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Hi all,

I am curious to know who is waiting for their prospective marriage visa subclass 300 and who has been granted this year. Anyone who applied in 2019 and has been granted their subclass 300 visa?


Visa: PMV Subclass 300, Lodged: Mid Apr 2019, Medicals: Cleared, Status: Further processing

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I applied at the beginning of April 2019. Needless to say, my PMV has not been granted yet. Last week I was asked for more information regarding a health condition (ulcerative colitis), for which I am waiting to see a specialist.

 

Good luck!

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5 minutes ago, kv2018 said:

Applied April 2018 and still waiting. Patience is a virtue...

We had set our date for January 2019 and as that has passed in March they asked us to submit a document stating we are still unmarried. We have and are wondering if we should hit the button that says- I confirm I have added all requested documents. I had not noticed it until last week and am wondering if I was supposed to push it. My fiance says to wait until they contact us again in case they need more information. Thoughts??

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37 minutes ago, kv2018 said:

We had set our date for January 2019 and as that has passed in March they asked us to submit a document stating we are still unmarried. We have and are wondering if we should hit the button that says- I confirm I have added all requested documents. I had not noticed it until last week and am wondering if I was supposed to push it. My fiance says to wait until they contact us again in case they need more information. Thoughts??

I would click the button. If they need more from you later on they will activate that button again

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5 hours ago, kv2018 said:

We had set our date for January 2019 and as that has passed in March they asked us to submit a document stating we are still unmarried. We have and are wondering if we should hit the button that says- I confirm I have added all requested documents. I had not noticed it until last week and am wondering if I was supposed to push it. My fiance says to wait until they contact us again in case they need more information. Thoughts??

You need to click that button if you have provided all documents. I clicked that button as soon as I finished my initial upload of documents. What is the status of your application. Mine changed from Initial Assessment to Further Assessment once I clicked the "I confirm I have provided information as requested" button.


Visa: PMV Subclass 300, Lodged: Mid Apr 2019, Medicals: Cleared, Status: Further processing

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5 hours ago, kv2018 said:

Applied April 2018 and still waiting. Patience is a virtue...

One year! Now this is worrying. Do you have a CO assigned to your case and if so when was that assigned?


Visa: PMV Subclass 300, Lodged: Mid Apr 2019, Medicals: Cleared, Status: Further processing

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9 hours ago, tibby2021 said:

I applied at the beginning of April 2019. Needless to say, my PMV has not been granted yet. Last week I was asked for more information regarding a health condition (ulcerative colitis), for which I am waiting to see a specialist.

 

Good luck!

Hi,

Thanks for making a comment. How was more information requested from you? Was it through a case officer or through messages on the ImmiAccount? Also what is the status of your application? Mine is further assessment. I hope everything will be fine with your further requested information


Visa: PMV Subclass 300, Lodged: Mid Apr 2019, Medicals: Cleared, Status: Further processing

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17 hours ago, SUHI said:

One year! Now this is worrying. Do you have a CO assigned to your case and if so when was that assigned?

Don't worry! Yes 8 months before we heard anything from a CO. The processing times are 12+ months so yes its going to feel like forever.

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17 hours ago, SUHI said:

You need to click that button if you have provided all documents. I clicked that button as soon as I finished my initial upload of documents. What is the status of your application. Mine changed from Initial Assessment to Further Assessment once I clicked the "I confirm I have provided information as requested" button.

Yes it's at initial. We had to provide more documents and I don't remember the button there. Then they asked us to update our wedding date and then I saw the button. So that's why I wasn't sure.

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On 5/1/2019 at 12:16 PM, tibby2021 said:

I applied at the beginning of April 2019. Needless to say, my PMV has not been granted yet. Last week I was asked for more information regarding a health condition (ulcerative colitis), for which I am waiting to see a specialist.

I hope the medical assessment goes well.  Please keep us updated if you don't mind.

Are you seeing an IMMI nominated specialist?  What country?


 

 

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Makes me sick, in the fact that I must include a disclaimer. All opinions, advice and comments expressed by me are of my own personal opinion, and not that of a Immigration Agent, Lawyer, or related professional. They are given in the spirit intended, as an independant contributor, to a public forum. No implied, or expressed guarantee or undertaking as to accuracy or relevance is given.

 

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Hello guys,so blessed to be a part of this forum,lodge my PMV last feb.21,2018,had a co on after 6 months.Now my status is in the further assessment .I was able to comply all the requested document last Feb.4 ,2019 and had updated all  my details.How long will it will take for me to wait?We plan to get married last feb of 2019 but we failed .Hopefully I can get some ideas here .Thanks!

