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Old 08-09-2017, 11:34 AM
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Hi
I lodge a feedback to immi
They just redirect me to read the new time frame
Thank me for bringing issues with Long waiting period up

I wrote to them I
Had issues: can not get a permanent job
While I am in working age, it is a waste for the society and myself. Delaying approval can cause employment issue later. I would be a burden for the community in stead of contributor. At the end I will be approved and be resident anyway.

Do not get $$ For further study while TR has not been subsided by the gov.
We can not apply for a loan, mortgage. We would be much better off if we bought our home
Tension in the relationship due to long waiting period
I quoted their letter to me when request more info. The processing time was 6-8 months. I had plan my life to fit I this time frame. delaying in approve visa put our lives out of planning

I was about to lodge a formal complaint again to the immi before take it to the Ombudman

Then I got approved

Rose[/QUOTE]



Hey Rose,

Congratulations for the good news.

Ease tell us what happened after you complained? Did you complain to DIBP or to the Ombudsman?

What did they tell you in their email responding to your compl


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Old 08-10-2017, 02:06 AM
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hii everyone. In which letter i can find immi mentioned about 6-8 months processing time?
i am going to enter in 17th month soon.


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Old 08-10-2017, 03:24 AM
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It was in the email that you got about submitting the documents just before eligibility date.

It is a hit and miss if complaining works.


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Old 08-10-2017, 03:46 AM
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Woo Hoo!

Over the moon
Onshore 820 application lodged December 19th, 2014
820 granted July 1st, 2016
Onshore 801 application lodged December 19th, 2016
801 granted August 10th, 2017
Vietnamese National married to an Australian citizen.
Aussie Permanent Resident now!

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Old 08-10-2017, 04:57 AM
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Woo Hoo!

Over the moon
Onshore 820 application lodged December 19th, 2014
820 granted July 1st, 2016
Onshore 801 application lodged December 19th, 2016
801 granted August 10th, 2017
Vietnamese National married to an Australian citizen.
Aussie Permanent Resident now!
That's great! So quick!! Congratulations


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Old 08-10-2017, 08:53 AM
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Hi Guys

I has been reading this forum for a while
Tried to post but not success from a phone

Today !

I got the Golden email


Rose
Congratulations! we are so happy for you, enjoy your permanent residents! .


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Old 08-10-2017, 08:58 AM
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Woo Hoo!

Over the moon
Onshore 820 application lodged December 19th, 2014
820 granted July 1st, 2016
Onshore 801 application lodged December 19th, 2016
801 granted August 10th, 2017
Vietnamese National married to an Australian citizen.
Aussie Permanent Resident now!

Congratulations! that was the quickest grant since a long time,we are so happy for you.
Can you please share your list of evidences


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Old 08-14-2017, 12:47 AM
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Hi there!

My eligibility date is coming up on Sep 30 and I just read since Jul 2017 they won't be sending out emails anymore. That explains why I haven't gotten one, as I was stressing out about this a bit.

Our 820 got approved in Jan 2017, after sending more requested evidence in Dec 2016, so I will update the evidence and attach this to our application.

Also, do we need police checks and a health check again?

And are there any people here who got a joint mortgage without having the 801 granted? We are dying to move out of my in laws place, where we've been living now for 3 years and as you can understand we really want a place of our own now. We have saved about 8.5% (we just won't make 20%) and the mortgage can't go in my partner's name because he doesn't have enough capacity on his pay check alone. With rising prices in Melbourne I am just getting really demotivated and I definitely don't have the patience to wait another 18-24 months before we can get a joint mortgage.

Our lives are just on hold and we really want to expand our family, but just not at his dad's house... Any tips for brokers or banks anyone had any luck with? We both have a FT permanent job, genuine savings and good credit scores

Thanks very much for all your help!

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WHV Applied & Granted: 2 Sep 2014 | Arrived in Australia: 28 Oct 2014
820 Applied: 30 Sep 2015 | 820 Granted: 23 Jan 2017
Total 820 wait: 15 months 23 days
801 Eligibility: 30 Sep 2017
801 Applied: 1 Oct 2017 | 801 Granted: 8 Jun 2018

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Old 08-14-2017, 01:00 AM
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Hi there!

My eligibility date is coming up on Sep 30 and I just read since Jul 2017 they won't be sending out emails anymore. That explains why I haven't gotten one, as I was stressing out about this a bit.

Our 820 got approved in Jan 2017, after sending more requested evidence in Dec 2016, so I will update the evidence and attach this to our application.

Also, do we need police checks and a health check again?

And are there any people here who got a joint mortgage without having the 801 granted? We are dying to move out of my in laws place, where we've been living now for 3 years and as you can understand we really want a place of our own now. We have saved about 8.5% (we just won't make 20%) and the mortgage can't go in my partner's name because he doesn't have enough capacity on his pay check alone. With rising prices in Melbourne I am just getting really demotivated and I definitely don't have the patience to wait another 18-24 months before we can get a joint mortgage. Our lives are just on hold and we really want to expand our family, but just not at his dad's house... Any tips of brokers or banks anyone had any luck with? We both have a FT permanent job, genuine savings and good credit scores

Thanks very much for all your help!

Hello,

I reckon you would need another police check. Re health check, you don't need one unless they request one. I didnt send a health check.

Re mortgage, I was able to get a joint mortgage recently with a 820. we went through a mortgage broker and 820 is included in the list along with 801 and some other visas where you are eligible to get a mortgage. This is with ANZ though.


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