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Old 04-27-2013, 06:22 AM
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Hi Princessmarz,
There are cases where you have not been contacted by your CO, let us be positive that all evidences and documents needed are all in so that once you receive the call, it will be days to the finish line.

Best of Luck!

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Old 04-27-2013, 06:35 AM
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Hi Princessmarz,

There are cases where you do not have any single communication with your CO and then the visa got approved. Do remember that waiting and prayers is the key to win this battle If someone calls you for anything it means that it is now being reviewed and ready for approval anytime.

God Bless!

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patience

Sorry that you are so anxious, but yes no contact is normal. I have worked out that the more we contact them it distracts them from processing the application
The embassy says it takes 6 to 9 months, yes many are approved in shorter times 4 to 5 months, but do not expect that as it is soul destroying, if you have to do the long wait
Personally I am coming up to the 9 month mark in 3 weeks times and just assume that nothing will happen before that. though I still check ( From the Australian end, all guys/girls who have sponsored their partners will not walk away. Yep big statement but I feel this is true as we have committed a lot of time/love and resources into having our partners here with us.

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Old 04-28-2013, 01:41 AM
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I have just joined the site as I find it really very helpful reading all the posts on this thread, Anyway. I have applied for a Partner Visa Subclass 309 on March 27,2013 and got the acknowledgement letter on the 1st of April then had my medical test done and requested for my Cenomar and Birth Certificate from NSO helpline that week, as of now I haven't heard from the Embassy yet but I have already called the VIA Centre to pick up my NBI Clearance as well as some of our EMAILS and the Testimonial that I wrote on the website where my partner and I met online and some phone call records too. I feel really good and very inspired from all of the people going through the process of their visa and a good result on the end.


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I am from the Philippines BTW, lol. I erroneously clicked the poland flag country so yeah just for everyone to know.lol I'll be editing it anyway as soon as the website allow me to God bless to all of us and have a great sunday everyone


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Welcome to the rollercoaster ride, it is things like this that can really test you
Got a text from fiancée this morning saying that she had been contacted by the embassy and that the Embassy wanted more additional evidence, which means the process stops for another month, heart sank. Finally managed to get her on the phone and she thinks it must have been the text sent in Nov 2012 as her niece was playing with her phone. Happiness returned

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Old 04-28-2013, 01:50 AM
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I am on my 5th month mark and still no news, my husband and I hearts are sank! Although we talk almost every hour when both have no work hopefully no more request for documents so everything will go smoothly..

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Welcome to the rollercoaster ride, it is things like this that can really test you
Got a text from fiancée this morning saying that she had been contacted by the embassy and that the Embassy wanted more additional evidence, which means the process stops for another month, heart sank. Finally managed to get her on the phone and she thinks it must have been the text sent in Nov 2012 as her niece was playing with her phone. Happiness returned

Thank's Aussieboy07, Yeah this whole processing thing really teaches me to be patient lol as I have been very impatient lately, its just sooo hard to be far apart from my partner. Facetime and phone calls as well as text messages isnt just enough but yeah it helps, Wish you luck on the processing of your fiancee's visa though. Thats why I myself submitting my NBI as well as some of our emails and more phone calls records now rather than waiting for me to contact me, its better to be complete I guess.


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I am on my 5th month mark and still no news, my husband and I hearts are sank! Although we talk almost every hour when both have no work hopefully no more request for documents so everything will go smoothly..
Hi ikihajimaru, do you have a Case officer already and has he/she contacted you informing the processing of your visa?


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Hi ikihajimaru, do you have a Case officer already and has he/she contacted you informing the processing of your visa?
No, nothing. I get the same reply every month as aussie boy whenever i email them regarding updates. Crossing my fingers, wishing it with be on its six mark! Getting frustrated everyday...

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