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Old 01-22-2018, 01:42 PM
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I have just submitted the Partner Visa application, but I have a few documents need to upload in a later date, i.e. in March (2 months later). Is there any way I can inform the department about the late docs send?
Which documents are you missing?
Deed poll and statutory declaration

Why do you need to wait until March?

There's always the chance that someone reviews your case prior to that.
I need to go back to my country to get my deed poll, it's not with me now and I will go back in March. My friends have not yet complete the declaration for me.


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Iím a new member and could really do with some advice on applying for an offshore partner visa. My husband is Australian and Iím British and we married in 2007 and have 3 children. We are currently living in the UK but have always talked about going to Australia to live and have recently decided that the time is right (at least within the next year or 2). Iíve started filling in the citizenship forms for our 3 children, which seem pretty straightforward, and have now looked into a visa for myself. Firstly, I had no idea how much it would cost, and secondly, how detailed the application is!! Have any of you completed the process by yourselves or is it better to enlist the help of a migration agent? Iím feeling a bit daunted by it all and naively assumed that because weíve been married so long and have 3 children, the process would be fairly simple. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance


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I need to go back to my country to get my deed poll, it's not with me now and I will go back in March. My friends have not yet complete the declaration for me.
Is there any reason why you lodged your application now rather than in March when you would have the last of your documentation?

Also, are you talking about regular stat decs or form 888? Is there any reason why your friends can't scan their stat decs and email them to you?


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I need to go back to my country to get my deed poll, it's not with me now and I will go back in March. My friends have not yet complete the declaration for me.
Is there any reason why you lodged your application now rather than in March when you would have the last of your documentation?

Also, are you talking about regular stat decs or form 888? Is there any reason why your friends can't scan their stat decs and email them to you?
Since we have gather most of the documents, so we want to submit it now. Deed poll is the supporting documents on sponsor side, we think it will be less than urgent on it.

My friend just moved back to Australia with her family, and she need to settle her kids and her house first.

And my brother is a business man, and he need to travel alot before the big holiday start in our country.


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Since we have gather most of the documents, so we want to submit it now. Deed poll is the supporting documents on sponsor side, we think it will be less than urgent on it.

My friend just moved back to Australia with her family, and she need to settle her kids and her house first.

And my brother is a business man, and he need to travel alot before the big holiday start in our country.
Fair enough. The stat decs you are waiting on, are they form 888 or just stat decs from friends and family?

Sorry for all the questions, but the Department can assess your application at any point and I believe they don't need to request information. So it's best to lodge a complete application as opposed to one missing crucial items.


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Since we have gather most of the documents, so we want to submit it now. Deed poll is the supporting documents on sponsor side, we think it will be less than urgent on it.

My friend just moved back to Australia with her family, and she need to settle her kids and her house first.

And my brother is a business man, and he need to travel alot before the big holiday start in our country.
Fair enough. The stat decs you are waiting on, are they form 888 or just stat decs from friends and family?

Sorry for all the questions, but the Department can assess your application at any point and I believe they don't need to request information. So it's best to lodge a complete application as opposed to one missing crucial items.
It's form 888


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It's form 888
Ah. Well, hopefully your application isn't assessed for a while!


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It's form 888
Ah. Well, hopefully your application isn't assessed for a while!

I think I will write a note about the outstanding documents and upload to immi account


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Hii i'm a new member.
I'm lodged my partner visa sub 309 on 24 oct 2017. I did submitted complete documets.
And did my medical check up on 11 january 2018 ( as immigration requested)
All the medical status are ok.
My question is,
How long it took to get TR after the medical check up??
I'm currently in Australia ad i still have my student visa. But i did applied for offshore application.

Thank you


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I can't post a link for some reason so try this. Google "dibp processing times" and open the first search result. Look for the 309 visa processing times there. These are updated every month and are fairly accurate.

I have had a few acquaintances apply from Pakistan recently and for most of them it took 9 to 13 months. Anecdotally it takes longer for Pakistani men than women but with some luck, it should still be within the above time frames.
I can't believe your luck!
My hubby and I am a bit over 4 years, I hope I can have your luck also..
Collecting all the evidence that we usually don't keep is a big big trouble...


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