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Hi Becky

Yes it is freezing!! Tomorrow is meant to be the coldest brrrrr. Don't you love how we say how cold it is as soon as it hits single digits. I just hope it warms up a bit by Friday night cause we are going to the soccer.

Anyway to your question. You don't need to redo the medicals for 100. Also I would send off your AFP with the paperwork otherwise it will delay the processing.

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Yes it is freezing!! Tomorrow is meant to be the coldest brrrrr. Don't you love how we say how cold it is as soon as it hits single digits. I just hope it warms up a bit by Friday night cause we are going to the soccer.

Anyway to your question. You don't need to redo the medicals for 100. Also I would send off your AFP with the paperwork otherwise it will delay the processing.

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Hi Mish,

I'm so glad I'm not working this week.... hahahahaha...yeah my fingers have become popsicles....I want the sun back

Ok I will apply for it now then and hoping it'll be done by next week. Last one was sent to India and only took 2 weeks. Hoping it'll be quick.
Thanks so much for your reply. Paperwork is in full swing right now.
You too, try and stay warm

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Hey becky i am in delhi just landed here,and surprise surprise before i reached to AHC our new CO Called my wife and asked question about our relation kind of detailed interview.

She mentioned to my wife that our filed stuck because they did not got sponsors indian PCC and once we able to submit they will decide our case.

now question is how easy to get a PCC AS an australian citizen and also OCI CARD HOLDER.so now next trip to PSK NEW DELHI.

About AHC APPOINTMENT THING IF you are australian citizen you can walk in any time no one will stop you,its from gate number one.Its for ausi national only to provide them all help but you should have you passport or citizenship certificate with you.

I been there last year few times and on that help desk Mr.Parkash Jacob one of the Gem for australian people.He always polite and very helpful.


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Hey becky i am in delhi just landed here,and surprise surprise before i reached to AHC our new CO Called my wife and asked question about our relation kind of detailed interview.

She mentioned to my wife that our filed stuck because they did not got sponsors indian PCC and once we able to submit they will decide our case.

now question is how easy to get a PCC AS an australian citizen and also OCI CARD HOLDER.so now next trip to PSK NEW DELHI.

About AHC APPOINTMENT THING IF you are australian citizen you can walk in any time no one will stop you,its from gate number one.Its for ausi national only to provide them all help but you should have you passport or citizenship certificate with you.

I been there last year few times and on that help desk Mr.Parkash Jacob one of the Gem for australian people.He always polite and very helpful.
Hi maklaw,

Regarding the request for PCC of the sponsor, do you have a minor included in your application? That is the only time PCC is requested from the sponsor.

I honestly don't know how you'll apply for your PCC in India. In Australia, you apply for one from VFS India online, pay the fees or go see a VFS office in your city you can do the paperwork in the office as well.

Regarding going in to the Australian High Commission, if you are an Australian citizen they will let you in. My husband and I went to the AHC once before applying for my partner visa without a letter. We wanted to know how we could extend my husband's tourist visa. Because he isn't of Indian background, it was next to impossible to extend it. And he had to return back to Australia 3 days before the visa's expiry.

But that too was in the consular section. Those officers don't process visa applications. They are there to help their citizens if they need any.

You can definitely go there if you want, I'd say might as well since you're in India.

To get a PCC from India with an Indian passport, you need to get it from the RPO that issued the passport. Now since you have an Australian passport, that might make things a tiny bit difficult. I'm not trying to scare you, only sharing the truth.
My passport re-issue to get my husband's name added when I already had a passport issued by the Indian High Commission, Canberra took 4 months. You know how the government departments work in India.
Below is the Passport Office's website:-
Passport Seva Home | Indian Passport | Passport | Passport Seva Project

How long you staying in India?

Hope this helps. Please do keep us updated.
Good Luck!!

Kind Regards,
Becky

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Hi everyone..
I hope everyone is doing good.About my case as I described last time that my case officer HC called my wife and I was also there at that time so we both answered his questions.at the end he said as I am in Aus at the moment so he wont be able to gimme any decision until I am in Aus(and also before 1st july) now I am in Aus and going back on 30th of july this month.
Would you guys help me with what to do after I reach India.? or is there anything to do at the moment while I am in Aus.? should I ask them weather they need anything.? or if they could gimme decision onshore.? I know I been asking these question again and again but the only reason why I am asking is that I already have wasted too much time and don't want to put my file in any further queue which ends up eating months..
Thanks for your time and god bless you all..

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Hey becky i am in delhi just landed here,and surprise surprise before i reached to AHC our new CO Called my wife and asked question about our relation kind of detailed interview.

She mentioned to my wife that our filed stuck because they did not got sponsors indian PCC and once we able to submit they will decide our case.
I would be questioning why you need one as your are the biological father of the child (correct me if my memory is incorrect).

The only thing I can think of is that it is because the child is not getting Australian citizenship and is included in the application.


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Hi rajan_sidhu,

You should email the case officer and tell them on what date you will be departing Australia. When you have left you should then email them again to confirm that you have departed Australia.

Then you just have to wait offshore until a decision has been made - they usually say to allow 5 working days.

An offshore spouse visa cannot be granted while you are in Australia.

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I would be questioning why you need one as your are the biological father of the child (correct me if my memory is incorrect).

The only thing I can think of is that it is because the child is not getting Australian citizenship and is included in the application.
My manager at work had to get a Australian Police clearance for his then fiancee's PMV, he had a daughter from a previous marriage so was reuired to undertake the police check even though it was his daughter and she was not included in the application.


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Why are they doing this to me? They didn't contacted me or my lawyer until now.
PLEASE REPLY

I have applied for PMV last july 2014 and the High Commission in new delhi told me that it will take 12 months for the decision.

My case is complicated. I have applied for tourist visa many times and I was denied all the times, except for once when I applied from Bali, Indonesia while I was working there.

Apart from that when I was there in Australia, I have applied for the protection visa(refugee) also, as my life was in threat from my family because I wanted to marry a Australian girl. I was only 21 at that time and being brought up in a joint orthodox family, I was not capable of facing the consequences which may have occurred at that time.

We both are in relationship from last 5 years and lived together for 3 years continuously in places like India, Indonesia, Australia and Europe.

It took us a long time to convince my family and taking their yes before I came back to India.
Now, last year my partner hired a migration lawyer in Australia and explained everything to him. He was very nice and never said that I might not be granted a PMV, neither he says that now.

The only thing is that, there are only 3 days left in 18th july 2015 and one year of lodgement will be finished.
After health and medical, I have not heard anything from the High Commission. Not even a case officer called or emailed us yet.

I am wondering what could happen to my case? We have very very strong proofs of our relationship and we both meet each other quite often and we have given more than sufficient proofs to High Commission.

Could you please put some light on my questions?

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Your questions have been answered before.

If a decision is not made after 1 year makes no difference, 12 months is the standard processing time, sometimes on occasion it takes more than 12 months for a decision to be made. A visa taking more than 12 months does not mean you will be denied.
The only thing that may need to be done if you dont receive your visa this week is you may be asked to submit new medicals and PCC as they only have a validity of 12 months.

As for a protection visa, i am almost certain you would not be granted one because you fear for your life from your family because they do not approve of your choice of woman. It really is not a valid reason to grant a protection visa.

Just continue to wait, as difficult as it is, an answer should be forthcoming soon.


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