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Old 09-25-2019, 06:38 PM
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Hi, i wish to ask this question. My current job situation has changed, how do i update the work experience section of my form 80 for partner visa. I have already submitted it by the way, but i want to know how to update that now
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Congrats once again Rebbekka, am really happy for you, 😄

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Old 09-25-2019, 10:16 PM
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Hi Rocky747
Once you login to immi account, you can select the update details on the application and select the notification of change of circumstances to update your new job information


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Once you login to immi account, you can select the update details on the application and select the notification of change of circumstances to update your new job information

Awesome, thanks

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Old 09-26-2019, 02:55 PM
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Hey Wanjeri. Any news about your visa since submitting documents?
No news yet. I was a month after Rebeka in that she applied Aug. and I Sept. After submitting all docs I was informed that I'd be informed of anything in the near or distant future. 15 to 20 months. I posted the actual email details incase they are of help. 😭 Also they mentioned that medicals are extended for 6 months and police certificate for 3 months.

Hongera Rebeka!!! Enjoy the nice weather in Ke before you have to go back. If there's anything I'm already mourning, it's the great weather 12-26(30) degree weather all year round in this here Nairobi. And sun set n sunrise 6:30-ish all year round 😂. Rebeka, how much time do they give you to go to Aussie?

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We applied for a partner visa through Pretoria almost 3 years ago and I would visit all the African embassy forums to get a general view of how they were approving. To me it seemed like they kind of all approved at the same rate and not much has changed.

Ours was approved after around 14 months. We had children together so we had 309 and 100 approved at once so I think those who have kids might fall in the same boat.
We didn't hear anything for months and when we messaged before the 12 month time frame all they would say was you are still with global processing times. At the Global processing had passed all the case officer did was ask for updated police check and after we uploaded it not even a week had passed and we had our approval.

We didn't get interviewed. Hoping you get your grants soon.

Oh forgot to add we were uploading photos of visits and major family events after the application.


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Old 09-27-2019, 10:13 PM
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Thanks Mart19 for your kind wishes and hoping you are enjoying life in Australia. It is quite journey waiting for the 309 filled with anxiety and frustrations and it's really uplifting to hear that others have been through the same and its just not only us.
It seems like other offices do grant visa within a reasonable short post RFI which seems to be longer with the Nairobi office. It's been more than four weeks since we submitted the requested information for hubby- and it's still queit.
And that's when the anxiety kicks in lol


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*meant short time


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I'm happy to report that the first part of the visa has been granted!! Whoop whooop!!! 🏾🏾. Applied Sept 5th 2018, RFI was 30th May. Submitted all sometime in August. (Had to source police certificate from PNG. That took forever). Grant 1st October 2019.

I haven't seen the grant letter yet. But on immi it reads finalized and under my name it reads granted. The details are on vevo and the good news is that I have still October 2020 to check in!!

Hang in there and you'll get to the end soon.

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I'm happy to report that the first part of the visa has been granted!! Whoop whooop!!! 🏾🏾. Applied Sept 5th 2018, RFI was 30th May. Submitted all sometime in August. (Had to source police certificate from PNG. That took forever). Grant 1st October 2019.

I haven't seen the grant letter yet. But on immi it reads finalized and under my name it reads granted. The details are on vevo and the good news is that I have still October 2020 to check in!!

Hang in there and you'll get to the end soon.
Finally, yay congrates

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