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All good I don't come on here much as it just makes me sad seeing people who have been waiting shorted get granted, I guess it's luck of the draw rather than when you applied in most cases, at least it feels like that sometimes lol!
I agree! If they processed them in order then people would be alot happier and it would save them too because people would not be ringing etc for updates.

They could have someone or a couple of people doing the complex cases and send them an email saying it is complex and it will take longer, but if people could see the majority being processed in order everyone would be happy about it.

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Thanks for replying Mish, that was what I was worried about. I won't bother sending it, if they do read them I don't want to run the risk of sounding like our relationship is in trouble when it's not.

Just getting to frustrated coming to the 12months.


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Hi guys, silly question but with the partner stat dec can my boyfriend continue answering each question on a separate page if he runs out of room? He's pretty determined to hand write it since my witness' hand wrote their 888s. However, unlike with the 888s, the partner stat dec doesn't say he can finish his questions on a second page.


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Thanks for replying Mish, that was what I was worried about. I won't bother sending it, if they do read them I don't want to run the risk of sounding like our relationship is in trouble when it's not.

Just getting to frustrated coming to the 12months.
Personally, I donít think placing an inquiry in regards to your application is a sign of desperation or your relationship is having trouble .
At the end of the day you have the right to ask even though immigration will simply send an auto reply response .

Immigration is being bombarded with so many queries because they brought it upon themselves. Like Mish mentioned earlier , complex cases should be advised of longer processing times .
If they try to communicate people will stop calling them or asking questions . At the end of the day we are taking about people lives and future .

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Personally, I don’t think placing an inquiry in regards to your application is a sign of desperation or your relationship is having trouble .
At the end of the day you have the right to ask even though immigration will simply send an auto reply response .

Immigration is being bombarded with so many queries because they brought it upon themselves. Like Mish mentioned earlier , complex cases should be advised of longer processing times .
If they try to communicate people will stop calling them or asking questions . At the end of the day we are taking about people lives and future .
This is what frustrates me most of the entire visa process. It's the lack of communication. Especially with the partner visa's as it's such a faceless system dealing with the most personal of information and families futures.

With so many hours wasted responding to enquires complaints, phone calls wanting updates etc, that man power could probably be reduced if they updated applicants once in a while.

I don't know what to do, I'd like to enquire just incase. But with the personal email I drafted I'm worried we'd sound bumpy as a couple but if I write something on the lines of "I'd like an update" with no reasoning I feel i'd have 0% of a chance of response as it's so impersonal.

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This is what frustrates me most of the entire visa process. It's the lack of communication. Especially with the partner visa's as it's such a faceless system dealing with the most personal of information and families futures.

With so many hours wasted responding to enquires complaints, phone calls wanting updates etc, that man power could probably be reduced if they updated applicants once in a while.

I don't know what to do, I'd like to enquire just incase. But with the personal email I drafted I'm worried we'd sound bumpy as a couple but if I write something on the lines of "I'd like an update" with no reasoning I feel i'd have 0% of a chance of response as it's so impersonal.
Yes, lack of communication is the reason why immigration is getting so many phone calls, emails and complaints . Also, donít forget that applications are not process as per eligibility date like they say. Iíve seen visa being granted here after my eligibility date . Of course , Iím happy for those who are getting their visas but Iím also putting a question mark on my life .

To be honest, I have contacted immigration 5 times just to enquiry about the status of my husband visa . We are not desperate neither or relationship is in trouble . We have just waited long enough with no update and we are seeing grants after our eligibility date.

Not a single constructive response from the 5 emails . Not sure if they read or just ignore it.

I have decided not to contact them anymore because Iím feed up.

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You could try mentioning the service standards and asking if they require any further documentation. They usually don't reply but you can only try.

I think alot are in the same position re: mortgage, study etc

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Hi guys, my eligibility date was yesterday, but due to some unforeseen issues I probably won't have everything ready to go until tomorrow. To save time I was going to fill out the easy parts of the application first, save, and then go back and edit...but this function doesn't work for me (and didn't when I did my 820). I fill out the application, hit save, but when I go back I have to start from the beginning.

Does anyone know why this is happening? I use chrome. It would be useful to know why as sometimes the application times out and I have to repeatedly start over.


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Hi guys,

one question, hope you can help me:
my eligibility date was 2nd march 2017, i did my 801 application 10 days later, so i dont really expect my visa to be approved until at least march 2018.
Recently, me and my aussie girlfriend came to my home country Mexico for a 4 month long holiday to be with my parents as I hadnt been back home in years.
I checked my VEVO status from Mexico, and I found it now says "offshore" and "visa expiry date: 31 august 2037" instead of indefinite.

Is this alright?? has anybody been in that situation before?
Also, we under temporary partner visa 820m dont have any travel restrictions right?
I mean, Im perfectly fine if we stay in Mexico for some 4 months right?

at the IMMI phone they even told me I could be out of australia when the decision is made.

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