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820 granted and what is next to do for 801?


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Old 11-16-2016, 10:14 PM
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820 granted and what is next to do for 801?

Hi. I got my 820 finalised last night. It was auto-generated mail with grant letter. The letter says simply that I will be contacted, but I would like to know the summarising what to do for planning. How have you who have 801 been through? Some people might receive calls from DIBP few months before the available date, and some might just call DIBP to check it.

1. I assume that I will have to update DIBP with four factors of relationship evidence when they require. Are they asking you to create a new application or do they provide a secure portal link referring 801 application?

2. I assume that I need to acquire 888 forms when time comes. Do witnesses need to be same people for the second stage? Some friends are a bit having trouble to contact due to relocation, health issue, etc.

3. Is 820 CO same as 801?

4. Do I need to re-upload evidence for 8801 that I have already attached for 820?

5. Is 801 applicant also required to re-take the health check again?


Thank you all in advance!

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Old 12-18-2016, 08:10 AM
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Hi there,

i am currently in the same situation and trying to figure it all out.
I did have a question regarding eligibility...
Do you apply fro 801 12 months after your GRANT DATE or 12 months after your initial application of the 820?
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I thought it was 2 years from the initial 820 application, not 12 months. And we need to provide the same types of evidences that we did for the 820, including 888's. From what I understand, they don't have to be the same people as the previous 888's...but I know I plan to have the same ones, as they are our family who did the first ones.

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Old 12-19-2016, 01:37 AM
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From the border page on 820-801

About two years after you lodged your application for this visa, you will be assessed for a permanent Partner visa (subclass 801).

About three months before you are assessed, we will send you a letter asking you to provide more information.

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Sorry guys I meant 24 months not the 12.

I re-read my 820 grant letter again and it does state from lodgement date of the 820.

My eligibility is 08th April 2017

Stressing out with providing all the information again as it was a big process already
Praying for positive outcomes

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From the border page on 820-801

About two years after you lodged your application for this visa, you will be assessed for a permanent Partner visa (subclass 801).

About three months before you are assessed, we will send you a letter asking you to provide more information.

You can't submit anything until after the 24 months have passed.

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