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Old 01-16-2019, 05:09 AM
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Doubt it. Partner visas are family stream. The majority of applicants will have children.
On the flip side, does that mean they treat applications without children less seriously? Because we don't have any, or plan to in the next few years
Same situation with me . When did you apply for 801 ?


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On the flip side, does that mean they treat applications without children less seriously? Because we don't have any, or plan to in the next few years
I sincerely hope that is not the case. We don't have kids yet, we are getting married this year and it will be a year or two yet before we have the baby.


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On the flip side, does that mean they treat applications without children less seriously? Because we don't have any, or plan to in the next few years
No. But there's a misconception that children somehow fast stream applicants but not sure how that can be the case in a stream designed for partners and their families.

On this forum, which is an incredibly small number of people that actually post compared to the total of all applicants, I've seen a couple that had been together less than a year with relationship registered get their visa faster than a couple that had been married for 15+ with several children of the relationship. I've also seen the opposite. I like to think that having all the required information in straight away (front loading) and an extremely well organized documents plays a better part than an unorganized sloppy application. But that's just my personal opinion. I'm sure there are people out there with strong, well organized applications that have waited longer than the sloppy ones too! Anything goes in this game.


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If they did that, people would be getting knocked up just for that purpose. It makes no difference in your wait times whether you have children or not. And for the sake of any future babies out there, I hope that people are having them for reasons other than immigration.


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And for the sake of any future babies out there, I hope that people are having them for reasons other than immigration.
Hahah I agree. It's the furthest thing from our priorities right now though


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Down side to having kids... Always the possibility of immigration requesting a DNA test, which from what I understand can cost a pretty penny. Of course they say it's not mandatory but if you don't supply it, they'll just have to process your application with what information they do have (which doesn't sound too promising to me if one refuses to supply the results!).


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Down side to having kids... Always the possibility of immigration requesting a DNA test, which from what I understand can cost a pretty penny. Of course they say it's not mandatory but if you don't supply it, they'll just have to process your application with what information they do have (which doesn't sound too promising to me if one refuses to supply the results!).
Oh wow, thats really intense


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I'm filling out my 801 application now, I'm just wrapping up by populating the Relationship details section and wanted to ask what I could put in the "Give details of the development of the relationship from the date the applicant was granted the temporary visa."

The only reason I'm asking is because the last year has flown by (my 820 visa was granted under 12 months ago) and a lot hasn't honestly changed since then. We both went away on holiday a couple times together which I will be mentioning in the other sections, but in terms of the relationship 'developing' I honestly can't think of what I could say to please the criteria. We're both just going about living our lives the same as we were before the grant, working and trying to enjoy life. I don't want to fall short and have any weak sections here, but as we don't have anything significant to mention like a child birth, an engagement or property purchase, I'm not sure what else they could be asking for :/


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I just filled up the enquire form few hours ago . My state is further assessment for long time . Hope can grant soon ! Finger corss !


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Down side to having kids... Always the possibility of immigration requesting a DNA test, which from what I understand can cost a pretty penny. Of course they say it's not mandatory but if you don't supply it, they'll just have to process your application with what information they do have (which doesn't sound too promising to me if one refuses to supply the results!).
I don't know if you remember, but there was on forum member that had to do a DNA test. It was all because there was an antonymous report that they were not in a genuine relationship and she had cheated on her partner and based on the time frame immigration questioned the baby. From memory I thought it cost about $800 because you can only go to the places recommend by immigration.


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