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Old 07-16-2019, 01:58 AM
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Almost can't believe its happened but I've FINALLY been granted my 801 Visa!!!!
SOOO happy, it's come at the best time!

Application for 820/801 lodged: 24 January 2017 from Sydney via an agent. (I was issued my BVA immediately.)
No news after that until November when the DIBP requested my husband's police checks, particularly the US FBI clearance which took nearly 4 months to arrive.
Indian Police Clearance Submitted: November 2017
Submitted AFP and FBI checks: 26 March 2018.
My Health, AFP, UK and Indian Clearance Requested: 2 April 2018
BUPA Health Exam: 18 April 2018
All documents submitted (health checks and all police certificates: 21 April 2018
820 granted: 21 July 2018
801 submitted: 27 December 2018 (1 month prior to eligibility date), application front loaded and done without agent unlike my 820. Made minor modifications in Jan and Feb including new photos of our Christmas holidays.
10 July 2019: Submitted enquiry to Home Department regarding waiting times, notifying them I might be taking a sabbatical at the end of September and temporarily moving back to the UK.
801 granted: 16 July 2019

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Old 07-16-2019, 02:56 AM
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Your so lucky congrats for the speedy grant of your 820/801 visa


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Hello everyone. I have a friend who got married with Australian in the Philippines ,but she applied for visit visa and got approved for 3 months with condition of no further stay. So she has to go back home after, which is the right thing to do in my own opinion. But one friend told her that she can apply onshore w the spousal visa to make her stay here in Oz by going to the immigration. I was a bit confused between what I read on Immi says and her friends advise. I just dont want her to expect and afterwards get disappointed with the decision it may serve to her visa.I would highly appreciate your input to this concern. Please share your knowledge about this thing.TIA


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Hello everyone. I have a friend who got married with Australian in the Philippines ,but she applied for visit visa and got approved for 3 months with condition of no further stay. So she has to go back home after, which is the right thing to do in my own opinion. But one friend told her that she can apply onshore w the spousal visa to make her stay here in Oz by going to the immigration. I was a bit confused between what I read on Immi says and her friends advise. I just dont want her to expect and afterwards get disappointed with the decision it may serve to her visa.I would highly appreciate your input to this concern. Please share your knowledge about this thing.TIA
Did the friend explain how to get around the no further stay condition that would normally stop the application of another onshore visa?


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Hello everyone. I have a friend who got married with Australian in the Philippines ,but she applied for visit visa and got approved for 3 months with condition of no further stay. So she has to go back home after, which is the right thing to do in my own opinion. But one friend told her that she can apply onshore w the spousal visa to make her stay here in Oz by going to the immigration. I was a bit confused between what I read on Immi says and her friends advise. I just dont want her to expect and afterwards get disappointed with the decision it may serve to her visa.I would highly appreciate your input to this concern. Please share your knowledge about this thing.TIA
Did the friend explain how to get around the no further stay condition that would normally stop the application of another onshore visa?
Yeah exactly Thats what I thought but this friend keeps telling her to go to immigration and apply for spousal,which she gets confused what to do even I told her what I have read and researched about this no further stay condition. Saying she is already married to the australian and she can apply for spousal visa onshore.


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Yeah exactly Thats what I thought but this friend keeps telling her to go to immigration and apply for spousal,which she gets confused what to do even I told her what I have read and researched about this no further stay condition. Saying she is already married to the australian and she can apply for spousal visa onshore.
She would need to try to get that condition waived first. I have no idea how to do that. Has her friend done that before?

Many people would love to be able to find a way to do that, and avoid the offshore partner visa.


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Old 07-19-2019, 01:39 AM
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Hi everyone,

I am currently in the process of attaching documents in my visa 801 application. I'm almost done with it and I noticed that there is this button below saying " I confirmed that I have provided information as requested" however I couldn't click on it. How do I notify the immigration that I'm done uploading all the supporting documents?

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Hi everyone,

I am currently in the process of attaching documents in my visa 801 application. I'm almost done with it and I noticed that there is this button below saying " I confirmed that I have provided information as requested" however I couldn't click on it. How do I notify the immigration that I'm done uploading all the supporting documents?

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I think that only becomes available once they have asked you for something.

When is your 801 eligibility date?


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Well I'm confused. Wondering why it's taking so long but given they say 22 months plus, we are almost up to that. However on checking tthe IMMI account it says we only applied for the final stage last August which is b/s as I submitted it back in October 2017 the year before! Also my wife had her medical exam about February 2018, and it's currently saying this hasn't been accessed??? Is that because they haven't even looked at her case and this all gets down at the very end immediately before approval? She is from the USA.


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