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View Poll Results: Applied for PMV 300
after lockdown and waiting 4 9.09%
before lockdown and waiting 32 72.73%
after lockdown and got PMV 300 visa 0 0%
before lockdown and got PMV 300 visa 8 18.18%
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Old 06-30-2020, 04:48 PM
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There was a PMV 300 grant in facebook group yesterday

In a few days there will be another one and that's mine , haha

Stay positive beautiful people

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Can you share the facebook group please


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Can you share the facebook group please
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1890549531157182/


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I had my medical done in sep 2019. They didnít ask for the biometrics.
May be it sounds stupid question but, what is the difference between biometrics and medical ?


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May be it sounds stupid question but, what is the difference between biometrics and medical ?
Biometrics for an Australian visa include:
  • A photo of your face with a digital camera.
  • A scan all 10 of your fingertips with a digital finger scanner

I am not sure if every applicant needs to do this.

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Biometrics for an Australian visa include:
  • A photo of your face with a digital camera.
  • A scan all 10 of your fingertips with a digital finger scanner

I am not sure if every applicant needs to do this.
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Hello!

My partner and I have been together for a year and 3 months. He is Venezuelan living in the USA and I am in Australia. I have made 4 trips during this time totaling 3 months physically together. We are engaged and applied for the PMV subclass 300 in mid February 2020. We are still awaiting this to be processed. We were last together on the 20th of March 2020.

Even when the application is approved, as the visa is classified as 'temporary' he would not be able to enter the country.

I have been rejected for an exception to travel and have sent another one through. My evidence was the visa application submission, 2 months of updates, support letter from psychologist.

Really starting to feel it now. Not sure how much more anxiety I can take..


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I have been rejected for an exception to travel and have sent another one through. My evidence was the visa application submission, 2 months of updates, support letter from psychologist.

Really starting to feel it now. Not sure how much more anxiety I can take..
Some people get granted on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th exemption application.

However, with the situation in Australia now, and so few people being allowed to enter, even with exemptions, it seems patience is needed until Covid-19 is resolved in some way.

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Some people get granted on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th exemption application.

However, with the situation in Australia now, and so few people being allowed to enter, even with exemptions, it seems patience is needed until Covid-19 is resolved in some way.
I'm Australian, I'm seeking to leave my own country and travel to the USA. I hear a lot about multiple attempts so I will continue to do that. It's the only thing that gives me any hope..


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I'm Australian, I'm seeking to leave my own country and travel to the USA. I hear a lot about multiple attempts so I will continue to do that. It's the only thing that gives me any hope..
I see. You need the exemption to leave Australia.

You might then face an issue of being unable to return. And even if you do, with more states discussing charging for the 14 day quarantine, the cost might mount up.

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