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Old 03-19-2019, 05:29 AM
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The Immigration Department released the Visa processing times for February 2019, on the 18th March 2019.

Although these figures show the global averages for the first 75% and the last 10%, of applications processed in February 2019, the average processing time is often a lot less than the first figure quoted.

The longer processing times may be due to incomplete or inaccurate applications, lengthy security checks from some countries and various other reasons.

801 – Partner Permanent (subclass 801) February 2019.
75% processed in under 19 months
10% processed in over 24 months

But...
The January 2019 figures showed 21-26
ie:
75% took under 21 months
90% took under 26 months

But, from January grants mentioned on this forum,
33% took 9 months or under.
55% took 12 months or under.
75% took 19 months or under.
I logged onto Immi account yesterday and the Global Processing times have changed from 21 - 26 months to now 21 - 28 months.
It will be interesting to see if this makes any change to processing with the extension of 2 more months.
I logged into my immi but found the time is actually 19-24 months. Wondering why its different in your immi...


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I logged onto Immi account yesterday and the Global Processing times have changed from 21 - 26 months to now 21 - 28 months.
It will be interesting to see if this makes any change to processing with the extension of 2 more months.
801 - Partner (subclass 801)
At https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...ocessing-times
it says 19 months 24 months, Last updated: 18 March 2019

75% of applications: under 19 months
10% of applications: over 24 months

However, you mention 21 - 28 months. That is for the (subclass 820) visa.

Even if the 26 had become 28, it only means that 10% of applications, the more complex ones, would be taking longer, over 28 months.
The majority, 75% of them, would still be under 21 months.

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I logged into my immi but found the time is actually 19-24 months. Wondering why its different in your immi...
I have no idea.

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Applicant from - Pakistan
Applied - 25th April 2017
Onshore/Offshore - Onshore
Visa Subclass - Partner Visa 820/801
Application made by - Online
Agent used - No
Medicals Submitted - 14th May 2018
AFP check for Sponsor - Request for check on 18th January 2018 / submitted on 24th January 2018
AFP check for Applicant - 15th March 2019 - Uploaded on Immi 23th March 2019
Visa Granted - 801 PR Visa GRANTED - 10th May 2019

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I have no idea.
Which visa have you applied for: The 820, or the 2nd stage 801?

Your signature says:
Applied - 25th April 2017
Medicals Submitted - 14th May 2018

Looking back at older threads you seem to have applied for the 820 in April 2017, and were worried that you didn't have the 12 months relationship, being in a committed relationship for only 9 months at time of application.

If so, you are 23 months into the 820 visa, not the 801 visa that everyone else in this thread is waiting for. Different processing times for each visa.


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Which visa have you applied for: The 820, or the 2nd stage 801?

Your signature says:
Applied - 25th April 2017
Medicals Submitted - 14th May 2018

Looking back at older threads you seem to have applied for the 820 in April 2017, and were worried that you didn't have the 12 months relationship, being in a committed relationship for only 9 months at time of application.

If so, you are 23 months into the 820 visa, not the 801 visa that everyone else in this thread is waiting for. Different processing times for each visa.
Yes all that you said is correct. We did have our relationship registered though when we applied for the application which was acceptable to apply before the 12 months.
So it is 23 months since application. But thought we would have had the 820 granted by now.
Unsure why the global time is showing up to 28 months in my immi account and not that same for others.

Yes, I am aware this is the 801. I posted here as I was reading threads to get an idea.
Because the Immi account says that eligible for the PR 2 yrs after submission of application.

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Applicant from - Pakistan
Applied - 25th April 2017
Onshore/Offshore - Onshore
Visa Subclass - Partner Visa 820/801
Application made by - Online
Agent used - No
Medicals Submitted - 14th May 2018
AFP check for Sponsor - Request for check on 18th January 2018 / submitted on 24th January 2018
AFP check for Applicant - 15th March 2019 - Uploaded on Immi 23th March 2019
Visa Granted - 801 PR Visa GRANTED - 10th May 2019

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Unsure why the global time is showing up to 28 months in my immi account and not that same for others.

Yes, I am aware this is the 801. I posted here as I was reading threads to get an idea.
Because the Immi account says that eligible for the PR 2 yrs after submission of application.
You are actually on the 820 processing stage at the moment, and that is why your times are different.

