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Old 06-01-2020, 01:25 AM
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We have been waiting for 801 since august and and applied for 820 in june 2017 and we have seen so many getting processed before us but we have been only together 4 years this year and been married for 3 years in april this year. I'm guessing that plays a part in the waiting time? Or should I send an enquiry?


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Here's hoping you're right! Lodged my 801 last month
What was your timeline for the 820?

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What was your timeline for the 820?
Lodged February 2018, granted June 2018. Quicker than I thought, but I applied on the back of a PMV and I've been told it can sometimes speed up the process for the 820.


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Lodged February 2018, granted June 2018. Quicker than I thought, but I applied on the back of a PMV and I've been told it can sometimes speed up the process for the 820.
The 820 from PMV was normally faster, sometimes the PMV and 820 waiting time was about the same as a normal 820.

What was your PMV timeline?

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The 820 from PMV was normally faster, sometimes the PMV and 820 waiting time was about the same as a normal 820.

What was your PMV timeline?
I don't have the exact dates at hand, but I recall it was processed from the UK in 3 months back in 2017 .


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G'Day.
I was granted my 820 last week, 21 months after lodgement.
I was wondering, how soon may I apply for my 801?
Would there be any difficulties with not doing it through my agent as I did the 820 through them. For instance, would I now take back control of my immi account and liaise with the case officer?
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I was granted my 820 last week, 21 months after lodgement.
I was wondering, how soon may I apply for my 801?
Would there be any difficulties with not doing it through my agent as I did the 820 through them. For instance, would I now take back control of my immi account and liaise with the case officer?
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You lodged the 820 in September 2018? So you can do the 801 in September 2020. (24 months after lodging the 820)

In August you might get a notification saying you can start the lodging uploads. That is normal at 23 months after 820 application, then they might start to look at it after the 24 months mark.

Not sure about any difficulties taking over from the agent, as you might have signed for them to get all correspondence. You need to check that, and tell the old agent that you are going it alone on the 801.

You will do it online, and probably have no contact with any case officer, assuming you upload everything they require.

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Many Thanks JandE.
Yes, Sept 2018 lodgement.
I shall be having an online chat with the agent this week. I checked the contract last week and it does not state that it must include the 801 application. I only became aware of the additional charges by the agent when they wrote to me with the good news about the 820 and moving on with the 801. I guess that they would notify the DoHA that they are no longer my agents and I would receive any further DoHA correspondence through my immi account.
I thought that i had read somewhere on the forum that people had began their further applications before being invited to do so and earlier than 24 months.
Cheers, and have a great week.


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I thought that i had read somewhere on the forum that people had began their further applications before being invited to do so and earlier than 24 months.
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That's at the 23 month mark. But when it asks, 'has it been 24 months', you must answer yes.
Sounds weird, but that's what some do.

We did the 801 about 3 months after eligibility, and it didn't slow the process down. We didn't get the notification/invitation to start either.

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