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Old 01-20-2020, 09:56 PM
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Hi Guys, is my first time in this forum.
my partner and I applied to defacto back in 2015.

820 29/03/2015
granted 820 April 2016
801 applied 2/05/2017
currently waiting over 32 months

I don't know if anyone is in the same situation, I have contacted my lawyer and she said I need to wait and also I have contacted the department of immigration and they also said I need to wait. it seems like nobody is given me an answer and I don't know what else to do.


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Hi Guys, is my first time in this forum.
my partner and I applied to defacto back in 2015.

820 29/03/2015
granted 820 April 2016
801 applied 2/05/2017
currently waiting over 32 months

I don't know if anyone is in the same situation, I have contacted my lawyer and she said I need to wait and also I have contacted the department of immigration and they also said I need to wait. it seems like nobody is given me an answer and I don't know what else to do.
That does seem a long time.
What is your nationality?
What is the status on your IMMI account?

Did you ring Immigration or send email?
When did you last ask Immigration?

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That does seem a long time.
What is your nationality?
What is the status on your IMMI account?

Did you ring Immigration or send email?
When did you last ask Immigration?
My nationality is Peruvian, I don't have access to my Immi account because my lawyer has the access but she said it says in the process also my lawyer received an email from the immigration department saying that my application is in processing but that email was in November 2019.
I have ring the immigration and they said that my application has fallen into the 10% outside the processing time and they just say I have to wait . last time I ask them was last week and I have already contacted them 3 times this year.


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Have you continued to upload relationship evidences throughout the last couple of years?

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Have you continued to upload relationship evidences throughout the last couple of years?
well, the lawyer didn't request any further documentation until before Xmas and we send some documents to them such as tax declarations, wedding invitations, joint accounts, etc.
when I talk to any person in the Immi department they said that the immigration has not yet requested any more documentations and they can or cant request any further documents and that my documents are still in process

My lawyer said also that she doesn't want to contact the Immi department any more because they have already said to her that they have indicated they have a very high number of applications to process but mine is over 32 months.


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well, the lawyer didn't request any further documentation until before Xmas and we send some documents to them such as tax declarations, wedding invitations, joint accounts, etc.
when I talk to any person in the Immi department they said that the immigration has not yet requested any more documentations and they can or cant request any further documents and that my documents are still in process

My lawyer said also that she doesn't want to contact the Immi department any more because they have already said to her that they have indicated they have a very high number of applications to process but mine is over 32 months.
In your situation, I would use the Permanent Partner Enquiry form, to ask if they are still waiting for anything from you, as you are near enough at 34 months now.
You were eligible for 801 submission on 29/03/2017.

From 9 others, that were eligible between Feb and April 2017, they took between 22 and 32 months.

Permanent Partner Enquiry form https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help...s-enquiry-form

I used that to check our 801, as I was unsure about something on the online IMMI account.

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well, it has been a month since their call, nothing yet, it has been 22 months since the eligible date , and my police check is expired next month again, should i prepare to get police certificate and submit again ? i have sent enquire to them twice, should i ask them again ?
Just checking today from my imm account, processing time is 12-19 months for 801, my one is 22m going to be 23m very soon still nothing
Anyone is same page as me, so frustrated with the whole process ?


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Just checking today from my imm account, processing time is 12-19 months for 801, my one is 22m going to be 23m very soon still nothing
Anyone is same page as me, so frustrated with the whole process ?
We should really stop looking for any logic in how and when immi grant visas as it obvs doesn't make sense. Some people wait 6 months and some 34 months and it's hard to understand unless there are some difficult circumstances. Not to mention I don't understand what is a "low risk country" and "high risk country". Risk of what? They really should have more transparent procedures so people know where they stand in the process.


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I'd imagine it isn't to offend people but more likely that high risk countries are where citizens are regular over stayers or have a higher rate of fraudulent visa activity?
Whilst low risk countries would be places where it is not as common or we have special relationships/agreements with eg. United Kingdom being part of the Commonwealth etc

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We should really stop looking for any logic in how and when immi grant visas as it obvs doesn't make sense. Some people wait 6 months and some 34 months and it's hard to understand unless there are some difficult circumstances. Not to mention I don't understand what is a "low risk country" and "high risk country". Risk of what? They really should have more transparent procedures so people know where they stand in the process.
Low risk applies to nationals from countries which issue ETA eligible passports.
High risk countries are those which are not ETA eligible.

The risk factor relates to people who might overstay and work in Australia.

Some nationalities might overstay a lot, but not work, just have extended holidays.

Some nationalities, where incomes are much lower, are more likely to overstay and look for work.

Processing times vary a lot, depending on many factors. How long security and other checks take, in their home country and other countries they have lived in.

Quality of application, and any suspicions that an immigration officer might have about the genuineness of an application, how fast an applicant replies to requests, etc.

Probably many variables.

They do say "Processing times are impacted each month by changes in application volumes, seasonal peaks, complex cases, and incomplete applications. "
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"We assess applications on a case-by-case basis, and actual processing times can vary due to individual circumstances including:

whether you have lodged a complete application, including all necessary supporting documents
how promptly you respond to any requests for additional information
how long it takes to perform required checks on the supporting information provided
how long it takes to receive additional information from external agencies, particularly in relation to health, character, and national security requirements

for permanent migration visa applications, how many places are available in the migration program
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