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  1. Thanks! I was worried about the date being locked in
  2. Wow, that's insane! How do you know? On the gov website it says 13-18months so I was just going off that. Thanks ?
  3. I'm hearing from family members doing their own research that my partner and I can skip the prospective marriage visa/partner 820/801 combo, by just entering aus on a 3-month tourist visa and immediately applying for the partner 820/801 visa whilst there. For me, it seems risky, considering how expensive it is. Our other option is the partner 309/100 (applying from outside of Aus), taking roughly the same amount of time to process as the prospective marriage 300. Is it actually possible? Has anyone done this or heard of anyone doing it? It could save a lot of hassle and money, but I'd hate to move over to Aus to apply for a visa, have it not work out and have to move back out again. This is too much! Thanks for any help, I've never felt so confused about anything :S
  4. Hi guys, my partner and I are applying for the pmv in a couple of months (august) but are stuck on how to choose a wedding date? The aussie gvt website says currently 75% of applicants are processed in 13 months, 95% in 19 months. With the 9 month window to get married once approved, how do I choose a date to get married? It could basically be any time from sept 2019 to dec 2020 :S It seems that we need the wedding organised with dates, venue and the officiant all booked, right? I'm so worried i'll organise a wedding too late or too early, and not have the visa for it.
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