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Old 09-03-2015, 10:11 PM
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Guys form 80 and form 1221 are very important because egypt considered a high risk country , so it is better to submit the form even if it is not required especially after what is happening in the middle east nowadays.

My husband got his PR last year in august 2014 when he was living and working in saudi arabia and it was asked by his case officer. I know it's long form but believe me it's very important.

Regarding the education certificate for the partner ( main applicant) it is nor important . I think they are more concerned about the relationship genuine

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Guys form 80 and form 1221 are very important because egypt considered a high risk country , so it is better to submit the form even if it is not required especially after what is happening in the middle east nowadays.

My husband got his PR last year in august 2014 when he was living and working in saudi arabia and it was asked by his case officer. I know it's long form but believe me it's very important.

Regarding the education certificate for the partner ( main applicant) it is nor important . I think they are more concerned about the relationship genuine

I agree with salsamalsa, the more info you provide the stronger your case becomes, I have also provided the forms 80 and 1221 although they haven't requested them.

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Just wondering if anyone else on here has children with their partners. My husband and I have two children that are both Australian and Egyptian citizens. I have heard a rumor if you have children it puts you to the front of the queue? But I don't believe this is true

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That's so strange Jennifer as we have the same agent? I have contacted her. She said our case was pretty straight forward
When we started with the agent her office sent us a 'package' of all the forms required to be filled out and also examples for our statements among many other things. Also a list of what we had to provide. From what I gather she gets you to provide absolutely anything that could possibly be required, before you even submit your application. It was so tedious filling in all the forms and gathering all the information but I am glad we did even if maybe some were not required. The only extra thing we were ever asked for was the single certificate.
I am thinking that she covers all bases to ensure a speedy processing of the application.
If she says your is straight forward then you can be sure it is. I found her to be very professional and answered all our queries and concerns.
The good thing is that she will check all your papers before submitting them and tell you if they are okay.
I also sent her examples of our personal statements to see if they were good enough.

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Just wondering if anyone else on here has children with their partners. My husband and I have two children that are both Australian and Egyptian citizens. I have heard a rumor if you have children it puts you to the front of the queue? But I don't believe this is true
We've also heard that having children carries no weight in early grants of being forwarded to the front of the queue.

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Just wondering if anyone else on here has children with their partners. My husband and I have two children that are both Australian and Egyptian citizens. I have heard a rumor if you have children it puts you to the front of the queue? But I don't believe this is true
A rumor only unless things have changed in the last year. I know of a couple processed last year and both were normal processing times.

I think they also look at the application more closely if you have kids together. A friend of mine here husband was hammered by the case officer. Was pretty much told that he only had a baby with her so he would get PR straight up! The co then went on to ring the wife and ask some questions and ring him and ask some followup ones. She was living in Australia not in Egypt so not sure if that was the reason.


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When we started with the agent her office sent us a 'package' of all the forms required to be filled out and also examples for our statements among many other things. Also a list of what we had to provide. From what I gather she gets you to provide absolutely anything that could possibly be required, before you even submit your application. It was so tedious filling in all the forms and gathering all the information but I am glad we did even if maybe some were not required. The only extra thing we were ever asked for was the single certificate.
I am thinking that she covers all bases to ensure a speedy processing of the application.
If she says your is straight forward then you can be sure it is. I found her to be very professional and answered all our queries and concerns.
The good thing is that she will check all your papers before submitting them and tell you if they are okay.
I also sent her examples of our personal statements to see if they were good enough.
Thanks Jennifer I had a reply from our agent today and she said in our case we do not require it. As you said she is very professional and had 100 percent success rate so I'm sure she knows what she is talking about.

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Thanks Jennifer I had a reply from our agent today and she said in our case we do not require it. As you said she is very professional and had 100 percent success rate so I'm sure she knows what she is talking about.
You are so lucky you do not need to fill the Form 80 it required so much information and such a pain lol. My husband had lived and worked outside Egypt for a number of years so maybe this is why he needed to submit this form

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Dear Mish,

Could you please tell me what shall i do once i enter Australia, shall i contact the embassy or something like that and i read here about the English course you can take it so could you explain more about this course?

Thanks sooooooo much for your time and have a nice day


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Dear Mish,

Could you please tell me what shall i do once i enter Australia, shall i contact the embassy or something like that and i read here about the English course you can take it so could you explain more about this course?

Thanks sooooooo much for your time and have a nice day
You don't need to do anything once you enter Australia. They will contact you approximately 2 months (hopefully) before your eligibility date to submit documents for PR.

Here is the link for the free English lessons: https://education.gov.au/amep

From that website you can find your local provider and book in to be tested so they know what level you are at. They will check your visa information to maybe sure you are eligible for the free English courses. They work in terms like schools so you can't join mid term. The next I think would start early October but you would need to be tested before that.

When do you arrive in Australia?

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