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Old 07-02-2010, 01:33 AM
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Migration Review Tribunal

Unfortunately it seems a few posters are having to visit that process and so just putting the link up for reference.

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Old 07-03-2010, 07:15 AM
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Thanks dear Trissher

Could you clarify that please? Do you mean that you both were interviewed at the same time, but you went into the Australian office and from there they phoned him in Morrocco while you could listen?

Did you have to pay the $1400 fee both times, or is one time enough for two MRT's?
hi skydancer
yes we was both interviewed at the same time.,I was in the office while my husband was overseas.I could hear him when he was being interviewd but he couldnt hear me when i was interviwed.also one fee covers the MRT for as long as you need to go,


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Thanks Trishher. Well, at least they don't charge each time as some people went to the second MRT. Keeping my fingers crossed for you ! One day you and your husband will look back and laugh at how hard it was ...


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Thanks Trishher. Well, at least they don't charge each time as some people went to the second MRT. Keeping my fingers crossed for you ! One day you and your husband will look back and laugh at how hard it was ...
hope we all can sis back and laugh one day take care skydancer


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Hi Trissher ... I think our time zones aren't lining up to be able to talk on MSN but I thought I'd ask you this on here as it might be useful to others too. How much notice are you given of the hearing date for the MRT? My husband and I want to both attend in person but that will mean at least one of us will need to fly in from the USA. Just wanted to find out if it's days or weeks or months before they let you know.

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Hi Trissher ... I think our time zones aren't lining up to be able to talk on MSN but I thought I'd ask you this on here as it might be useful to others too. How much notice are you given of the hearing date for the MRT? My husband and I want to both attend in person but that will mean at least one of us will need to fly in from the USA. Just wanted to find out if it's days or weeks or months before they let you know.

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sorry jejuniper our internet kept crashing.we had a letter 6 weeks prior to the hearing hope that helps


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sorry jejuniper our internet kept crashing.we had a letter 6 weeks prior to the hearing hope that helps
Thanks trishher - yes, that it is good to know, just to get a rough idea!


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I cant understand the MRT ...we are still waiting for the decission for my husbands spouse visa.my own health is crashing with BSL in the 20.s I realise there are many cases but after 2 hearings and all the extra evidence submitted what can the delay be.If the decission is turned that would be a relief if not that would at least be a decission.mRt has had our case since march 2010.


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Dear Trishher,

Hope you get your positive decision real soon! Hang in there, as surely it must be coming very soon. I really feel for you and all of us that are on tenter hooks waiting.. Remember, this will all be in the past and you and your hubby will be together happily in Australia. :-) as will we all :-))


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Dear Trishher,

Hope you get your positive decision real soon! Hang in there, as surely it must be coming very soon. I really feel for you and all of us that are on tenter hooks waiting.. Remember, this will all be in the past and you and your hubby will be together happily in Australia. :-) as will we all :-))
thankyou skydancer you hang in there too after the darkness comes the light god bless


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