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Old 11-14-2016, 07:07 PM
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Guys I applied for my wife's partner Visa in May this year.
Medicals and Biometrics were done then...
No interview Call, nothing after that.
She is in Pakistan.

We are blessed with a baby boy now... 15days old..
What should I do now ?
How can I update them, I applied online..
What are possible documents required for newborn ?

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Congratulations! You can complete form 1436 to add your son to her application (https://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents/1436.pdf). Your son will need a passport and likely a medical check as well, but DIBP will confirm this.

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They will advise what is required and they probably may request for a paternity test to make sure the child is yours.
I can't say I've heard of DIBP asking for paternity tests to prove a child is the sponsor's as a) it doesn't matter as long as the child is the applicant's, and b) unless the applicant and the sponsor haven't physically been in the same location during the past 10 months then they aren't likely to be that suspicious.

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Hi there! I've applied for PMV 300 on 30 Sept 16 and of course didn't hear anything yet, which I'm not expecting until next 4-5 months. I'm from Mauritius but apparently it will be processed through South Africa office given that Family Visa is not processed in Mauritius. Worst is that SA does the processing in 15 months (hopefully it's 'within' 15 months)
Hi there! Thanks for the response to my post. Mine is apprently getting processed through the office in Korea (I think Japanese and Korean applicants wil be processed there). I have been told the wait is 9 - 12 months for me. But who knows, those timeline never seems to be accurate!?


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Doesn anyone else applied without a migrant agent?
Partner visa can be complicated especially if you are applying based on a De facto relationship. Mine has already been submitted and I want to know how the others prepared theirs and what point they were careful with?


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Hi there! Thanks for the response to my post. Mine is apprently getting processed through the office in Korea (I think Japanese and Korean applicants wil be processed there). I have been told the wait is 9 - 12 months for me. But who knows, those timeline never seems to be accurate!?
Hey Daisy! South Korea is a low risk country, so all good ;-) Hopefully yours will be processed sooner rather than later then. Do keep us informed on your progress

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Doesn anyone else applied without a migrant agent?
Partner visa can be complicated especially if you are applying based on a De facto relationship. Mine has already been submitted and I want to know how the others prepared theirs and what point they were careful with?
I've also applied without agent but I've applied for PMV. You can run a search here and you will find a lot of threads on De Facto applications ;-)

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Congratulations! You can complete form 1436 to add your son to her application (https://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents/1436.pdf). Your son will need a passport and likely a medical check as well, but DIBP will confirm this.



I can't say I've heard of DIBP asking for paternity tests to prove a child is the sponsor's as a) it doesn't matter as long as the child is the applicant's, and b) unless the applicant and the sponsor haven't physically been in the same location during the past 10 months then they aren't likely to be that suspicious.
Hi Maggie,

I have had a few friends who had to do a paternity test so i assumed its for all cases but then again I guess depends on everyone's circumstances. I Just was confused if they applied in May this year and just had the baby why they didn't advise this in the application so they may be questioned. Wish them the best.


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Doesn anyone else applied without a migrant agent?
Partner visa can be complicated especially if you are applying based on a De facto relationship. Mine has already been submitted and I want to know how the others prepared theirs and what point they were careful with?
I applied withouth a migration agent but it was PMV. We are married.


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I've also applied without agent but I've applied for PMV. You can run a search here and you will find a lot of threads on De Facto applications ;-)
Thank you for that! I did run a search on here and have read some of their posts.. I had a read through the checklist several times to ensure nothing is lookedover, however since it is not professsionally done I still worry!!!!


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I applied withouth a migration agent but it was PMV. We are married.
Thanks for the response! Good luck to yours, if you dont mind me asking how long have you been waiting?


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