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Old 05-10-2010, 04:22 AM
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Application for Partner Visa

Do anyone know whether we should bring in our application to Immigration or we must post them to Immigration?

I called them up but they told me to post it to them, but it is kinda stupid when i actually live next to the Immigration Building at Parramatta NSW.

Anyone had any experience recently?

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Old 05-10-2010, 05:46 AM
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Hi Darren,

Did you tell them how close you live to the DIAC? I think if you did they may see the absurdity of having to post it. I think the reason, though, behind the request to post it could be that applications can't be received by just anyone at reception, so that's why people who hand in applications in person are supposed to make an appointment first.

I would call them again and ask if you could make an appointment to hand it in. This could work to your advantage, as I have read of people getting their interviews done on the same day, and sometimes even getting it approved straight after. Don't count on this though, but it has happened for some very lucky applicants.


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I have a vague recollection of a post by an agent saying that Immi have done away with being able to lodge and get an appointment simultaneously but even if that is true, the web site still has personal delivery being possible.
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Just take it in and they'll have some provision I'd expect.





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I have a vague recollection of a post by an agent saying that Immi have done away with being able to lodge and get an appointment simultaneously but even if that is true, the web site still has personal delivery being possible.
Partner Visa: Onshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 820 and 801)
Just take it in and they'll have some provision I'd expect.
Yeah, i was told by the Immigration that they prefer anyone to post it in to Sydney office however I may bring it in to Parramatta but the application would eventually be transferred to Sydney CBD again.

Do anyone know whether Sydney CBD having a huge backlog in applications?


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