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after lockdown and waiting 4 8.70%
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:36 AM
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I found this on Instagram page of one of Australian embassies. Fyi
That's for Student Visas, very different to the subclass 300 Prospective Marriage visa.

But we are talking about same pandemic and same border.


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But we are talking about same pandemic and same border.
And how it affects the visa applicants in this thread who are engaged to be married to an Australian citizen or permanent resident, and have different requirements to student visa holders. They do not come under the same conditions as a student visa applicant.

They already have the ability to apply for a travel exemption, if their grounds are considered suitable.

Your information for student visa applications might be best added on to one of the threads for Student visas. It could be of great assistance to them.

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But we are talking about same pandemic and same border.
And how it affects the visa applicants in this thread who are engaged to be married to an Australian citizen or permanent resident, and have different requirements to student visa holders. They do not come under the same conditions as a student visa applicant.

They already have the ability to apply for a travel exemption, if their grounds are considered suitable.

Your information for student visa applications might be best added on to one of the threads for Student visas. It could be of great assistance to them.

This is PMV related for you and all lovely people here.
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Hi all, check out this recent grant on PMV FB Page.
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Hi all, check out this recent grant on PMV FB Page.
Sounds like it was granted some time ago not recently....


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Sorry guys, he was granted last year when I go to his actual profile.
Latest grants say 1 last month from london.


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There was a PMV grant in June 2020, applied for in December 2019.

This was their wording:
30th June 2020 at 7:39 pm Edit
Subclass 300 Visa/PMV Approved 29th June 2020.

It was approved after they applied for a travel ban exemption in May 2020.

The couple had known each other for over 2 years though.

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There was a PMV grant in June 2020, applied for in December 2019.

This was their wording:
30th June 2020 at 7:39 pm Edit
Subclass 300 Visa/PMV Approved 29th June 2020.

It was approved after they applied for a travel ban exemption in May 2020.

The couple had known each other for over 2 years though.
I mean these guys. But they applied visitor visa first and then PMV granted!
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I mean these guys. But they applied visitor visa first and then PMV granted!
That looks like the same one.

They already had a valid eVisitor 651 visa, from the Nov/Dec 2019 trip, and had actually been living in Australia for a year or so even before that.

The exemption was granted 24hrs after submitting the request. The PMV300 was granted on 29th June, about 6 weeks after getting the exemption, and they left for Australia on 8th July.

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