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Old 02-05-2020, 09:42 PM
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Hello please I have pressing issues that I need advice, is it a must to do form 80? And in things they request from me supporting documents, and am not staying with my wife because she is in Australia while am in Nigeria, then what will I put on how we pay house bill?? And we have not gotten any co yet,
Yes compulsory to fill form 80. Do it asap and upload

And for financial aspect, and since u dont live together yet, am sure u dont also have much to say for nature of household
So just write a letter explain why you dont have those things yet. Then give future plans of what u intend to do in those areas. Sign and and then upload it to youe immiaccount. Remember., dont lie nor forge anything. Honesty really pays

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Not yet still waiting since April
Any idea until what months the grants are being issued from Indian office for partner visas?


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Any idea until what months the grants are being issued from Indian office for partner visas?
Recently the 309's from India have been taking between about 9 and 13 months.

Some applications from Dec 2018 to Feb 2019 have been granted in Nov 2019 to Feb 2020.

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Thank you for the insight.


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Hi I applied my 309/100 on October 2018 and from 31 Dec our file shows in progress any idea how long more it's going to take? My case at New Delhi high commission.


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Old 02-08-2020, 11:29 PM
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congrats on your PR! just wondering if both the 309 and 100 were granted simultaneously for you in those 2 months? also I am Canadian and my spouse is Australian and we want to apply for this visa while both being in Canada. Do we have to go through an embassy if we're both offshore? Thanks!


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Received the email today that my 309/100 visa has been approved!

Submitted the application on November 6th 2017 so that's just a little bit over 2 months processing time. No contact from immigration after application submitted apart from acknowledgement of the application.

Applied in the UK so through the London embassy, and submitted my police check and medical ASAP after the application was sent in. My partner (the sponsor) also submitted her part of the application within 1-2 weeks after I submitted mine.

I met my Australian partner when we were both in Fiji back in February 2014, and she moved to Scotland a couple months later on an ancestry visa and has been here since so we've been together around 3.5 years so thankfully I have gone straight the permanent residency visa.

Happy to answer any questions anyone has about the application process, I have received so much help on this forum so thank you everyone.
sorry forgot to add this ( I'm new to the forum!). but yeah did you have to apply through an embassy?

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Hi I applied my 309/100 on October 2018 and from 31 Dec our file shows in progress any idea how long more it's going to take? My case at New Delhi high commission.
hi how did you know where you case is being progressing at the noemnt ?did you receive any acknowlegment notice or it just go along with your country of residency?


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Hi I applied my 309/100 on October 2018 and from 31 Dec our file shows in progress any idea how long more it's going to take? My case at New Delhi high commission.
hi how did you know where you case is being progressing at the noemnt ?did you receive any acknowlegment notice or it just go along with your country of residency?
Usually an application is processed at the AHC in applicant's country of residence or the designated AHC for the applicant's country.


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Why does the department need details of all your email addresses and things like that? Do they Google them or something?

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