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Old 12-21-2012, 07:03 AM
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Hi

My husband entered Australia on a PMV, we waited 10 months for this visa. We got married in October and applied for Temporary/Permant residency in November. We expected he would be on a Bridging visa anywhere between 10-12 months however he was granted temporary residency straight away. Amazing result after our first experience!!

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The 2nd stage process can also be case by case. My wife and I had moved to Japan from Singapore when my 2nd stage was due. It only took 1 1/2 months before I received the notice of my pernanent visa.

Once I submitted the necessary forms that was it, no one bothered us with any questions.

It was issued to me within 1 1/2 month in Japan. We started in Singapore and asked for our case to be transfered to Japan.


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I did the second stage 8 years ago (ok so a little bit outdated but it won't hurt) and we used neighbours statements and work collegues as well as friends to verify the relationship. eg. A neighbour sees you going and coming from your house together, may have seen you holding hands or a kiss hello goodbye, even statements like they are a nice quiet couple who keep to themselves is a good thing to provide


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Old 01-12-2013, 01:25 PM
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. . . you holding hands or a kiss hello goodbye, even statements like they are a nice quiet couple who keep to themselves is a good thing to provide
I could go some hand holding and kissing right now.
It seems like forever since I saw my fiance.

A bit of physical intimacy would do very nicely, thank you.

Getting to first stage is a long wait, so the 2nd stage subclass 820 seems a little way off yet.

I'll just step outside and watch grass growing for a bit . . .

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Hi, Ive got my own thread here which might be of interest to some; http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...html#post76015

In short I had thought that the 2 years started from when my family arrived and only found out recently that it was from the time of application. Following this I contacted immigration because this meant we were now 2 years and 4 months. The first person I contacted emailed me a link to the forms to download and told me to start straight away. I rang back the next day wanting to check if our being over 2 years would be a problem. After having to wait a while while the person checked our case, she said they were contacting brisbane to activate our stage 2 and mail the forms to us. Regarding the lateness she said sometimes with lodging an application overseas some of the foreign embassies can be a little slow in forwarding information. She then spoke to my wife for a bit asking about our address, phone number, when she applied and arrived. She then told me to start getting things ready, the forms would be coming soon.

About 10 minutes later a different officer rings on our mobile first talking to me to confirm certain details and then my wife. After about a minute of him talking to my wife I realised with how she was answering and getting nervous that she was being interviewed. She told me after that she too realised she was being interviewed and got nervous because she was afraid of saying something wrong. As it was she did get the numbers in our phone number mixed up before correcting it, and likewise got the date wrong on when she arrived before remembering it was a day sooner than she said and telling him. He then thanked us both and repeated about our forms being on the way and to fill them in within the 60 days.

Hopefully my experience is of some help to others who are also waiting.


Sunday update; just had someone ring us on our landline claiming to be doing a government survey on women's health and asking for my wife by name. Turned out she was too old for the survey and they thanked her for her time but not before checking my name and how many children we had.


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hi
after that you received yr CO name?


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Old 01-30-2013, 12:34 AM
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Brisbane office close or open?plz reply how long it will take after a CO officer to yr case..plz reply with yr experiences its 100 subclass in Brisbane;;;;


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i just want to ask something about this proper immigration visa. I am a university teacher / historian but my skill is not included in the SOL but in the consolidated sponsored occupation list.. does it mean the visa i will apply for skilled - nominated (subclass 190) visa? I ask also a consultancy firm that I am not allowed to apply for the skilled - independent (subclass 189) visa. Am I on the right track that I will apply on the skilled nominated sub class 190? Thank...any reply would be highly appreciated.


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Old 01-30-2013, 04:37 AM
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Helloooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooo
is anyone here to reply my question


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