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Old 07-13-2019, 07:50 AM
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Lodged December 2017. Asked for additional documents twice (July and February)

Status; Waiting for 17 months already.
Looks like you will be receiving your grant sooooon! Lets cross our fingers.


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Do we have to submit the birth certificate and cenomar from PSA direct to Australian Embassy even without CO's advise?
Yes, you should do that straight away,.

The only 300 grant I have seen from the Philippines recently took 2.5 months.

Ours was 8.9 months, but in 2016, and we delayed it by not submitting the NOIM with the application.


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Is it the TRN that we need to type in File Reference Number?


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Is it the TRN that we need to type in File Reference Number?
for PSA Birth Cert and Cenomar to Australian Embassy.


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Yes, you should do that straight away,.

The only 300 grant I have seen from the Philippines recently took 2.5 months.

Ours was 8.9 months, but in 2016, and we delayed it by not submitting the NOIM with the application.
Nice. Thanks


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Old 07-13-2019, 04:35 PM
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Hi, guys I would like to share you the good news.

Finally, after 18 months of waiting my PMV was finalised last July 2, 2019.

Timeframe:

Lodged: December 17, 2017
S56 request: July 9, 2018 and February 1, 2019
Granted: July 2, 2019

My advice for those who are still waiting, to make sure that you provide everything on the checklist so that when they look at your application they can approve your visa straight away. Waiting for them to request you additional documents would make you wait longer. Lesson learned.

Thank you to those who helped me. See you on the next step Partner Visa 820/801.


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Old 07-14-2019, 08:29 AM
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Hi, guys I would like to share you the good news.

Finally, after 18 months of waiting my PMV was finalised last July 2, 2019.

Timeframe:

Lodged: December 17, 2017
S56 request: July 9, 2018 and February 1, 2019
Granted: July 2, 2019

My advice for those who are still waiting, to make sure that you provide everything on the checklist so that when they look at your application they can approve your visa straight away. Waiting for them to request you additional documents would make you wait longer. Lesson learned.

Thank you to those who helped me. See you on the next step Partner Visa 820/801.
Congratulations! See, you were granted this July. Lucky you! 😁


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Thank you! Yes, finally after all ☺️


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Thank you! Yes, finally after all ☺️
hello mauibaby.did you apply from philippines? whats
is s56 requirements? is that how Immi call it which regards to psa requirements?


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is s56 requirements? is that how Immi call it which regards to psa requirements?
SECT 56 is just a request for Further information.

It could be anything.

It would include the PSA documents, but it is best to do those before being asked. It speeds up the overall process if you do those as soon as you can after the application.


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