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Old 09-12-2018, 01:55 AM
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Hi,

I am experiencing the same thing. I became eligible for 801 in March 2017 and applied in July 2017. When I applied it sad processing time was 6-8 months. It had gone on increasing since. At present it is at 20-26 months. I have sent emails to [email protected] ; I have only ever gotten an automated reply.

I have called the department and I get the same response which says I have to wait and there isnt anything else I can do.

The most frustrating bit is that I dont know why there is a delay. I havent heard a word from the department since I lodged my application.

Hope things look up soon.

Wow I didn't realise that the processing time increase by 300% over one year! That is crazy to think about what it would be next year! I have just submitted 801 a month ago and prepared for it to be a longgggg wait. I do hope things will pick up a bit and people who submitted in 2017 (or even 2016) get their grants soon!

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so I got my PR today, it wasn't long wait I have applied 2 months before my eligible date. I am sooooo happy and I wish you all to be in my place ASAP!!! I am from a high-risk country
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so I got my PR today, it wasn't long wait I have applied 2 months before my eligible date. I am sooooo happy and I wish you all to be in my place ASAP!!! I am from a high-risk country
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Congratulations!! That is great to hear. Time for celebrating.

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Applied for 820: 5 Oct 16
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Submitted Medicals: 12 Apr 17
CO contact: 18 Apr 2017 Request AFP checks & Form 80
Submitted Requested Docs: 1 May 17
820 Visa Grant: 4 May 17
Applied for 801: 8 Sept 18
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Hi everyone, I have been waiting for 801 visa for about 24 months now and have not heard anything yet. Should I make a complaint or do something about it?

Applied 820/801: September 2014
Received 820: January 2016
Applied 801: August 2016

I suppose I was eligible to apply for 801 in September 2016? I have never heard anything from the department of immigration since then. I noticed the processing time for 801 is always increasing. When I checked it in June 2018, it was up to 22 months. I called the immigration department and they told me to wait because I was the 10% who didn't get processed during the standard period. And now the waiting period is up to 26 months and the department asked me to wait again cause I "am still within the standard processing period".

Should I make a complaint? It seems that calling them does not make any differences. Do you guys have the link for complaints?
It seems like people applied around that time have been waiting for 20+ months and still waiting. Many people applied around one year ago got visa grant already. Itís my 21st month waiting.


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Here's a question for you all. My oldest son was 16 when I started the visa process. He's now 19 and at university in the USA. Do I need to complete form 47A for him, as he's now over 18? Or is it not needed, since he was under 18 when the 820 visa was granted? This is a weird one for me and I seem to remember that if the child was under 18 at the beginning of the partner visa stuff, that we don't have to worry about the "over 18" thing now.

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Here's a question for you all. My oldest son was 16 when I started the visa process. He's now 19 and at university in the USA. Do I need to complete form 47A for him, as he's now over 18? Or is it not needed, since he was under 18 when the 820 visa was granted? This is a weird one for me and I seem to remember that if the child was under 18 at the beginning of the partner visa stuff, that we don't have to worry about the "over 18" thing now.

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Child migration booklet mentions "If a child turns 18 years of age after the application is lodged, the child will continue to be assessed as a
child under 18 years of age."


Not sure if that applied to dependents of a partner visa as well though.

I would think that because stage 2 is just to be sure the relationship has continued, that you wouldn't need to as stage 1 is the actual application stuff and has different requirements.

Just my thoughts on the matter. No idea what the answer actually is.

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Child migration booklet mentions "If a child turns 18 years of age after the application is lodged, the child will continue to be assessed as a
child under 18 years of age."


Not sure if that applied to dependents of a partner visa as well though.

I would think that because stage 2 is just to be sure the relationship has continued, that you wouldn't need to as stage 1 is the actual application stuff and has different requirements.

Just my thoughts on the matter. No idea what the answer actually is.
Yes, that's it. I believe I saw that with the partner visa as well. I haven't looked at the child migration visa stuff, so I'm pretty sure that's what it said when I applied for the 820. I'll double check, but I guess we'll wait and see. I'm trying to make sure it's a decision ready application, but can't know for sure...so if they ask for it, I'll get it done. Thanks for that!

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CO contact: 18 Apr 2017 Request AFP checks & Form 80
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820 Visa Grant: 4 May 17
Applied for 801: 8 Sept 18
CO contact: 26 Apr 19 (call & email/son's State PC)
801 Visa Grant: 13 Sep 2019

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I think I found the answer:

Your children and the permanent Partner visa (subclass 801)
When you are granted your permanent visa, your children will also be granted a permanent Partner visa (subclass 801) if they hold either:

a Partner (Temporary) visa (subclass 820)
a Dependent Child visa (subclass 445).


My son has the 820 visa. He's currently in the USA going to Uni, but plans to transfer back here to WA to finish his degree. I just want to make sure he'll get the 801 with me and his little brother, even though he is now 19. So, looks like we're fine. Phew!!

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820 Visa Grant: 4 May 17
Applied for 801: 8 Sept 18
CO contact: 26 Apr 19 (call & email/son's State PC)
801 Visa Grant: 13 Sep 2019

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