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Partner Visa (309/100) Timeline from India- Australian High Commission New Delhi - Page 155


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Old 04-23-2019, 06:41 PM
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Some documents links to help you guys from India, loading takes a while they are big files.

First one is for application with no migration agent used.

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/foi/f...t-released.PDF


Second on is for India only 2015-2018 All visa grants very big file refresh browser if it dosent work.

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/foi/f...t-released.pdf

This is so interesting. Thankyou so much @kalloggs40 for sharing this pdf with us.

I guess the financial year starts from June.. when can we expect the new list for financial year 2018-2019.
and where can one has access to these. waiting for your reply.

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Old 04-24-2019, 01:01 AM
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Amarjeet Singh: if you applied online yourself, then you need to call on 131881(if you are in Australia) or +61 2 6196 0196 (if outside) to make queries regarding you application process. Australian high commission Delhi or VFS are not gonna tell you nothing. As you said in Yur msg that it was your first marriage as well as first ever sponsorship to a partner, shouldn't take that long as it's been 20 months since you applied in August 2017.

However, if it goes past August 2019, your spouse will be eligible to get a permanent visa subclass 100 immediately after arriving in Australia. For that, You need to write to the immigration and explain that it's been 24 months since you applied for you partner visa, which completes the 2 years waiting period; thus, you would like to request them to grant your Mrs and kid subclass 100 at the same time along with subclass 309.


If I were you, I would apply for a visitor visa for my Mrs and child whilst their application being processed. If you haven't done so far, you can just apply a normal subclass 600 and provide you bank account's 6 months history along with your latest 2 payslips. They will easily get tourist visas. They won't even mind granting them 6 months stay if you have never applied for their tourist visas before. They might even grant them subclass 100 while they are in Australia on tourist visa if you write that request letter to them before their arrival to Australia as subclass 100 is an onshore visa.
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Old 04-24-2019, 02:17 AM
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Lilly 23 : yes, you are right. The two main reasons to put an application for further verification is:

1. If the applicant or sponsor is divorced and remarried, they put such applications on hold for cross checkings to make sure it's a genuine application and not someone trying to get this visa by claiming with a fake relationship/marriage.

2. If an application doesn't provide all the necessary documents or sufficient enough, they put the application aside and start processing next ones. E. G. If they ask you for a further evidence regarding your relationship, it's highly likely that they will put your application on hold/aside and won't touch that before an uncertain time.

Hence, it's so essential that the application should be front loaded.

Hope this info is found helpful..


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Lilly 23 : yes, you are right. The two main reasons to put an application for further verification is:

1. If the applicant or sponsor is divorced and remarried, they put such applications on hold for cross checkings to make sure it's a genuine application and not someone trying to get this visa by claiming with a fake relationship/marriage.

2. If an application doesn't provide all the necessary documents or sufficient enough, they put the application aside and start processing next ones. E. G. If they ask you for a further evidence regarding your relationship, it's highly likely that they will put your application on hold/aside and won't touch that before an uncertain time.

Hence, it's so essential that the application should be front loaded.

Hope this info is found helpful..
Thank you very much Aus8882 for your response.

I (sponsor) has second marriage but I never sponsored my ex wife as relationship broke before sponsoring stage. I've a child with my ex as well, who is currently living with my ex.

I provided sufficient evidence of our relationship (my 2nd marriage). The department asked for further documents but they didn't ask for any further evidence on our relationship. They asked about my salary details, PCC.

Today I completed exactly 14 months of waiting. Its 309 visa. How much time do you think it will take more? I'm planning to visit my wife for a month as well. Thanks God, our relationship is quite strong, the only frustration is waiting time. Its like keeping away two beautiful loving souls apart.

Thanks again.


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Lilly 23: Again, there's no specific time frame to be granted the visa even though they have received all required documents. You just have to be lucky to receive your partner's visa soon.

Wish you all the best, mate!

Please let us know once you have been sent that golden email ; also, if they asking you/your partner any particular questions if there's any interview takes.place.


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hey,
i have uploaded all the docs for my 309 application except for my husband AFP and PCC?? is it mandatory? what would you advise that i should get it done its been almost 6 months since we applied.
please share your experiences..


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Jazzamrit 85: yes, it's highly recommended to provide Sponsor's AFP and PCC(especially, when the sponsor is a male) along with 2 recent payslips. They have recently started asking for these documents.


Last edited by Aus8882; 04-28-2019 at 01:51 AM. Reason: If I were you, I would still ask my partner to provide it's Indian PCC as well to save me from any further and unnecessary delay.

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hey,
i have uploaded all the docs for my 309 application except for my husband AFP and PCC?? is it mandatory? what would you advise that i should get it done its been almost 6 months since we applied.
please share your experiences..
Immi website says;
Provide an Australian police certificate if you have spent a total of 12 months or more in Australia in the last 10 years since you turned 16.

We only accept complete disclosure National Police Certificates issued by the Australian Federal Police. We do not accept standard disclosure certificates or national police certificates issued by Australian state or territory police.

Also provide:

an overseas police certificate from every country, including your home country, where you spent a total of 12 months or more in the last 10 years since you turned 16.

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...onal-309#HowTo

My case after submitted application a month or so they ask to provide both mine and my partner (Sponsor) his have to do 2 countries


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Jazzamrit 85: yes, it's highly recommended to provide Sponsor's AFP and PCC(especially, when the sponsor is a male) along with 2 recent payslips. They have recently started asking for these documents.
Alright. But my husband (sponsor) been living in Australia for the last 14 years. So I believe we don’t need a Pcc for him from India right.

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Lilly 23: Again, there's no specific time frame to be granted the visa even though they have received all required documents. You just have to be lucky to receive your partner's visa soon.

Wish you all the best, mate!

Please let us know once you have been sent that golden email ; also, if they asking you/your partner any particular questions if there's any interview takes.place.
Yes, sure. I'll keep you updated in this post.

Do you have any idea if applicant get pregnant while Offshore 309 application is in progress?

I'm planning to visit home in July'19 to see my wife, and we're planning for a child while her medical for partner will be expired on 1 Aug'19. Not sure, if she can undergo another medical while she is pregnant?

Please advise.


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