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Old 09-05-2019, 12:19 PM
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I mean since the decision is made to be together. it took more than two years to arrange the marriage. But we got married and applied in February 2019. I live in lebanon now 6 months passed and still waiting. My agent told me that the average time is 9 months. Hope it won't take longer than that


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Exactly, am in that exact situation, I can’t do anything new, can’t make any decision, because once the visa comes you walk away from it all. It’s really frustrating, I wish there was like a fixed period for the visa to be approved would have been a lot easier.
I relate its been 3 years ago when me and my wife planned to get together. Since that time i am stuck in a lengthy waiting process. Unable to move or to do something. Just waiting its really frustrating.
You’ve been waiting for 3years?, where did you apply and which country are you from
I mean since the decision is made to be together. it took more than two years to arrange the marriage. But we got married and applied in February 2019. I live in lebanon now 6 months passed and still waiting. My agent told me that the average time is 9 months. Hope it won't take longer than that


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Exactly, am in that exact situation, I can’t do anything new, can’t make any decision, because once the visa comes you walk away from it all. It’s really frustrating, I wish there was like a fixed period for the visa to be approved would have been a lot easier.
I relate its been 3 years ago when me and my wife planned to get together. Since that time i am stuck in a lengthy waiting process. Unable to move or to do something. Just waiting its really frustrating.
You’ve been waiting for 3years?, where did you apply and which country are you from
I mean since the decision is made to be together. it took more than two years to arrange the marriage. But we got married and applied in February 2019. I live in lebanon now 6 months passed and still waiting. My agent told me that the average time is 9 months. Hope it won't take longer than that
I hope you get yours soon, have been waiting for 16 months now


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Exactly, am in that exact situation, I can’t do anything new, can’t make any decision, because once the visa comes you walk away from it all. It’s really frustrating, I wish there was like a fixed period for the visa to be approved would have been a lot easier.
I relate its been 3 years ago when me and my wife planned to get together. Since that time i am stuck in a lengthy waiting process. Unable to move or to do something. Just waiting its really frustrating.
You’ve been waiting for 3years?, where did you apply and which country are you from
I mean since the decision is made to be together. it took more than two years to arrange the marriage. But we got married and applied in February 2019. I live in lebanon now 6 months passed and still waiting. My agent told me that the average time is 9 months. Hope it won't take longer than that
I hope you get yours soon, have been waiting for 16 months now
Wich country?


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Exactly, am in that exact situation, I can’t do anything new, can’t make any decision, because once the visa comes you walk away from it all. It’s really frustrating, I wish there was like a fixed period for the visa to be approved would have been a lot easier.
I relate its been 3 years ago when me and my wife planned to get together. Since that time i am stuck in a lengthy waiting process. Unable to move or to do something. Just waiting its really frustrating.
You’ve been waiting for 3years?, where did you apply and which country are you from
I mean since the decision is made to be together. it took more than two years to arrange the marriage. But we got married and applied in February 2019. I live in lebanon now 6 months passed and still waiting. My agent told me that the average time is 9 months. Hope it won't take longer than that
I hope you get yours soon, have been waiting for 16 months now
Wich country?
I am from Nigeria, applied from South Africa


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yes my fiance applied for PMV jn Australia through a lawyer when i came back to Lebanon. and it is subclass 300. we got both phone call interview on the 11th of june and since then the lawyer didnt contact us until now when she asked for the individual census.
I am also from Australia and fiance is Syrian but applied through Beirut office. D.O.L December 2018 for PMV 300 and neither of us have been contacted yet for any reason.


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I was under the impression - 300 can only be applied offshore? Not sure how your lawyers applied for 300 from Australia? The difference with 309 & 300 is onshore and offshore respectively? The 300 is fiancÚ visa (temp) and 309 is first step to permanent visa ? So confusing!


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yes my fiance applied for PMV jn Australia through a lawyer when i came back to Lebanon. and it is subclass 300. we got both phone call interview on the 11th of june and since then the lawyer didnt contact us until now when she asked for the individual census.
I am also from Australia and fiance is Syrian but applied through Beirut office. D.O.L December 2018 for PMV 300 and neither of us have been contacted yet for any reason.


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FYI there has been an update for the processing times for 300 from JUne to July - 16 months is now showing for the July period.
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I was under the impression - 300 can only be applied offshore? Not sure how your lawyers applied for 300 from Australia? The difference with 309 & 300 is onshore and offshore respectively? The 300 is fiancÚ visa (temp) and 309 is first step to permanent visa ? So confusing!


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yes my fiance applied for PMV jn Australia through a lawyer when i came back to Lebanon. and it is subclass 300. we got both phone call interview on the 11th of june and since then the lawyer didnt contact us until now when she asked for the individual census.
I am also from Australia and fiance is Syrian but applied through Beirut office. D.O.L December 2018 for PMV 300 and neither of us have been contacted yet for any reason.
The applicant has to be offshore. So agents or partners in Australia can still Lodge it, it is still treated as a offshore application.
Also it's the 820/801 that are onshore applications. The 309/100 are offshore as well as the 300


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I don’t believe Beirut deals with South African applicants so this page may not be of any assistance to you, but always good to see how other offices are going I guess.


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Exactly, am in that exact situation, I can’t do anything new, can’t make any decision, because once the visa comes you walk away from it all. It’s really frustrating, I wish there was like a fixed period for the visa to be approved would have been a lot easier.
I relate its been 3 years ago when me and my wife planned to get together. Since that time i am stuck in a lengthy waiting process. Unable to move or to do something. Just waiting its really frustrating.
You’ve been waiting for 3years?, where did you apply and which country are you from
I mean since the decision is made to be together. it took more than two years to arrange the marriage. But we got married and applied in February 2019. I live in lebanon now 6 months passed and still waiting. My agent told me that the average time is 9 months. Hope it won't take longer than that
I hope you get yours soon, have been waiting for 16 months now
Wich country?
I am from Nigeria, applied from South Africa


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