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Old 09-11-2013, 09:17 AM
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Wow nice to see some people who have been the process returning to help others.
I need your help this time, due to my lack of patience to wait to talk to my fiancée who is at work. When she received the grant letter she rang the embassy to enquire when she needed to be in Australia by and they replied March 2014. I have just received a copy of the grant letter by snail mail (ie post office). Which clearly indicates that initial arrival in Australia should have been 7 August 2013. I think some miscommunication has occurred with my fiancée and the embassy over the "last date to arrive 04 April 2014 " which is the line above the initial entry.
Worst scenario is that we missed the initial entry date, does anyone know what to do in this circumstance other than the obvious of contact the embassy/immigration
I found this on DIAC website for you for PMV visa:

Initial entry date to Australia

The department will advise you of the date you are required to enter Australia (your initial entry date) at the time of visa grant. Your initial entry date is usually the same as the expiry date for the validity of either your health or character checks, whichever is the earlier.

If you do not enter Australia by the initial entry date, your Prospective Marriage visa may be cancelled.

If before your Prospective Marriage visa is granted, you advise the department that you will not have sufficient time to reasonably finalise your affairs and make the necessary travel arrangements, the department may consider changing your initial entry date to a later date.
Note: In these circumstances, you may need to undergo new health and/ or character checks before you can be granted your Prospective Marriage visa.

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OMG Aussie..we asked for a small extension on initial entry and embassy said she either enters any port in oz n activates visa or the chance of visa cancellation is immediate....no excuses....

You have been waiting so long..just gotta plead your case...whats Mark say?

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Thanks all
My question remains she missed the initial entry date what are the chances that she can get a new entry date?? Sorry my question goes beyond what is available on the immigration site.

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Old 09-11-2013, 10:21 AM
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Thanks Dunan
To be honest I am so angry at this moment with my partner, who is an educated individual to have [email protected]#@#@ this up.

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Old 09-11-2013, 10:24 AM
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I will try n copy n paste email from embassy..gotta wait for missus to get home n open it...im so so sorry n I really feel for your lady.....hope mark really can offer a solution mate...

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Old 09-11-2013, 10:34 AM
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Are u sure ur reading it right ? Mine says we need to enter by jan next year and that is the date u must enter before it doesn't talk about a final entry date at all. And from memory ur visa only just issued in July so surely they would give u longer than a few weeks to enter oz?

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Have u checked vevo? That will show correct dates god I hope I'm right in so worried for u

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Old 09-11-2013, 10:42 AM
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Thanks for your email,

Whilst noting the current difficulties you are facing, you should make every effort to travel to Australia before the initial expiry date on your visa, that is before 28 December 2013

If you are unable to arrive in Australia by this time, your visa would be liable for immediate cancellation consideration by our office. However as you have sufficient time to prepare for your travel to Australia I would strongly encourage you to comply with this requirement.

Having posted before read back it does seem strange the entry date is so short timeframe....

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Yes I agree dunan I'm thinking that might be do not enter before 7 aug but enter at latest April 14

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hi Chicken..was just thinking....aussie is PMV so maybe shorter entry time...we are both Spousal visa...maybe that could be the reason for short frame for initial entry...

Not sure why you got no last entry date but its on all visas....initial and last entry.

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