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Old 02-02-2012, 08:37 AM
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It HAS to be issued before six months. Patience is a virtue. God Bless.
By the way howndid you know that it Has to be approved before 6mos?is that the timeframe?thanks daveN


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Old 02-02-2012, 08:59 AM
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I am unemployed and I am wishing to sponsor on a fiance visa. How can I do that. I am looking for work, and at this stage I am not receiving Centerlink, as I am required to live of my redundancy until a June 2012. I can show the previous two tax returns, but not currently working. How do i get around the requirements for sponsoring if I start receiving Centerlink payments and still don't have a job by June 2012. I will have at least $45000 in the bank by June 2012. Is it best to not apply for the visa until I have a job or can getting this visa still be achieved through other means?

Any advice please.


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Old 02-02-2012, 08:59 AM
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By the way howndid you know that it Has to be approved before 6mos?is that the timeframe?thanks daveN
Yes that is the time frame and if not , if you question it, Australia Immigration investigates it.

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Old 02-03-2012, 04:17 AM
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After 12 business days I got the approval notice for my wife sponsored tourist visa (sc 679) I emailed permanent migration entry in Manila to inform them that my wife is traveling in this visa.

I ask them to send a pre-grant letter so we can organised travel arrangement so she can go offshore most probably in Singapore. In good faith that her partner visa will be finalised with 3 months before her sc 679 expire.

For those who are waiting this is an option.

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Old 02-03-2012, 04:28 AM
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Hi

I am unemployed and I am wishing to sponsor on a fiance visa. How can I do that. I am looking for work, and at this stage I am not receiving Centerlink, as I am required to live of my redundancy until a June 2012. I can show the previous two tax returns, but not currently working. How do i get around the requirements for sponsoring if I start receiving Centerlink payments and still don't have a job by June 2012. I will have at least $45000 in the bank by June 2012. Is it best to not apply for the visa until I have a job or can getting this visa still be achieved through other means?

Any advice please.
Its better off to apply for visa when you got at least part-time job to risky mate to apply if you are unemployed even though you got some savings I would not take the risk.

I reckon you ask professional advice on your case.

All the best!

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Old 02-03-2012, 05:01 AM
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Hi

I am unemployed and I am wishing to sponsor on a fiance visa. How can I do that. I am looking for work, and at this stage I am not receiving Centerlink, as I am required to live of my redundancy until a June 2012. I can show the previous two tax returns, but not currently working. How do i get around the requirements for sponsoring if I start receiving Centerlink payments and still don't have a job by June 2012. I will have at least $45000 in the bank by June 2012. Is it best to not apply for the visa until I have a job or can getting this visa still be achieved through other means?

Any advice please.
i think you should get a Job first before you apply for Visa, the immigration might think how can you support or sponsor someone if you don't have job, though you have enough money in your account, having a Job is important too ...


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Old 02-06-2012, 01:01 AM
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Has anyone who applied in mid-November heard from the Embassy as yet?
We applied on Nov 12, haven't heard from them as yet...


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Old 02-06-2012, 09:32 PM
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Hello everyone! I'm new here in the forum..

Just want to share my Fiance Visa Timeline:

From: Philippines
Applied: 23 Sep 2011
Applied Visa Sub: 300 Prospective Marriage Visa,
Received Acknowledgement E-mail from Embassy: October 5, 2011
Agent: No
Medical Check: 16-17 Sept 2011,
Police Check: 08 Aug 2011,
Visa Granted: 09 Dec 2011,
To: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

If only I've found this site earlier, I could have a better idea on what documents to gather and how to present it.. I was clueless from the start >.< so what I did is read the partner migration booklet (prolly 5 times LOL), read forums like this, ask friends who's had an experience with applying a visa, and regularly check the DIAC website...

Anyways, I am so happy that my visa was granted last Dec. 9, 2011. My boyfriend and I didn't expect it to be that early, but were definitely happy nonetheless. I did not get any e-mail from my case officer nor was I called for an interview. The only e-mail I got is the acknowledgement receipt that they've received my documents, and after 11 weeks, the visa notification e-mail from our VISA officer, LB.

I hope you guys will also get a speedy approval like mine.. cheers to a new life in australia!


Hi, I just want to ask you, if you had your medical before you applied for your visa?

thanks


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Old 02-07-2012, 12:27 AM
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Has anyone who applied in mid-November heard from the Embassy as yet?
We applied on Nov 12, haven't heard from them as yet...
We applied a month earlier than you on October 12.

We submitted all documents up front.

My wife got a call at the start of January saying she needed to send some documents. She explained that they had been sent directly from NSO, but even though they had received the other documents sent at the same time, they needed her to send them again.

She sent that the following week, but we are yet to hear anything else for the last month. She has sent 2 emails but had no reply and anytime she calls they just tell her that it's being processed but don't tell her who the CO is.

Anyone else submit in mid October? Have you had any success or feedback?


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Old 02-07-2012, 12:49 AM
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Guys,I need your help/suggestions.It will be our 5th month of waiting on Monday and we havent heard anything yet from our case officer,Do we need to call them to ask what's the progress of our visa or just wait until they grant it?Is there any assurance that they should approved it w/in 6mos. if you apply it in the Philippines??


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