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Old 05-18-2018, 02:17 PM
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I haven’t seen anybody here bad mouthing the immigration, calling any names etc.
Comments like this might be considered bad mouthing immigration:
  • Government should have allocated more money to this department when they can clearly see they’re charging $7k from each application.
    It seems that government doesn’t want to allocate more funds because they’re running out too just because thy have to keep feeding Centrelink people who can fork their money on drugs and crime and have a bottle of wine in the night for free

Not exactly conducive for Immigration Staff to give us any help.. Even if the person who said it did confuse Immigration with Centrelink.

Most people, the vast majority of those who do complain, keep it reasonable, but the odd few take it over the top.

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Old 05-18-2018, 03:53 PM
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Comments like this might be considered bad mouthing immigration:
  • Government should have allocated more money to this department when they can clearly see they’re charging $7k from each application.
    It seems that government doesn’t want to allocate more funds because they’re running out too just because thy have to keep feeding Centrelink people who can fork their money on drugs and crime and have a bottle of wine in the night for free

Not exactly conducive for Immigration Staff to give us any help.. Even if the person who said it did confuse Immigration with Centrelink.

Most people, the vast majority of those who do complain, keep it reasonable, but the odd few take it over the top.
To understand how Immigration and centrelink relate to each other, you need to have lil bit of knowledge in economics. I would suggest you to have a look for this year financial figures or maybe previous years just to have an rough idea what i meant. You wouldn’t talk about confusion if you had degree in finance or economics or if you would understand what is politics but that’s fine.
You could have wrote my name instead of writing this person and i didn’t thought of taking it over the moon. It just how frustating it is to wait ages just to get a visa.


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Old 05-19-2018, 04:20 AM
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To understand how Immigration and centrelink relate to each other, you need to have lil bit of knowledge in economics.
Being married to a Centrelink employee was enough for me, and associating with them, on a personal level. I didn't need my Economics qualifications to understand it.

Centrelink has very little to do with immigration decisions, although 'some' Centrelink employees do liase with immigration.

I know how frustrating, and expensive, the visa process is, going through it with my new wife, but insulting people is not what I would consider the right thing to do.

Life has many difficulties, and we need to try to handle them with some dignity, no matter how bad we feel.
People may otherwise get annoyed with us. Not a good idea when trying to join, and be welcomed, by a new country.

Referring to your comments: "keep feeding Centrelink people who can fork their money on drugs and crime and have a bottle of wine in the night for free".

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Old 05-20-2018, 02:11 AM
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Hi all,
Just wondering whether my partner and I will be required to upload certified identification documents again (passport/birth certificate/driving license) if none of the information has changed since the grant of the 820 visa?
Thanks

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Old 05-20-2018, 02:27 AM
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Just wondering whether my partner and I will be required to upload certified identification documents again (passport/birth certificate/driving license) if none of the information has changed since the grant of the 820 visa?
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I simply re-uploaded them when I put in my 801


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Old 05-20-2018, 02:49 AM
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Just wondering whether my partner and I will be required to upload certified identification documents again (passport/birth certificate/driving license) if none of the information has changed since the grant of the 820 visa?
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Yes you upload identity docs again but nothing needs to be a certified copy if applying online and supplying clear color scans of originals.

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Old 05-20-2018, 03:29 AM
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Just wondering whether my partner and I will be required to upload certified identification documents again (passport/birth certificate/driving license) if none of the information has changed since the grant of the 820 visa?
Thanks
They only asked me for a couple of documents again one of which was Passports for me and my husband. The instructions were clear to ensure the docs were certified so I took them down to the local police department and had them certified then scanned them in and sent them. My docs had not changed but are now certified and uploaded.

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Old 05-20-2018, 04:57 AM
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Maybe a one off CO. Website states not to upload certified copies online and we never did for either of ours.

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Old 05-21-2018, 12:26 PM
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It seems there are lots of applications around early 2017 and mid 2017 are nearly finalised. I believed the Immi are doing everything their best to speed up the waiting period. Look after Dec 2017, all application have to be lodged through Immi account online, no more paper applications, even mine is also lodged through Immi although my defacto partner really want paper application. I guest the immi department has allocated more staff on immi account, once all the paper application are cleared, so those applied through immi account can be faster too.

All the best who are waiting, incl me....hahahaha.

BTW anyone whose eligible date is also around Nov 2017 can say hi to me. <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
I’m December 2017

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Old 05-22-2018, 02:09 AM
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It seems there are lots of applications around early 2017 and mid 2017 are nearly finalised. I believed the Immi are doing everything their best to speed up the waiting period. Look after Dec 2017, all application have to be lodged through Immi account online, no more paper applications, even mine is also lodged through Immi although my defacto partner really want paper application. I guest the immi department has allocated more staff on immi account, once all the paper application are cleared, so those applied through immi account can be faster too.

All the best who are waiting, incl me....hahahaha.

BTW anyone whose eligible date is also around Nov 2017 can say hi to me. <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
I’m December 2017
August 2016 still waiting:-((

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