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Old 09-03-2020, 03:37 AM
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We are eligible to apply for 801 in 11 months time.

How amazing would it be if they, due to the reduced backlog, allowed 801 applications with less than 2 years since 820 app..... That's the dream.
I think the 2 year wait from the 820 application will still stand, unless they change the rule altogether. If anything gets better it ll be a grant on Day 1 after the 2 years have elapsed. To be honest I don't see why it cannot happen. Waiting 2 years itself is a long period, then again for more complex cases it may take longer.


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Old 09-03-2020, 06:16 AM
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Absolutely agrees with The Peninsula's comment. It's so tiring having to submit a separate 801 application when the Dept's website clearly indicated the fees paid covers both 820 and 801.

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If anything gets better it ll be a grant on Day 1 after the 2 years have elapsed.
Well now that I've read the interview with the former case officer I must say I agree, this does seem possible. He talked about the officers getting a feel for an application simply based off how everything has been presented by the applicant, and that they get this feeling within minutes.

It's only if something is a little off do they start digging deeper into the documents.

So if we present a good 801 then near instant grants may become a thing.


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Old 09-03-2020, 08:10 AM
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It would be nice to have instant grants etc but I think we underestimate how many applicants are coming in every day and how many case officers are working on them.. I am sure we would be surprised.

On the other hand, it is good to have a separate application for the 801.. makes it harder for those who fake relationships to get through with it.
I honestly believe that if the relationship is honest they don't get a rejection.


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Old 09-03-2020, 11:17 AM
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I have been reading (on other sites) how some people are being granted their PR within a few months of lodging it. Mine has been almost 2 weeks now - but it seems like an age.
My questions are, my agent lodged the 820 for me and there has been nothing showing on my immi account, even though it has been granted since June. Is this quite normal?
Also, I didn't quote the original TRN for the 820 application when submitting my own 801 application. Was it necessary to do so, and if so, should I contact them to advise it?
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Old 09-03-2020, 11:52 PM
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May I ask a question about the doc to be submitted for the 801?

<My timeline>
Application for 820 - Jun 2018
Additional doc submitted - Nov 2019
820 granted - Feb 2020

As Per my understanding, to apply 801, I am supposed to provide evidence starting from the date we submitted the application for 820.

However, as I have submitted additional evidence in Nov 2019, should I include those doc in my 801 application?

Or should I just provide evidence from Nov 2019 onwards?

Thanks for any help and advice. &#x1f92f;


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Old 09-04-2020, 05:04 AM
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Actually you should provide evidence from the date of grant onwards. In your case, evidence should be from Feb 2020.

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Gday all
May I ask a question about the doc to be submitted for the 801?

<My timeline>
Application for 820 - Jun 2018
Additional doc submitted - Nov 2019
820 granted - Feb 2020

As Per my understanding, to apply 801, I am supposed to provide evidence starting from the date we submitted the application for 820.

However, as I have submitted additional evidence in Nov 2019, should I include those doc in my 801 application?

Or should I just provide evidence from Nov 2019 onwards?

Thanks for any help and advice. &#x1f92f;

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Sponsor: Me (Australian Citizen)
Applicant's Country: Russia

PMV/300
Applied: 15 February 2018
CO contact: 23 March 2018
PMV/300 Granted: 27 March 2018
Entry to Australia: 19 April 2018

820
Applied (front loaded): 25 August 2018
State: NSW
CO contact: None
Granted: 9 April 2019
Processing office: Suva

801
Applied (front loaded): 2 August 2020
CO contact: TBC
Granted: TBC
Processing office: TBC

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Old 09-05-2020, 06:54 AM
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Hi Guys,
I have an urgent question. I have submitted my 820 application on May 2019 through my immiaccount, I also attached all required documents for my sponsor through my own immiaccount. Does my husband need to do anything from his immiaccount as well? I am not sure whether sponsorship procedure has changed from the time I applied, or not. And if yes, does it affect my application?


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Old 09-05-2020, 10:54 AM
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Actually you should provide evidence from the date of grant onwards. In your case, evidence should be from Feb 2020.

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Gday all
May I ask a question about the doc to be submitted for the 801?

<My timeline>
Application for 820 - Jun 2018
Additional doc submitted - Nov 2019
820 granted - Feb 2020

As Per my understanding, to apply 801, I am supposed to provide evidence starting from the date we submitted the application for 820.

However, as I have submitted additional evidence in Nov 2019, should I include those doc in my 801 application?

Or should I just provide evidence from Nov 2019 onwards?

Thanks for any help and advice. &#x1f92f;


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Old 09-08-2020, 02:49 PM
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Direct 801 Criteria

Hello everyone,

Me and my wife (an Australian Citizen) started living together in Canada since August 2017 and got married October 2018 and moved to Australia on January 2020 and I applied for Partner Visa 801/820 as soon as we arrived in Australia.

Based on my understanding in order to be qualified for a direct 801 (Permanent Status) grant as oppose to 820 (Temporary Status) firstly then 801 you should have lived together in a De-facto relationship for more than 3 years.

My question is since we have been living together for more than 3 years and our documents uploaded indicate that as well, what can we expect to have granted? would it be 801 directly OR 820 first and shortly after 801 OR worst case scenario that we still have to wait for 2 years from application submission date which is against the 3 year De-facto rule.

I appreciate if I can get a feedback from anyone with information on the 3 year De-facto rule or on a similar past case.

With Many Thanks,


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