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Old 05-27-2013, 11:08 AM
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I think this is not an approval of a visa 309 it is something else. I am thinking she has been here on a visa 300 and has gone for visa 309 after they married here in Australia.
I do not understand the bridging visa comment, to be frank I am a bit peeved of as obviously I have assisted in the past and her comment is "I am out of here" Maybe I am being oversensitive but I just thought it was rude

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I think this is not an approval of a visa 309 it is something else. I am thinking she has been here on a visa 300 and has gone for visa 309 after they married here in Australia.
I do not understand the bridging visa comment, to be frank I am a bit peeved of as obviously I have assisted in the past and her comment is "I am out of here" Maybe I am being oversensitive but I just thought it was rude
If you look at her other posts of the forum she applied for a 820. So based on her comments she applied for a 300, got married and then applied for a 820. I must admit it gives hope to all of us who are applying for a 300 that the 820 wait should not be long (hopefully) when we apply.

Also I think she was a bit confused with the bridging visa comment as a bridging visa is not a "real" visa if you understand what I mean.

Also I understand what you mean....

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[QUOTE=Mish;95191]If you look at her other posts of the forum she applied for a 820. So based on her comments she applied for a 300, got married and then applied for a 820. I must admit it gives hope to all of us who are applying for a 300 that the 820 wait should not be long (hopefully) when we apply.

Also I think she was a bit confused with the bridging visa comment as a bridging visa is not a "real" visa if you understand what I mean.

Also I understand what you


Hi I would like to share my grant letter to you guys (but dont know how)I took a photos of it, I know it's a bit unbelievable, so I understand. i know there are lots of questions in your mind... But believe it or not got my 820 visa after 3 and half weeks,


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Aussieboy,
Thought you might be interested in this:
This includes partners,defacto and fiancee visas.

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The 2012–13 Migration Program is set at 190 000 places. This comprises:

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If you look at her other posts of the forum she applied for a 820. So based on her comments she applied for a 300, got married and then applied for a 820. I must admit it gives hope to all of us who are applying for a 300 that the 820 wait should not be long (hopefully) when we apply.

Also I think she was a bit confused with the bridging visa comment as a bridging visa is not a "real" visa if you understand what I mean.

Also I understand what you


Hi I would like to share my grant letter to you guys (but dont know how)I took a photos of it, I know it's a bit unbelievable, so I understand. i know there are lots of questions in your mind... But believe it or not got my 820 visa after 3 and half weeks,
Hi briana! I guess you could explain it by listing your journey to Australia (ie went to australia on a tv then applied 820 or you applied PMV 300 then got married then applied 820). Its as simple as that.. People here are waiting too long for their visa to be granted so a news like yours would really give them inspiration or idea on how they could speed up their wait so it is really important to share your experience.

Hope you don't mind us insisting you on this but it's just frustrating that you posted your visa grant but don't answer other's query.. Everyone here shares what they know to help others like Aussieboy. I really appreciate him for answering members' queries so might as well do your part and return the favor. Thanks!

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Hi briana! I guess you could explain it by listing your journey to Australia (ie went to australia on a tv then applied 820 or you applied PMV 300 then got married then applied 820). Its as simple as that.. People here are waiting too long for their visa to be granted so a news like yours would really give them inspiration or idea on how they could speed up their wait so it is really important to share your experience.

Hope you don't mind us insisting you on this but it's just frustrating that you posted your visa grant but don't answer other's query.. Everyone here shares what they know to help others like Aussieboy. I really appreciate him for answering members' queries so might as well do your part and return the favor. Thanks!

I think this is what Briana means guys, she have been to Australia on TV before then went back to the Philippines and applied for the PMV offshore , got approved then fly back to aussie, got married and applied for the 820
which every pmv 300 applicants should apply after marriage onshore then the australian embassy will give you the bridging visa straight away as you wait for its result the day you apply so that you don't have to leave Australia, you can stay then as you want but if you want to travel abroad as you wait for the result of your 820 onshore you can apply the bridging visa B which lets you travel outside Australia and come back.


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Congrats to Briana...

Does the same apply, like for one of my kids, 14yrs old turning 15yrsvthis July, he wanted to finish his Highschool here.. He is on his 4th yr this school term.. I know they still need to do some schooling there if they wanted to go to UNi..
My question is, if our VISA Gets approved this yr, does my son have to apply for that bridging visa to go back hir in phils to continue his study? Juz curious or if i wanted my kids to go to college here.. Is it gonna ba a student visa as well?

Thanks!

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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..
Hi Briana,

Congratulations on your visa 820 approval.. That's actually quite normal timeline for visa (subclass 820 Partner Visa: Onshore Temporary) to be applied after a-subclass-300-visa-holder got married. I know people who have gotten their visas (820-Temporary) in just a week.

But we're not on the same page here, most members here are waiting for subclass 300/309 offshore (6-9 mos processing recently changed up to 12 months) which is way different to visa 820 (1-4 weeks processing). Bridging visa will be given automatically if fiance visa is almost expired upon applying 820 to allow applicant to stay in Oz until 820 is approved.

Most members here like me wants to have inspiration while waiting for visa grant letter. We just hope that someone like you which most likely asked for advice in this forum would do the same in return by providing legit information and sharing your experiences and not just "you're outta here" line. Just saying .. And we actually believe that everyone here has done the right thing. Its a case to case basis dear

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Hi all, I just received an email from Manila embassy saying my fiances visa is in the final stages and no additional documents are required they will email me immediately once the decision has been made! Feeling excited and sick at the same time! Sent from my iPhone using Australia

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Hi D-R

Let us know how you get on as this is sounding like mixed messages coming out of the embassy.

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