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Old 01-23-2019, 04:00 AM
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Just noticed today that the 801 processing time has increased again to 20 - 26 months.

I'm wondering if anyone out here with a similar timeline as mine still waiting for theirs? This has been dragging on for too long and today is one of the days that this is really getting to me.....

820 Applied: 07 Aug 2015
820 Granted 07 Dec 2016
801 Applied: 19 Jun 2017
19months since 801 application and counting....

Also, I've supplied the Police Check as the applicant, does my husband also need a police check as the sponsor?

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Mine : 820 applied 29th September 2015
820 grant. 23 the December 2016
801 applied 23th October 2017
15 months waiting .....
Last week sent enquire form
Monday 21th January upload new documents

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Hi JandE , who many months you waiting for ? I submitted the enquiry form last week and until today it’s been waiting for 15 months ...
Only 8 months, but I contacted them when I saw this on the IMMI account:
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This application requires additional supporting documentation. Please check correspondence and attach the requested documents.


But I haven't been asked for anything, so I asked them to clarify this.

I am hoping we are in the 75% that get completed in 19 months and under.
I seem to have seen quite a few that are done in 12 months or less, and would prefer 12 months <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />
My IMM accout have that same sentence . But hear nothing and the state showing “ further assessment “


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How could the average wait have gone up again?? Month after month they just keep adding on another month to the expected wait


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How could the average wait have gone up again?? Month after month they just keep adding on another month to the expected wait
More people apply for visas, and it all slows down.

The change is that 75% of the grants in December took under 20 months, compared to 75% being under 19 months for the November grants.

If they produced figures for each 25% we might get to see the better quality applications showing as faster, while the poor quality ones (insufficient evidence etc) are taking longer. Anything is possible.

However, with the reduction in the number of visas being available and the increase in applications, the time each visa has to be dragged out for, will get longer.


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More people apply for visas, and it all slows down.

The change is that 75% of the grants in December took under 20 months, compared to 75% being under 19 months for the November grants.

If they produced figures for each 25% we might get to see the better quality applications showing as faster, while the poor quality ones (insufficient evidence etc) are taking longer. Anything is possible.

However, with the reduction in the number of visas being available and the increase in applications, the time each visa has to be dragged out for, will get longer.
So it's still likely that I'll get my visa within a year? I can't imagine having to wait 24 months


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Also, does my partner need to upload her written Statutory Declaration document to her own immigration portal like with the 820 application, or do i just upload this for her now as an attachment to my 801 application?


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Also, does my partner need to upload her written Statutory Declaration document to her own immigration portal like with the 820 application, or do i just upload this for her now as an attachment to my 801 application?
We uploaded my husband's on my 801 application.

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Also, does my partner need to upload her written Statutory Declaration document to her own immigration portal like with the 820 application, or do i just upload this for her now as an attachment to my 801 application?
We uploaded my husband's on my 801 application.
Thanks good to know.


When I upload all the passport scans and what not do I need to get these signed and verified by an authorised person again like with the 820?

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When I upload all the passport scans and what not do I need to get these signed and verified by an authorised person again like with the 820?
If you do colour scans, they do not have to be verified. If you do black and white, then yes, you will need to have them verified.

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When I upload all the passport scans and what not do I need to get these signed and verified by an authorised person again like with the 820?
If you do colour scans, they do not have to be verified. If you do black and white, then yes, you will need to have them verified.
is that stated anywhere?

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