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Old 09-28-2013, 04:43 AM
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I'm in Australia...I'm just going to use the template, it's probably safer

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Certainly won't hurt.

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Are you supposed to sign the back of your passport photos in the application?


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I have applied for partner visa subclass 100/309 at New Delhi. 2 weeks after lodging the application, I got a email and phone call to get my medical by a case officer asking me to conduct a medical test and police checks. It has been more than 4 weeks since I have supplied them with those documents. Can anyone please tell me approx. how long it takes to get an outcome after supplying them medical and police check docs. Thanks in anticipation.


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Are you supposed to sign the back of your passport photos in the application?
Write your name on the back of the photo misshall.
No need to sign.

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I have applied for partner visa subclass 100/309 at New Delhi. 2 weeks after lodging the application, I got a email and phone call to get my medical by a case officer asking me to conduct a medical test and police checks. It has been more than 4 weeks since I have supplied them with those documents. Can anyone please tell me approx. how long it takes to get an outcome after supplying them medical and police check docs. Thanks in anticipation.
I'm not sure about India specifically (you'd need to do some research on that) but about the fastest partner visas are being processed from any embassy these days is six months (most closer to 9 months), so you've got quite a wait ahead of you still.

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Does the (statutory declaration form) 888 apply to the New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary) Visa {Subclass 461} ???

Myself and my wife have been legally married for over 1 year now, our relationship including dating and friendship is kind of 2 years old, we have only lived together under the same roof for one month, we have nothing that binds us financially, we have access to all our means of everyday communication and we are blessed with a 7 months old daughter.
From the perspective of the high commission how genuine do you think this sort of relationship is?
We will be applying for the New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary) Visa {Subclass 461}

Advices needed please!!!
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Aysally: I cant speak to the Form 888 requirements, but in reference to your other question regarding the sincerity of your relationship - from what I have read and understood, the fact that you are in a legally committed married relationship and have a child together speaks volumes towards the nature of your relationship.

Its funny how this process makes us question our own sincerity. My advice to you is not to worry about this, because if your relationship is real and genuine this will ultimately show in your application and the evidence provided. There are enough safety measures in place to weed out the scammers and these precautionary measures should not affect your ability to apply on genuine grounds.

Best of luck to you!

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@ omamaamansikka: God bless you for your response, i really appreciate. I have an older sibling who lives permanently in Melbourne, he's also very sure that the fact that we're legally married and we have a daughter together is a big deal even from the high commission's perspective but i am a young man, i have never held my daughter and i miss my wife terribly so i intend to get this right once and for all, be with my family and live happily ever after. May God help us all :-)

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Aysally: your circumstances are compelling and I feel great empathy for your situation. I believe that if you are sure to site these issues it would be difficult for any immigration official to deny you the experience of holding your child and being reunited with your wife. For your sake I hope that the process is short and that you are treated with kindness and respect. I will keep my fingers crossed for you. Try not to worry your mind! I have faith you will get through this if you just stay strong. After all, you dont want to arrive at your destination completely empty of any spark or energy. Keep going, you can do it!

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