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Old 02-05-2020, 05:11 AM
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Whoooowhooo....
The long wait has come to an end!
Applied 820- 29/6/2016
820 granted- 23/10/2017
Applied 801-29/3/2019 (9months after eligibility date)
801 granted -5/2/2020

I have sent a complaint letter on sunday 2/2/2020.
Received confirmation letter yesterday 4/2.2020.
Grant letter received today 5/2/2020

Good luck to all who are still waiting.... just can recommend to send a complaint letter when you’ve passed the global processing time!


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Old 02-05-2020, 06:02 AM
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Whoooowhooo....
The long wait has come to an end!
Applied 820- 29/6/2016
820 granted- 23/10/2017
Applied 801-29/3/2019 (9months after eligibility date)
801 granted -5/2/2020

I have sent a complaint letter on sunday 2/2/2020.
Received confirmation letter yesterday 4/2.2020.
Grant letter received today 5/2/2020

Good luck to all who are still waiting.... just can recommend to send a complaint letter when you’ve passed the global processing time!
Congratulations. May I know how do you send a complaint ?


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Old 02-05-2020, 06:35 AM
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Old 02-05-2020, 05:08 PM
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This is on the menu of my actual visa application:

“ Bridging visa information

Bridging visas allow visa applicants to stay in Australia while their application is assessed. For more information on bridging visas visit our website.
Important: An applicant who wishes to travel outside Australia before their application is decided must hold a Bridging Visa B.

Apply for a bridging visa”


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Hi, once you apply for the second stage of the visa you’re no longer on the 309, you go onto a bridging visa A whilst a decision is made on your permanent application so if you wish to travel you need bridging visa B which is $155.

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Hi everyone, I applied for my subclass 100 on 5 December 2019 which is just under a month short of the 24 months since my application for the 309.

I decided to just front load all my evidence again as I did with my 309. My 309 was granted within 4 weeks as I had uploaded everything and they called me and were happy with the evidence. I was hoping the same this time but from what I have read here its a very small number of applications that are getting processed within a few months.

Has anyone had any quick turn around or quick response with their application or mostly are you left in the dark until action is required?

Also I have a question regarding the bridging visa B... has anyone applied for this? I read in the application for bridging visa B they take into consideration how long your actual permanent partner visa application is likely to take before they grant the bridging visa? Do they just go off the current processing times or actually consider the individual application?

Thanks,

Best of luck everyone!
Not sure about the waits I just applied myself. I didn't think you need a bridging visa while on visa 309? You don't with the onshore equivalent (820).
That it's wrong. You stay on the 309 until a decision has been made on the 100.


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Old 02-05-2020, 08:04 PM
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That information stays there regardless of Visa and circumstance. BVA's only activate once the current Visa expires. Did you get confirmation you were granted a BVA.

I suggest you read your grant letter as it will tell you that you stay on the 309 until grant of the 100, and you can also check vevo.
Many people stop reading the grant letter past granted, it has a lot of great information

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This is on the menu of my actual visa application:

“ Bridging visa information

Bridging visas allow visa applicants to stay in Australia while their application is assessed. For more information on bridging visas visit our website.
Important: An applicant who wishes to travel outside Australia before their application is decided must hold a Bridging Visa B.

Apply for a bridging visa”


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Originally Posted by mattfourmat View Post
Hi, once you apply for the second stage of the visa you’re no longer on the 309, you go onto a bridging visa A whilst a decision is made on your permanent application so if you wish to travel you need bridging visa B which is $155.

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Originally Posted by al_ghazal View Post
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Originally Posted by mattfourmat View Post
Hi everyone, I applied for my subclass 100 on 5 December 2019 which is just under a month short of the 24 months since my application for the 309.

I decided to just front load all my evidence again as I did with my 309. My 309 was granted within 4 weeks as I had uploaded everything and they called me and were happy with the evidence. I was hoping the same this time but from what I have read here its a very small number of applications that are getting processed within a few months.

