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Old 10-11-2010, 12:20 AM
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Hi, we have finally had a call from immigration!!!. They have said they would like to discuss our application to be added to my partners 457 visa as de facto. I guess that means they want to interview us? does anyone know what sort of questions are asked at all? i don't handle pressure well and have images of being tied to a chair whilst questioned ha ha, any help would be great jo


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From most peoples accounts, the interviews can either be low key matters for most if you're not having one done in Cairo or that area of the meditteranean.
They just want to see that you are as you claim in the application and usually just queries re the stuff you have in the application to confirm the relationship.





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Thanks , i know theres no need to worry... but can't help but worry! i'm in australia and have made an onshore application. We have provided letters from family and friends etc so i'm sure all will be fine and i will also take our engagement cards etc when we go to the interview. jo.


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I am from the USA and I'm nervous for my interview. It will be a phone interview.

http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...migration.html ---This has some questions they may ask you. Best of luck.


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I am from the USA and I'm nervous for my interview. It will be a phone interview.

http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...migration.html ---This has some questions they may ask you. Best of luck.
Hi i'll start by saying thats not why they contacted us but at least i know they are looking at my application!!!! whats your sistuation? jo


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I already sent my application. I have my medical tomorrow. Interview for November 18th....and hopefully a decision soon after!! I'm getting more and more nervous as each day passes! I applied for a PMV. :-D


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