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Old 04-01-2014, 12:30 PM
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Thanks kanagroo girl. We are getting everything checked by our same solicitor before we lodge so will ask and let u all know for sure. So over this lol at least kobo is dong all the scanning

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D - Let me know what your solicitor says, will you? I'm going to ask our agent as well. I'd prefer not to submit it again, but we can't risk a 28-day delay if they ask for it... we need this to be done and dusted before my medicals from last year expire in early June.

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OMG! This is seriously spooky. I was just having a conversation with someone about the form 80 and was wondering if you provide it at pmv if you then provide it at 820 (which will be a new form) and here is the topic on it lol.


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Normally not necessary to provide Form 80 for a partner visa application if it was already provided for the PMV, however sometimes case officers will ask for this - in some cases it seems to be a case-by-case requirement.

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Normally not necessary to provide Form 80 for a partner visa application if it was already provided for the PMV, however sometimes case officers will ask for this - in some cases it seems to be a case-by-case requirement.

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Thanks Mark. I just have to figure out which is more of a gamble when processing time is of the essence so my medicals don't expire... In your opinion, would you think it's more of a gamble to provide Form 80 when not needed (i.e., would that delay things by making them send that to ASIO even if they wouldn't have otherwise asked for it?), or is it more of a gamble to not provide it and risk them asking for it? (I think I'm pretty low-risk: US nationality, travel only to EU countries and a brief trip to Cancun a couple of years ago, no criminal history).

I'll understand if you can't comment specifically - just thought I'd ask your opinion.

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Thanks Mark. I just have to figure out which is more of a gamble when processing time is of the essence so my medicals don't expire... In your opinion, would you think it's more of a gamble to provide them when not needed, or tp not provide them and risk them asking for them? (I think I'm pretty low-risk: US nationality, travel only to EU countries and a brief trip to Cancun a couple of years ago, no criminal history).

I'll understand if you can't comment specifically - just thought I'd ask your opinion.
According to the check list you don't need new medicals unless the co asks for them when coming from a pmv.


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Right, I understand that. But mine were referred originally, and we were quite worried we'd have to go through the Health Waiver process (though we didn't in the end, thankfully), so we think it's wisest to get everything done while these medicals are still valid just to be on the safe side. Don't get me wrong - if they asked for medicals again we'd do them again, and since nothing has changed with my health it'd likely be the same results. But it would be a big hassle to find specialists here in Aus and get all the testing done they'd require. We got married last week, and we've expedited our marriage certificate, and we've gotten our friends started on their 888s and begun our online application... just trying to figure out whether to add the Form 80 or leave it alone.

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I think we won't lodge the form 80 then. To be honest I'm not really fussed how long this application takes. So if they ask for it and it takes 28 days more we won't care. Guess I'm just happy he's here he's working and we are finally married

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I think we won't lodge the form 80 then. To be honest I'm not really fussed how long this application takes. So if they ask for it and it takes 28 days more we won't care. Guess I'm just happy he's here he's working and we are finally married
If it weren't for my medical issues I'd be the SAME way. Just so happy to be together! He's so cute... he says all his stress just melts away when he gets home from work and sees my face. We're pretty over the moon right now.

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Awwwww life is good for us both then G - finally !

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