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Old 06-24-2013, 07:44 AM
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Change of address on 820 visa

Hi all,
I've tried looking for this all over this site and immi.gov and of course in the visa approval letter but no luck. Does my partner need to fill out a form 929 to notify the department that he has moved even though his visa (temporary partner) has been approved?
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Old 06-24-2013, 07:49 AM
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They will need to know where to send his permanent paperwork when it's time to apply for the second stage (permanent residency).

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Sorry, didn't phrase my question clearly. Does it need to be via a form 929 or is there another process etc? Thanks.


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Or you can call DIAC on 131881 to notify them the change of address if you don't mind being on hold on the phone for a while. I notified them my change of address via phone call and it was all good. I received my 2nd stage paperwork at the right address.

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I just emailed my case officer the other day, and she responded saying all was fine and she's updated my information. I'm also on an 820.

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Great, thanks guys! The less paper work the better


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