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View Poll Results: Applied for PMV 300
after lockdown and waiting 5 10.00%
before lockdown and waiting 36 72.00%
after lockdown and got PMV 300 visa 0 0%
before lockdown and got PMV 300 visa 9 18.00%
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Old 06-09-2020, 02:00 PM
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Seems like we're in same situation...do you have biometrics or medicals assigned?
sorry for the late reply, but NO biometrics or medicals assigned


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Unhappy What you think guys?

we did apply 02/02/20 - our wedding planned with the marriage celebrant on the 30/05/2020 with passed already. Do I need to ask for new Cert dated with further day later this year and resubmit to Immi or just wait and do nothing about it till immi contacts us !


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we did apply 02/02/20 - our wedding planned with the marriage celebrant on the 30/05/2020 with passed already. Do I need to ask for new Cert dated with further day later this year and resubmit to Immi or just wait and do nothing about it till immi contacts us !
get a new one and make sure every thing is ready and updated ,so that when they finally look at your application,you won't have to wait again .
good luck!


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we did apply 02/02/20 - our wedding planned with the marriage celebrant on the 30/05/2020 with passed already. Do I need to ask for new Cert dated with further day later this year and resubmit to Immi or just wait and do nothing about it till immi contacts us !
My understanding is that a NOITM is good for 18 months, so no need for another one yet.

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Hello Guys,

Any idea what’s the timeframe for approving exemption to depart for Australian partner to depart Australia?
I was going to go back to see her back in March but all fell apart due to virus, now I want to apply to depart. We have been waiting for 12 months now...


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Hello Guys,

Any idea what’s the timeframe for approving exemption to depart for Australian partner to depart Australia?
I was going to go back to see her back in March but all fell apart due to virus, now I want to apply to depart. We have been waiting for 12 months now...
I presume you are a Citizen? If that's the case you will need a good reason, just wanting to go may not be sufficient.
I have a friend who wished to go to a wedding overseas and was refused. It took about a week for the refusal.
Here is a link to the Departmental Page
https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/leaving

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Hello Guys,

Any idea what’s the timeframe for approving exemption to depart for Australian partner to depart Australia?
I was going to go back to see her back in March but all fell apart due to virus, now I want to apply to depart. We have been waiting for 12 months now...
Thanks mate. Sounds like jumping over Berlin wall

I presume you are a Citizen? If that's the case you will need a good reason, just wanting to go may not be sufficient.
I have a friend who wished to go to a wedding overseas and was refused. It took about a week for the refusal.
Here is a link to the Departmental Page
https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/leaving

Thanks mate, I haven’t received anything from them after a week(considering Monday was public holiday in ACT for border force). No wedding for me. 4 months of Isolation is driving me crazy!


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Hello Guys,

Any idea what’s the timeframe for approving exemption to depart for Australian partner to depart Australia?
I was going to go back to see her back in March but all fell apart due to virus, now I want to apply to depart. We have been waiting for 12 months now...
Some exemptions are done pretty fast, probably depending on the reason.

Some official statements have mentioned no international travel until 2021, without an exemption.

However, even with an exemption, you might be faced with 14 days quarantine wherever you go, and another 14 or 28 days when you return to Australia. And that might be expensive.

The NT were charging $2,500 per person for quarantine costs. Although that might be ending soon



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We need to lobby the government to lift the travel ban on PMV so that they can continue processing our visa. Otherwise, we get left behind and it is not fair on us.

I have tried contacting the below people via their website and will continue. I think the more people that contact them, the higher the chance of them considering this topic.

Your local MP, Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Acting Minister for Immigration Alan Tudge, Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs Jason Wood, Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston, Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton and the Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.

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Hello Guys,

Any idea what’s the timeframe for approving exemption to depart for Australian partner to depart Australia?
I was going to go back to see her back in March but all fell apart due to virus, now I want to apply to depart. We have been waiting for 12 months now...
Some exemptions are done pretty fast, probably depending on the reason.

Some official statements have mentioned no international travel until 2021, without an exemption.

However, even with an exemption, you might be faced with 14 days quarantine wherever you go, and another 14 or 28 days when you return to Australia. And that might be expensive.

The NT were charging $2,500 per person for quarantine costs. Although that might be ending soon


I sent an email to my MP last night. International students can come in. 309 visas can enter. Protesters can protests. We know virus can’t be eliminated without the vaccine for a while and we need to Manage it safely at Macro level for a while. However, 300 visa gets second class citizen treatment. They don’t know the reason we went with 300 visa was due to the fact we were working hard and didn’t have chance to take time off to spend time with each other like people on the dol who are now want everything to be shut so they stay on the dol!


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