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Old 05-24-2017, 07:40 AM
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Hi Mish,

Thanks for the quick reply.

Yes it seems I get a different answer each time i call.

I submitted online as advised from DIBP. Im now a few days off of 13 months waiting and noticed you'd advised people to submit a complaint and wondered if you think I should in my situation?

Thanks again,

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Hi Mish,

Thanks for the quick reply.

Yes it seems I get a different answer each time i call.

I submitted online as advised from DIBP. Im now a few days off of 13 months waiting and noticed you'd advised people to submit a complaint and wondered if you think I should in my situation?

Thanks again,

Ed
DIBP go off eligibility date not when you submitted the application so you are almost at 12 months.

You could try submitting a complaint however there have been a few people in the last week that have been told by the ombudsman that it will not be investigated until after 20 months, I am unsure if it is hit and miss or something new they are doing now because they got too many complaints. If you lodge a complaint you need to lodge a complaint with immigration first and you need to allow them time to answer the complaint (allow 2 to 3 weeks).


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Hi All,
I have a question regarding form 888
if the witnesses are Australian citizens, will the Australian passport be enough as proof for both citizenship and ID or I need a copy of their citizenship as well, if we have a color scan of their passport or citizenship do we still need to certify it along with the form 888.

your help is greatly appreciated.


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Hi All,
I have a question regarding form 888
if the witnesses are Australian citizens, will the Australian passport be enough as proof for both citizenship and ID or I need a copy of their citizenship as well, if we have a color scan of their passport or citizenship do we still need to certify it along with the form 888.

your help is greatly appreciated.
Australian passport is all that's needed. That's all we supplied with our 888s.

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Australian passport is all that's needed. That's all we supplied with our 888s.
Thank you very much
do they need to certify the passport or a color scan will be enough


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do they need to certify the passport or a color scan will be enough
Colour scan is fine if they are the originals, if they are not the originals then it needs to be certified.


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Hi All-

I have been asked by a few people, what I provided for my husband's 801 for a high risk applicant. In the original evidence it was for 2 years as my husband was originally on a PMV and the 820 was granted quickly. We then continued to update through waiting for the 801, so we updated every 3 months for the first 6 months and then after that it was updated monthly. When the visa was approved we had evidence from June 2014 to April 2017. Below is most of what I can remember including (I have deleted the files off the computer now).

Financial Aspects:
- Joint everyday bank account
- Joint netsaver accounts (6 accounts)
- Joint Citibank account (only used when travelling overseas)
- Credit card showing applicant as additional cardholder (picture of credit cards and bank statements) for 2 credit cards
- Joint paypal account transactions
- Home loan in sponsors name showing deposits into account from applicants salary
- Western Union transfers to applicants parents
- Joint health insurance
- Joint house insurance
- Joint car insurance
- Joint purchases (fitbits, mobile phones, freezer, air conditioner, dishwasher etc)
- Joint donation for 40 Hour Famine to sponsor sponsor's niece
- Joint donation for world's greatest shave to sponsor sponsor's cousin
- Receipt of flowers sent to applicants mother for mother's day

Nature of the Household:
- Joint Foxtel bills
- Joint Origin/AGL bills (switched to AGL from Origin)
- Joint Telstra bills
- mail at the same address (joint and individual items)
- cards (Anniversary, Christmas, Birthdays etc)

Social Aspects of the Relationship:
- Movie tickets
- Pictures around Brisbane
- Thailand/Malaysia trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation, joint travel insurance
- Egypt/Italy/UAE trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation, joint travel insurance
- Melbourne trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation
- Sydney trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation
- Joint loyalty cards
- Upcoming trip for 2017 - flight bookings, joint accommodation bookings and joint travel insurance
- Facebook relationship timeline
- Tickets to sporting events
- Joint invitations
- Photos of us doing c25km learn to run program together

Nature of Commitment:
- screenshot of applicant being authorised to access sponsors ATO account
- screenshot of sponsor being able to access applicants ATO account
- Page from the tax return where you declare the spouse for both the applicant and sponsor for tax returns for 2014, 15 and 16 financial years (applicant did not have one for 2014 though as it was a return not necessary)
- screenshot showing applicants 2014 tax return was a return not necessary
- sponsor being listed as applicants super beneficiary
- applicant being listed as sponsors super beneficiary
- photos of our flat in Egypt
- photos of the tiles we chose that was sent to my sister-in-law
- photos of tiles being layed
- enrolment for sponsor in beginners Arabic
- enrolment for sponsor in level 1 Arabic
- copy of sponsor taking carers leave from work to look after applicant after minor operation

I think that is all.

We had 4 x 888's (2 from the sponsors parents and 2 from friends) and we had a stat dec from a friend who was a temporary resident.

I hope this helps someone.

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Thanx to all. I got my 801 visa granted today.

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Thanx to all. I got my 801 visa granted today.
Congrats!! What was your eligibility date? Also did your family in India get interviewed?


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my eligibility date was 25/08/2015. we never called immigration about application. case officer called me 23/05/2017 and asked me about relationship with my partner and work and what my family think about my relationship. i told to case officer, i did not went hame in last 10 years and i had very minimum contact with my family. they have no problem with my relationship. 24/05/2017 case officer called to my partner and asked her same question. same day i got email from immigration to provide new npc. 25/05/2017 i got visa grant letter. thanx

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