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Old 07-29-2017, 02:56 AM
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Hi, guys. I just got my 309 today through the high commission in London.
have a few questions towards the next step,
1. when my eligible date comes, do I apply 100 through the same immi account as 309 or do I create a new one?
2. if I still live outside of Australia when the date comes, will my application be reviewed by the london high commission or the one in Australia?
1. You use the same immi account but a new application.

2. It will be processed in Brisbane. All 100's are processed in Brisbane regardless of where you live.


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Old 08-01-2017, 04:07 PM
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Is there any visa grant for subclass 100 recently ?


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I applied on 29th May and my eligibility date was one year prior (yeah, stuff happened). Now waiting patiently as the processing times have risen to 21 months!

Wishing everyone good luck for positive news soon.


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Hey Guys just a quick Question, my wife is already on a permanent resident visa which was granted in 28th July Last month. When she had her 309 subclass visa she was eligible for special benefit, after she was granted her Permanent residence visa subclass 100 the special benefit was cancelled and her claim for New start allowance was also rejected because she has to wait 104 weeks more after being granted her permanent residency to be eligible for New Start allowance? In such case you are not eligible to any payments neither special benefit or New start allowance. So what payment can be claimed in case of financial hardship?


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Hey Guys just a quick Question, my wife is already on a permanent resident visa which was granted in 28th July Last month. When she had her 309 subclass visa she was eligible for special benefit, after she was granted her Permanent residence visa subclass 100 the special benefit was cancelled and her claim for New start allowance was also rejected because she has to wait 104 weeks more after being granted her permanent residency to be eligible for New Start allowance? In such case you are not eligible to any payments neither special benefit or New start allowance. So what payment can be claimed in case of financial hardship?

I have seen alot of people who were not subjected to the 104 week wait and were granted the NSA by centrelink. When did she arrive in Australia? 104 starts from the time you arrived in Australia

A friend of mine has been in Australia for only 13 months (55 wks roughly) when he was granted the PR and and he applied for the New satrt allowance which was granted.

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She arrived on the 8th of December 2014, i went to centrelink and i showed them that waiting period starts since you arrived and she has been more than 104 weeks around 2 years and 6 months and they still rejected the New Start Allowance i showed them what the social security website says that counts starts since your arrival. But he clearly said 104 weeks after the grant of her Permanent residency visa. I went into the office and tried to argue it and they said NO!!! we lodged our New Start Allowance after Her Special benefit ceased when she was on 309 subclass visa but when she got her subclass 100 on the 28th july 2017 we applied for NSA and confirmed her ID at one of centrelink centres then when we got today the call and she said all ok she recalled me again and said Sorry your wife need to be 104 weeks in australia residing after her Permanent residency been approved. I do not understand how subclass 309 can exempt you from the waiting period and it is a temporary resident giving you access to Special benefit.now when she got her PR subclass 100 she is not allowed to apply to neither NSA or special benefit. I also know a lot of people like you said they on NSA and they have been on temporary residence besides the case of humanitarian permanent visa. It Makes no sense at all


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Try another Centrelink office if you can. Otherwise they should have an email address, email them and get it in writing as the officers do make mistakes.


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Try another Centrelink office if you can. Otherwise they should have an email address, email them and get it in writing as the officers do make mistakes.
I just got this from this page Guide to social security law
3.1.2.70 Exemptions from Waiting Periods | Guide to Social Security Law

Read what i highlighted in Bold. It is true since January 2017 the Subclass 100 permanent visa will serve the NARWP which means no access to any benefit.

Exemption from the NARWP
People are exempt from the NARWP for payments and benefits that are subject to a waiting period if they:

have arrived in Australia under the refugee and humanitarian programs, OR
are a family member of a refugee or humanitarian migrant and is a family member at time of claim, OR
are an Australian citizen, OR
are a refugee or former refugee and has a QRE for the payments and benefits specified under SSAct section 7(6), OR
have a QRE for a payment or benefit specified under section 7(6AA) and holds a visa determined by the Minister, OR
have suffered a substantial change in circumstances for reasons beyond their control after arrival in Australia (SpB) (3.7.2.20), (LIC) (3.9.1.20), OR
are a special need relative or a carer as defined in the Migration Regulations (CP only).
Note: Due to amendments to the SSAct, the Australian citizen/resident family member exemptions from the SpB NARWP do not apply to holders of the temporary 309 and 820 Spouse/Partner or temporary 310 and 826 Interdependency visas from 1 January 2012. From 1 January 2017, the NARWP exemption for permanent 100, 110, 801, 814 Spouse/Partner visas holders does not apply.

Act reference: SSAct section 739A(8) Neither subsection (1) nor (2) applies to a person if… (NARWP)
Policy reference: SS Guide 3.7.1.20 Payability of SpB, 3.7.2.10 SpB for Newly Arrived Residents


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wow! That is very interesting. It does seem harsh for those that have already lived in Australia for 2 years before they get their PR. Yet again it seems like those that do not arrive as a permanent visa holder are being disadvantaged.


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anyone care to share the evidences they provided for subclass 100? need some inspirations

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