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Old 03-11-2014, 10:07 AM
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Just so you know, you can take a little time to upload all your documents, you don't have to do them all at once

We applied 1.5 weeks ago and I'm still uploading a little each day. Still waiting on some form 888s too. The man at immigration told me there is no time limit, but just get it done in a few weeks as a guide

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You complete the form 80, sign, scan and upload.

You scan both passport photos front and back ( where you've put your name). Then you upload.
Hi,

Yes, when we browse our visa thru vevo and printed it out, I have my separate visa and also my two dependents. I am not really sure if with PMV 300 visa ,my dependents are allowed to work while we are still working out for our partner's onshore visa ,subclass 820/801.

My dependent was suppose to enroll at TAFE for a course leading to a nursing course but with the pmv visa , it stipulates in there that it is valid until 23rd of September 2014, TAFE charged a fee same as that of an international student visa holder..so, we put on hold for her education and she wanted to work first,earn and keep her money for education until a permanent visa is granted to us. However, employer are so keen about the expiry date that they do not entertain our applications for reason that it has expiry date. We will try our luck when partner's visa subclass 820 is granted. Although, we do not lost hope in applying even as domestic household jobs in an aged care or any office as long as we can work. Since our location is countryside,we find it hard to look for a job in here with a PMV visa.

Anyway, thank you guys for your effort in putting altogether your ideas in here. I have applied online for my TFN and also my two dependents online.The reply told me to wait for 28 days to release our TFN.

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Anyway, thank you guys for your effort in putting altogether your ideas in here. I have applied online for my TFN and also my two dependents online.The reply told me to wait for 28 days to release our TFN.
Just so you know it doesn't take 28 days, that is just incase they are really busy. My fiance got his in like 3 days

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Just so you know it doesn't take 28 days, that is just incase they are really busy. My fiance got his in like 3 days
That's really interesting... the first time I applied for a TFN (online), even though I had a confirmation number that I had applied, etc., when 28 days had passed and I still didn't have one, I called them - and they had "no record" of my application. I applied again on their advice, immediately called to confirm they'd received my application, and they confirmed... two weeks later, no sign of it. I wonder what the heck is going on.

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Visa #1: PMV (300) through Washington, D.C
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Visa Granted: January 2014.
Visa #2: Subclass 820 (From PMV).
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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
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That's really interesting... the first time I applied for a TFN (online), even though I had a confirmation number that I had applied, etc., when 28 days had passed and I still didn't have one, I called them - and they had "no record" of my application. I applied again on their advice, immediately called to confirm they'd received my application, and they confirmed... two weeks later, no sign of it. I wonder what the heck is going on.
That is interesting! Hopefully it will come soon. We applied well after you too! I was surprised it came so soon.

If they have issued it you can ring up and ask what your tfn is anyway you just need to pass POI.


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They acknowledged to have received my request for TFN and provided me with the reference number to follow up when after 28 days I don't receive yet. I copied it for my reference.

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Hi, I am new here and I know how you have been an inspiration to many by your knowledge and advices. I am a Filipina and wanting to apply for PMV. My question is, where will I have to lodge my application? Is it here in the Philippines? Congrats to you and I know you deserve your PMV.

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Where to apply - Australian Embassy

Hi MissPhilippines. This is the process we followed.
We lodged by courier directly the VIA Centre in Makati City, and extra documents were lodged in Person in Makati.

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Who's your CO, rsgurlygirl? The only info on the DC timeline thread is date applied, CO, visa type and date granted.

Hi CG- I just saw this sorry! Applied November 4,2013. RM is my CO. Applied for PMV 300. Still waiting. :-) Thank you~

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I can't believe it - after eight months and one week, my VISA HAS BEEN GRANTED! I had notified RM when I got my ETA several weeks ago that I'd be heading to Australia January 6. She didn't respond at the time. So on January 1 I e-mailed her a polite reminder that I'd be leaving for Australia the following week. Two days later.. BAM. VISA GRANTED. I can't tell you guys what a relief this is. My fiance and his parents and I were all together when I received it - it's been a giant hug/cryfest. I was so worried I wouldn't be approved with all the medical stuff I have - sailed right through. I provided letters from specialists, and DIBP didn't ask for anything further.

OH MY GOSH... I'm still shaking. SO HAPPY.
Aww that's fantastic news CollegeGirl! I'm so happy for you you have always been great at giving the best and honest advice (and so quick to reply too!) and I have no doubt that everyone on this site appreciates your valuable feedback. Now get the champagne flowing and celebrate!!

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