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Old 02-19-2016, 12:30 AM
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Hi Segun

Thanks for your email. I also want to contact Mr. Peter. Please let me know how I can contact MP.

Kindly share on which email id you contacted them.

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I email the minister thought it web page and go to contact there will be an Online form for contacting the minister asking for ur info also message then send it.


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Dear Mr Daniel

Please find attached a response to your email of 4 January 2016 to the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, the Hon Peter Dutton MP.

Yours sincerely,

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

*Please do not reply to this email as no further response will be provided*

From : [email protected]




I hope it's helps
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The minister forwards the complaint to the relevant department (in your case DIBP) then that department replies on his behalf. Therefore you will get exactly the same answer as what DIBP will give you if you complain directly to DIBP.

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it seems that the reply is the same as what the DIBP responds back to those who are waiting longer than expected. At the moment, we have no idea how they choose who goes first and who is last on the queue. But glad to see people waiting more than 9 months are getting approved. Its so hard and tiring to check from time to time email. For me, I would just enjoy being with hubby, the most important thing is we are together. It is just sad that some people wouldnt get a job with an
820 visa. I am just lucky I have a job which diverts me from thinking of when would my D Day come Let us be positive.

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Congratulations to everyone that got accepted. About to pass the two month mark and still awhile to go.

Can get stressful not knowing and just wondering.

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The minister forwards the complaint to the relevant department (in your case DIBP) then that department replies on his behalf. Therefore you will get exactly the same answer as what DIBP will give you if you complain directly to DIBP.
Hopefully, it's the Minister himself that forwards and not his secretary. And it was the Director (Partner Migration), the head of that department that replies on his behalf. Again, hopefully it was the Director and not his secretary. If so, perhaps these emails goes a long way to create awareness at the higher ups. Sometimes I get a feeling some of them are living in their ivory towers and not aware of what's happening to common folks like us.

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it seems that the reply is the same as what the DIBP responds back to those who are waiting longer than expected. At the moment, we have no idea how they choose who goes first and who is last on the queue. But glad to see people waiting more than 9 months are getting approved. Its so hard and tiring to check from time to time email. For me, I would just enjoy being with hubby, the most important thing is we are together. It is just sad that some people wouldnt get a job with an
820 visa. I am just lucky I have a job which diverts me from thinking of when would my D Day come Let us be positive.
Great attitude to have!!

Having a job sure does keep you busy.

At the end of the day it will come when the time is right and no amount of worrying will change it.


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thanks Mish ��

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Old 02-20-2016, 08:22 AM
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Hi Guys

Please remember that even if you are not very active on this forum/thread and have your details in the spreadsheet to update the details in the spreadsheet (even if you don't want to update this thread) when you receive your decision.

This helps other people waiting to get an idea of waiting times.

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Hi everyone,

As I'm preparing to apply for the permanent partner visa that is due next month, I have a question regarding the police check.

My husband and I lived overseas for nearly 11 months since the grant of my temporary visa before we moved into a new country (where we currently live). According to DIAC rules, I don't have to submit a police check for any country that I lived less than 12 months. But I'm worried that they might ask for it, since it's 11 months - closer to 12 months than say... 8 or 9 months (I hope you get what I mean!). If they ask for the police check from that country, I will have to apply for it in person (means fly back there and submit all papers) because there is no online application or anything.

I'm thinking of a few options here:
1. Take a risk. Just submit the application without the police check, and see what they ask.
2. Not provide the police check but write a statutory declaration, explaining the difficulties in getting one if it's really necessary.
3. Try to ring the office overseas and see if there is any way I can do it from here, and delay the permanent visa submission for a while.

I would like to hear your advices please!!! Oh and by the way, there is no dependent child as part of the application, only me.

Thank you so much!!!


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I would submit without it because you are mot required to have one unless 12 months or more so they shouldn't ask for one. If they do you can always ask them why because your understanding is that it is 12 months or more.

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