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Old 05-26-2013, 10:17 AM
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Do not worry about the TB as it was many years ago and I am sure you had treatment so it will not show up on your current xrays. My friends wife had TB when she applied to come to Australia, she had to wait until it was treated (took 1 year) but then she was allowed entry to Australia and still happily married 8 years on.

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Thanks, aussieboy and danielle_ramon. Just worries, confusion and craziness going on while waiting. "VISA APPROVED" post, have not seen it for so long anyone there who already got their visas? where are you noooooow? Pls post.

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Have a look at the immigration site it is now quoting 12 months for approval for visa 309 and 300. I know visa 300 due to capping will not be approved until July and just accept that. You have just applied 16 Jan 2013 so do not expect anything until Jan 2014, anything sooner is a bonus.
You can yell/seek political intervention but to be honest at the end of the day, you just have to wait

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Have a look at the immigration site it is now quoting 12 months for approval for visa 309 and 300. I know visa 300 due to capping will not be approved until July and just accept that. You have just applied 16 Jan 2013 so do not expect anything until Jan 2014, anything sooner is a bonus.
You can yell/seek political intervention but to be honest at the end of the day, you just have to wait
What they have done is taken out the quoted average time in the Philippine embassy....why?????, is Australia being overwhelmed with boat people and overstayers, has the Government slowed the visa approvals down,probably.
Will a new Government make a difference, probably not.

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Yeah the DIAC standard time has always been 12 months but the manila embassy was processing faster 6 to 9 months. I think this might have something to do with the changes in the work visa, so now people are applying for family visas

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Yeah the DIAC standard time has always been 12 months but the manila embassy was processing faster 6 to 9 months. I think this might have something to do with the changes in the work visa, so now people are applying for family visas
Aussieboy,Just thought I would let you know that I'm in the philippines and the weather is great.
My wife is going to apply for another tv, may as well have 3 months in australia while waiting for 12 months.....

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Old 05-27-2013, 03:54 AM
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hello everyone after 3 weeks of waiting i got my spouse visa.. GOD BLESS everyone and just keep believing and keep praying nothings impossible.



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Wow Briana, that was quick.

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Wow Briana, that was quick.
Hello yes it wa so quick, even me can't believed, everyone's say its rare.. So thankful and so blessed.

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[QUOTE=briana;95113]hello everyone after 3 weeks of waiting i got my spouse visa.. [COLOR="Magenta"] GOD BLESS everyone and just keep believing and keep praying nothings impossible

hi B good luck to you, I reckon they accidentally hit the approved button. This is the quickest I have ever seen and it makes no sense

I am curious how long have you been married and how long have you lived together? Also do you have children together

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