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Partner Visa (309/100) Timeline from India- Australian High Commission New Delhi - Page 79


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Old 07-15-2015, 11:21 AM
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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.
Sounds like it might be dependent where they apply. A friend of mine has a child from a previous marriage and didn't need a police check.

Sometimes some embassies make up their own rules.


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It was Vietnam so anything is possible, i gave them a certified copy of my single certificate, only to be told upon application, sorry we need the original.


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Lol ... all have their own rules. We had to supply an original birth certificate for my husband. I guess they want to make sure it is real.


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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.

Thanks a lot mate.

No, I am just wondering, why they haven't contacted yet, or at least they could have let me know about my case officer. Its extremely irritating after you wait for one year, they still need some time.


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Thanks a lot mate.

No, I am just wondering, why they haven't contacted yet, or at least they could have let me know about my case officer. Its extremely irritating after you wait for one year, they still need some time.
And I am worried because I have applied for protection visa when I was in Australia. Will that effect my PMV visa decision?


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Old 07-16-2015, 12:33 PM
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hey every one update about My Indian PCC yesterday tried so many Govt. offices to get answer how to get Indian pcc if you are Australian citizen.so can't find answer.

Today as 16/07/2015 got up early and went to another office with hope may be will get answer but failed.Then went to police headquarter no luck they sent me to spacial branch who investigate and issues all PCC so went there but no luck.

I had enough landed here 14/07/15 went to few offices on 15/07/2015 they all useless same result today so got upset and went to AHC citizen section and demand them to show me way to get INDIAN PCC AS I AM NO LONGER INDIAN.

Person on window was Mr.Balan another gem for Aussie's very helpful men.
explain to him my situation and told him all things what happened till now.

He says just wait and he tried to contact our CO and in few minutes he came back asked me to pick phone in visitor lounge because CO on other side.

CO heard all my effort and explained to me how its very important to get PCC she is very polite and soft spoken lady Initial NW..she said try you best and try to give her evidence that i tried all doors.

She suggested try to apply in FRRO and if they say NO ask them to provide this NO on paper in written..

So i am off to FRRO tomorrow morning...good luck to me.

When CO called my wife she asked these question in her interview..

first CO asked about applicant date of birth and the sponsor date of birth and then about relationship question how you met your husband.

Why you did not apply for tourist visa even though you got married in 2012 and why you didn't delivered your baby in Australia.

why you applied for you daughter visa as your husband is Australian citizen and that's make your daughter eligible for citizenship by decent.

Is your husband is Australian national are you sure about it.Bit funny question all my papers/evidence of citizenship is there in file.

Is this is your first relationship what about your husband is this also his first relationship.

Nothing more then this and then my wife asked CO when she will grant visa CO said just submit your husbands Indian Pcc and then your visa will be done she says"Beta don't worry i will be happier when you will get your visa"....

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Hey becky i will be in Delhi till 23rd of August may extend my date if our visa near,so happy CO is very very helpful not like last one....


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Hi maklaw,

So sorry to hear all you are having to go through. But I did tell you that you will not be able to get help in India. No matter how many officers you speak to or how many office windows you knock, there will not be any help.
People who are citizens of India with a passport jump through a million hoops to get something done the right way, I can't even imagine what you must be going though.

I had to go to my RPO 5 times which is in Ghaziabad to get my passport reissued with my husband's name added to it. I have had a passport since I was 5 years old, since then I have never been without a passport. I have 4 passports (old) attached to my current one and it took me 4 months to get my reissued.

Similar situation my husband and I went through with the hope that my husband's tourist visa was going to get extended. My hometown is Agra and all the offices we needed to go to are in New Delhi. We went to the FRRO 3 times for my husband and to do any paperwork we could do to make him stay, every effort was in vain. Because of which we were apart awaiting my visa for 12 months.
Why? because he is white.

Once you attained Australian citizenship, you lost your Indian passport and also the right to get any paperwork done in India.

If the case officer is persistent on you getting your PCC, your best bet and the easiest way will be to apply through VFS India in your city in Australia.
The harsh reality is you are wasting time in India going to tens of offices.

Below is the document checklist for PCC on the VFS India website:-
http://www.vfsglobal.com/india/austr...ist_190215.pdf
It has a column for foreign passport holders, so you would fit in that category.

Below is the link to the VFS India website:-
http://www.vfsglobal.com/india/austr...icate_PCC.html

Hope this helps and hope you get an answer or help tomorrow.
Good Luck! And please do keep us updated.

Kind Regards,
Becky

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Yes finger crossed with this hope that i will get some answers tomorrow i don't care how many avenue i have to knock.i will try my level best Delhi is my home town so its easy for me to visit any office.

Yes i want answers for this question..how to get Indian pcc if you are Australian citizen.i will try my best for my family and all for other who is going to have to these kind of issues.

I tried to search answers for this question on google and come across hundred of post regarding this question but can't find any conclusive answer but i am sure this time i will find answer...

yes i will keep update you guys...thanks for advice and good wishes.


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Yes finger crossed with this hope that i will get some answers tomorrow i don't care how many avenue i have to knock.i will try my level best Delhi is my home town so its easy for me to visit any office.

Yes i want answers for this question..how to get Indian pcc if you are Australian citizen.i will try my best for my family and all for other who is going to have to these kind of issues.

I tried to search answers for this question on google and come across hundred of post regarding this question but can't find any conclusive answer but i am sure this time i will find answer...

yes i will keep update you guys...thanks for advice and good wishes.
I understand where you're coming from. We too tried absolutely everything. But when all the doors were shut, there was nothing we could do but leave everything in the hands of the Almighty, hope and pray for the best
Giving up is not easy and is very painful, depressing and heart breaking. But in certain situations, giving up what you want to do or the way you want things to go is for the best. Then you start looking for option 2.
I have had a first hand experience. None of this is fun.

Just a suggestion:- If FRRO doesn't give you an answer or provide a solution to this problem, IMO as I said before you'd be wasting your time in India. And wasting any further would be the last thing you wanna do right now further delaying your partner's visa. Have a read of the website and the document checklist of PCC issue process from VFS India that I mentioned in my previous post.
Again this is only a friendly suggestion.

Good Luck!!

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