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Old 12-29-2013, 05:27 AM
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I am a junior member and tried to edit my profile. I was presented with a screen which said that I could not because I did not have at least 5 posts. What constitutes a post?


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I am a junior member and tried to edit my profile. I was presented with a screen which said that I could not because I did not have at least 5 posts. What constitutes a post?
Hi rlrontheroad, welcome!

Your question counts as a post, so four more to go. Any time you write a question, comment or answer to any of the threads - that's a post.

What type of visa are you looking to apply for?

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Thanks Missmontie,
I will be submitting a Partner Visa (309) form 47SP.
My wife of 3 years is an Australian citizen, we currently live in the US, I am retired and we would like to spend 6 months a year in Sydney and 6 months in Seattle. Her parents live there and are in their mid 80s and we would like to spend time with them and care for them.

I am busily reading up on what I need to do and am gathering documents necessary. I am very happy to have found this website and am greatful for any help I can get.

Thanks... Rick


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Old 12-30-2013, 07:03 PM
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Thanks Missmontie, I will be submitting a Partner Visa (309) form 47SP. My wife of 3 years is an Australian citizen, we currently live in the US, I am retired and we would like to spend 6 months a year in Sydney and 6 months in Seattle. Her parents live there and are in their mid 80s and we would like to spend time with them and care for them. I am busily reading up on what I need to do and am gathering documents necessary. I am very happy to have found this website and am greatful for any help I can get. Thanks... Rick
We would love to do 6 moths in Australia and 6 months in the UK.

I remember finding this website some months ago and it was the best thing 'since sliced bread' - originally we were going to use an agent but the advice here (and lots of times reading the partner migration booklet) gave us the confidence to submit ourselves.

If you haven't looked at it already, there's a sticky thread called very unofficial partner visa tips, which, on the first few posts has a pretty comprehensive list of what you need to submit (I'm on my phone so I can't link to it).

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Thanks missmontie! I have perused that thread, but will have to back over it with intent. I, like you, feel that I can submit myself, but am a bit apprehensive about the possible "burn in" of the new electronic submission. Good to have folks like you to share with...


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Thanks missmontie! I have perused that thread, but will have to back over it with intent. I, like you, feel that I can submit myself, but am a bit apprehensive about the possible "burn in" of the new electronic submission. Good to have folks like you to share with...
There's some people here that have applied online and have been fine and other that encountered issues. You can still submit a paper application if you find that easier

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