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Old 05-24-2018, 06:28 AM
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My husband just got his 801 granted today!

Complete timeline:
Country of origin: Italy
300 Applied: 20/9/14
300 Granted: 20/5/15
Wedding: 6/6/15
820 Applied: 3/7/15
820 Granted: 17/9/15
801 Applied: 19/9/17
801 Granted: 24/5/18

For the 801, we kept uploading our "evidence" with most of it uploaded by December. We bought a new car in February which we applied for a joint personal loan so I uploaded the loan acceptance letters and car receipt and car rego about a month or two ago. I also kept uploading current lease agreements as we renewed lease in Oct last year, had to break lease to move in Nov last year, and just renewed another 6 months at the start of the month.

We also had absolutely no contact from immigration, and didn't use an agent for any of the applications which were all submitted online.

When my husband sent me a photo of his computer screen to me via sms my first reply was "wtf" cos we were not expecting it!

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Visa: Subclass 300 (PMV). Nationality: Italy. Application Date: 20 September 2014. Visa granted: 20 May 2015.
Visa: Subclass 820. Application Date: 3 July 2015. Visa granted: September 2015.
Visa: Subclass 801. Application Date: 19 September 2017. Visa granted: 24 May 2018.
Citizenship! Applied: Online. Eligibility Date: 24 May 2019. Application Date: 25 June 2019. Test Date: waiting...

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Last afternoon I've received my 801visa.Eligeble date 18/08/2016.It was long journey (21 months and 5 days).High risk country (Ukraine)

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Hi Mish,
I applied for 820/801 in December 2014. I received 820 visa grant in March 2016.In August 2016, my son 21 years old
receied 445 visa grant,and I added he to my application.In December 2016 we put new evidence for the second stage of 801visa,and since then we were expecting our 801 visa grant.A few weeks back ,my son returned to our country,returning to the beginning of September.Of course I announced the emigration.I have sent my son itinerary and a copy of the flight ticket.From your experience this traveler can affect the time of the 801 visa grant?I thank you in advance for your answer.
Immigration can grant the 801 no matter where you (or you son) is in the world (unlike the 820 where you must be in Australia). Unfortunately, some just take longer than others to be processed.

When we did my husband's after I submitted the 801 I upload updated evidence every 3 months for the 6 months and then monthly after that. I do not know if that helped or not but you could try uploading updated evidence and see if that helps.

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Hi Mish,
I applied for 820/801 in December 2014. I received 820 visa grant in March 2016.In August 2016, my son 21 years old
receied 445 visa grant,and I added he to my application.In December 2016 we put new evidence for the second stage of 801visa,and since then we were expecting our 801 visa grant.A few weeks back ,my son returned to our country,returning to the beginning of September.Of course I announced the emigration.I have sent my son itinerary and a copy of the flight ticket.From your experience this traveler can affect the time of the 801 visa grant?I thank you in advance for your answer.
Immigration can grant the 801 no matter where you (or you son) is in the world (unlike the 820 where you must be in Australia). Unfortunately, some just take longer than others to be processed.

When we did my husband's after I submitted the 801 I upload updated evidence every 3 months for the 6 months and then monthly after that. I do not know if that helped or not but you could try uploading updated evidence and see if that helps.
Sorry Mish as I know u need to be onshore when your 801 granted that’s what I been told by the Immgration


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Hi Mish,
I applied for 820/801 in December 2014. I received 820 visa grant in March 2016.In August 2016, my son 21 years old
receied 445 visa grant,and I added he to my application.In December 2016 we put new evidence for the second stage of 801visa,and since then we were expecting our 801 visa grant.A few weeks back ,my son returned to our country,returning to the beginning of September.Of course I announced the emigration.I have sent my son itinerary and a copy of the flight ticket.From your experience this traveler can affect the time of the 801 visa grant?I thank you in advance for your answer.
Immigration can grant the 801 no matter where you (or you son) is in the world (unlike the 820 where you must be in Australia). Unfortunately, some just take longer than others to be processed.

When we did my husband's after I submitted the 801 I upload updated evidence every 3 months for the 6 months and then monthly after that. I do not know if that helped or not but you could try uploading updated evidence and see if that helps.
Sorry Mish as I know u need to be onshore when your 801 granted that’s what I been told by the Immgration
Sorry missed understood the question all good thank you


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Sorry Mish as I know u need to be onshore when your 801 granted thatís what I been told by the Immgration
That is incorrect and even stated in multiple places, including the front page of the 820/801 website.

"You must be in Australia when you lodge your application and when a decision is made on the temporary Partner visa (subclass 820).

You can be in or outside Australia when a decision is made on the permanent Partner visa (subclass 801)."

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Sorry Mish as I know u need to be onshore when your 801 granted that’s what I been told by the Immgration
That is incorrect and even stated in multiple places, including the front page of the 820/801 website.

"You must be in Australia when you lodge your application and when a decision is made on the temporary Partner visa (subclass 820).

You can be in or outside Australia when a decision is made on the permanent Partner visa (subclass 801)."
As I know you have to be onshore for 801 discussion? Is that correct ?


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What do you mean 801 discussion? You don't have to be onshore for anything to do with the 801, including uploading the documents once eligible for assessment.

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Hello guys,
I looked at my 820 grant, it is clear that I have the right to travel,also my son.The situation is less complex,we are two of us waiting for the 801 grant.I think the grant award decision is discretionary a case officer who is analyzing your application
I hope to hear more and more 801 grand taken😀

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Sorry Mish as I know u need to be onshore when your 801 granted that’s what I been told by the Immgration
That is incorrect and even stated in multiple places, including the front page of the 820/801 website.

"You must be in Australia when you lodge your application and when a decision is made on the temporary Partner visa (subclass 820).

You can be in or outside Australia when a decision is made on the permanent Partner visa (subclass 801)."
As I know you have to be onshore for 801 discussion? Is that correct ?
Sorry I meant Decision for 801 as I know u
You should be onshore for the Decision?

Is that correct ?

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