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possible to go on tourist visa while processing PMV?


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Old 04-21-2010, 01:29 PM
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possible to go on tourist visa while processing PMV?

Hi,
I am currently submittedmy application for the Prospective Marriage Visa.

Me and my fiance are having issues with changing of case officer etc so our processing time is taking alot longer then anticipated.

Is it possible for my partner to come to Australia on a tourist visa while we are waiting?
Does this have any complications if it was approved? Or does he have to just re enter the country again?

If someone could get back to me asap as we have been apart for too long!!!


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Hi,
I am currently submittedmy application for the Prospective Marriage Visa.

Me and my fiance are having issues with changing of case officer etc so our processing time is taking alot longer then anticipated.

Is it possible for my partner to come to Australia on a tourist visa while we are waiting?
Does this have any complications if it was approved? Or does he have to just re enter the country again?

If someone could get back to me asap as we have been apart for too long!!!
Your fiance can apply for a tourist visa but make sure notification of travel is put on the PMV application file for if it gets around to a decision to be made for which he needs to be outside of Australia, you would not want a refusal just because he happened to be here.

If you get notification that the PMV was ready for granting and his departure was required to allow that, it would only need to be a trip as far as NZ or PNG/Asia to allow that to happen.





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ok thanks for the info that helps alot!


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