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Old 03-25-2019, 11:33 PM
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My friends has told me before because her husband work with migration agency, that we need to wait another email from CO if they need the medical checkup.

That's make us confused. So, do we just proceed this medical checkup and no need wait for the CO emails? thank you!
When we did the 300 visa, from the Philippines, we just did the Medical once they gave us the referral letter with HAP number, assuming it was the request. We got the visa, with no further request from Immigration.

People who don't do it first will get a reminder later, after your application begins to be processed.

It is possible that those who have frontloaded everything, will get the visa issued faster, based on this:

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To assist in processing, you need to submit a complete application.

actual processing times can vary due to individual circumstances including:

whether you have lodged a complete application, including all necessary supporting documents
how long it takes to receive additional information from external agencies, particularly in relation to health, character, and national security requirements


There are only 4 medical centres that can do the Medical for a visa in Malaysia; Sabah, Kuala Lumpur, Sarawak and Penang..

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Old 03-26-2019, 02:15 AM
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Wanted to bounce a thought to the helpful folks on here.

We are awaiting grant of 309/100 since Aug '18 but my partner's lease and work permit in their country of residence is due to expire end of April. All can be renewed but for an additional one year and at significant cost.

Is it worth emailing the CO with proof and asking for expedited processing or not. On the one hand, my partner thinks we would be nagging, they won't care, will dig depper into the file and it might backfire. I think there is no harm in trying.


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Wanted to bounce a thought to the helpful folks on here.

We are awaiting grant of 309/100 since Aug '18 but my partner's lease and work permit in their country of residence is due to expire end of April. All can be renewed but for an additional one year and at significant cost.

Is it worth emailing the CO with proof and asking for expedited processing or not. On the one hand, my partner thinks we would be nagging, they won't care, will dig depper into the file and it might backfire. I think there is no harm in trying.
When was the last time a CO asked for more info or sent a message? Its usually anywhere from 1 week to 4 months from that time to get an outcome, that's based on previous peoples accounts.


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When was the last time a CO asked for more info or sent a message? Its usually anywhere from 1 week to 4 months from that time to get an outcome, that's based on previous peoples accounts.
Mid-October and I was expecting it in Jan (don't ask why!) but nothing so far.


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Old 03-27-2019, 05:27 AM
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Mid-October and I was expecting it in Jan (don't ask why!) but nothing so far.
WOW that's a long time, I applied Jan26 2019 I hoping mine is approved by Jan 2020, but I don't see it happening either. That is so strange. Maybe something wrong with the medical? or police record? Usually if theres something wrong with medical they don't tell until outcome of the case. But I guess its different for every case, have you thought about getting a tourist visa for the applicant? If its approved whilst your in Australia you can take a trip out for 3 days and come back in.


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WOW that's a long time, I applied Jan26 2019 I hoping mine is approved by Jan 2020, but I don't see it happening either. That is so strange. Maybe something wrong with the medical? or police record? Usually if theres something wrong with medical they don't tell until outcome of the case. But I guess its different for every case, have you thought about getting a tourist visa for the applicant? If its approved whilst your in Australia you can take a trip out for 3 days and come back in.
I did a lot but opted not to do that, don't want to risk them having a visa rejection on record for future travels. I know there are many instances of applicants being successful but in my personal opinion, it's not the easiest thing to prove an applicant with a permanent visa application would depart. I wouldn't allow that to happen but convincing a visa officer is another thing. So for now, we wait


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I did a lot but opted not to do that, don't want to risk them having a visa rejection on record for future travels. I know there are many instances of applicants being successful but in my personal opinion, it's not the easiest thing to prove an applicant with a permanent visa application would depart. I wouldn't allow that to happen but convincing a visa officer is another thing. So for now, we wait
Yeah I hope you have good news soon, let us know if you do. I am on a Greek Island at the moment with no jobs, I need to get back sometime in Feb, I will try for a tourist visa in Jan, you got me a bit scared there. If the tourist Visa is rejected does it effect the application for partner visa or not?


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Yeah I hope you have good news soon, let us know if you do. I am on a Greek Island at the moment with no jobs, I need to get back sometime in Feb, I will try for a tourist visa in Jan, you got me a bit scared there. If the tourist Visa is rejected does it effect the application for partner visa or not?
No it does not affect it, once approved it won't matter.

I am talking more about if a visa is required for a third country, you will have to check the box


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Hello Sir, i need some assistance from you.. I'm Pakistan citizens my ex husband is an Australian citizen who divorced me in june 2018.. While i had 309/100 visa but before my arrival to Australia he divorced me and withdrawal the sponsorship.. They have canceled my visa. I have baby 8 month old baby girl. I want come australian. Please help me how to i proceed my case before immigration. I once traveled in Australia in August 2017 for a month. Please guide me how to i proceed my case.
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Hello Sir, i need some assistance from you.. I'm Pakistan citizens my ex husband is an Australian citizen who divorced me in june 2018.. While i had 309/100 visa but before my arrival to Australia he divorced me and withdrawal the sponsorship.. They have canceled my visa. I have baby 8 month old baby girl. I want come australian. Please help me how to i proceed my case before immigration. I once traveled in Australia in August 2017 for a month. Please guide me how to i proceed my case.
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Oh my god I so sorry this has happed to you, we send you Love and positive energy. I am not a immigration lawyer better to check. Make sure in the birth certificate you put his name and address. But how do we know he did divorce you if he found out the baby wasn't his (Timing of pregnancy).

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Only the child or the father can apply and the father has to remain as a Australian permanent resident. (Especially time of Birth). I don't think the father will apply for it since the relationship is now sour. The baby can apply later when he/she is 18 if the father is still Australian Permanent Resident and also DNA test will be required. But I don't think he will sponsor you maybe in the future.

"Children born outside Australia to permanent resident parents will need to apply for and be granted a permanent visa to be able to enter and remain in Australia with their parents.(Father)
Most children born outside Australia to permanent resident parents will need to apply for a Child (subclass 101) visa.


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