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Old 08-24-2019, 06:57 AM
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Any news for your visas. Approvals or what not? Make sure ur annoying them if u havent heard anything.


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Heya guys just got approved!!! I am still in shock my fiance and i had a good cry but its over. Want to thank you all for suport and help. Highly suggest to contact ur local member.

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Great news!!! Congratulations sillysal7


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Heya guys just got approved!!! I am still in shock my fiance and i had a good cry but its over. Want to thank you all for suport and help. Highly suggest to contact ur local member.
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@sillysal7 congratulations just about to do my medical on Tuesday too wish I get mine next


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Hello Sillysal7, how are you doing? Just want to know how u did your medical. And if you were given a new HAP 🆔 or u use d old one?
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It is a puzzle to me why you have not heard in 16 months, it is the kind of treatment you get in a dictatorship.But it is probably more neglect, ignorance and bureaucracy in Australa and the complacancy of Australian Sponsors not to get together and have things changed in a democratic way (provided Australia's democracy is so far advanced to take influence. ). I think that Australians (and visa sponsors) are already used to being abused by government and that is a dangerous situation to any democracy. ). I think that Australians (and visa sponsors) are already used to being abused by government and that is a dangerous situation to any democracy.
Unfortunately, the Australian people voted this Liberal/National regime in. A Labour government would have been more sympathetic towards family and partners.

See this interesting article:
https://johnmenadue.com/abul-rizvi-p...utton-scandal/

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I have stated many times before that politicians are only ever interested in getting elected enough times to get their pension. That means that they will do whatever it needs to win the vote of the electorate. While we have a vested interest in immigration outcomes, never think everyone thinks the same way, the current mood of the electorate towards migration is ambivalent at best, if not outright hostile towards migration. A lot of electors(tax payers), know nothing about immigration, they couldn't care if the visa process cost $100,000 and took 10 years to process. It is a sad fact of life that there are just not enough votes in supporting positive changes in migration.

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