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Old 08-06-2020, 08:55 AM
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Please keep this thread Civil!
In these trying times everyone is on edge to some degree, please remember that, also remember everyone is entitled to their own opinion, it is immaterial if you agree with it or not!
Keep this in mind when posting.

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I didnít sign for medicare benefits! That is not what I care about!
That highlights the point about getting a petition worded correctly.

You signed a petition that has included various things that you don't care about, and that are already available to some of the people mentioned in the petition anyway.

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Old 08-07-2020, 03:29 AM
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Yea many countries are going through a second wave! We are happy to pay for quarantine and take the test! Many countries who still have cases every day have opened and you just have to quarantine and do the test!

It is something humanitarian! 820 are with their partners! We aren’t! We can’t even visit and it is difficult for them to leave! Some people apply more than 15 times for an exemption on their tourist visas! So it is even difficult to see our loved ones!

Anyway, I don’t see why you are attacking me if you applied for 309 as well! Seems odd. Usually people in our position are frustrated by the current situation.
Im not attacking you
My wife and i have already done the waiting in separate countries thing. Yeah its tough, but we were patient.

The current situation is, that there is a deadly disease stopping offshore granting. I just dont see the need or the purpose, for a petition. Its not going to change anything or make the virus go away.

I know all of you are happy to test and quarantine, but thats not the point. Australias aim is to minimise the amount of people coming in from other countries.

I haven't seen my wife and son for 4 months now. She went back for her fathers funeral and hasn't been able to get back to Oz due to the restrictions in her country of birth. Am i happy about that? Of course not. But im not organising petitions and complaining on forums about the restrictions her Govt has enforced.

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People should know the consequence of lodging partner visa offshore (the waiting period and the separation from your partner). Before the Covid-19 occurred, the onshore (Visa 820/801) visa's waiting period was longer than the offshore one, did they organisie the petition?

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Yes, the the onshore applicants organized a petition.

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People should know the consequence of lodging partner visa offshore (the waiting period and the separation from your partner). Before the Covid-19 occurred, the onshore (Visa 820/801) visa's waiting period was longer than the offshore one, did they organisie the petition?


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Yes, the the onshore applicants organized a petition.
Do you have the details of that petition?

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I got my medicare while on 600. I applied for 309/100. We're eligible for medicate, the same as 820.

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Please reread the petition! It is saying it is unfair that onshore and offshore applicants pay the same fee however onshore get the benefits of medicare amongst others, while offshore gets nothing until they get the grant!

Anyway, people who CARE please sign! Thanks 😊
So you want the Australian Govt to pay your medical bills in another country?

The application fee has nothing to do with Medicare


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Anyone from Beirut Processing Office with 309 status as Further Assessment??
Which month you lodged?
Applied for 309/100 from Dubai in Sep 2019.
And the status of the application (both Applicant & Sponsor) is "Further assessment".


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That petition seems to have issues that may cause it to be rejected quickly.

It is asking for, among other things: "Medicare when the offshore applicant is in Australia".

A 309 visa applicant is already eligible for Medicare when they are in Australia. www.servicesaustralia.gov.au
Its suggesting that there should be a bridging visa option for 309 applicants for when they visit BEFORE the 309 is approved.


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Anyone from Beirut Processing Office with 309 status as Further Assessment??
Which month you lodged?
Applied for 309/100 from Dubai in Sep 2019.
And the status of the application (both Applicant & Sponsor) is "Further assessment".
Didi you get any interview calls? I'm currently stuck in india.. my contact number in application is my Qatar number 😐


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