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Old 06-12-2019, 01:52 PM
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Great news saz and Maryam. Congrats!!! 😊


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Hello everyone,
We got our grant today!!

Visa application date: 21st of September 2018
Request for info: 5th of December 2018
Applicant interview: 4th of April 2019
(No interview with sponsor)
Visa grant: 12th of June 2019
Arrive by date: 3rd of September 2019

Goodluck to everyone else, i really hope you all hear good news soon!
Congrats!! Have a wonderful life! Would you be able to share some of the questions from your interview if you don't mind?


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Hello everyone,
We got our grant today!!

Visa application date: 21st of September 2018
Request for info: 5th of December 2018
Applicant interview: 4th of April 2019
(No interview with sponsor)
Visa grant: 12th of June 2019
Arrive by date: 3rd of September 2019

Goodluck to everyone else, i really hope you all hear good news soon!
Congrats Saz.

I notice your first entry date is only 3 months away. Did you apply for PMV or 309 ?

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Hey guys,

Looks like most of them are receiving their grants this month. So far its 3 this month for applications applied in Sep or Oct 2018.

Anyone else who has applied before Sep 18 and not received a grant yet?

Hopefully, we see grants happening for applications in Nov 18.

Good luck guys. Hope to see few grants today.

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Hey guys,

Looks like most of them are receiving their grants this month. So far its 3 this month for applications applied in Sep or Oct 2018.

Anyone else who has applied before Sep 18 and not received a grant yet?

Hopefully, we see grants happening for applications in Nov 18.

Good luck guys. Hope to see few grants today.
Yes, us. Applied for 309 in early August. RFI in November then haven’t heard anything since.


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Yes, us. Applied for 309 in early August. RFI in November then havenít heard anything since.
You might be next in line to receive the grant soon. Unless there are few other who have applied before you who we do not know.

Is your case completed or straightforward.

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Yes, us. Applied for 309 in early August. RFI in November then haven’t heard anything since.
You might be next in line to receive the grant soon. Unless there are few other who have applied before you who we do not know.

Is your case completed or straightforward.
It’s pretty straight forward. We also have a child together so I’m really hoping he gets the visa soon so we can all be together.


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Itís pretty straight forward. We also have a child together so Iím really hoping he gets the visa soon so we can all be together.
Well in that case, you should have received your grant by now.

Its very hard to understand how the process really works.

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It’s pretty straight forward. We also have a child together so I’m really hoping he gets the visa soon so we can all be together.
Well in that case, you should have received your grant by now.

Its very hard to understand how the process really works.
Sure is! Hopefully we will hear soon.


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Peter Dutton has cut down on the number of partner visas available and created a backlog of 80,000 applications, flouting the Migration Act. Former Immigration Department Deputy Secretary Abul Rizvi reports.

At end June 2018, the Coalition Government had allowed a backlog of over 80,000 "Partner visa" applications to build up. These are overseas-born people who are married to or intend to marry Australian citizens or permanent residents.

Rather than take steps to deal with the backlog, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton started to cut down on the number of partner places available, even though the law requires spouse visas be managed on a demand-driven basis. His successor, Immigration Minister David Coleman, has decided to continue the scandal.

By voting down amendments to s86 and s87 of the Migration Act (the capping powers), Parliament has twice (in 1989 and 1996-97) made it clear it expects visa applications for spouses of Australian citizens and permanent residents to be processed on a demand-driven basis.

Nevertheless, the Coalition Government has allowed a backlog of over 80,000 partner applications (that is, including fiancees) to develop. It has allocated only 39,799 places for partners in 2019-20 — the same as in 2017-18 This can only result in the backlog continuing to grow and the law continuing to be flouted.


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