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Old 03-22-2017, 08:11 AM
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Hi everyone hope your all doing well!

I was just wondering if anyone here submitted form 80 or was later asked from their C.O to submit form 80??

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Old 03-22-2017, 09:51 PM
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Hi everyone hope your all doing well!

I was just wondering if anyone here submitted form 80 or was later asked from their C.O to submit form 80??

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Yes the applicant has to submit a form 80

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Hi everyone hope your all doing well!

I was just wondering if anyone here submitted form 80 or was later asked from their C.O to submit form 80??

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Their checklist says only the applicant has to submit it.

But I have seen two cases including my own where the CO turns back and asks the Sponsor to submit it as well. Those numbnuts are just wasting our time as they could have very well included that in their checklist.

So to save your time my suggestion is that the sponsor also complete form 80 and attach it to your application. For us they asked (as additional documents from Sponsor) form 80 as well as AFP certificate (and also SL police cert but only if you have spent cumulative 12 months or more in Sri Lanka within the past 10 years).


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Hi Guys,

We are now waiting over 7 months since applied. ( Applied 08 - 2016 ). Lucky my wife stayed 3 months with me from August to November. Now I'm going to apply for visitor visa again.

With all your questions reg to visitor visa, my friend got visitor visa for his wife for 12 months !! . His wife left the job she was doing in SriLanka, never travelled anywhere.But my friend showed a financial sponsorship . His application was very straight forward and reason for return was " to comply with pending spouse visa".

So, yes. Every case is different and case-officer is different. I believe don't make tourist applications too obvious.



Hope this gives some relief

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Old 03-25-2017, 08:34 AM
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Hi
Blessed4life,

Have you'll submitted the partner visa application on paper or online? If you applied off shore you need to be offshore when the visa is granted. Based on a previous post by @mpink, I'm guessing it is easy to inform travel to Australia if you have an online application.


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Old 03-26-2017, 01:14 AM
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Based on a previous post by @mpink, I'm guessing it is easy to inform travel to Australia if you have an online application.
in case if you are wondering what to do with regards to this, it doesn't really matter if your application is paper based or online. I can still email our case officer and let them know if travelling overseas. When they are ready to stamp and you are in Australia, they will let you know and you can leave the country and they will stamp it. no issues as far as i know.


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Old 03-28-2017, 09:31 AM
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Hi Guys,

How are you all...No news or Updates from anyone, not sure what immi does at the moment. Has Anyone heard anything yet.. it's nearly come to 9 months & depressing.

Pray for everyone to get good news soon..


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Old 03-30-2017, 10:55 AM
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in case if you are wondering what to do with regards to this, it doesn't really matter if your application is paper based or online. I can still email our case officer and let them know if travelling overseas. When they are ready to stamp and you are in Australia, they will let you know and you can leave the country and they will stamp it. no issues as far as i know.
Thanks .Yes, I heard the same from my friends. I just applied for a tourist visa. Let's see how we go.


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Old 03-30-2017, 10:59 AM
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How are you all...No news or Updates from anyone, not sure what immi does at the moment. Has Anyone heard anything yet.. it's nearly come to 9 months & depressing.

Pray for everyone to get good news soon..
Agree. I got a Nepalese colleague at work, it has been over 10 months for him and his application is now forwarded to Colombo. I believe, colombo office is overloaded with number of applications. Sadly it may take longer now. But let's hope for best !

My prayers with you all as well


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Hi guys,
Just letting you all know that my husband received his grant today! Very excited
All the very best to everyone else! I hope you guys will all receive your grants soon


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