on me unable to get time off work until June this year, me having to travel alone with our 14 month old son and the unrest in Iraq at the moment.

Yeah I believe the delay in our visa grant definitely has something to do with the unrest in Beirut.
It is hard. Partner visa process causes too much stress on families.

One possibility is to make an attempt to be together with your partner in a third country even for a shorter period. That could help to speed up the process.

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Yes, since getting married in 2017 we have spent 9 months together in total. Last year we spent a total of 3 months together. We’ve decided not to see each other again until the visa is granted now based on me unable to get time off work until June this year, me having to travel alone with our 14 month old son and the unrest in Iraq at the moment.

Yeah I believe the delay in our visa grant definitely has something to do with the unrest in Beirut.
It is hard. Partner visa process causes too much stress on families.

One possibility is to make an attempt to be together with your partner in a third country even for a shorter period. That could help to speed up the process.
I think we will do that in June if we still don’t have the visa as I can’t take time off work until then.


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Yes, very true. That’s what my agent suggested too.

If the embassy in Lebanon Gets worse and we don’t get visa before end of this financial year hopefully our cases will be transferred to another embassy.



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Yes, since getting married in 2017 we have spent 9 months together in total. Last year we spent a total of 3 months together. We’ve decided not to see each other again until the visa is granted now based on me unable to get time off work until June this year, me having to travel alone with our 14 month old son and the unrest in Iraq at the moment.

Yeah I believe the delay in our visa grant definitely has something to do with the unrest in Beirut.
It is hard. Partner visa process causes too much stress on families.

One possibility is to make an attempt to be together with your partner in a third country even for a shorter period. That could help to speed up the process.


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Old 01-15-2020, 08:50 AM
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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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Anyone can help?


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Old 01-15-2020, 09:06 AM
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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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Anyone can help?
Sorry I won’t be able to help in Lebanon as from my understanding. It needs to be certified in Australia.
However when I was in Dubai and needed to get some legal papers Signed and witnessed for my father in Australia.

I went to a lawyer and asked him to witness and certify for a fee. As he’s a registered lawyer. He was able to do that for me.

Keep in mind not all lawyers were able to do that.

While here we can go to the nearest post office or pharmacy/chemist to get witness and certification.

In the gulf/Middle East
It doesn’t work this way.

But my legal papers were accepted with the witness and certification from that lawyer in Dubai.

Try that in Lebanon.


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Old 01-15-2020, 10:22 AM
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Just go to any pharmacist, make sure to get a copy of his license.. And signed both sides by him.
What are you after ? Baby passport or citizenship?


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It's a false advice!! From you mizilidah.
Dear i was in jordan i went to the village pharmacist and he did that for me .. and we got my daughters citizenship and passport through him. You just have to make sure to take a copy of his license and his phone number and email just in case.

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It's a false advice!! From you mizilidah.
Dear i was in jordan i went to the village pharmacist and he did that for me .. and we got my daughters citizenship and passport through him. You just have to make sure to take a copy of his license and his phone number and email just in case.
As I had quoted, that’s what I had done and it worked for me in Dubai as the pharmacist would not sign anything for me.

No false advice given. Just what had worked for me in Dubai. 🙂

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