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Old 10-11-2019, 12:21 PM
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Are you both Syrians?
I’m now worried coz my fiancé was born in Lebanon but his father put ‘syria’ on his birth certificate (as his from there). How my fiancé was born in Lebanon and never been to Syria. He applied using his Lebanese Passport however I am now worried that we may also be delayed because of this.


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Also waiting for 300 since December 2018 and neither of us have been interviewed yet.
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We're both from Pakistan. We're received 2 RFIs, but no interview yet, and no contact since April this year.


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Old 10-11-2019, 12:22 PM
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Just updating you guys I had phone call at this afternoon from aus embassy in Beirut asked me more quiz and end of our conversation i said when i get my grant and she said soon.
Awesome buddy. Sounds like you guys are almost there. Hang in there!


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Old 10-11-2019, 02:51 PM
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We’ve been married 2.5 years, have a one year old child. I’ve stayed with my partner for up to 3 months previously but never lived together as he’s from Iraq and it’s just too unstable there for me and our child to feel safe.
I've read on different forums that it really helps if the couple visits and stays with each other. I know it's not the easiest thing to do, but it does go a long way in proving a genuine relationship. Good luck to you both. I hope you guys gets yours soon.
Thanks Collabusta. We visit every 4-5 months and stay for 6 weeks at a time. I receive Centrelink benefits for my son and you’re not allowed to be out of the country for more than 6 weeks otherwise they will stop payments. You also have to be back in the country for almost 4 months before you can leave again. Therefore we’re doing the absolute best we can under the circumstances.


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Old 10-11-2019, 04:17 PM
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Thanks mate ,I wish everyone get they grant not just me no one here special ,And I’m sure it will be happen soon For everyone inshallah .


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Old 10-11-2019, 04:25 PM
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It’s very important to live together but in some case situation is different ,it’s all depends of your case officer .
Don’t worry coming soon


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Old 10-11-2019, 06:07 PM
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Hi guys
Application lodged PMV300
: 21 Dec 2018
RFI from Beirut office: 30 Sep 2019, (the immi status changed to initial assessment).
After providing the documents it changed to further assessment on the same day.
Granted today (11 October 2019)
No interview required.
Sponsor an Australian citizen
Applicant Iranian

Thanks for sharing information, you kept our hopes alive during the process
Cheers!


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Old 10-11-2019, 10:37 PM
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That’s good keep updating them don’t wait for them to ask you or request more info send as much as you can to make your application stronger and don’t forget 309 subclass is take abit longer than 300 because you may eligible to grant 100 subclass straightaway after 309 grant.


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Old 10-12-2019, 12:14 AM
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Hey Everyone, Me and my wife started living together from 27/5/2017.
Married 22/9/2017.

DOL :3/3/2019
Two weeks after I submitted biometrics and health assessment done.
Further assessment

Sponsor application lodged: 28/3/2019
Submitted
5 stat dec.
A lot of photos
My wife travelled to meet my family “ in jordan “ and her mom came to visit us in jordan too.
Everything uploaded and we have almost 99 documents on my application. From receipts to bank statements and car leases. also, visiting a lot of the archeological sites in jordan “ photos and tickets “.
I would say we are a genuine couple.

What puzzles me is that if you were married for two years and you have a child you suppose to grant your PR (100) after the (309) quickly at the same day.
In my case here we been married for two years now and we have a child “ mutual commitment “ ..

The Question is:
I’m I going to grant the PR straight away or I might be kicked out of this category “ 2 years + child = PR “ as I lodged my application when I was only married for 1 year and 6 months?

I granted a visitor visa 600
4/7/2019
At the moment I’m here in Australia with my girls. And we travelled together back to aus.
So now I’m 8m 12 days in.
And btw I’ve been checking comments here when the thread was 13 pages only.


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Old 10-12-2019, 12:27 AM
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No you are not going to get your Pr straightaway first you will grant 309 then maybe 10 minutes or six month or one year after grant your Pr depends of your case officer I’m living with my partner over 4 years I married three years ago I have 2 kids they born in Sydney with Australian birth certificate and passport and I’m living in Australia about 9 years and lodge my application jan 2019.


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Old 10-12-2019, 01:21 AM
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What puzzles me is that if you were married for two years and you have a child you suppose to grant your PR (100) after the (309) quickly at the same day.
In my case here we been married for two years now and we have a child “ mutual commitment “ ..

The Question is:
I’m I going to grant the PR straight away or I might be kicked out of this category “ 2 years + child = PR “ as I lodged my application when I was only married for 1 year and 6 months?
The 2 year+child rule normally applies at time of application.

I would assume a normal 309 application followed by the 100 application at 23/24 months after the 309 application date.

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When you lodged your application, if you had been with your partner for either:
3 years or more
2 years or more, and there is a dependent child from this relationship
We might grant you the permanent visa immediately after we grant the temporary 309 visa.
You say you started living together from 27/5/2017. The marriage date is irrelevant.
You applied 3/3/2019, just under the 2 years.

But, did you prove that your relationship was classed as committed, prior to 3/3/2017, in your application? If so, you may still have two years prior to application.

If you did, you may still be eligible for the 100 on the same day as the 309.
It is not vital that you are living together, for that commitment.


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