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Old 05-22-2017, 04:17 AM
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On another note, is there a thread in here with details of all that is required for the 801? I'm pretty confident i have everything but having a newborn baby is making it a little more difficult to focus on this solely and so a decent checklist or overview would probably help. Is there anything in here like the 820 thread checklist? TIA x

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I've been waiting for 11 months for 801 and emailed the immi dept back in March. I got a response with just FAQ on it and nothing else. I'm getting a little worried as we are now 4 months pregnant and I don't know how this will affect our partner visa if t doesn't come through before the birth. Will our baby need its own visa? We can't afford a whole new visa when the baby is here. Does anyone have any advice or experienced the same thing?
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Hi melanie0183,

I only just saw your post from last Wednesday, and we're in a pretty similar boat to you but a bit further along. We're due next Monday and for me (as a UK applicant) not having 801 although stressful, has not caused any problems so far. I have applied for Dad and Partner Pay through Centrelink and this has all been approved.

As I believe someone else has already mentioned, as long as the baby is born to an Australian citizen (which my wife is by birth) or a PR, the baby will be an Australian citizen too.

I'll be 12 months waiting as of this Saturday.

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Hi All,
when you fill the STATUTORY DECLARATION there is this section:
-That our relationship began in ("Insert the year your spousal relationship commenced.")

my question is this refers to the year when we got engaged (I came from PMV) or the year we start living together or the year we got married.

Your thoughts is highly appreciated
For ours I wrote the year we got engaged and then said the amount of time that we had lived together ie. when he came to Australia.


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Hi everyone,
I am a little confused with the 801. In terms of identification documentation, do i need to re-upload everything that I uploaded in the 820?

Of course, I am going to upload new supporting evidence like tickets and a new rental agreement but i'm confused if i need to reupload all of my, for example, drivers license, passport, when it is all the same as the ones that I uploaded in the 820.

Edit --> Sorry it sounds like a silly question but i ask as there are sections asking for passport etc and yet all of this was uploaded in the 820.

Thank you for any feedback you can offer.

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We just uploaded both of our passports for ID for the 801. I never uploaded my drivers license at any stage of the process.

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On another note, is there a thread in here with details of all that is required for the 801? I'm pretty confident i have everything but having a newborn baby is making it a little more difficult to focus on this solely and so a decent checklist or overview would probably help. Is there anything in here like the 820 thread checklist? TIA x
No there isn't a checklist but here is what you need if applying online:
- sponsors stat dec from border.gov.au
- atleast 2 x 888's + ID
- passports for both applicant and sponsor
- AFP (or any places you have lived for 12 months since the grant of the 820)
- evidence of all 4 categories since the grant of the 820 visa

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Hi all!

Just a quick update... I did what a few of you have done and submitted a complaint to the Ombudsman a week ago.

I've just received an email from the Victorian Processing Centre asking me to send them an updated Police Check within 28 days. So hopefully I hear back soon :O

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Hi all!

Just a quick update... I did what a few of you have done and submitted a complaint to the FWO a week ago.

I've just received an email from the Victorian Processing Centre asking me to send them an updated Police Check within 28 days. So hopefully I hear back soon :O
Goof news is coming soon. It means your complain bear fruits for you as they requested for updated police check. The grant will follow. Unlike others who received standard response, yours is acted on.

I submitted my complain last week as well as I have been waiting for the visa 100 for nore than 10 months now. No reply yet.

Wish you the best

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just lodge a complain pn immi's website a week ago, backing with like sth automatic response as follow.
Any suggestion what I can do? Have been waiting for 18 months.

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Hi all!

Just a quick update... I did what a few of you have done and submitted a complaint to the Ombudsman a week ago.

I've just received an email from the Victorian Processing Centre asking me to send them an updated Police Check within 28 days. So hopefully I hear back soon :O
You could be getting your grant very soon

How long have you been waiting ?

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Thanks a lot hope you hear back from them soon as well!

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