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Subclass309/100 after 820/801 refusal with baby.

Hi everyone.I am currently in Aus on subclass600 untill july this month.Here are my details.
Subclass 820/801->19th dec,2013
Visa refusal in April,2014 due to schedule 3 and went back on 21 may 2014.I had applied for TR and withdrawn my file and got married.100% genuine marriage with my baby born on 16dec,2014.
I went back to India and it took ages to put my wife's name on my passport,taking new passport,getting Passport police clearence etc.My agent was lazy too.
Finally i applied offshore 309/100 from india vis vfs(it was in papers not online)
Medical:->13 dec,2014.
I applied Subclass 600 on 16jan2015 and got visa granted on 27Jan,2015.
I am in a very tense situation like all my other fellow members here.My wife was working as PSA but she couldnt get paid maternity leave as per hospital's rules(she didnt work for 1 full year before getting leave).
She finally started getting centrelink this month after too many paper work being sent to centrelink.She is living with her brother.I cannot work as i donot have work rights.I want to work like i used to before when i was in Australia,but cannot do anything,as i donot want to put myself and my wife into any trouble.And i donot know too many people because i moved to my wife's city melbourne.
My question is that will I get some advantage because i already waited 5-6 months on 820/801..? and also due to my baby..??
should i ask immigration about my case by any way..?? if yes please tell me how,i mean e-mail id or phone number.
My dad in India is retired,I am 34 years old,I have one younger brother who also wants to come to Aus but he is just waiting for me to get settle first.
Situation in my home is always tensed.I always feel tense,though i was very very positive guy but immigration have totally ruined my behaviour towards people around me.Now i loose my temper very quick, and i am constantly loosing all my friends.Someone please help/
Thanks in Advance.God bless you



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Old 04-09-2015, 03:43 PM
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Hi everyone.I am currently in Aus on subclass600 untill july this month.Here are my details.
Subclass 820/801->19th dec,2013
Visa refusal in April,2014 due to schedule 3 and went back on 21 may 2014.I had applied for TR and withdrawn my file and got married.100% genuine marriage with my baby born on 16dec,2014.
I went back to India and it took ages to put my wife's name on my passport,taking new passport,getting Passport police clearence etc.My agent was lazy too.
Finally i applied offshore 309/100 from india vis vfs(it was in papers not online)
Medical:->13 dec,2014.
I applied Subclass 600 on 16jan2015 and got visa granted on 27Jan,2015.
I am in a very tense situation like all my other fellow members here.My wife was working as PSA but she couldnt get paid maternity leave as per hospital's rules(she didnt work for 1 full year before getting leave).
She finally started getting centrelink this month after too many paper work being sent to centrelink.She is living with her brother.I cannot work as i donot have work rights.I want to work like i used to before when i was in Australia,but cannot do anything,as i donot want to put myself and my wife into any trouble.And i donot know too many people because i moved to my wife's city melbourne.
My question is that will I get some advantage because i already waited 5-6 months on 820/801..? and also due to my baby..??
should i ask immigration about my case by any way..?? if yes please tell me how,i mean e-mail id or phone number.
My dad in India is retired,I am 34 years old,I have one younger brother who also wants to come to Aus but he is just waiting for me to get settle first.
Situation in my home is always tensed.I always feel tense,though i was very very positive guy but immigration have totally ruined my behaviour towards people around me.Now i loose my temper very quick, and i am constantly loosing all my friends.Someone please help/
Thanks in Advance.God bless you

Hey There i don't think so you can get any advantage of last case you had filed and then got refusal or withdrawn.

Having baby not a advantage either,as we also waiting for my wife's visa and its around one year time gone.

You can contact your Case Officer if you have got CO appointed by an email.


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No advantage to having previously lodged a 820 and that you have a baby.

We had someone refused a 820 and then lodged 309 and she was grilled alot about their relationship at interview. Also her application took 16 months ... though it did take her about a month or so to get a new passport.


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@ MISH thanks for the reply. aprriciate that. Also can you tell me which country was your friend from(the lady who applied 309 after 820)..?? I mean was she from high risk country..??
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thanks Maclaw for your reply. My wife is here with a baby and may be they will gimme some priority as she is by herself.Now she is still on unpaid leave but getting some money from centrelink.we never took centrelink before as we stricktly believe in KARMA. but see Karma attacked us with a sharp knife lol. anyways which country your spouse belong to.? and do you have baby as well..?? thanks alot
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@ MISH thanks for the reply. aprriciate that. Also can you tell me which country was your friend from(the lady who applied 309 after 820)..?? I mean was she from high risk country..??
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She was from India.


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thanks Maclaw for your reply. My wife is here with a baby and may be they will gimme some priority as she is by herself.Now she is still on unpaid leave but getting some money from centrelink.we never took centrelink before as we stricktly believe in KARMA. but see Karma attacked us with a sharp knife lol. anyways which country your spouse belong to.? and do you have baby as well..?? thanks alot
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Sorry they don't give priority to pregnancy and babies.

I thought I read the othet day that the processing times for India at the moment is 11 months - sometimes more.


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Hey Rajan yes we do have 20 months old baby involve and my wife and daughter waiting for their visa's in New Delhi India.I am Australian citizen with Indian back ground so we didn't got any advantage having married from last 3 years and baby also involve.Mind you we are waiting from last 12 months.

Some time i think Immigration people don't have any value or importance for emotions and sentiments they don't consider families situations.They work like a machine/computers what is feed in them they just follows.

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Some time i think Immigration people don't have any value or importance for emotions and sentiments they don't consider families situations.
Of course immigration don't assess applications using emotions and sentiment!! Can you imagine how long people who can't/don't/wait to have children would be waiting for a grant if they gave priority to families?? Having children is a wonderful thing - a gift...but it's also a choice and if you choose to start a family before the visa process is complete then you just have to wait things out like everyone else..

While the current waiting times for visa processing are unacceptably long - I applaud DIBP for treating all applicants/applications the same and not letting emotional bias come into play

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Then how come some people got their visa processed faster then others same country and city.This is puzzle to me,trying to understand this but totally confused.i am aware few applicant got their visas processed from pakistand in 5 months and some are waiting for 18 months.

I am aware few people from india new delhi got their visas even though they applied late then my wife.


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