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Old 07-20-2020, 01:24 AM
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Processing times have dropped to 7 months for 75% and 17 months for 90% of 801 applications. That's a huge drop in the last few months. Some senior members may be able to confirm if this has ever happened in the last few years. As far as I'm aware, coming from a PMV application back in 2017, the processing times for all partner visas were never in single digit months.

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Processing times have dropped to 7 months for 75% and 17 months for 90% of 801 applications. That's a huge drop in the last few months. Some senior members may be able to confirm if this has ever happened in the last few years. As far as I'm aware, coming from a PMV application back in 2017, the processing times for all partner visas were never in single digit months.
That's amazing. I'm also a PMV-class of '17 and I remember being apprehensive at how long it'd take me to get PR. This is definitely the right time to submit an onshore application...


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Processing times have dropped to 7 months for 75% and 17 months for 90% of 801 applications. That's a huge drop in the last few months. Some senior members may be able to confirm if this has ever happened in the last few years. As far as I'm aware, coming from a PMV application back in 2017, the processing times for all partner visas were never in single digit months.
That's amazing. I'm also a PMV-class of '17 and I remember being apprehensive at how long it'd take me to get PR. This is definitely the right time to submit an onshore application...

Yeah applied for 801 June end, so far both my 300 and 820 came through within 6 months of applying but at that point I remember the processing times as 15 -18 months. So hoping to get it soon. Was about to ask about your timeline when I saw your post 🙂 Congratulations!

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Today DHA have recommenced assessment of offshore visas. I would imagine with such a large backlog of student visa applications etc that processing timeframes will revert back to pre-lockdown or be blown out again due to having to reallocate visa applications to case officers


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Today DHA have recommenced assessment of offshore visas. I would imagine with such a large backlog of student visa applications etc that processing timeframes will revert back to pre-lockdown or be blown out again due to having to reallocate visa applications to case officers
Almost all Permanent visas are issued from one of the onshore offices here in Australia whereas most(not all) temp visas including PMV, 309, 820 and student visas are issued by the high commission of the applicant's country.


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Almost all Permanent visas are issued from one of the onshore offices here in Australia whereas most(not all) temp visas including PMV, 309, 820 and student visas are issued by the high commission of the applicant's country.
That was true for us. The 309 was issued in Ottawa and the 100 in Queensland.

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Today DHA have recommenced assessment of offshore visas. I would imagine with such a large backlog of student visa applications etc that processing timeframes will revert back to pre-lockdown or be blown out again due to having to reallocate visa applications to case officers
The announcement was for student visas.
The Government will recommence granting student visas in all locations lodged outside Australia. This means when borders re-open, students will already have visas and be able to make arrangements to travel.

As a lot of onshore partner visa applications seem to have been done faster, the Australian immigration staff might now have more time to work on other visas.

Immigration have already said that partner visa applications are still being worked on, up to the finalisation stage, and then probably held until the borders open.

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Old 07-20-2020, 11:58 PM
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801 Approval

Finally i got my 801!
Sharing my timeline :
Applied on January 15, 2020
Approved on July 15, 2020.

For those who are currently waiting don't stress yourselves with how long the process is. As long as you are providing the proper documentation all you have to do is just wait Goodluck!


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Finally i got my 801!
Sharing my timeline :
Applied on January 15, 2020
Approved on July 15, 2020.

For those who are currently waiting don't stress yourselves with how long the process is. As long as you are providing the proper documentation all you have to do is just wait Goodluck!
Congratulations.

What is the rest of the timeline? 820 application and grant dates for example, and nationality?

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Old 07-21-2020, 01:14 AM
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Congratulations.

What is the rest of the timeline? 820 application and grant dates for example, and nationality?

Nationality : Philippines
PMV : application Sept. 2016
approved : Nov. 2016

Arrival Australia : February 2017
Married : March 2017

Stage 1 820 : July 2017
approval : June 2018

Email was sent on May 2019 that i can apply for the Stage 2. but i only applied my 801 on January 2020.


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