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Old 09-12-2018, 11:17 PM
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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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Wow congratulations! Less than 12 Months so lucky

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Old 09-13-2018, 01:42 AM
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I just looked at the spreadsheet, and checked some actual Subclass 801 Visa processing times in 2018.

The last sixteen subclass 801 visa grants from the spreadsheet, on page 1 of this thread, have shown visa grant times between 6 months and 24 months, for grants made in 2018.

From those figures it shows that 75% were done in under 19 months, and 10% done in over 23 months.
ie: 19-23 months using the common immigration term for this. (The actual quoted range is 20-26 at the moment)

However, the median average processing time was 11.2 months. ie: Half took 11.2 months or under, and half took 11.2 months or over.

The most recent grant listed shows an Eligibility date of 19 Dec 2017 with a Grant date of 7 Sep 2018 taking 8.7 months.
  • The first 25% were done in under 8.5 months. (6.2 months, 7.9 months, 8.0 months and 8.2 months).
  • The next 25% were done between 8.5 and 11.2 months. (8.7 months, 10.5 months, 10.8 months and 11.2 months).
  • The next 25% were done between 11.2 and 19.4 months. (11.2 months, 12.2 months, 12.2 months and 19.3 months).
  • The next 25% were done between 19.4 and 24 months. (19.5 months, 21.3 months, 23.2 months and 23.7 months)
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The fastest one was from Vietnam, 6.2 months, and the longest one from UK, 23.7 months.

Waiting for the 801 ourselves, this gives me better hope..

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  • The first 25% were done in under 8.5 months. (6.2 months, 7.9 months, 8.0 months and 8.2 months).
  • The next 25% were done between 8.5 and 11.2 months. (8.7 months, 10.5 months, 10.8 months and 11.2 months).
  • The next 25% were done between 11.2 and 19.4 months. (11.2 months, 12.2 months, 12.2 months and 19.3 months).
  • The next 25% were done between 19.4 and 24 months. (19.5 months, 21.3 months, 23.2 months and 23.7 months)
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Nice analysis. I got a similar output but I used a different method. Yours is more in depth and more precise. I really appreciate the work. Thanks.
If you are interested, check my calculation: Reference


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Old 09-13-2018, 05:29 AM
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Hello I've been waiting over 24 months since I applied for my 801, I lodged it threw a lawyer and I'm from the UK (low risk) I applied 13th of sept 2016. Is there anyone else that has waited as long as me?


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Old 09-13-2018, 05:41 AM
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Hello I've been waiting over 24 months since I applied for my 801, I lodged it threw a lawyer and I'm from the UK (low risk) I applied 13th of sept 2016. Is there anyone else that has waited as long as me?
Yes, Iwan4365 applied about the same time as you. If you browse back through this forum, you can find members waiting beyond 24 months.

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Old 09-14-2018, 08:06 AM
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Hi guys. I’m new here but already gained loads of good info..
I applied in March 2017 and received my 820 today. I want to be organised for submitting info for 801 but I feel like it will just be submitting all the same evidence again? Was I not supposed to submit it all for the 820?! I was under the impression that as long as you were still in a relationship the information for the 801 was just a formality?


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Hi guys. I’m new here but already gained loads of good info..
I applied in March 2017 and received my 820 today. I want to be organised for submitting info for 801 but I feel like it will just be submitting all the same evidence again? Was I not supposed to submit it all for the 820?! I was under the impression that as long as you were still in a relationship the information for the 801 was just a formality?
How will they know the relationship has continued at PR eligibility if you don't supply evidence of it? Once you get to Stage 2, you need to supply the same type of evidences since the grant of the 820. So you wouldn't be supplying the same things as the initial application.


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Old 09-14-2018, 09:21 AM
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Ok thanks... will I have to supply more police checks? The ones I have already supplied will be less than 12 months old..


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The checklist on the website explains everything. Use the permanent partner visa calculator from Step 5 and put yes and yes to see what you need.


https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/...#tab-content-1


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Old 09-15-2018, 10:34 AM
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Hi everyone,

Thank you all for sharing information on this platform. My 801 was grant on 14/09, it’s been a long waiting.

820 applied: 12/2014
801 applied: 01/2017
801 grant: 09/2018

I have been waited for 21 months since my eligible date.

Wish you all good luck, especially for people who have been waiting for more than 20 months.

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