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Old 01-08-2020, 02:48 AM
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309/100 offshore but wait in Aus

Dear all

I lodged my 309 application in mid-November 2019, my husband and I have been lived together with my husband for more than 3 years (defacto & marriage in total). I am currently in Australia on a bridging visa which was linked to my previous visa application (unfortunately it's being appeal atm). I lodged my partner visa offshore because of I do not have a 'substantive visa' therefore were not allowed to lodged an onshore application.

I am living and working in Australia now, and waiting to hear from my 309 application. I have a migration agent assisted with this application.

Anyone has the similar situation who lodged offshore partner visa but come back and remain in Australia on a bridging visa while waiting?

I am also not sure if I need to get my police check & medical organised, however, my agent suggested it's not worthy to do them now I should wait for a while..

appreciate for any info.


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Old 01-10-2020, 07:01 AM
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Confer with your agent.
thank you, agent provided lots of useful advices. I am just wondering if anyone from this forum has the similar situation?


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Old 01-10-2020, 08:42 AM
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I am also not sure if I need to get my police check & medical organised, however, my agent suggested it's not worthy to do them now I should wait for a while..

appreciate for any info.
You will need to get them done at some stage.

Some people do them early, and hope they get the grant before they expire. (We did them 4 weeks after application). Others wait until they get asked for them. Some get asked quickly others wait a year or so.

It really depends how fast the average visa is for your country.

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