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Old 04-09-2017, 10:40 AM
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As I applied through online immi account, do you have any idea how to I open a new application or continue the next stage of my application?
You just log into your same ImmiAccount and look for the application called something along the lines of Partner visa application - information for permanent stage processing. Let me know if you can't find it and I'll log into mine and see if I can give you more detailed navigation instructions, but I remember it being pretty easy to find.

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Hi everyone,

Yesterday, I was preparing for my application and I accidentally clicked 'Submit' (on 08/04/2017). However, my eligibility date is on 25/04/2017. I got the Generic Letter inviting to apply for the second stage visa in February 2017,

I am wondering whether I need to withdraw the application and do it again? or should I advise someone in writing?

The application is ready to go. However I have yet submitted any further documents to support my application. I thought if I hit "Submit" I could start adding documents to my application prior to eligibility date but the application has now been submitted to the department.

Help :-(
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Old 04-11-2017, 06:57 AM
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Hello everyone I am a first time poster.
I am wondering if there's anyone else in my situation
I was eligible to apply for my 2nd stage partner visa 801 in April 2016 but due to a complicated pregnancy and having my first baby in may it delayed my application and I applied in July 2016 does anyone know is it a 16-20 month delay with processing from application or eligibility. I really hope my visa is granted soon as my contract in work is due for renewal in two months and within my work it costs a lot of money for the training required to keep me there and without permanent residency I'm not sure they will see me as an investment and more of a risk. Very stressed and counting the days


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After 4 years of unemployment by husband was offered a really good Government (lol) job this afternoon at about 3.30 pm.

As a joke I checked Vevo at 4.

Our 801 was granted today.

Applied 26 June 2016.

Feeling light headed at the moment.

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Congratulation J&F. What was the eligibility date? 26 June 2016 or that was submission date.

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Our eligibility date was 25 June 2016, we submitted the application on 26 June 2016. Approved today, 11 April 2017, so about 9 and a half months.

All we can think of that made our assessment a bit quicker was we never updated the information once it was submitted. Once the application was in, we never sent anything else to DIBP. We are also low risk, married 3 years, together 7 years now so all the dots joined together for one happy afternoon.

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Hello everyone I am a first time poster.
I am wondering if there's anyone else in my situation
I was eligible to apply for my 2nd stage partner visa 801 in April 2016 but due to a complicated pregnancy and having my first baby in may it delayed my application and I applied in July 2016 does anyone know is it a 16-20 month delay with processing from application or eligibility. I really hope my visa is granted soon as my contract in work is due for renewal in two months and within my work it costs a lot of money for the training required to keep me there and without permanent residency I'm not sure they will see me as an investment and more of a risk. Very stressed and counting the days
Quoted times are from eligibility date, not application date. Good news for you!

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After 4 years of unemployment by husband was offered a really good Government (lol) job this afternoon at about 3.30 pm.

As a joke I checked Vevo at 4.

Our 801 was granted today.

Applied 26 June 2016.

Feeling light headed at the moment.
Congratulations!! That must have been a moment of disbelief there for a second while it sank in, really pleased your husband can get that great job

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After 4 years of unemployment by husband was offered a really good Government (lol) job this afternoon at about 3.30 pm.

As a joke I checked Vevo at 4.

Our 801 was granted today.

Applied 26 June 2016.

Feeling light headed at the moment.
Such great news J&F!!! That's reassuring to know. I am more hopeful that the wait will be over soon.

Hope you're having a great night celebrating!

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Hello Guys, after searching on google for some time, I think that I have finally found a good forum to find answers to questions regarding 820 visa for my wife. I am a Permanent resident here (189 visa) and got married after I got PR. My wife has been with me in Australia on Visitor's visa for nearly 4 months.

Since most of you guys have already gone through 820 visa stage, I think you might be the right people to answer my following questions:
1. Are there separate waiting queues for people from different nationalities for 820 visa?
2. Does DIBP waive off waiting period for 820 visa for any special case if we explain them?


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