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thanks alot for your reply CollegeGirl..
I actually applied 15 days before my baby daughter was born last year.So at the time of 309/100 lodgement we were still waiting for our baby angel.And it will be 2 years on this coming october so will i be eligile on october2015..?
and immi told me(e-mail) that i will get automated response as soon as i am eligible for 100.
No. It is an at lodgement requirement so since you didn't meet that requirement for 100 you will be eligible 2 years after you applied for your 309. Eg. If you applied 20 October 2014 your eligibility date is 20 October 2016.

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Yep, what Mish said. Unfortunately it's completely down to what your situation was when you applied for the 309. You'll have to wait 2 years from the date you applied for your 309 before you'll be eligible for your 100.

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OMG!!! Yaaaaaaay!!!!!
CONGRATULATIONS maklaw!!!!! Finally the battle is over and won forever!!
What a happy day!

Wish you a very long and happy life with your family in Australia. Thanks for sharing the good news with us and your regular updates

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Hey everyone, in regards to being granted subclass 100 straight away; my partner applied for 309/100 in December 2014. We applied on de facto grounds after living together for 1 year but at the time of application we had already been in a relationship for over 3 years. I have seen on the immi website that you are eligible to be granted 100 straight away if you have been in a relationship for 3 years - does this been 3 years as a de facto or married couple? Or just being in a relationship in general? Thanks


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Hey can anyone tell how much time it will take after the allocation of case officer...

N what to do if immiaccount is showing same status that is application received since 11 months n two weeks....its so frustrating any suggestion please


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Its regarding 309/100 can anyone help please..

Hey can anyone tell how much time it will take after the allocation of case officer...

N what to do if immiaccount is showing same status that is application received since 11 months n two weeks....its so frustrating any suggestion please


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Hey everyone, in regards to being granted subclass 100 straight away; my partner applied for 309/100 in December 2014. We applied on de facto grounds after living together for 1 year but at the time of application we had already been in a relationship for over 3 years. I have seen on the immi website that you are eligible to be granted 100 straight away if you have been in a relationship for 3 years - does this been 3 years as a de facto or married couple? Or just being in a relationship in general? Thanks
In a defacto or married only.


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Hey everyone, in regards to being granted subclass 100 straight away; my partner applied for 309/100 in December 2014. We applied on de facto grounds after living together for 1 year but at the time of application we had already been in a relationship for over 3 years. I have seen on the immi website that you are eligible to be granted 100 straight away if you have been in a relationship for 3 years - does this been 3 years as a de facto or married couple? Or just being in a relationship in general? Thanks
Hi Moniqueelise,

The applicant is granted a subclass 100 if they have been in a relationship with the sponsor for 3 years married or de facto without a child OR 2 years with a child from their relationship AT the time they apply for the partner visa.

If you have provided evidence of de facto relationship for 3 years in your application, then most probably you'll be approved the subclass 100. If you have provided 1 year worth of evidence you'll be granted a subclass 309.

My husband and I were in a de facto relationship for over a year and married for 7 months. We were together for over 2 years when we applied for our partner visa and I was granted a subclass 309 because we didn't qualify for subclass 100 based on the requirements in my first paragraph.

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Hi Moniqueelise,

The applicant is granted a subclass 100 if they have been in a relationship with the sponsor for 3 years married or de facto without a child OR 2 years with a child from their relationship AT the time they apply for the partner visa.

If you have provided evidence of de facto relationship for 3 years in your application, then most probably you'll be approved the subclass 100. If you have provided 1 year worth of evidence you'll be granted a subclass 309.

My husband and I were in a de facto relationship for over a year and married for 7 months. We were together for over 2 years when we applied for our partner visa and I was granted a subclass 309 because we didn't qualify for subclass 100 based on the requirements in my first paragraph.

Hope this helps. Good luck!

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Hi Becky
Thanks so much for your detailed response. In that case he won't be granted subclass 100 straight away as we were only in a de facto relationship for one year. I have one more question if you don't mind - my partner has previous history with immigration, he came to Australia on a student visa and when he tried to renew it he was refused so he went to MRT. After he lost at MRT we applied for partner visa onshore - but were refused as I was under 18 years old and therefore was not eligible to be a sponsor. We again went to MRT and unfortunately were refused again, the tribunal member did say that the tribunal felt sympathy for us as we provided so much evidence and definitely are a genuine couple, although she is not able to waive the criteria. I was wondering if all this history makes my partner's case 'complex' meaning that it could take longer to be granted. He never stayed in Australia illegally. He has only been refused 2 visas
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Thanks becky for your help and wishes. Yes i booked tickets to bring my family with me this month.

Again thanks for help,God bless


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