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Old 05-23-2017, 06:20 AM
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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
Thanks a lot hope you hear back from them soon as well!

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You could be getting your grant very soon

How long have you been waiting ?
I really hope so! Not as long as some but almost 12 months

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i am entering in 14th month today. i wanted to complain too but i lodged my application through agent and it was by paper


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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.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has received your feedback on 11 May 2017. Feedback on our processes and services is important.



From 14 March 2017, we began publishing current global processing times for the majority of visa subclasses and citizenship services. The new processing time information will give you an indication of the time it will likely take to finalise a complete application. Global visa and citizenship processing times will be updated monthly, providing you with an indicative timeframe for processing applications. Two processing times are displayed, indicating how long it is taking to finalise 75 and 90 per cent of applications submitted globally.



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We do not respond to status-related enquiries that fall within the published processing times. You should wait until after the processing time has elapsed before contacting us. If you lodged your application online, you can monitor the status of your application through ImmiAccount.



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To ensure your application is completed within the expected timeframe, make sure that you:

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i am entering in 14th month today. i wanted to complain too but i lodged my application through agent and it was by paper
Your agent would not be happy if you complained.

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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

Yup, here you go ! I printed it and crossed out what didn't apply to me.
It's short but somehow makes you feel a bit more secure ticking them off haha.

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I've officially joined the 801 waiting list; submitted application yesterday and will spend the next few days uploading evidence.

Is there a spreadsheet stilll going for 801?

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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
Thank you Mish. A question for you regarding the statutory declarations.

I wrote the 4 questions onto a piece of paper and answered it as a partnership describing our life together. We then signed every page of this and had a JP witness and sign it. We then each filled in a normal stat dec from border.gov.au, the one we used for the 820, and referenced that everything in that doc with the 4 questions was true etc and had each of those signed by a JP and witnessed etc.

I only just now saw that there is a specific stat dec with the 4 questions within the stat dec.

Do you think this is going to be a problem the way that we have done it? There is no way we could have fit the information into those 4 small boxes on the stat dec anyway.

Your feedback is greatly appreciated. TIA!

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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.
Thank you Mish.

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Thank you Mish. A question for you regarding the statutory declarations.

I wrote the 4 questions onto a piece of paper and answered it as a partnership describing our life together. We then signed every page of this and had a JP witness and sign it. We then each filled in a normal stat dec from border.gov.au, the one we used for the 820, and referenced that everything in that doc with the 4 questions was true etc and had each of those signed by a JP and witnessed etc.

I only just now saw that there is a specific stat dec with the 4 questions within the stat dec.

Do you think this is going to be a problem the way that we have done it? There is no way we could have fit the information into those 4 small boxes on the stat dec anyway.

Your feedback is greatly appreciated. TIA!
They may ask you to do their stat dec or they may not. I think alot depends on the case officer.

I converted their PDF stat dec to a word document so I could type as much as I wanted.

With DIBP anything depends on the case officer. I have seen some people have to get new AFP's and others not.

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