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Immi stated that as well 2 years or more of continuing relationship if you have depended child from that relationship I know it says 3 years or more if you don't have child


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Immi stated that as well 2 years or more of continuing relationship if you have depended child from that relationship I know it says 3 years or more if you don't have child
You don't have a child until it is born therefore it is 3 years at time of application. If you had waited until the baby was born then it would be 2 years.


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Hi everyone need some information on 309/100 ll be much appreciated I overstayed my student visa in Aussie was deported back to India in January 2015 my girlfriend (Australian) was traveling newzealand when that happened she came back to Australia after few weeks and followed me to India we got married in March 2015 and her second visit in September 2015 and in November we found out she is pregnant lodged paper application through vfs on 9/3/15 ahc received it on 10/3/2016 for subclass 309/100 we have 2 and half years relationship and continuing plus we r expecting our first baby in June what are the chances I ll be granted subclass 100 and now she is pregnant as she ll be goin on maternity leave next month and no one to look after her and financial hardship as well already explained situation to ahc in the file just wanna know what ll be the time process everyone's views and advise ll appeiciated thanks guys

Hey yorkshrine,

As mentioned before, you must be in a relationship with your partner for a minimum of 2 years or longer with a child from the relationship or 3 years or longer without a child at the time of application to be considered eligible for subclass 100 directly. You need to provide evidence for the full 2 or 3 years depending on your circumstance to support your application.

Pregnancy is not considered a compelling circumstance, AHC New Delhi updated their website stating that.
Applying for a visitor visa might end up with a rejection for you since you were deported from Australia and you might have a ban for 3 years for any temporary visas.
Be prepared for a lengthy process considering the issue you mentioned before. You will need to provide a lot more evidence than others who haven't over stayed their visa. A rejected visa on the immigration record or being deported causes the application to be scrutinised a whole lot more.

You should talk to a MARA agent to discuss your situation in a bit more detail. Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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Visa Grant:October 16, 2014
PR Eligibility: July 22, 2015
Subclass 100 Submission: August 08, 2015
PR Grant: December 08, 2015
Citizenship Eligibility: October 20, 2018
Citizenship Application: October 22, 2018
Location: Paper Application, DIBP Brisbane
Citizenship Interview and Exam: August 08, 2019
Citizenship Approval: August 24, 2019
Citizenship Ceremony: Awaiting

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Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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Thanks Becky,

Will keep posted on the progress of my application as and when things get moving.

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Firstly, thank you all for sharing and providing guidance. I have found this forum to be quite handy and responsive. I praise God for we got our visa grant! Just thought I would update my case details here.

Applied: Online
Date of application: 30th Dec 2014
Case Officer Allocation: Oct 2015
Letter received from AHC stating that the processing has been delayed: 1st Feb 2016
Telephone Interview: 9th Feb 2016
Letter received from AHC requesting wife to leave Australia: 9th Feb 2016
Left Australia: 27th Feb 2016
309 Visa Grant Date: 29th Feb 2016

Our case was a fairy straightforward one, but we have no idea why there was so much delay. We did contact the high commission numerous times and we were advised that some cases do get delayed due to unavoidable circumstances. We received an email on 1st Feb 2016 stating that processing has been delayed due to high volume of applications.


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Firstly, thank you all for sharing and providing guidance. I have found this forum to be quite handy and responsive. I praise God for we got our visa grant! Just thought I would update my case details here.

Applied: Online
Date of application: 30th Dec 2014
Case Officer Allocation: Oct 2015
Letter received from AHC stating that the processing has been delayed: 1st Feb 2016
Telephone Interview: 9th Feb 2016
Letter received from AHC requesting wife to leave Australia: 9th Feb 2016
Left Australia: 27th Feb 2016
309 Visa Grant Date: 29th Feb 2016

Our case was a fairy straightforward one, but we have no idea why there was so much delay. We did contact the high commission numerous times and we were advised that some cases do get delayed due to unavoidable circumstances. We received an email on 1st Feb 2016 stating that processing has been delayed due to high volume of applications.
Hey go2richie,

Congratulations on your visa grant
The whole process is quite confusing all in all. There is barely any update from AHC which is why I would say the visa took so long; a high volume of applications with a handful of case officers leads to a long wait. But alls well that ends well

Hope you have a happy life with your partner in Australia

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Visa Grant:October 16, 2014
PR Eligibility: July 22, 2015
Subclass 100 Submission: August 08, 2015
PR Grant: December 08, 2015
Citizenship Eligibility: October 20, 2018
Citizenship Application: October 22, 2018
Location: Paper Application, DIBP Brisbane
Citizenship Interview and Exam: August 08, 2019
Citizenship Approval: August 24, 2019
Citizenship Ceremony: Awaiting

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Hi,
I am an Austarlian citizen. My husband is an Indian. We are planning to apply for his immigration through VFS New Delhi. We have been married for 3yrs and 04 months and have stayed together for almost 02yrs and 06 months. As per the immigration booklet we may be given the Permanent partner Visa (Subclass 100) directly, as we've been married for over three years. The guy at VFS told us that they would be forwarding our application under Subclass 100 category, there is no separate application for Subclass 309 and 100 though (309 being the temporary partner visa).
That being the case, would it be in a different queue or in the same queue as 309? In case its in a separate queue (for 100) will it be a faster process and what would be the time frame??

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I am an Austarlian citizen. My husband is an Indian. We are planning to apply for his immigration through VFS New Delhi. We have been married for 3yrs and 04 months and have stayed together for almost 02yrs and 06 months. As per the immigration booklet we may be given the Permanent partner Visa (Subclass 100) directly, as we've been married for over three years. The guy at VFS told us that they would be forwarding our application under Subclass 100 category, there is no separate application for Subclass 309 and 100 though (309 being the temporary partner visa).
That being the case, would it be in a different queue or in the same queue as 309? In case its in a separate queue (for 100) will it be a faster process and what would be the time frame??

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Hey kanwralkaur,

If you have been with your partner for 3 years or longer without a kid from your relationship and are able to provide evidence for all those years together, you will be eligible for subclass 100 directly without having to wait for 2 years.
It is the same queue and processing time is almost the same as it is still partner migration visa.
Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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Becky

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Applied: AHC, New Delhi
Visa Grant:October 16, 2014
PR Eligibility: July 22, 2015
Subclass 100 Submission: August 08, 2015
PR Grant: December 08, 2015
Citizenship Eligibility: October 20, 2018
Citizenship Application: October 22, 2018
Location: Paper Application, DIBP Brisbane
Citizenship Interview and Exam: August 08, 2019
Citizenship Approval: August 24, 2019
Citizenship Ceremony: Awaiting

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