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Old 02-27-2019, 03:12 AM
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Today i got bored and started to use the numbers from here to make some % (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/foi/f...t-released.PDF)

I have added each country into brackets.

100-250 days
251-350 days
351-450 days
451-600 days
600days+

After adding each one I added how many 801s they accepted. I then worked out what %chance each of us had of being in that bracket (I have uploaded my worksheet, black is amount of days it took each city, red is the amount of accepted visas)

Here are your chances.
100-250 days - 5.3%
251-350 days - 7%
351-450 days - 54%
451-600 days - 33%
600+ days 1.2%

Please note that these % do not take into account whether someone front loaded their applications, so while Brisbane dealt with 16,622 applications in an average of 482 days i imagine it would be lower if everyone supplied everything and doesnt take into account rejected applications.

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Old 02-27-2019, 03:53 AM
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Originally Posted by chelseaspie View Post
Today i got bored and started to use the numbers from here to make some % (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/foi/f...t-released.PDF)

I have added each country into brackets.

100-250 days
251-350 days
351-450 days
451-600 days
600days+

After adding each one I added how many 801s they accepted. I then worked out what %chance each of us had of being in that bracket (I have uploaded my worksheet, black is amount of days it took each city, red is the amount of accepted visas)

Here are your chances.
100-250 days - 5.3%
251-350 days - 7%
351-450 days - 54%
451-600 days - 33%
600+ days 1.2%

Please note that these % do not take into account whether someone front loaded their applications, so while Brisbane dealt with 16,622 applications in an average of 482 days i imagine it would be lower if everyone supplied everything and doesnt take into account rejected applications.

:/
Wow really good job. thank you very much! this is really helpful


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No worries, happy to help I think if we all front load out application we can probably take a few months off those higher ones


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I haven't been granted yet, but I feel it is close as the officer has just requested for the Statutory Declaration today as I didn't use a proper form before... one year since submitted any.


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Hi Guys,

There was an article on SBS about partner visas and delays.

One of the main issues is that mainly Indian and Chinese nationals are marrying family members to obtain partner visas, they are also using fake documents in order to obtain these type of visas. For every application like this, the rest of us, genuine relationships suffer the consequences of HUGE delays.

It was also mentioned that a lot of people are submitting incorrect forms because they do NOT read the instructions properly. This has also a HUGE impact in the current increasing processing times.

Make sure your application is CORRECT, please use the correct statutory form for the sponsor and READ the step by step information on the website and also use this forum to get valuable information, I've seen the sponsor form attached here multiple times.

Cheers.

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My eligibility date for 801 was 04/2017. Its gonna be 23 months mid march. I been waiting so long but i dont wanna complain or send any enquiry. Hopefully, i get result soon. Trying to be patient but its hard when you wait that long


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My eligibility date for 801 was 04/2017. Its gonna be 23 months mid march. I been waiting so long but i dont wanna complain or send any enquiry. Hopefully, i get result soon. Trying to be patient but its hard when you wait that long
Hi, If I would be you, I would send an inquiry ASAP, it wont hurt and there is nothing wrong with it. 23 months is an abomination and the government should be ashamed. Also, you can contact your local MP, they are always willing to help. Good luck.


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Hi Guys,

There was an article on SBS about partner visas and delays.

One of the main issues is that mainly Indian and Chinese nationals are marrying family members to obtain partner visas, they are also using fake documents in order to obtain these type of visas. For every application like this, the rest of us, genuine relationships suffer the consequences of HUGE delays.

It was also mentioned that a lot of people are submitting incorrect forms because they do NOT read the instructions properly. This has also a HUGE impact in the current increasing processing times.

Make sure your application is CORRECT, please use the correct statutory form for the sponsor and READ the step by step information on the website and also use this forum to get valuable information, I've seen the sponsor form attached here multiple times.

Cheers.
That is a very good point. A lot of the longer waits, 23 months upwards, may include many caught up in some of these actions.

Unfortunately, the longer times spent dealing with these might also mean that genuine applications may also end up being delayed, while staff are busy on the others.

I saw one recently where the applicant was waiting over 20 months, but it turned out that immigration were waiting for the applicant to submit everything required, which they hadn't done, as they were waiting to be asked for it.

Maybe Immigration aren't asking as much these days, just waiting and concentrating on fully completed applications.

9-12 month grants are not uncommon (they may actually be the majority) where everything is submitted correctly, and there are no other complications.


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Old 02-28-2019, 10:27 PM
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My eligibility date for 801 was 04/2017. Its gonna be 23 months mid march. I been waiting so long but i dont wanna complain or send any enquiry. Hopefully, i get result soon. Trying to be patient but its hard when you wait that long
My eligibility date is not far from yours, 08/2017. Guess we just have to be patient and wait. I feel uncomfortable to send inquiry before the 26 month time is up. Hopefully it is not long to go now. My 820 application was outside the standard processing time 18.5 month.

I uploaded all required documents when submit the application, and have been updating information about our relationship.

Finger crossed, shouldn't be long now.

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Hi Guys,

There was an article on SBS about partner visas and delays.

One of the main issues is that mainly Indian and Chinese nationals are marrying family members to obtain partner visas, they are also using fake documents in order to obtain these type of visas. For every application like this, the rest of us, genuine relationships suffer the consequences of HUGE delays.

It was also mentioned that a lot of people are submitting incorrect forms because they do NOT read the instructions properly. This has also a HUGE impact in the current increasing processing times.

Make sure your application is CORRECT, please use the correct statutory form for the sponsor and READ the step by step information on the website and also use this forum to get valuable information, I've seen the sponsor form attached here multiple times.

Cheers.
Hi, do you have a link to that article please? I haven't found it.

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From Country: Russia
PMV 300 Application Date: 11-01-2019
Police Checks Submitted: 11-01-2019
Medical Submitted: 25-01-2019
Case Officer Assigned: 04-04-2019
Biometric Data Submitted: 05-04-2019
PMV 300 Granted: 01-05-2019
Arrival Date: 21-05-2019
PR 820/801 Application Date: 03-12-2019
PR 820 Granted: 15-07-2020

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