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Old 03-12-2011, 04:47 AM
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Hi Miss Feefa,

were you and your now husband living together in perth?

thanks!

Mia


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Old 03-12-2011, 05:17 AM
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Hi the skyisblue,

thanks so much for your advice - i currently dont have the setting to do PM...i would like some information on your experience with it all and dealing with DIAC Brasilia.

thanks again!

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Ps..how long did yours take to process? ive head the average time is 5-10 months........

hi dancing queen
it took 4.5 months for us. the CO was allocated to our application within 2 days, which is quite fast. fyi (your fiance may already know this from his student visa) but he will require 3 different police certificates from brasil. he should hopefully be able to get them all online (in my case my fiance had to attend in person to get one of them). He also needs to send copy of his military enlistment certificate & national ID card for brasil. When you have your PM working, I can recommend a NAATI guy in Sydney who can do translations for you at a very reasonable price (requires colour scanned copy of doc to do translation). any questions, let me know, i'm happy to help.
cheers


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Old 03-22-2011, 05:24 PM
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Hi Miss Feefa,

were you and your now husband living together in perth?

thanks!

Mia
Hi Mia,

Sorry for the delay with my reply. My husband is currently back in his country awaiting the ASIO check to come through on his spouse visa. He was here on a 12 month tourist visa, so we married during that time. The only issue was he had to keep leaving the country every 3 months, but he was studying abroad so it wasn't a big deal. Now is the hardest part because we don't know how long it's going to take to get his visa finalised!

If I were you I would just get the registry wedding out of the way, then apply for your visa. Look at making plans for a 'proper' wedding in the near future. It actually takes the pressure off the big day and I wasn't nervous in the slightest.

Good luck


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