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Old 02-21-2019, 05:13 AM
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Most certainly.

We have the same setup where my individual account is the main wages and savings account and offset account as the mortgage is in my name only but my wife has full control as a signatory, we uploaded all of that with an explanation of how it worked.
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Application filed = March/ 2015
820 Granted = Sep/ 2016
801 Eligibility = Mar/ 2017
801 applied = Apr/ 2017
Status = Further assessment since then!
Same situation!

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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 doubt it very much.

The person you asked got their 801 in 9 months. They had a child, were from India, and said: "Our relationship is 3 and half year old. Child was born during the process of 820."

In contrast, we have no children, she is from the Philippines, and we also got the 801 in 9 months, just one months after they got theirs. Our 801 eligibility was one month after theirs too.


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Just noticed that the wait is now up to 21 - 26 months. This is crazy....


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No. They didn't reply.. At least not until the visa grant. Although the status had changed by the next time we logged in, to 'submitted'.

I never saw any further change, until 'finalised'.
When you contacted them, was it via the enquiry form online?
I applied a few months ago, but I've uploaded so much stuff, I feel like maybe i should use the form to try and prompt them, or is it still too early?

Not sure what I could say...


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I don't think anyone really knows how they process the applications and what the quota and its time frame are..
The unknown is the annoying part.
Personally, I'm not even sure if the countdown is from the eligibility date or the lodgement date.
It'd be the lodgement date. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, my hairdresser had her visa granted after 6 months of waiting (she applied a month early after getting the email from the immigration dept telling her to submit her assessment documents, so in reality only 5 months if you want to count from the eligibility date). She got hers granted a couple weeks after she used the enquiry form. Had I not told her about this, she would no doubt still be waiting


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What sort of evidence do I need for medicare also? I just realised I haven't uploaded anything relating to medicare but Ive seen a few people mention it in this thread


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What sort of evidence do I need for medicare also? I just realised I haven't uploaded anything relating to medicare but Ive seen a few people mention it in this thread
If you have any Medicare documents showing BOTH of you, linked, such as a joint Medicare card with both names, then it could be worth uploading that.

Otherwise may not be useful.

Medicare and Immigration are pretty well linked.

We went into a Medicare office the day after the PR 801 was granted, and Medicare already had the records updated to PR, with a new card being processed.

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It'd be the lodgement date. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, my hairdresser had her visa granted after 6 months of waiting (she applied a month early after getting the email from the immigration dept telling her to submit her assessment documents, so in reality only 5 months if you want to count from the eligibility date). She got hers granted a couple weeks after she used the enquiry form. Had I not told her about this, she would no doubt still be waiting
Immigration actually state that it is from the eligibility date.

Our eligibility date was 14 May 2018 (9 months before the grant).
We lodged on 4 August 2018 (6 months before the grant).

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Processing time for subclass 801 Partner (permanent) visa and 100 Partner (permanent) visa is from date of eligibility (2 years after the 820/801 or 309/100 application is lodged) to finalisation.
https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...ocessing-times


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It'd be the lodgement date. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, my hairdresser had her visa granted after 6 months of waiting (she applied a month early after getting the email from the immigration dept telling her to submit her assessment documents, so in reality only 5 months if you want to count from the eligibility date). She got hers granted a couple weeks after she used the enquiry form. Had I not told her about this, she would no doubt still be waiting
Immigration actually state that it is from the eligibility date.

Our eligibility date was 14 May 2018 (9 months before the grant).
We lodged on 4 August 2018 (6 months before the grant).

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Processing time for subclass 801 Partner (permanent) visa and 100 Partner (permanent) visa is from date of eligibility (2 years after the 820/801 or 309/100 application is lodged) to finalisation.
https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...ocessing-times

And you were granted after using the enquiry form? What do you think I could say? I've uploaded pretty much everything and in the most uniform fashion possible. I've only been waiting a month or so but I can't imagine having to wait 22 or so months when others are getting it in half a year

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