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hello everyone pls i am currently facing big problem with my husband friend..he treated me that he will going to call immigration and block me to enter australia. then i am in my visa processing stage...me and my husband is in good term only his friend have a big problem with me...my question is do his friend have the right to block me in the immigration? do i need to inform immigration whats happening so the immigrations will know? pls help
Hi I agree, yes the friend could cause some problems depending on what he is using against. Though the pervious post is correct much more info is required to assist.
If it is to personal you may wish to private message, a senior female member like College Girl or Nelly87

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hello everyone pls i am currently facing big problem with my husband friend..he treated me that he will going to call immigration and block me to enter australia. then i am in my visa processing stage...me and my husband is in good term only his friend have a big problem with me...my question is do his friend have the right to block me in the immigration? do i need to inform immigration whats happening so the immigrations will know? pls help
Everyone has a right to complain there is nothing you can do to stop them from doing that. However, immigration should give you and your husband the right and opportunity to rebut! Obviously immigration does not believe everything that is submitted to them - they will investigate it. In your case if would be handed over to your case officer I would expect.

I personally would give the case office a heads up that it might happen and to let her know that you and your husband will reply and provide additional proof for any claims that his friend has made.

Also I would like to add the most likely he will need to complain in writing, government offices generally will not accept complaints unless they are in writing.

It is unfortunate that his friend is going to complain, but unfortunately not everyone will be supportive which is sad.


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extract from letter sent to me from my senior co in Manila

Please note however that every year the Australian Government sets the
overall migration program as part of the Budget process. The department has
a responsibility to ensure that the number of visas granted overall and
within each visa category are in accordance with the planning levels.


The department currently receives more applications than there are places
available in the family stream of the migration program. This means that
there will be some increase in processing times for these visas and so,
whilst an application may have no further outstanding processing
requirements the visa cannot however be finalised as we need to manage
program and planning levels in the order of the date of lodgement.

I suggest you use the link below from the immigration departments website to learn about capping and cueing
Family Stream
Capping and Queuing
But in short
Partner category visas:
•Partner (subclasses 309/100 and 820/801) visas cannot be capped.
Prospective Marriage (fiancé) (subclass 300) visas may be subject to capping.
If use the link you will realize that program and planning relates to capping

Therefore Eliegh, the info I am providing is based on written fact, good luck to you as your CO does not sound to knowledgeable. A migration expert has also reviewed my letter the Embassy sent us and has confirmed that it appears to be capping applied.
Very well said thankyou for your very informative reply i really apreciate the fact that you well explained it to me goodluck to all of us and im still hoping and praying for the best


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No problems Eliegh,
You have seen my signature block, so as to contribute to the forum can I get you to do a timeline and encourage others to do the same. It helps senior members/moderators to assist in answering people's question. I have previously posted the instructions to do this on this thread.

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hello everyone pls i am currently facing big problem with my husband friend..he treated me that he will going to call immigration and block me to enter australia. then i am in my visa processing stage...me and my husband is in good term only his friend have a big problem with me...my question is do his friend have the right to block me in the immigration? do i need to inform immigration whats happening so the immigrations will know? pls help
The question is why his friend have a big problem on you? I remembered one member here someone dub her in and I forgot her username


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No problems Eliegh,
You have seen my signature block, so as to contribute to the forum can I get you to do a timeline and encourage others to do the same. It helps senior members/moderators to assist in answering people's question. I have previously posted the instructions to do this on this thread.
Good evening aussieboy07,,


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Anyway, i just called the embassy and asked about the information youve given to all people here who are patiently waiting for their visa, ( the quota thingy of pmv300) they told me that THERE's NO SUCH THING AS QUOTA for pmv 300 nor 309. The decision will be based on the documents of the applicant. The one that i talked to was kinda shocked after she heard my question.
To all people here who are patiently waiting, dont base your visa to a conclusion we will be granted this month!! Yahoooo! hehe
Actually there's nothing wrong with eleigh's post. We suppose to gather more informations. Just an opinion. *_&

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Hi Kirtinchelsea
You need to provide additional information, ie: obviously visa 309 and what is the issue. ABC is a female from PH currently living in Australia. Perhaps you may wish to private message her for further advice. Obviously you are worried about your husband's friend having information about you. I could guess but I think you need to take this to a private forum with a female

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Hi ABC
Still sitting here waiting, you have no doubt seen previous posts. The worst bit is I know we will be approved but have to wait until July. The wait is impacting on our relationship as we are apart. Though I hope all is good for you and hubby.

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Still sitting here waiting, you have no doubt seen previous posts. The worst bit is I know we will be approved but have to wait until July. The wait is impacting on our relationship as we are apart. Though I hope all is good for you and hubby.
Yeah it's all good here spending a week off in Brisbane with my husband .Im sorry to hear you reach 9 months ,I know how you feel it's a bit fustrating waiting for that long.Actually I feel that before when I came back ph and waiting for a grant letter to show up for a week but when I ring them our co resign .


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