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after lockdown and waiting 3 8.33%
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Old 04-29-2020, 05:17 PM
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That's interesting! cause interview is usually for both to match their answers.
Are there any specific questions were asked that you can share with us?

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The interview was only for my fiance (the applicant) and took around 15-20 minutes. Questions were mainly about him personally and his life/history and only some questions about our relationship.


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That's interesting! cause interview is usually for both to match their answers.
Are there any specific questions were asked that you can share with us?
Interviews are probably determined by specific issues, as not everyone is interviewed.

My guess is that the questions asked will vary based on the reason for deciding to interview.

Consequently one or both might be interviewed, or of course, neither.

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Old 04-29-2020, 11:20 PM
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I know this is a thread for 300, but has it been confirmed that they are still processing 309/100 visas?


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I know this is a thread for 300, but has it been confirmed that they are still processing 309/100 visas?
They are still processing


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Hi we applied mid April 2020. My fiance is from Nigeria. He was asked to do his biometrics but of course everything is on lockdown. Hoping he can do it soon. We know we have a long wait ahead of us and we loaded lots of evidence and information so hoping that speeds it up a little lol


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What a time!

Hi everyone!

We are in an interesting situation. I am extremely grateful for being in it.

We applied via an agent in Sydney and front loaded everything including medical and police/fbi checks. I am from US and he is a PR here applying for his citizenship. We applied 11/11/19. They asked us for a few pieces of paperwork on 2/14/19.

I flew into Sydney on 3/13 right before the lockdown and currently here until flights open up again. However, my main concern is not knowing when I will be back or he will be able to visit after I leave. Who knows how long international travel could be difficult.

Going to speak with our agent this week and see which avenues we can take while dealing with COVID. Will keep you guys posted. Fingers crossed they are reviewing many applications and will push go on a huge amount of them once things are running again.

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Hello guys im from philippines and apply my pmv APRIL 2019 still waiting my status still RECIEVED


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Applied in July 2019 and front loaded everything. Have not received instruction to do medical exam yet.

I have a visitor visa which will expire by end of 2020, so will be using that to visit my fiance in Oz for now (when the borders open, of course), while waiting for the PMV approval..

Will definitely initiate in taking my medical exam once the restrictions ease - it's flagged in my immi account since September 2019. But since we we're not contacted to do medical we had to wait, until I read in HA website that if there is a flag then it is required to be completed.

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Applied in July 2019 and front loaded everything. Have not received instruction to do medical exam yet.

I have a visitor visa which will expire by end of 2020, so will be using that to visit my fiance in Oz for now (when the borders open, of course), while waiting for the PMV approval..

Will definitely initiate in taking my medical exam once the restrictions ease - it's flagged in my immi account since September 2019. But since we we're not contacted to do medical we had to wait, until I read in HA website that if there is a flag then it is required to be completed.
Yes the flag indicates that you have to do the medicals. We applied in july 2019 as well and did medicals in September.


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Applied in July 2019 and front loaded everything. Have not received instruction to do medical exam yet.

I have a visitor visa which will expire by end of 2020, so will be using that to visit my fiance in Oz for now (when the borders open, of course), while waiting for the PMV approval..

Will definitely initiate in taking my medical exam once the restrictions ease - it's flagged in my immi account since September 2019. But since we we're not contacted to do medical we had to wait, until I read in HA website that if there is a flag then it is required to be completed.
You do not need to wait to do the Medical. You can do it as soon as you apply for the visa, if you want to. Many people do choose to wait a few months though.

A 300 visa applicant, with a 600 visa, can apply to travel. Depending on your relationship proofs, you may, or may not, be approved.

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