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Old 05-27-2013, 07:54 AM
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Yes I was toying with the idea of going back to PH for a couple of months to wait for the visa approval in July. Even saw a return flight Brisbane to Manila for $546 on lastminute.com but figured it is only a couple of months and she returned to work today so I would be left to my own devices all day. Better to wait for her to come here and then we can spend time together, not worth worrying about a tv

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Does anybody know, once you're married on PMV and have lodged the permanent partner visa can you leave Australia for a holiday while waiting or must you stay in aus until the permanent visa has been granted?

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Old 05-27-2013, 08:21 AM
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[QUOTE=Aussieboy07;95138]
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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
Hi, I'm very much surprised than you about my visa's granted, I think we just done the right thing, and gods watching us andI'm so thankful for that, I done tourists visa, fiancÚ visa and now spouse visa onshore and it's the quickest I've ever got, we been together for 1yr. And we don't have any children, we are both singles..


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ahh that makes more sense as you have done visa 300 prior and possibly waited several months for this, correct me if I am wrong?

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Old 05-27-2013, 09:37 AM
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ahh that makes more sense as you have done visa 300 prior and possibly waited several months for this, correct me if I am wrong?
Nah, bridging visa


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Old 05-27-2013, 09:41 AM
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Nah, bridging visa
Thanks for your time aussieboy, god bless I'm out of here..


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Old 05-27-2013, 10:36 AM
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Dear Moderators
Can someone please explain to me what happened here? This is just not making any sense to me. Mark what is your understanding of what occurred here? I am really confused

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Old 05-27-2013, 10:38 AM
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Thanks for your time aussieboy, god bless I'm out of here..
Hi B
can you provide more information about your journey and your visa approvals?

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Old 05-27-2013, 10:49 AM
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Hi B
can you provide more information about your journey and your visa approvals?
I'm confused too, but its easy to confuse me with anything to do with visa's.

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Hi, I'm very much surprised than you about my visa's granted, I think we just done the right thing, and gods watching us andI'm so thankful for that, I done tourists visa, fiancÚ visa and now spouse visa onshore and it's the quickest I've ever got, we been together for 1yr. And we don't have any children, we are both singles..
Briana, we all need to know the history of your visa so we can apply the same way and get a visa in 3 weeks.

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