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Old 10-12-2019, 04:20 AM
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So do you think I didn’t proof we lived together from 25/5/2017 till we got married ? We got married on the 22/9 .. and we have a lot of proof for the visa .. before marriage and after .. and I keep uploading documents every month


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So do you think I didnít proof we lived together from 25/5/2017 till we got married ? We got married on the 22/9 .. and we have a lot of proof for the visa .. before marriage and after .. and I keep uploading documents every month
To be in the two year time limit that you mention, at time of application, you needed committed relationship proof from 3/3/2017. Otherwise the normal wait for the 100 will apply.

From what you have said your relationship covers from 27/5/2017 to the application date of 3/3/19. Just over 21 months. Not quite the 2 years.

The question is; did you provide relationship proof for the period 3/3/17 to 27/5/17? In other words can you stretch it to cover a full two year period before 3/3/19.


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Old 10-12-2019, 05:07 AM
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Got you now ... even I saw several couples getting PR after 309 same day been living together less than two years and they have a child.
That’s why I assumed I might get PR 100 straight away after 309. I got your point and thanks 🙂


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Old 10-12-2019, 08:03 AM
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Congratulations. Happy for you. I also happened to apply on the 21st December 2018 through Beirut office but have not been interviewed yet nor been requested for more information. You really have given me hope though. Maybe my fiance’s grant is not too far behind. 🙏


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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 10-12-2019, 08:20 AM
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It’s happened to my mate in only two hours after 309 subclass.


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Old 10-12-2019, 07:53 PM
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Thanks Collabusta. We visit every 4-5 months and stay for 6 weeks at a time. I receive Centrelink benefits for my son and youíre 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 weíre doing the absolute best we can under the circumstances.

Wow that is tough and it does sound like you guys are doing the best you can. Hang in there. I reckon you're going to get your 309 followed by the 100.


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Old 10-12-2019, 07:55 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!
Excellent. Many congrats to you and your family. Stay Blessed, and remember the rest of us in your prayers!


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Old 10-12-2019, 07:59 PM
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Thatís good keep updating them donít wait for them to ask you or request more info send as much as you can to make your application stronger and donít forget 309 subclass is take abit longer than 300 because you may eligible to grant 100 subclass straightaway after 309 grant.
Yes, you're right. Also, I feel that perhaps both of us living outside of Australia, and me (sponsor) having spent only 1 year in Australia may (possibly) give them the impression that we aren't too serious or perhaps in a hurry to move just yet, which is most definitely not the case.


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Old 10-12-2019, 08:33 PM
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Yes living together very important .


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Old 10-13-2019, 01:38 AM
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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.

Wow that is tough and it does sound like you guys are doing the best you can. Hang in there. I reckon you're going to get your 309 followed by the 100.
Yes it’s not easy, however the visa guidelines state that as long as you have a justifiable reason for not being able to live together and can provide evidence that you are in constant contact and see each other when you can then you will still be assessed as having a relationship that is ‘continuous and ongoing’.
There is certainly no rhyme or reason as to why some people get their visas quickly where as others take a very long time.


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