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Old 10-17-2014, 10:27 AM
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Well I'm living near Perth, so we mailed them straight into the office there. Been into the immi offices there a few times to submit things and get forms.
The only online applications I submitted were my first tourist visa a few years back and my student visa. No idea where exactly they processed those, haha


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My partner and I also applied in March 2014 from Sydney and our file was transfered to Brisbane recently. Question is, is there anyone here assessed in Brisbane too?
We received an email from our case officer recently and responded accordingly. However, we have not received the response from our case officer yet. Guess it might take at least a few more months prior to the outcome.


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We applied online and we're in NSW so I'm assuming our application was in Sydney first.
Island Girl, what did your CO email you about?

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Sounds great May I ask what you replied to their first Email? Only that you've already provided all the required documents?
I replied that I had sent everything in and wanted to confirm that they received all of my paperwork. I doubt I'll hear anything back but I figured that it couldn't hurt.


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I replied that I had sent everything in and wanted to confirm that they received all of my paperwork. I doubt I'll hear anything back but I figured that it couldn't hurt.

Yeah, maybe I should write something back too....I mean it clearly states that there's no need to reply but I'm also thinking it can't hurt. Hm, not sure yet

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Yeah, maybe I should write something back too....I mean it clearly states that there's no need to reply but I'm also thinking it can't hurt. Hm, not sure yet
No it cant hurt, i replied with a question on two occasions and got a polite reply within a day each time.

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Hi Starlight. I apologise for the late reply. My case is probably not quite the same as yours as I am on Bridging Visa C due to my previous visa refusal. I had sent the application to Sydney office, however, 6 months later, my case was transfered to Brisbane and my case officer requested a comment on Schedule 3 Criteria and evidence of our long term spouse relationship. My husband and I then replied accordingly. As for now, we are anxiously awaiting the response.


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Hi Starlight. I apologise for the late reply. My case is probably not quite the same as yours as I am on Bridging Visa C due to my previous visa refusal. I had sent the application to Sydney office, however, 6 months later, my case was transfered to Brisbane and my case officer requested a comment on Schedule 3 Criteria and evidence of our long term spouse relationship. My husband and I then replied accordingly. As for now, we are anxiously awaiting the response.
No problem I see, so your situation is a bit different, yeah. Fingers crossed that we all get to hear good news soon

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Absolutely...we would be very happy to see everyone here successful in all the applications!


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Dear Starlight, Smarik and Lisa.Scarlette,
Please don't worry. As long as you've already submitted sufficient evidence for your long term relationship, you should get the notification of the grant of your partner visa real soon. Do keep us posted as soon as the good news is in!

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