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  1. Everything seems to have gone quiet, which I’m guessing confirms that indeed the Australian High Commission are either not working, or minimal staff or they’re doing all the visa preparation for approvals but won’t be able to approve any visas until travel restrictions have been lifted/ relaxed? Such annoying timing as there seemed to be so much movement! Anyone else thinking the same? I just want to hear back so we can start planning moving dates and flights etc... but also get there are bigger more important things going on just not knowing is the hardest...
  2. No they do not, the 888 forms need to be witnessed by a solicitor but ID documents do not need to be certified just need to be high quality colour scans.
  3. Hello, Yes I only got back this time last year to the UK, I was out there on a WHV for 2 years (that’s how I met my partner), now they’ve moved back to the UK and living with me. We’re going back to Melbourne when we go back. Seems very odd that we’re having them looked at already but for all we know they may just not be as busy at the moment for whatever reason! Would be good to hear updates from you or anyone else who’s in this current position of super fast responses from January. As when I first saw the processing times of 16-21 months it made me panic as my partner only has 12 months left on his UK visa so we were worried as once that’s expired neither of us can obtain a visa with working rights in a matter of days, weeks or months... This visa is literally our only option! So very stressful I just hope it all works out, we’ve both agreed that one of us if needs be will just support the other whilst their on a tourist visa in our home countries until it’s been processed but we both have such a drive and passion to work hard it would be hard doing nothing for potentially months... So fingers and toes are crossed that it’s done swiftly
  4. Hi all, Hoping your combined knowledge and experience can assist me. I lodged my partnership application in the UK on 25/01/2020. I then received a RFI on 14/02/2020... and my immi account has now moved from received to initial assessment. They’ve asked me to upload via email absolutely everything onto my immi account, including medical and police checks within 28 days. Now I don’t want to be presumptuous and get my hopes up too much, but from experience could this well mean I could have my application finalised imminently once I’ve supplied all the requested information? Thanks in advance
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