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Old 10-17-2019, 05:16 AM
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I do believe she's giving a long ballpark time frame to stop us from asking further. I have contacted a migration lawyer and they said it's according to immi website so 17-24 months is correct (not 2-3 years). They also told me it's actually from the date of lodgement (so it's 17 months for us). But as you said 75% gets processed within the 17 month timeframe so it's already quite long, and we will need to contact immi.
It seems common for some confusion with the Immigration departments statement on the processing times.

Immigration state: Processing time for subclass 801 Partner (permanent) visa is from date of eligibility (2 years after the 820/801 application is lodged) to finalisation.

All the figures I have given, are based on this, ie: 2 years after the 820 application is lodged)[/B]. This is not related to the date the 801 is lodged.



Yours is therefore:
820 Lodged: Sept 15, 2015.
801 Eligible: Sept 15, 2017.
You are now at 25 months according to the above.

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They have requested from us some documents as well on 9th Oct. We submitted everything on 14th Oct. I believe it takes 2 - 6 weeks on average to hear back from them again. Sometimes longer if the case is complex but Immigration timeframes are mystery, no one can tell you definite answer. Just hang in there..... good news must be on its way !
We submitted our Police Certificate on the 15th Oct at 9pm, then heard back on the 16th at 9am. Visa granted.

Once you have uploaded your evidence, make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and click the final submit button. We would have missed it if my husband wasn't playing around on the page. It warns you, asking if you have uploaded everything that was requested, and puts your account into finalisation. You'll see that finalisation on the home screen.

We also sent an email back to say we had uploaded.

Hope this helps!

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Visa: PMV (Subclass 300)
Submitted: 4th Nov 2015
Medical & FBI Check Request: 18th Feb 2016
Visa granted: 2nd Mar 2016 (119 Days)

Visa: Partner Visa (Subclass 820)
Submitted: 18th Nov 2016
National Police Check for Sponsor Request: 30th Nov 2016
Visa Granted: 3rd Jan 2017 (46 Days)

Visa: Partner Visa (Subclass 801)
Application Submitted: 4th Nov 2018
Police Check for Applicant Request: 26th Sept 2019
Visa Granted: 16th Oct 2019 (346 days)

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Cheer up for everyone who is still waiting!
Hope you guys grant yours soon!!

I have been waiting for 4 years and 8 months since apply 820.

Stay positive everyone!!!! ❤️

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Thanks jandande! I've just messaged my migration agent and she said the waiting time is 2-3 years(?) I'm a bit concerned that she's giving us misinformation (same with the 801 application, hence why we applied 8 months late). Should we consider uploading onto the immi account? I will definitely be sending that enquiry form.
I could not have confidence in an agent that updates information by POST and encourages you to delay applications. I hope she isn't also a lawyer hoping to represent you at AAT when application is denied,

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And no we don't. We haven't done anything online. No real substantial confirmation from the migration agent either about whether immi received our documents (such as client number or ID). Purely verbal confirmation from her.
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Old 10-17-2019, 10:59 AM
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It seems common for some confusion with the Immigration departments statement on the processing times.

Immigration state: Processing time for subclass 801 Partner (permanent) visa is from date of eligibility (2 years after the 820/801 application is lodged) to finalisation.

All the figures I have given, are based on this, ie: 2 years after the 820 application is lodged)[/B]. This is not related to the date the 801 is lodged.



Yours is therefore:
820 Lodged: Sept 15, 2015.
801 Eligible: Sept 15, 2017.
You are now at 25 months according to the above.

Thanks for your clarification! Now a bit concerned about what the lawyer said, as paying 1.3K for her to take over an already lodged application seems hefty. I'll be sure to contact via the immi enquiry form


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Contact me if you would like a good agent I would happily recommend ours.
If you could please! That'd be great. Would you recommend switching agents or going for a lawyer? Seems like I'm waiting for snail mail.


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Hi people .

Just for anyone in this thread really . But , did immigration actually contact any of the friends you used on your application , or employers , relatives, or actually check bank accounts or do any of that kind of thing. ?


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We submitted our Police Certificate on the 15th Oct at 9pm, then heard back on the 16th at 9am. Visa granted.

Once you have uploaded your evidence, make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and click the final submit button. We would have missed it if my husband wasn't playing around on the page. It warns you, asking if you have uploaded everything that was requested, and puts your account into finalisation. You'll see that finalisation on the home screen.

We also sent an email back to say we had uploaded.

Hope this helps!
Thank you, we did press that button and also emailed CO on 14th Oct. Waiting now..


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Old 10-18-2019, 05:13 AM
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Hi guys. Finally, the good news is here! I just received an email regarding my 801 grant notice. I glanced through some post last night on this forum and someone did mention that he replied to the email which was sent requesting for more docs/info. Honestly, I don't know if this was a coincidence, having submitted the requested docs 5 weeks ago, but I replied last night to the same email I received last month requesting for a police cert and further docs, and boom!! the long expected email came in few minutes ago. I will share my timeline after my shift. Good luck to those who are waiting for this good news. Keep the hope alive

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