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Old 06-22-2020, 10:31 PM
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Hi, my husband applied for a 309/100 partner visa from beirut in September 2019 and we havent heard anything at all. Is this normal? Has anyone else lodged around this time and heard anything yet? Also, would he be rejected for a tourist visa for the meantime? We’ve been married for almost two years and have a child so providing evidence of a genuine relationship is not an issue.

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Old 06-23-2020, 01:10 AM
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Very common not to have heard anything unfortunately. It's a matter of waiting until they contact you first. It is very frustrating but it is what it is. As for the Tourist visa, you will have to apply and find out, don't see why not ? As long as there is evidence that he will return to his country (i.e. work ties etc) to show that he will comply with the tourist requirements...
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Hi, my husband applied for a 309/100 partner visa from beirut in September 2019 and we havent heard anything at all. Is this normal? Has anyone else lodged around this time and heard anything yet? Also, would he be rejected for a tourist visa for the meantime? We’ve been married for almost two years and have a child so providing evidence of a genuine relationship is not an issue.


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My story, Applied OCT 2017 for PMV Refused in MAY 2018 due to not believing we were in a genuine relationship and intend to marry and live together. We did provide photos of the to months we spent together and our engagement party photos also provided a intend of marriage notice and call history which we should have updated we also got interviewed 3 months before the refusal which went well but they focused on the fact that we havent planned for any wedding which i explained to them that i wanted to wait to see when we would get a Grant. Applied AAT 1 week after refusal MAY 2018 Traveled to see my fiance FEB 2019 Traveled again FEB 2020 and still here with him. We got and email for a hearing in APRIL 2020... on they day of the hearing we were prepared and ready to start when the Tribual wasnt able to call our moble number because they weren't dialing it correctly after my migration agent on the other line with them helped them dial the number correctly we were all on the line ready to begin the hearing which was supposed to start 11AM aus time we were all online around 11:15 due to them not dialling the area code correctly, then the tribunal member decides he doesnt want to proceed with the hearing and postpones. From that day till now still havent heard anything from the Tribunal still sending them pictures the member incharge of our cas has not showed up since that day. During the almost 2 year wait for a hearing i have provided them with photos of us together i have sent them thousands of call history most of them over 3 hours a day of calls. I also had a mental breakdown becuase of the stressful process and went to see a psychologist which also asked for a priority hearing that was refused. Now i dont know whats going to happen


Wow that’s shocking, everything goes well for a while then get refused? Looks like you have met all the criteria's... is that from Beirut office? What country you are applying from? Did you submit all police checks. 2 Witness declaration?

Not planning for the wedding? I think everyone rely on notice of intented marriage firts and wait for the grant here.


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Hi Nadian, getting any paperwork done in Iran can be a challenge at the best of times. My husband is there and we are about to submit our application, just wondering if you can elaborate please on what you know about the problems getting biometrics done at the moment? Are they closed? We plan to submit our police checks and medicals immediately after applying. Thanks.

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Not planning for the wedding? I think everyone rely on notice of intented marriage firts and wait for the grant here.
For the PMV, (not the 309), having a marriage date set with a marriage celebrant is compulsory. A PMV cannot be granted without it.

The date can always be changed later, and often is, once the grant comes through, and you start to plan properly.

Other than setting a date, and supplying the NOIM, we did nothing for planning the actual event until we had the grant.

We did ask for a visitor visa so that we could both visit the marriage celebrants, and choose together, so that we could then submit the NOIM. We submitted that about 4 months after we did the PMV application.

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Not planning for the wedding? I think everyone rely on notice of intented marriage firts and wait for the grant here.
For the PMV, (not the 309), having a marriage date set with a marriage celebrant is compulsory. A PMV cannot be granted without it.

The date can always be changed later, and often is, once the grant comes through, and you start to plan properly.

Other than setting a date, and supplying the NOIM, we did nothing for planning the actual event until we had the grant.

We did ask for a visitor visa so that we could both visit the marriage celebrants, and choose together, so that we could then submit the NOIM. We submitted that about 4 months after we did the PMV application.

Thank you for confirming. Yes doing NOIM through marriage celebrant with set date is rule no. 1. I was getting panic. Thanks for confirming again.


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Old 07-04-2020, 02:21 PM
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It’s been very quiet lately. Has anyone heard any news?


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It’s been very quiet lately. Has anyone heard any news?
Nothing here. Still waiting for the Baghdad IOM to reopen so my husband can do his medical exam.


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Itís been very quiet lately. Has anyone heard any news?
Nothing yet, Australia starts to grant all the 820 visas.
Also some of my friends have been assigned a case officer from Beirut office.Hopefully we will hear good news soon.


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Old 07-07-2020, 10:24 AM
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When did your friends from beirut lodge? And how did they know that they got assigned a case officer?

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Nothing yet, Australia starts to grant all the 820 visas.
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