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Old 10-24-2013, 02:46 PM
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And for the time that the visa is being processed, he must remain in Indonesia or is there another visa we could get for him to come just while the visa is being processed.. it takes two to plan a wedding


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Believe me, I understand! My fiance and I are planning our wedding on separate continents as well. I get it.

You can apply for a tourist visa, as I said (I think you were typing at the same time I was posting this time. ). If they grant it, he can spend at least a few months with you while you wait. Might not be the whole time. You'll just need to notify immigration when he's going to be onshore, so they can let you know if they're ready to grant it while he's there. He'll have to get offshore then.

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Meaghan, you and Gede have a beautiful story but from what I have read, you will need to go down the path of a subclass 300 prospective marriage visa. You don't have to prove you've lived together, you just have to prove that you have at least met once or twice and that you're serious. It's way easier than the 309 pathway.

As long as you aren't married yet! Which I don't think you are..

My wife is from Indonesia (Surabaya) and I flew quite a few times to Bali and she flew to meet me there, as well as she came to Perth once before we even thought of the whole visa thing. Feel free to send me a message or reply on the forum and if I can help you out I will.

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Old 10-25-2013, 03:07 AM
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Hey guys
Thanks for your feedback!
Just a quick question again ahhaa
The visa says that we have to have met since turning 18, which im not turning 18 until the 9th of November but I don't see him until the 22nd of December, do you think it would be an issue if I submitted the application before the 22nd of December with immigration knowing that we will meet on the 22nd of December?
Also, does anyone know a good case manager? and where? im in Perth


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Yes, I do think it would be a problem. You need to have met past the age of 18 before you apply. Mark Northam on this forum is an excellent migration agent. You can message him here (username: MarkNortham) or go to his website (mnvisa.com). There are also other agents who have begun posting here who seem to regularly give good advice as well.

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ok thank you very much I will get in contact with him. I think he has posted here before or on a previous forum for me

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