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Old 07-11-2010, 09:43 AM
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Question De facto visa PR

hi there,

i've been reading a lot about how long it took everyone to get their TR, but nothing so far about how long it took to get the PR 2 years later?

we handed in our forms in june, they've arrived at melbourne 7.6.2010. so far we haven't heard anything... my TR visa expires 18.8.2010...

is there still a possibility that we won't get it or should it be ok?

we only had to hand in form 80 and stat declaration forms for me and my partner.

does anyone have any information?

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Old 07-11-2010, 10:58 AM
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hi there,

i've been reading a lot about how long it took everyone to get their TR, but nothing so far about how long it took to get the PR 2 years later?

we handed in our forms in june, they've arrived at melbourne 7.6.2010. so far we haven't heard anything... my TR visa expires 18.8.2010...

is there still a possibility that we won't get it or should it be ok?

we only had to hand in form 80 and stat declaration forms for me and my partner.

does anyone have any information?

cheers
First of all, it would have to be a situation of a couple no longer in a relationship or evidence of fraud detected for them to get TR and then not PR and there are even exceptions where people with a TR and a relationship ended may still get PR, so if all is OK on the relationship front I'd reckon you'll be OK and they'll be pushing them through at much the same rate as TR applications otherwise there'd be a bottleneck situation.
Client Service Charter indicates six months but I'd be surprised if it's actually that long.
But don't fret and it'll turn up when it will.





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Old 07-11-2010, 11:10 AM
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no nothing has changed in the relationship. that's awesome. shouldn't take too long then. thank you!


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