Has anyone had any quick turn around or quick response with their application or mostly are you left in the dark until action is required?

Also I have a question regarding the bridging visa B... has anyone applied for this? I read in the application for bridging visa B they take into consideration how long your actual permanent partner visa application is likely to take before they grant the bridging visa? Do they just go off the current processing times or actually consider the individual application?

Thanks,

Best of luck everyone!
Not sure about the waits I just applied myself. I didn't think you need a bridging visa while on visa 309? You don't with the onshore equivalent (820).
That it's wrong. You stay on the 309 until a decision has been made on the 100.


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This is on the menu of my actual visa application:

“ Bridging visa information

Bridging visas allow visa applicants to stay in Australia while their application is assessed. For more information on bridging visas visit our website.
Important: An applicant who wishes to travel outside Australia before their application is decided must hold a Bridging Visa B.

Apply for a bridging visa”
The bridging visa applies for those who do not have a visa, and are waiting for one to be granted..

Those that have been granted the 309 have already got a visa, and therefore do not need a bridging visa.

This is stated for the 309 visa, after it has been granted:

How long you can stay
You can stay until we make a decision about your permanent Partner visa (subclass 100) or you withdraw that application.

Travel on your visa
You can travel to and from Australia as many times as you want.
https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...ional-309#When

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Old 02-05-2020, 09:55 PM
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Hi guys!!!
I applied for my partner visa on the 27th Feb 2018.
On the 27th January 2020 I received an automatic email from immigration saying " You can now submit the info for your permanent partner visa"
In this case can I apply a month before the eligible date?
Did anyone also receive a checklist cause I didn't receive anything, I almost finish the application but still don't know what document I will need.

Thanks🙂


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Old 02-06-2020, 12:01 AM
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You know what I actually called them yesterday and was told that I do need one... I called them today and the women apologised and said I don’t need one and that I can apply for a refund.... always conflicting information. Thanks guys!

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This is on the menu of my actual visa application:

“ Bridging visa information

Bridging visas allow visa applicants to stay in Australia while their application is assessed. For more information on bridging visas visit our website.
Important: An applicant who wishes to travel outside Australia before their application is decided must hold a Bridging Visa B.

Apply for a bridging visa”
The bridging visa applies for those who do not have a visa, and are waiting for one to be granted..

Those that have been granted the 309 have already got a visa, and therefore do not need a bridging visa.

This is stated for the 309 visa, after it has been granted:

How long you can stay
You can stay until we make a decision about your permanent Partner visa (subclass 100) or you withdraw that application.

Travel on your visa
You can travel to and from Australia as many times as you want.
https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...ional-309#When


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That information stays there regardless of Visa and circumstance. BVA's only activate once the current Visa expires. Did you get confirmation you were granted a BVA.

I suggest you read your grant letter as it will tell you that you stay on the 309 until grant of the 100, and you can also check vevo.
Many people stop reading the grant letter past granted, it has a lot of great information
Hi thanks for the reply, I actually checked the grant letter there is no information and I called them before submitting a bridging visa application and I was told I needed one... It wasn't until I called back the following day and was then told I did not need one...


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Old 02-06-2020, 08:28 AM
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The grant letters really must of change. In the tales with all the info it had this towards the bottom.

Stay Period Until notified that subclass 100 has been decided or the
application is withdrawn

Travel Facility Multiple
Visa Conditions NIL

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That information stays there regardless of Visa and circumstance. BVA's only activate once the current Visa expires. Did you get confirmation you were granted a BVA.

I suggest you read your grant letter as it will tell you that you stay on the 309 until grant of the 100, and you can also check vevo.
Many people stop reading the grant letter past granted, it has a lot of great information
Hi thanks for the reply, I actually checked the grant letter there is no information and I called them before submitting a bridging visa application and I was told I needed one... It wasn't until I called back the following day and was then told I did not need one...


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