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Old 10-09-2014, 11:01 PM
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I totally understand that but in the same time we are genuine and no one is being conned. I am so worried I just keep bursting into tears


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I totally understand that but in the same time we are genuine and no one is being conned. I am so worried I just keep bursting into tears
Sorry I didn't mean you I meant that is why DIBP think it raises flags.

The thing that confuses me is I have never seen Romania as a high risk country ... there are higher ones around.

Keep strong and have faith that DIBP will see what you have.

Honestly I would have freaked if I saw immigration officers at my door! I wonder what they would do if you weren't home.


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Well I had an interesting evening I had two immigration officers come to the house and interview me!!! Fingers crossed
Wasn't expecting this that's for sure but hopefully it's a positive!
That's scary , first time I hear of this. What about if u were not at home ?


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Well they came at 8pm and had previously enquires about my work schedule so they had a rough idea I would be home I suppose. Last night I didn't really think it was a bad thing but from mish's comments and my own research, it's become very clear that home visits are reserved for persons they have serious concerns about. In saying that there is no reason to have those concerns with tilly and I and hopefully that is now clear after our interviews but I have just become an emotional wreck, although we meet all the criteria, I can't think of any reason they would deny the visa but I am still worried. Go figure !!


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It is all so strange. I thought they only did home visits for onshore couples - they did that to a lady at work to her daughter and son in law.

Try to relax as much as you can.

I wonder why they didn't do a phone interview.

How many months are you at processing?

It is a stressful time. I was worried for ours and I didn't have a home visit. I can only imagine how stressful that would be.


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We are almost 7.5 months in... I've been so optimistic throughout this whole process and now I am considering preparing for the worst And hoping for the best :/ deep breaths. I'll keep everyone posted as to what happens next with us.... Hopefully we have some sort of indication soon


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You should be close . I am hoping for good news for you. I was soooo worried when the co rang me and asked questions but it all turned out okay


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Hang in there, Summer. I'd be worried, too, in your situation, but try not to let it consume you. Try to look at the home interview as an opportunity most people don't get to prove their genuineness without having to leave the comfort of your own home, maybe? Heh. I'm sure you'll be fine.

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Thanks college girl, I'm trying my best to hold it all together and be positive thanks for all your support

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