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Old 08-26-2014, 08:56 AM
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yes i got an email saying he could provide an exemption from the military if he didn't have a discharge form. You say they can't leave the country without it ... they can leave the country without it , he has friends who have gone to live in other countries and did not need any form at all , so he wondered why Australia needed it ...on the immigration website it says if anyone has served in the military they need a discharge form but he hasn't so we never thought he would need it :/
My husband never served either and he needed one .... he is now exempt . I think I have mentioned before that we didn't know he needed discharge papers until we applied either as he had never served in the army.

In Egypt they can't get a passport without the permission of the military hense they can't leave the country. My husband has a friend who is in his deferred period still and he is overseas but has to come back because the passport is only valid for the deferred period.

Unfortunately you have to do what the co says.


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My husband never served either and he needed one .... he is now exempt . I think I have mentioned before that we didn't know he needed discharge papers until we applied either as he had never served in the army.

In Egypt they can't get a passport without the permission of the military hense they can't leave the country. My husband has a friend who is in his deferred period still and he is overseas but has to come back because the passport is only valid for the deferred period.

Unfortunately you have to do what the co says.
he already has a passport valid for another 3 years


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Old 08-26-2014, 09:18 AM
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he already has a passport valid for another 3 years
Unfortunately I don't think they will budge on it.

Our marriage celebrant didn't want to do a NOIM without Mohamed here and the case officer would not budge not the NOIM at all. She wouldn't accept only a letter from the celebrant.


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Unfortunately I don't think they will budge on it.

Our marriage celebrant didn't want to do a NOIM without Mohamed here and the case officer would not budge not the NOIM at all. She wouldn't accept only a letter from the celebrant.
oh ok i still have to sort that out also ...she requested it... i am waiting for him to get his signature witnessed


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Unfortunately I don't think they will budge on it.

Our marriage celebrant didn't want to do a NOIM without Mohamed here and the case officer would not budge not the NOIM at all. She wouldn't accept only a letter from the celebrant.
Interesting... Our marriage celebrant did the NOIM without any problem with my signature only. She said that based on her experience it's acceptable if the partner is not living in Australia.


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Old 08-26-2014, 11:28 PM
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Interesting... Our marriage celebrant did the NOIM without any problem with my signature only. She said that based on her experience it's acceptable if the partner is not living in Australia.
It depends on the celebrant but it made it made it easier when he arrived because didn't need to worry about him providing POI to the celebrant

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guys ,

does visa 308/100 take longer processing time than PMV
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we applied april 2014 no interview yet !!!
also my wife is eligible to get visa 100 straight away without waiting 2 years or even getting 309 !!! does it make any sense in the processing time !!!!


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guys ,

does visa 308/100 take longer processing time than PMV
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we applied april 2014 no interview yet !!!
also my wife is eligible to get visa 100 straight away without waiting 2 years or even getting 309 !!! does it make any sense in the processing time !!!!
Doesn't matter still same processing time.


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guys ,

does visa 308/100 take longer processing time than PMV
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we applied april 2014 no interview yet !!!
also my wife is eligible to get visa 100 straight away without waiting 2 years or even getting 309 !!! does it make any sense in the processing time !!!!
309/100 takes about the same time as PMV which is 9-12 months at the moment.


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Hi all
I'd like to share my good news with you guys,
I got my 309 spouse visa granted yesterday Elhamdolelah
Hope yours will be very soon inshallah


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