That statement on the immi account "eligible for the PR 2 yrs after submission of application." is actually wrong, or misleading.
We saw the same when we applied for the PMV300, but knew that we had much longer to go before getting PR. (4 years as it happened, but actually faster than we expected)

It should read "eligible to apply for PR 2 yrs after submission of the 820 or 309 application"

So, 24 months after submitting the 820, you can upload the required documentation for the 801 visa, and then join the 801 waiting list.

Some people, who had 3 years relationship (or 2 years with a child) before submitting the 820, are eligible to get PR immediately after the 820 is granted.


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Hi Everyone,

New here. Sorry if this question has been raised before (I couldn’t find much regarding it).

I’ve been waiting for my 801 for a very long time now. I have submitted more info around January (advised by my agent) and I have been told to just be patient and wait. Today I went to check on the myVEVO app as I have done plenty of times before and I received this message:
“Cannot confirm - The Reference Number used does not match with your current visa. Please check that you have correctly entered your details”. I have tried using both my visa grant number and my TRN with the same result. I also went on the actual webpage and got the same message. Has anyone seen this before? I tried to contact my agent but for some reason I am unable to today. Freaking out a little 😓😓

Thanks for your help!
Did you try with you 820 grant number and TRN? Should use the 801 TRN now
Thanks for replying.
I only have my 820 TRN and grant number. I haven’t received any notifications for my 801 yet!


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I've reached the 24 month mark (eligibility was march 2017) and still my account says initial assessment. I decided to fill out the enquiry form and hope something happens in the next month or so. The wait is excruciating.


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You are actually on the 820 processing stage at the moment, and that is why your times are different.

That statement on the immi account "eligible for the PR 2 yrs after submission of application." is actually wrong, or misleading.
We saw the same when we applied for the PMV300, but knew that we had much longer to go before getting PR. (4 years as it happened, but actually faster than we expected)

It should read "eligible to apply for PR 2 yrs after submission of the 820 or 309 application"

So, 24 months after submitting the 820, you can upload the required documentation for the 801 visa, and then join the 801 waiting list.

Some people, who had 3 years relationship (or 2 years with a child) before submitting the 820, are eligible to get PR immediately after the 820 is granted.
Thanks for the clarification JandE, It makes sense now. I have started uploading a few weeks shy of the 24th month mark since application submission for the 801 part of it. We are waiting for the AFP check that was requested last Friday and then sit and wait again. Fingers crossed we don't have to wait 4 yrs, Gee that is painful, we'd have 2 more yrs to go..

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Applicant from - Pakistan
Applied - 25th April 2017
Onshore/Offshore - Onshore
Visa Subclass - Partner Visa 820/801
Application made by - Online
Agent used - No
Medicals Submitted - 14th May 2018
AFP check for Sponsor - Request for check on 18th January 2018 / submitted on 24th January 2018
AFP check for Applicant - 15th March 2019 - Uploaded on Immi 23th March 2019
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Hi everyone,

My partner (Italian) and I (Australian) just received notification of the 801 being granted. It is a huge relief to finally have confirmation that our future together will be possible!

We were fortunate enough to have a smooth application processing after the initial stress-inducing preparation of the 820 application in May 2016, at the end of his WHV arrival in May 2015, and the not-quite-so-stressful-but-still-pretty-stressful 801 application in May 2018. We consulted with a MARA-registered agent early on to discuss options, but ended up doing the 820 and 801 applications by ourselves. Other than the request for police check and medicals, we didn't get requests for any additional information and didn't have to do a phone interview either.

We were concerned that since we were living at my parents' house for the 12 months he was living in Australia with me on the WHV, we would have difficulty establishing the domestic nature of our de facto relationship, but I think we made up for that with the long list of other evidence we collected. Since we live in Victoria, we were unable to register our relationship until after the 820 application was lodged, but we still did it and also moved out a few months after lodging the 820, and I think the extra evidence likely helped as well despite technically occurring after the initial lodgement.

Thank you especially to everyone who has responded to our numerous posts here since we first started our immigration journey 5 (!) years ago, but also thank you to everyone who has been contributing their advice and knowledge to the forum over the years. It was a very useful resource for us, and I doubt that our application would have gone as smoothly without it!

Good luck to everyone else still waiting on their 801 - it's a fantastic feeling once it's finally in your hands!

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