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@editha Hi. No one can tell exactly how long you will have to wait. Below if the processing time as of today extracted from https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/prospective-marriage-300#howto 

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Processing times

  • 75% of applications: 13 months
  • 90% of applications: 21 months

 


Visa: PMV Subclass 300, Lodged: Mid Apr 2019, Medicals: Cleared, Status: Further processing

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thanks Suhi,

 You cleared my mind,I am pleased.Is it true that no visa will be granted if they have meet  the allocated qouta for the fiscal year ?And granting of visa will resume after June 30 for the new allocation/slots.

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thanks Suhi,

 You cleared my mind,I am pleased.Is it true that no visa will be granted if they have meet  the allocated qouta for the fiscal year ?And granting of visa will resume after June 30 for the new allocation/slots.

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Hello guys,

Wish to know if I can apply for a tourist visa while waiting for my PMV to come.What are the primary requirements?Is it possible that it will be granted?

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1 hour ago, editha said:

Hello guys,

Wish to know if I can apply for a tourist visa while waiting for my PMV to come.What are the primary requirements?Is it possible that it will be granted?

Yes you can. You just approach it as you would a normal tourist visa

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On 5/2/2019 at 10:09 AM, AussieDude said:

I hope the medical assessment goes well.  Please keep us updated if you don't mind.

Are you seeing an IMMI nominated specialist?  What country?

Thanks! I am seeing a gastro specialist this week. She is the doctor that diagnosed my condition. She is not Immi nominated as far as I know (the doctor I went to for the general health exam was nominated). My understanding of this process, which hopefully is correct, is that a specialist does not have to be certified by the Australian government. The notification I got was basically asking for my treatment plan for the next 5-10 years to see how much my condition might cost the Australian government. I am applying from USA.

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On 5/1/2019 at 7:55 AM, SUHI said:

Hi,

Thanks for making a comment. How was more information requested from you? Was it through a case officer or through messages on the ImmiAccount? Also what is the status of your application? Mine is further assessment. I hope everything will be fine with your further requested information

You're welcome. I received an email from BUPA asking me for more information. I did not get a notification from ImmiAccount, but I was periodically checking the health assessment status page and noticed it changed from pending to something saying they needed more info. The status of my application is "received."

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12 hours ago, tibby2021 said:

Thanks! I am seeing a gastro specialist this week. She is the doctor that diagnosed my condition. She is not Immi nominated as far as I know (the doctor I went to for the general health exam was nominated). My understanding of this process, which hopefully is correct, is that a specialist does not have to be certified by the Australian government. The notification I got was basically asking for my treatment plan for the next 5-10 years to see how much my condition might cost the Australian government. I am applying from USA.

Yes, thats the general situation that you can use any Qualified Specialist for your condition, I ask as for some conditions I am seeing more and more IMMI stipulated specialists, but certainly not GI.  I hope it all goes for you.  Keep us updated.


 

 

Disclaimer:

Makes me sick, in the fact that I must include a disclaimer. All opinions, advice and comments expressed by me are of my own personal opinion, and not that of a Immigration Agent, Lawyer, or related professional. They are given in the spirit intended, as an independant contributor, to a public forum. No implied, or expressed guarantee or undertaking as to accuracy or relevance is given.

 

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On 5/13/2019 at 11:11 AM, AussieDude said:

Yes, thats the general situation that you can use any Qualified Specialist for your condition, I ask as for some conditions I am seeing more and more IMMI stipulated specialists, but certainly not GI.  I hope it all goes for you.  Keep us updated.

Thank you. I will provide updates when I have more info

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On 5/2/2019 at 8:22 PM, editha said:

Hello guys,so blessed to be a part of this forum,lodge my PMV last feb.21,2018,had a co on after 6 months.Now my status is in the further assessment .I was able to comply all the requested document last Feb.4 ,2019 and had updated all  my details.How long will it will take for me to wait?We plan to get married last feb of 2019 but we failed .Hopefully I can get some ideas here .Thanks!

Hey there! we lodged ours in april 2018 so I'm right behind you on the timeline. Post when you get it granted! I would love to know its coming soon for me too 😕 I'm at further assessment also. Was also wondering about your post about the quota for the fiscal year. I'm haven't seen my fiance in a month and a half and it's difficult. :(  good luck!

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Hello, good to know we are of the same boat.I heard that qouta or slot given in a fiscal year in  a certain forum,(Pinoy   Australian Information Forum)It is worrying to think of it everyday being far from him.But I have the positive thought that soon it will be approve ,same as you expect.I was asked to submit the cenomar direct to embassy last Dec.10,my laptop was not working well at that time ,so I missed the information.Then I sent email to the embassy why it took so long.There I found that I missed sending the requested document on time.And was given another chance to comply the document within 7 days.I did and keep on waiting.I had sent the cenomar more than 5 times before but lately realized that it was not in the proper procedure which should be sent direct to the embassy.But anyway we are both in the further assessment status ,not too long to wait.God is always good to answer all our prayers.I have email the embassy 5 times  just to remind them my application.Last Feb .4 I was ask to comply the updated NBI.Sad to say that my health assessment expired last March 1.

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