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Old 07-10-2019, 12:12 PM
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Hi AT 8/3

Sorry to hear about the bad news. Perhaps you should seek advice from a registered migration agent to see whether the case has grounds for an appeal/review?

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Yes, i will apply for review AAT. But the process is so long 18-24 months


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AT 8/3 what is your story, how long have you been with your partner? Where did you meet etc? If you don’t mind me asking


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AT 8/3 what is your story, how long have you been with your partner? Where did you meet etc? If you don’t mind me asking
I went to Vietnam with my friend who is my fiancÚ ‘s niece. I met him there for the first time. Before that, we have been chatting,talking on phone, facetime ..... almost every day for 1 year. Then 6 months later I decided to go back. We celebrated the engagement and lodged in our visa 300


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What's AAT stands for? Did you prepared & lodged the PMV application yourself or via a migration agent?

Were you interviewed by the CO prior to the decision outcome?

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What's AAT stands for? Did you prepared & lodged the PMV application yourself or via a migration agent?

Were you interviewed by the CO prior to the decision outcome?

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AAT: Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
The agent helped me to lodge application.
We have been waiting 11 weeks after my fiancÚ got the interview. Then they sent the refusal of visa letter


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I'm surprised to hear that only your fiance was interviewed as would have thought both parties would be interviewed prior to the final decision.

Hope you don't need to pay another hefty fees for the review process.

Best of luck!

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I'm surprised to hear that only your fiance was interviewed as would have thought both parties would be interviewed prior to the final decision.

Hope you don't need to pay another hefty fees for the review process.

Best of luck!

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I have to pay $1764 for AAT .
The lawyer’s fee from $5500- $7500 ( if I need help)


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Oh gosh so pricey 😞

Hope it will be a great outcome!

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I did my PMV from the UK in May 2018.
I applied for a subclass 600 tourist visa in August to sit out what I guessed would be a long wait. Arrived in Australia in September 2018. In October immigration asked me to leave the country and I got my PMV granted in November 2018. Just over 5 months.

My biggest two tips are front loading and frequent updating. Continue uploading evidence every 2-3 months. I did my medical and police checks before promoted and added them. Good luck and hopefully the wait will be over soon.

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I did my PMV from the UK in May 2018.
I applied for a subclass 600 tourist visa in August to sit out what I guessed would be a long wait. Arrived in Australia in September 2018. In October immigration asked me to leave the country and I got my PMV granted in November 2018. Just over 5 months.

My biggest two tips are front loading and frequent updating. Continue uploading evidence every 2-3 months. I did my medical and police checks before promoted and added them. Good luck and hopefully the wait will be over soon.
Our PMV might have been similar, except for not doing it fully front loaded. We did the NOIM later, 4 months after application, and our PMV took 4 months longer than yours.

22nd June 2015: PMV Application Online.
17th August 2015: Medical & Police checks finalised.
20th August 2015: 600 Application Online
24th September 2015: 600 Granted for full 12 months stay.
6th October 2015: Arrive in Australia on visitor visa

6th October 2016: Request for NOIM
17th October 2016: NOIM Submitted
16th Feb 2016: Notification to leave Australia for 300 visa finalisation.
14th March 2016: PMV Granted.
8.9 Months processing time for subclass 300

I agree with you on the tips for front loading and frequent updating.


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