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Old 02-24-2019, 02:04 AM
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Your IMMI account was saying they were waiting for information requested? Then what was your state showing ?
I just checked again, and the status was actually "Initial assessment"

My message to them, in January, was:

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We have just logged into the IMMI account and saw this bit: "This application requires additional supporting documentation. Please check correspondence and attach the requested documents."

However, there is no message requesting anything else, and we wonder if you are needing more information.
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Application status: Initial assessment
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This application requires additional supporting documentation. Please check correspondence and attach the requested documents.
As our eligibility date was at the time that they were not sending out emails, I assume it went to "Initial assessment" automatically, and they were waiting for info, but somehow hadn't realised we had submitted it. (In August and December).

I did add a few more photos after that date, of our November trip to Sydney, current joint bank accounts, and screenshot of part of Tax Return showing spouse name on each.


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I think theres a lot of undercover stuff people dont realise. I know some applications get accepted outside of Australia. My 820 got accepted in Vietnam Maybe the different times it takes for people to get accepted depends on which office they get assigned too? and maybe each office has different ways of updating the application (received/initial assessment/further assessment etc)

I need the 801 so I can pay domestic, international is so expensive. I wont send any emails until 6 months after eligibility (around october time). I do find it a little weight my application took 4 days to go to further assessment when i applied 1.5 months early. I would have thought they would have ignored it!

I also think the timeline went up to 21 months because a lot of posts i am reading, people dont know they have to apply for the 801 and so do it late. I think if everyone submitted their application 1 month before with everything the average would be around 1 year. Immi really should give some better timeline estimates.... according to the 2018 spreadsheet most people got theirs within 9 months with no obvious difference between high risk and low risk countries


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Submitted Requested Docs: 1 May 17
820 Visa Grant: 4 May 17
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If you have your 820 visa, you shouldn't have to pay international fees. However, you won't be commonwealth eligible, so you'd be a full fee paying domestic student. I'm dealing with this with my son, who is currently at university in the US due to having to be a full fee paying student if he were to attend uni here in WA (we're on the 820 waiting for the 801). Once we have the 801, he should be commonwealth eligible. He won't be able to access HECS loans or anything for 2 years, but still has his US financial aid, which is basically the same. If I were you, I'd look into the University that you're wishing to attend and check the 820 visa with regards to fees.
I am also in WA. As far as I know, 820 visa holders don't pay domestic fees.. Have you confirmed with any uni?


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If you have your 820 visa, you shouldn't have to pay international fees. However, you won't be commonwealth eligible, so you'd be a full fee paying domestic student. I'm dealing with this with my son, who is currently at university in the US due to having to be a full fee paying student if he were to attend uni here in WA (we're on the 820 waiting for the 801). Once we have the 801, he should be commonwealth eligible. He won't be able to access HECS loans or anything for 2 years, but still has his US financial aid, which is basically the same. If I were you, I'd look into the University that you're wishing to attend and check the 820 visa with regards to fees.
Until you get 801 you are international fees I have checked with multiple unis and tafes


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Immi really should give some better timeline estimates.... according to the 2018 spreadsheet most people got theirs within 9 months with no obvious difference between high risk and low risk countries
Definitely agree that Immi should give better timelines.
The figures they give are actuals from the previous month.
They could easily do it for each 25% group which could end up as something like:
25% between 3 and 9 months
50% between 9 and 12 months
75% between 12 and 21 months.. Etc
The above example would fit with current actual timeframes. 75% under 21 months.

It would be more interesting if they did...


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Definitely agree that Immi should give better timelines.
The figures they give are actuals from the previous month.
They could easily do it for each 25% group which could end up as something like:
25% between 3 and 9 months
50% between 9 and 12 months
75% between 12 and 21 months.. Etc
The above example would fit with current actual timeframes. 75% under 21 months.

It would be more interesting if they did...
That would make sense, i do think they didnt do many over xmas and new year. I know they have a quota for the year, like 50,000 per year accepted, i wonder when that resets? or if they can only accept X many per month.

I do think theres people who forget to apply and they up the timeframe quite significantly. Especially people who get their 820s in 2 or 3 years as some people think you have to wait another year after that. I hope o fall int he first 25% i am so excited to become a nurse when i think about it i can hardly sleep xD


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Until you get 801 you are international fees I have checked with multiple unis and tafes
In WA, nursing diploma is government subsidised to temporary partner visa holders. But still I am paying full domestic fees.


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From Griffith University :

I have a 'temporary residency' partner/provisional visa and I am waiting for my permanent residency visa. Am I considered a domestic student?

No. You can only change your status to a domestic student once you have been granted permanent residency, Australian Citizenship or New Zealand Citizenship

https://studenthelp.secure.griffith....waiting-for-my

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I am also in WA. As far as I know, 820 visa holders don't pay domestic fees.. Have you confirmed with any uni?
I apologise. Most of the universities require a permanent visa for domestic. I did see some who don't, but I just looked again and the big universities state if you are a temporary or provisional resident, then you have to pay International fees. Sorry! I got confused on it. While in secondary school, we don't have to pay tuition for our sons. However, upon further review, Universities are different. I just remember that we knew we needed to wait for the 801 visa for my son to transfer to Murdoch. I'll remove my previous post as I was totally wrong there!

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