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Old 09-28-2017, 11:16 PM
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Yes Noble, I cant keep up anymore hahaa. Waiting time keep going longer and longer, so ridiculous. At one stage, it think the website stated 24-48 months! Im too scared to update anything, in case my queue going back to last again haha.. Anyway we cant lose hope, just keep waiting, we have nothing to worry about, but its just so frustrating isnt it?
Hi Unyil2017, I never heard that updating one's application made them revert to last in the queue. Is that just a theory, or does it actually happen? Because I updated my 820 pretty regularly back when it was being processed...it was granted after 15 months.


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Yes Noble, I cant keep up anymore hahaa. Waiting time keep going longer and longer, so ridiculous. At one stage, it think the website stated 24-48 months! Im too scared to update anything, in case my queue going back to last again haha.. Anyway we cant lose hope, just keep waiting, we have nothing to worry about, but its just so frustrating isnt it?
Hi Unyil2017, I never heard that updating one's application made them revert to last in the queue. Is that just a theory, or does it actually happen? Because I updated my 820 pretty regularly back when it was being processed...it was granted after 15 months.
Hi Rose, its just my mindset. Please dont stress about it

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Yes Noble, I cant keep up anymore hahaa. Waiting time keep going longer and longer, so ridiculous. At one stage, it think the website stated 24-48 months! Im too scared to update anything, in case my queue going back to last again haha.. Anyway we cant lose hope, just keep waiting, we have nothing to worry about, but its just so frustrating isnt it?
If that was true my husband and others would still be waiting for their 801 visa. We uploaded updated evidence every 3 months for the first 6 months and then monthly after that.

I know of a couple of people who got their grants a week after they uploaded additional evidence.

Just the luck of the draw I think (or wonder).

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Apparently nothing will speedy up the process... I?ve seen people with not enough evidences getting visa approved way earlier than people who keep updating and or complain etc..... is all about where your application is sitting....


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I think there are a lot of factors but a lot of it seems to be pure luck.

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Hi Unyil2017, I never heard that updating one's application made them revert to last in the queue. Is that just a theory, or does it actually happen? Because I updated my 820 pretty regularly back when it was being processed...it was granted after 15 months.
It won't reset the queue.

Plenty of people upload things along the way. I did after 3 months for my 300.

If it reset the queue, what happens when a CO requests info and people upload it? Does that CO then put that person that they're nearly completed the file and probably already know what the decision will be, at the back of the line behind people who just applied that day? Grants would take decades... something like tens of thousands of visas are applied for each year (I think close to 70,000). With lines always resetting, no one would get a grant.

It's an irrational thought.

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1 day and 1 year ahead... he lodged the 820 in 2014 so was eligible for the 801 last year.
My bad same years than you was eligible last year too! this process is too long!

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Good news! PR granted
Application: 11/Aug/2014
Grant: 30/Sep/2017
No contacts at all, high risk country (Brazil)
Good luck for everyone! Stay strong

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Good news! PR granted
Application: 11/Aug/2014
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Congratulations. Was this onshore or offshore application?

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