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Old 11-16-2017, 08:56 AM
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how about me. i am waiting nearly 19 months for my 801 decision. i had given,
superannuation of both, both names as beneficiaries,
tax returns of both,both names on
we have car loan 40k worth on both names,
car insurance on both cars on each other name and 2nd driver on each
ticket to india, pics of india with family, friends and neighbours. travel insurance together,pics of marriages and parties,
joint account, joint credit cards, joint hbf insurance,
we were married in court but we couldnt organise party coz of money but we did a party in india, sent pics of party, everything we sent and have on same address.
living together more than 3 yrs
In interview case officer asked about facebook .i said i have some pics and tagged pics from family we have more than 30 mutual friends on fb. she aslo asked for party pics but no desicion yet its been nearly 2 months.
in interview she asked about my family names from my wife. interview was given very well. i know she was satisfied with interview. each answer i and my wife gave was right but dont know why they taking time
i know some persons got visa in month 20,21.
but same had happened with harry89 he was waiting till month 21. later on he didnt reply what happened with his visa.he got or not. i am bit worried.
my in laws never accepted our marriage i couldnt provide 888 form from my wife's parents

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Old 11-16-2017, 10:44 AM
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how about me. i am waiting nearly 19 months for my 801 decision. i had given,
superannuation of both, both names as beneficiaries,
tax returns of both,both names on
we have car loan 40k worth on both names,
car insurance on both cars on each other name and 2nd driver on each
ticket to india, pics of india with family, friends and neighbours. travel insurance together,pics of marriages and parties,
joint account, joint credit cards, joint hbf insurance,
we were married in court but we couldnt organise party coz of money but we did a party in india, sent pics of party, everything we sent and have on same address.
living together more than 3 yrs
In interview case officer asked about facebook .i said i have some pics and tagged pics from family we have more than 30 mutual friends on fb. she aslo asked for party pics but no desicion yet its been nearly 2 months.
in interview she asked about my family names from my wife. interview was given very well. i know she was satisfied with interview. each answer i and my wife gave was right but dont know why they taking time
i know some persons got visa in month 20,21.
but same had happened with harry89 he was waiting till month 21. later on he didnt reply what happened with his visa.he got or not. i am bit worried.
my in laws never accepted our marriage i couldnt provide 888 form from my wife's parents
I message harry89 too I think and no reply, I hope they got their answer.

Your evidence looks pretty good to me.

I don't know about Indian culture alot, so I am not sure if what I will say is relevant or not. I know in some cultures the couple do not marry if the parents do not agree is it like that in Indian culture because that could be one thing that is holding it up because the case officers do look at culture too. Did you explain why your in-law's don't agree with the marriage?

Did DIBP interview your parents etc in India? I know that they do that sometimes.

One thing to remember if you get an answer wrong it isn't the end of the world, DIBP are trained to read body language too.

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Old 11-16-2017, 11:36 AM
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I message harry89 too I think and no reply, I hope they got their answer.

Your evidence looks pretty good to me.

I don't know about Indian culture alot, so I am not sure if what I will say is relevant or not. I know in some cultures the couple do not marry if the parents do not agree is it like that in Indian culture because that could be one thing that is holding it up because the case officers do look at culture too. Did you explain why your in-law's don't agree with the marriage?

Did DIBP interview your parents etc in India? I know that they do that sometimes.

One thing to remember if you get an answer wrong it isn't the end of the world, DIBP are trained to read body language too.
Thanks Mish,
yeah i explained to them.
her parents wanting her to find a wealthy white man and also my wife was bit irritated with her parents. they never supported us. my wife belong to china by the way. i feel may be her parents dont like indians. her mother knows my family but i dont know why she didnt accepted our relation
CO asked my wife the names of my family members. even the kids name.
where my sister is married ,how many kids she have.
where do you live when u were in india, what he said who are you in india, which places you have visited, where my bothers live ,their's wives names how mnay kids they have, my wife answered everything right. she just couldnt pronounce my sis name properly but i think CO unterstands well its hard to pronounce..
Immi didnt contacted my parents in india yet. i dont think they will contact them. my 2 bros live here .we have lived 2 yrs with my bros in thier houses. now we are living in rental house.they can contact anyone in my family here or my parents in india everyone knows about our relation. even my whole subarb knows about us.village people came to my house to see my wife hahaha. ImmI can interview my whole village
CO also asked me why you guys went once in 4 yrs. we had money problem thats y couldnt do a party and couldnt travel.
Is there any issue if we got married in court not in traditional marriage?


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I personally think that is good that your went with you, it is when they don't go with you and have never met the family that is raises concerns with DIBP.

It shouldn't matter where you get married, however DIBP do look at culture with some couples.

Hopefully it doesn't take too much longer.


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Old 11-16-2017, 12:00 PM
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I personally think that is good that your went with you, it is when they don't go with you and have never met the family that is raises concerns with DIBP.

It shouldn't matter where you get married, however DIBP do look at culture with some couples.

Hopefully it doesn't take too much longer.
THANKS MISH
yeah but as a legal age we dont need anyone's consent for anyone.
even in india parents dont agree with different caste,religion, love marriages .kids run out and get married thats why govenment made law to marry in court.
i hope i hear good news soon as i am going to e mail to ImmI in some days.
nearly 2 months ago my lawyer sent email but dibp replied that applicant's application requires further assessment. your patience is highly appreciated. i become patient after keeping so much patience hahaaha


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what should i think i have a CO or they just took interview or my file is in queue to process or what. i cant understand.
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Hi all,

Just trying to exactly work out the dates my partner can apply for their 801.

2015 May 27 - 300 PMV Granted
2015 Jun 05 - Arrived AUS
2015 Oct 10 - Married
2015 Oct 29 - 820/801 Applied (Bridging Granted)
2015 Nov 30 - 820 Granted

Is it correct that we should be contacted by the department automatically on or around the 30th Nov this year (2017)?

On a related note, is it also correct that they can apply for citizenship on 27th May 2019 (provided 801 is granted 12 months before)?


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Hi all,

Just trying to exactly work out the dates my partner can apply for their 801.

2015 May 27 - 300 PMV Granted
2015 Jun 05 - Arrived AUS
2015 Oct 10 - Married
2015 Oct 29 - 820/801 Applied (Bridging Granted)
2015 Nov 30 - 820 Granted

Is it correct that we should be contacted by the department automatically on or around the 30th Nov this year (2017)?

On a related note, is it also correct that they can apply for citizenship on 27th May 2019 (provided 801 is granted 12 months before)?
you were eligible to apply on 29 octber last month.


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you were eligible to apply on 29 octber last month.
I've just been reading back a few pages, with people commenting that the department doesn't email you any more to let you know that the 801 is ready for application.

That's really annoying as their last communication said they would.

I figured they just had a large workload and hadn't sent the email yet. Guess I better start putting the application together then.


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you were eligible to apply on 29 octber last month.
I've just been reading back a few pages, with people commenting that the department doesn't email you any more to let you know that the 801 is ready for application.

That's really annoying as their last
communication said they would.

I figured they just had a large workload and hadn't sent the email yet. Guess I better start putting the application together then.
Dont wait for there email. They dont send to anyone anymore. You should start collecting docs and upload and apply


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