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Old 08-14-2017, 03:18 AM
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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.
thanks heaps!!

re the mortgage that makes me feel relieved

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Old 08-14-2017, 11:20 AM
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hi everyone,

Last friday I made an enquiry about the processing of my visa. I wasn't expecting any reply as I know processing time is 12-18 months for 801. i just thought i follow up just like what I did when my 820 is on process. Luckily today I received an email from DIBP and they're asking for another police check. Can this be a good sign? Keeping my finger crossed. i already applied again for a police check and will upload as soon as I get it.

820 application: Nov 2014
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Old 08-14-2017, 11:34 AM
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hi everyone,

Last friday I made an enquiry about the processing of my visa. I wasn't expecting any reply as I know processing time is 12-18 months for 801. i just thought i follow up just like what I did when my 820 is on process. Luckily today I received an email from DIBP and they're asking for another police check. Can this be a good sign? Keeping my finger crossed. i already applied again for a police check and will upload as soon as I get it.

820 application: Nov 2014
820 granted : Jan 2016
801 application: Oct 2016
It is hard to tell. There was someone that was asked for a new AFP and their visa ended up being granted a long time after the request ... I feel it was over 6 months but I can't remember the exact amount of time.

Did you submit an AFP with your 801 application? If you didn't it could just be the person checking to make sure all the mandatory documents has been included.

As they say .... each case is different.


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Yep i did submit the police check when I applied for 801.


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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.
Any chance you can let me know which broker you went through?? My partner and I are also looking at purchasing a house in the near future and wanting to know who to speak to. It's good to know that you got a joint mortgage. Was the house also under the joint name? I heard it costs more to have it under both names if one isn't a PR. Is this true?

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hi everyone,

Last friday I made an enquiry about the processing of my visa. I wasn't expecting any reply as I know processing time is 12-18 months for 801. i just thought i follow up just like what I did when my 820 is on process. Luckily today I received an email from DIBP and they're asking for another police check. Can this be a good sign? Keeping my finger crossed. i already applied again for a police check and will upload as soon as I get it.

820 application: Nov 2014
820 granted : Jan 2016
801 application: Oct 2016

Hello,

can I please know where you sent an inquiry?

We have similar dates. 820 application 13th october 2014
820 granted on october 29 2015
801 application 13th october 2016

Thank you


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Old 08-14-2017, 10:48 PM
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Me too.

Applied for 801: 26th Oct 2016

At this point I'd be in tears of happiness to receive any acknowledgement of my application haha.
Fingers crossed the end is near for you!


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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!

The banks etc wouldn't allow my husband to be on our mortgage (he's currently on an 820) because he has his own business, but hasn't had it long enough. Needed a couple of years worth of tax returns apparently. If you don't work for yourself, you should be right. Just shop around as it seems as though different branches of the same bank even do things differently. Seems a bit subjective. Good luck!

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Old 08-15-2017, 01:16 AM
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[quote=pikachufan;1643530]Hello,

can I please know where you sent an inquiry?

We have similar dates. 820 application 13th october 2014
820 granted on october 29 2015
801 application 13th october 2016


I found an enquiry form on the DBIP website. Just search Partner (Permanent) Processing Centres Enquiry Form

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Old 08-15-2017, 04:42 AM
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Any chance you can let me know which broker you went through?? My partner and I are also looking at purchasing a house in the near future and wanting to know who to speak to. It's good to know that you got a joint mortgage. Was the house also under the joint name? I heard it costs more to have it under both names if one isn't a PR. Is this true?
we went though the Aussie. only the mortgage is under both our name as there would be extra stamp duty cost if my name would be added to the property as i dont have PR


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