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Old 07-21-2011, 01:27 AM
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Oh really? That means more waiting then. I was hoping we would get approval within 3 months as I actually booked for a wedding ceremony on September which is part of the documents we submitted for the application. One of my workmates friends applied for a PMV visa with her fiancÚ coming from Peru. They submitted their documents in June and the fiancÚ was already asked to come in to the Australian embassy in Peru for an interview early this month. I was expecting to get our approval quicker 
Sadly they have a backlog of 2 months as you have mentioned in your previous post. We have booked our wedding ceremony in October. Good luck to all of us! I hope they clear their backlogs soon and get all our visas approved


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Sadly they have a backlog of 2 months as you have mentioned in your previous post. We have booked our wedding ceremony in October. Good luck to all of us! I hope they clear their backlogs soon and get all our visas approved
Cool. I guess it is quicker to get a spouse visa. My sister in laws visa got approved in less than 3 months. I wonder how long it would take once a CO is assigned to your application.


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Cool. I guess it is quicker to get a spouse visa. My sister in laws visa got approved in less than 3 months. I wonder how long it would take once a CO is assigned to your application.
hello Mr, frandaman...i also applied for subclass 300...until now still waiting...... im in my 4 mos. of waiting from the date of my acknowledgement letter but its a case to case basis...some was approved very quick and some are not lucky enough...just keep on praying...everything will be alright and i hope all of us who are patiently waiting will get the visa very soon....

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hello Mr, frandaman...i also applied for subclass 300...until now still waiting...... im in my 4 mos. of waiting from the date of my acknowledgement letter but its a case to case basis...some was approved very quick and some are not lucky enough...just keep on praying...everything will be alright and i hope all of us who are patiently waiting will get the visa very soon....
I hope. I am happy to keep you guys posted on how my fiance's application is progressing. It's good to share information here.

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I hope. I am happy to keep you guys posted on how my fiance's application is progressing. It's good to share information here.
it is very nice to know that some are already approved coz i believed ours will be the next.......god bless everyone...great time ahead...^_^

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Hi! I lodged my PMV visa on May 10 and it was only last July 7 that I was assigned a case officer. Processing time is now 6-12 months
6-12 months already??!!not a good news...


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6-12 months already??!!not a good news...
I just checked the family visa processing times and it states 5-12 months. But as you have said its a case to case basis so the best of luck to all of us!

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I just checked the family visa processing times and it states 5-12 months. But as you have said its a case to case basis so the best of luck to all of us!
did you submit additional documents? god bless to our application...


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did you submit additional documents? god bless to our application...
Hi Shky! I am based in Singapore so I was not able to frontload the Singapore police clearance. I waited for my CO to give me the letter to be shown here before they can issue a Certificate of Clearance. The CO was also looking for my medicals which the panel doctors here couriered to the Health Operations Centre in Sydney. Hopefully, there will be no problems with our medicals since my son has a medical problem. God bless to your application too This application is already eating me up! I cant wait to be with my fiance soon!

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Hi Shky! I am based in Singapore so I was not able to frontload the Singapore police clearance. I waited for my CO to give me the letter to be shown here before they can issue a Certificate of Clearance. The CO was also looking for my medicals which the panel doctors here couriered to the Health Operations Centre in Sydney. Hopefully, there will be no problems with our medicals since my son has a medical problem. God bless to your application too This application is already eating me up! I cant wait to be with my fiance soon!
correct me if i am wrong...are you submitting your documents directly to australia?..im sure everything will be alright with you...and i feel the same...cant wait to be with my fiance as well and this waiting period is not nice at all...but still looking forward with HOPE......god bless to our application


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