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Old 12-05-2019, 10:40 PM
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Hey Guys,

I have applied for 801 in July 2019 and my application went straight onto 'Further Assessment' status skipping all other stages from 'Submitted to Initial Assessment'. It's been 5 months with 'Further Assessment' status and nothing's happening. Has anyone had a similar situation? How should I read this?


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Hey Guys,

I have applied for 801 in July 2019 and my application went straight onto 'Further Assessment' status skipping all other stages from 'Submitted to Initial Assessment'. It's been 5 months with 'Further Assessment' status and nothing's happening. Has anyone had a similar situation? How should I read this?
I am not sure of the stages on our 801, but we heard nothing between lodging and the grant.

You only hear something if you haven't uploaded everything they need. I would assume it could be in further assessment for some time.

5 months is still early though. 12 months is a more common processing time, from eligibility date. Although some take much longer.

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Hey Guys,

I have applied for 801 in July 2019 and my application went straight onto 'Further Assessment' status skipping all other stages from 'Submitted to Initial Assessment'. It's been 5 months with 'Further Assessment' status and nothing's happening. Has anyone had a similar situation? How should I read this?
i never heard of further assessment but it was 2014 when I did visa application for ex wife ! I guess things change occasionally .


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Hey Guys,

I have applied for 801 in July 2019 and my application went straight onto 'Further Assessment' status skipping all other stages from 'Submitted to Initial Assessment'. It's been 5 months with 'Further Assessment' status and nothing's happening. Has anyone had a similar situation? How should I read this?
I’m in the same situation I applied in may 2019 though, they sent me straight to further assessment and nothing after I have contact my agent and they advices me that it will take around 8-12 moths for application.
I hope they are right as I want to study and international fees are obscure.
Finger crossed .


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Iím in the same situation I applied in may 2019 though, they sent me straight to further assessment and nothing after I have contact my agent and they advices me that it will take around 8-12 moths for application.
I hope they are right as I want to study and international fees are obscure.
Finger crossed .
I have a feeling that all the 801's might go direct to further assessment, once you have uploaded the required information. After all, the 820/801 was submitted 2 years before you need to add the further information to finalise the 801. Therefore there is no actual extra submission this time, and the initial assessment was done when the original 820/801 info was first looked at.

When was your 820 granted? I assume you applied in May 2017.
Nationality might affect the processing times, what is yours?

In October 75% of the 801's were processed in 18 months or less. But i have seen them finalised between 2.8 months and 19.2 months in November.

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I have a feeling that all the 801's might go direct to further assessment, once you have uploaded the required information. After all, the 820/801 was submitted 2 years before you need to add the further information to finalise the 801. Therefore there is no actual extra submission this time, and the initial assessment was done when the original 820/801 info was first looked at.

When was your 820 granted? I assume you applied in May 2017.
Nationality might affect the processing times, what is yours?

In October 75% of the 801's were processed in 18 months or less. But i have seen them finalised between 2.8 months and 19.2 months in November.
I applied for 820 April 17
820 grandes July 18
801 applied may19
801 still waiting .
Low risk country I’m from Europe .
No children .


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I applied for 820 April 17
820 grandes July 18
801 applied may19
801 still waiting .
Low risk country Iím from Europe .
No children .
820 submitted in June 2017
820 Granted May 2018
801 submitted in July 2019
EU country. Low risk (whatever this means!!)


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I have a feeling that all the 801's might go direct to further assessment, once you have uploaded the required information. After all, the 820/801 was submitted 2 years before you need to add the further information to finalise the 801. Therefore there is no actual extra submission this time, and the initial assessment was done when the original 820/801 info was first looked at.

When was your 820 granted? I assume you applied in May 2017.
Nationality might affect the processing times, what is yours?

In October 75% of the 801's were processed in 18 months or less. But i have seen them finalised between 2.8 months and 19.2 months in November.
Why nationality might affect processing time? What are the criteria?

me:
820 submitted in June 2017
820 Granted May 2018
801 submitted in July 2019
EU country. Low risk (whatever this means!!)


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820 submitted in June 2017
820 Granted May 2018
801 submitted in July 2019
EU country. Low risk (whatever this means!!)
Wow our timeline is so close .
Let’s hope we both get our Christmas present this year.
I never understood the risk factor too.!


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Why nationality might affect processing time? What are the criteria?

me:
820 submitted in June 2017
820 Granted May 2018
801 submitted in July 2019
EU country. Low risk (whatever this means!!)
I've seen people say theirs are delayed due to nationality. For the 300, 309 and 820 I can understand, as some things might need checking with that country, and some countries act faster than others.

But the 801 and 100's, I can't see why for sure.

Low risk seems to mean being eligible for ETA visas, or so I have read.

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