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  1. Thanks, I decided not to risk it. Appreciate your inputs.
  2. Hi All, I'm a PR in Australia and have lived for over 5 years. My 'Must not enter after" date of my PR has expired. And I don't have a Returning Resident VISA. I have spoken to the immigration about going to a 'round-trip' cruise from Sydney to New Caledonia and Vanuatu and back to Sydney and it is considered as a stay in Australia itself and I don't need an RRV to come back. I don't want to was $800 for an RRV (for myself and partner. Daughter is a Aus. Citizen) HOWEVER, in case of any medical emergencies or other unforeseen situations, if I have to go to another country and come back, I need an RRV. Is it a big risk I'm taking travelling with a toddler (Aus. Citizen) ? Or is it Manageable ? In case of any awkward situations, will I have problems in my Citizenship Application ? I have already informed immigration about this. They have added this information to my citizenship file and they said, decision is up to me regarding RRV. Please advise. Any related experiences?
  3. I just applied for my parents 143 PR last year (September 2018) - and I'm almost in tears reading this. Nothing we can do to push the PVC department to make our voices heard ?!?
  4. Hi MillieB, Thanks for your help. Does this mean even if I have provided main applicant's partner's (my mom) passport details, etc. in Form 47PA, she still needs to fill 47A as well ??
  5. Hi Forum members, Thanks for all your information so far - I'm really grateful. I'm having an absolute nightmare understanding one section of the 47PA form: Part H – Members of the family unit aged 18 years or over (Each member of the family unit aged 18 years or over listed below, whether they are migrating or not, must also complete a form 47A Details of child or other dependent family member aged 18 years or over.) 1) So, I have a sister living in my parent's country. She is married and her life is generally independent from ours. Should the sentence "child or other dependent family member" be interpreted as " [child] and [other-dependent] " or " [child and other]-dependent". So, basically should we as children need to fill this section up even if we are not dependent on our parents just because we are the members of the same family ? If not, the only section to mention our relationship is in: Part J – Details of other family members. 2) Here, should my father and mother both have our names listed in their respective sections? Sorry for this complicatedly phrased question.
  6. Hi MillieB, Wow! That's great. Could you kindly tell me how long after you mailed the application did you get the news of progress ? Thanks so much!!!!
  7. My most important concern is: Will I get any acknowledgement / letter / email saying the 143 application is accepted by PVC so that I can complete my wait in India and get them back here after that - how would I know that I have applied successfully ? How long to wait offshore? Thanks very much!
  8. Thanks for your guidance - have done that now, cheers ?
  9. Hi forum members, My parents are here on subclass 600 VISA with 'no further stay' condition since Jan 2018. They intended to stay until Jan 2019. But as I plan to apply for their 143 PR, I am travelling back to India with them and lodging the VISA application from there. After lodgement, I intend to have them back here in a month's time with the same subclass 600 VISA they currently have. My questions are: 1) Will the same 600 VISA they have allow them to enter Australia after applying for VISA 143. 2) Will I get any acknowledgement / letter / email saying the 143 application is accepted by PVC so that I can get them back here after that. 3) Once they are here and go back after having stayed a cumulative 12 months in the tourist VISA, how soon can I apply for another subclass 600 when their PRis in progress ? 4) I am their sponsor, so am I required to be in Australia when the PR application is couriered to PVC ?
  10. "Also, I would like to know what date is considered as offshore - when i applied for the visa, when the application is delivered to the post or any other date?" Yes, I'm particularly interested in this because that would determine if I can travel back with my parents after posting the application (within a month) or wait until they acknowledge to ensure the PR is legally applied offshore.
  11. Hi forum members, My parents are here on subclass 600 VISA with 'no further stay' condition since Jan 2018. They intended to stay until Jan 2019. But as I plan to apply for their 143 PR, I am travelling back to India with them and lodging the VISA application from there. After lodgement, I intend to have them back here in a month's time with the same subclass 600 VISA they currently have. My questions are: 1) Will the same 600 VISA they have allow them to enter Australia after applying for VISA 143. 2) Will I get any acknowledgement / letter / email saying the 143 application is accepted by PVC so that I can get them back here after that. 3) Once they are here and go back after having stayed a cumulative 12 months in the tourist VISA, how soon can I apply for another subclass 600 when their PRis in progress ? 4) I am their sponsor, so am I required to be in Australia when the PR application is couriered to PVC ?
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