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Old 03-01-2014, 04:26 AM
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You will get it once all forms are submitted. We got ours within half an hour of doing this

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You will get it once all forms are submitted. We got ours within half an hour of doing this
Thanks you!! I've just hit submit so now the wait begins. I just feel so scared that he's going to not be able to stay!

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this is why i did paper and hired someone to do the application for me!! hopefully the new online system = faster processing!!!
Yeh.... But I'm a control freak and would be too worried the would screw it up Haha

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I know it's incredibly stressful - and given you have already had issues I can understand why your stressing BUT now all you have to do is upload your documents and your done
It felt like a big weight off my shoulders once I did that. I gave myself a break from the forum (amazing how much stress compulsively reading threads can cause!!) and had a nice night out with my partner.

You are in a loving genuine relationship so try not to stress (easier said than done I know)

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Yeh.... But I'm a control freak and would be too worried the would screw it up Haha
Yeah I totally get that but also they do this for a living and have seen visa's approved and denied so they would know exactly what to include and what's not necessary and just extra stuff for a CO to wade through....

If I'd done it by myself I would have lodged in June 2013 and probably would have been rejected by now (my idea of defacto and DIBP's are somewhat different...at least this way I was told what to provide and I did and someone else got to do all the annoying certification and form filling in

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Old 03-01-2014, 05:11 AM
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I know it's incredibly stressful - and given you have already had issues I can understand why your stressing BUT now all you have to do is upload your documents and your done
It felt like a big weight off my shoulders once I did that. I gave myself a break from the forum (amazing how much stress compulsively reading threads can cause!!) and had a nice night out with my partner.

You are in a loving genuine relationship so try not to stress (easier said than done I know)
Once I get that BVA letter I can relax - till I see that I'm feeling like he's gonna be leaving the country next week..... It hasn't come through yet

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Ouch. My husband got his with his acknowledgment email and I didn't submit the sponsor stuff online at all. I scanned the form 40sp that I previously printed and filled out because the system kept glitching and freezing on me. I didn't scan it until the next day, but hubby got his BVA within minutes of submitting his application.

I ended up doing the online sponsor form about a week later to be safe.

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Call DIBP and ask them what's up because it doesn't sound right to me at all. The 40sp came up on the checklist under my name marked as required, but that was after he got his bridging visa so I am not sure if that's the problem or not.

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Ouch. My husband got his with his acknowledgment email and I didn't submit the sponsor stuff online at all. I scanned the form 40sp that I previously printed and filled out because the system kept glitching and freezing on me. I didn't scan it until the next day, but hubby got his BVA within minutes of submitting his application.

I ended up doing the online sponsor form about a week later to be safe.
OK. Back to freaking out. Why would this happen to us??

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Old 03-01-2014, 05:59 AM
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Are you sure that no attachments came with his acknowledgment letter?

Don't freak out, just like last time there will be a good explanation and they will fix it.

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