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Got the golden phone call from the lawyer this morning.

Applied November 23rd
Medical Feb 14
Sponsor interview and rfi May 14
Visa 309 granted Sept 11

Absolutely over the moon. It looks like things from Beirut are moving again.
Thanks to everyone on this page for your kindness and support during the last 9.5 months.
Hope you all hear some Positive news soon! X
Gograts!! Did you get interviewed or only the sponsor who had interview?
Thank you. Only I was interviewed (sponsor). They didn’t call my fiancÚ.


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So you got granted 309 marriage visa even though you are engaged?


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So you got granted 309 marriage visa even though you are engaged?
There is no marriage visa, there's the partner visa where you can be defacto or married or engage.


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So you got granted 309 marriage visa even though you are engaged?
There is no marriage visa, there's the partner visa where you can be defacto or married or engage.

So what’s the difference between visa subclass 300 and visa 309?


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I did some research and I wasn’t incorrect

“The subclass 300 visa, also commonly known as a fiancÚ visa, is a temporary visa which, if granted, will allow you to travel to Australia to marry your partner within the 9-month visa period”

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“The Partner (Provisional and Migrant visa) (subclass 309 and 100) allows those individuals to live in Australia who are a spouse or de facto partner of an either Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.”


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So you got granted 309 marriage visa even though you are engaged?
There is no marriage visa, there's the partner visa where you can be defacto or married or engage.

So what’s the difference between visa subclass 300 and visa 309?
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I did some research and I wasn’t incorrect

“The subclass 300 visa, also commonly known as a fiancÚ visa, is a temporary visa which, if granted, will allow you to travel to Australia to marry your partner within the 9-month visa period”

where as

“The Partner (Provisional and Migrant visa) (subclass 309 and 100) allows those individuals to live in Australia who are a spouse or de facto partner of an either Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.”
The difference is how much evidence you have and how long you've been together.
You can be in a relationship for 8 years and be engaged and you would apply for the 309 rather than the 300.
The 300 is more if your relationship is early and light on in evidence and you can't meet the criteria for the 309/100


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So you got granted 309 marriage visa even though you are engaged?
There is no marriage visa, there's the partner visa where you can be defacto or married or engage.

So what’s the difference between visa subclass 300 and visa 309?
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I did some research and I wasn’t incorrect

“The subclass 300 visa, also commonly known as a fiancÚ visa, is a temporary visa which, if granted, will allow you to travel to Australia to marry your partner within the 9-month visa period”

where as

“The Partner (Provisional and Migrant visa) (subclass 309 and 100) allows those individuals to live in Australia who are a spouse or de facto partner of an either Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.”
The difference is how much evidence you have and how long you've been together.
You can be in a relationship for 8 years and be engaged and you would apply for the 309 rather than the 300.
The 300 is more if your relationship is early and light on in evidence and you can't meet the criteria for the 309/100


Thanks for that clarification I didn’t think it was a choice more so it depended if you were married or not.


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So you got granted 309 marriage visa even though you are engaged?
Yes. That is correct because we registered our relationship as a de-facto relationship (even though we were living a part) before we applied for the visa. So they recognized us a a de facto couple. We’ve also been together for almost 4 years.


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Hi everyone

Just wondering if anyone has gotten any Visa grants for a 309 that is from Syria?
Would Love to hear your timeframe as there isn't many discussions about Syrian applicants.

I have been married for almost 1 year now and we are living together in Syria till my wife's Visa is granted. I put an agent to do all our paper's and we sent pretty much all documents the agent asked. We even did the medical for her even when they didn't request it. The agent asked me to send every document in one go. I even sent them proof of a rental application that we are living together in the same appartment and signed by the mayor of province Tartus

We applied start of Jan 2019 and been now waiting a bit over 8 months, and no contact, email, interview, nothing! Don't even know if their looking at our application yet

The Agent told me that the last Syrian female application he did took 9 months for a Visa grant. Could it be that because we are living together is why it's taking longer? Could it be because they wan't to focus on the people that are not living together yet so they don't end the relationship where the people living together takes longer because they see they are already together? I know also it's a High Risk Country, but so are so many other countries which have been getting their Visa within 9-12 month frame.
I don't really wan't to cross the 1 year mark only because so we don't have to do the medical exam again as it is a 4 hour drive to Damascus. But not only that, just more for safety concerns as there have been increased activity of Israel strikes around Damascus
Yes. My fiance is Syrian and we are still waiting for his PMV 300 grant. Applied in December 2018 and still neither of us have been contacted.
Did you apply through an Agent? And have you done the medical exam? If yes, did u do it on their request?


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