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Old 05-28-2013, 01:44 AM
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Yeah, be patient - like I said my partner's application was received by them on Thursday 16th May (According to Auspost tracking) and they didn't deduct the application fee until the following Wednesday 22nd May. Give them a few days more yet and then maybe try to call again.

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Yeah, be patient - like I said my partner's application was received by them on Thursday 16th May (According to Auspost tracking) and they didn't deduct the application fee until the following Wednesday 22nd May. Give them a few days more yet and then maybe try to call again.
Yeah I have to be. I just dont wanna overstay. But I remember once, I went back to Malaysia and came back here with like only few days left on my visa. At the airport, an immigration agent asked me(very nicely and understanding) what was going on so I told her that I was extending my student visa. So, in my email, I received a letter from the immigration giving me 28 days to apply for new student visa. So I think that was nice.

P/S: Procrastination is really bad. HEHEHE


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Old 05-29-2013, 08:18 AM
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I got a phone call today from Immigration asking for my wife. I didn't know who it was on the phone so I said "Sure, may I ask who's calling" to which they replied with "so and so from dept of Immigration... Oh, is that BonezAU?" Yes... I said. The lady at DIAC was looking through our 820 application and couldn't find our marriage certificate. I swore we didn't forget it!! ... she had spent ages looking and couldn't find it. It was included and I mentioned to her which "section" of the application it was in and eventually she found it.

She also commented that our application contained lots of evidence which I can only assume is a good thing. I have no idea if she's a CO or just an admin person who processes the applications when they are received and adds them to the big pile for actual processing the decision later, but it's good to know they are looking at our app

It was submitted on 16th May and my wife has not yet received the "application accepted" letter with the bridging visa yet, so hopefully that will come in a few days from now.

edit: Since I received that phone call, VEVO is now showing:

The following errors have been encountered:

Entered details cannot be confirmed as the TRN/Visa Grant number/Evidence number does not match your current visa. Please confirm your current visa details and re-enter your enquiry. Otherwise, call 1800 040 070 and an officer will assist you.


when my wife looks at the status of her Subclass 300. Anyone know what that means?
Have they granted the 820 already? or am I going crazy?

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I got a phone call today from Immigration asking for my wife. I didn't know who it was on the phone so I said "Sure, may I ask who's calling" to which they replied with "so and so from dept of Immigration... Oh, is that BonezAU?" Yes... I said. The lady at DIAC was looking through our 820 application and couldn't find our marriage certificate. I swore we didn't forget it!! ... she had spent ages looking and couldn't find it. It was included and I mentioned to her which "section" of the application it was in and eventually she found it.

She also commented that our application contained lots of evidence which I can only assume is a good thing. I have no idea if she's a CO or just an admin person who processes the applications when they are received and adds them to the big pile for actual processing the decision later, but it's good to know they are looking at our app

It was submitted on 16th May and my wife has not yet received the "application accepted" letter with the bridging visa yet, so hopefully that will come in a few days from now.

edit: Since I received that phone call, VEVO is now showing:

The following errors have been encountered:

Entered details cannot be confirmed as the TRN/Visa Grant number/Evidence number does not match your current visa. Please confirm your current visa details and re-enter your enquiry. Otherwise, call 1800 040 070 and an officer will assist you.


when my wife looks at the status of her Subclass 300. Anyone know what that means?
Have they granted the 820 already? or am I going crazy?

Hi there

We've got a similar situation going on with VEVO - my husband has a visa grant number from his initial visa (prior to our partner visa application), and then was given a separate visa grant number for his bridging visa in relation to the partner visa application... in regards to vevo, only the older visa grant number shows up details.... when we enter the new one, we get the message that you mentioned above.

Vevo sounds like it's in the process of switching from your old visa grant to your new one.... I think


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Old 05-29-2013, 10:17 AM
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My wife's visa has been granted - it happened sometime after 3pm today!

I have a friend who is a migration agent and they have access to a system similar to VEVO but a TRN/Grant/Visa number or password is not needed, they can just search by name, DOB and passport number.

14 days since it was received at the Perth office. She had not even received the "We have accepted your application" letter nor a bridging visa. It went immediately from the subclass 300 to the subclass 820 in only 14 days.

Received 16th May (via Australia post).
Visa application charge deducted 22nd May
820 Granted today.


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Old 05-29-2013, 10:43 AM
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My wife's visa has been granted - it happened sometime after 3pm today!

I have a friend who is a migration agent and they have access to a system similar to VEVO but a TRN/Grant/Visa number or password is not needed, they can just search by name, DOB and passport number.

14 days since it was received at the Perth office. She had not even received the "We have accepted your application" letter nor a bridging visa. It went immediately from the subclass 300 to the subclass 820 in only 14 days.

Received 16th May (via Australia post).
Visa application charge deducted 22nd May
820 Granted today.

Oh wow! That's amazing!! Congratulations.

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I am new this website, just need help to apply for EOI . Can anyone tell me what are the requirements to apply that.


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I think its important to take into consideration the lenght of the tourist visa that you hold and to precise if you are married or on de facto...
I have a 3 months tourist visa and Im married : Ive been granted a 28 days bridging visa A and CO assigned 3 weeks after lodging my application asking me to fill the form 80 and submit my husband police check... wait and see now...


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My wife's visa has been granted - it happened sometime after 3pm today!

I have a friend who is a migration agent and they have access to a system similar to VEVO but a TRN/Grant/Visa number or password is not needed, they can just search by name, DOB and passport number.

14 days since it was received at the Perth office. She had not even received the "We have accepted your application" letter nor a bridging visa. It went immediately from the subclass 300 to the subclass 820 in only 14 days.

Received 16th May (via Australia post).
Visa application charge deducted 22nd May
820 Granted today.

Congratulations! That is such a great news! Good job for both of you.


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My visa has been granted today and I lodged it 1.5 month ago onshore! This is incredible, after all the readings here I never thaught It could be that fast. Good luck to everyone!

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