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Old 02-12-2018, 12:29 PM
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Thats fantastic. And very quick. We submitted same for our in october. everything is the same, we are married legally and have 7 year history.

the difference is country of submission and associated risk/resourcing.

the applicant in our case is thai and deemed higher risk. due to this risk (aka racism) we have supplied all information in oct last year and must keep waiting.

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Hello everyone!! I am also new and I am somewhat scared. I uploaded my application for the 820 visa on November 27, 2017 and in two months we have already requested the police checks and the medical exams, I am a bit overwhelmed since all this is very fast and we have not had time to gather more information. My agent does not understand and there are people waiting for many months! I am in a relationship since 2015 and in a de facto for more than a year. Does anyone know why? If the waiting time is supposed to be 12 to 14 months? thanks heaps!


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If the waiting time is supposed to be 12 to 14 months? thanks heaps!
When the waiting time was 12 to 14 months it meant that 75% were done within 12 months.
Only 15% took 12-14 months.

Some are done quickly, although it is now 75% in under 20 months.

The problem now, is that if an application is not complete when submitted, it can be rejected for insufficient evidence.

Worthwhile getting it all in quickly.


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Hello everyone!! I am also new and I am somewhat scared. I uploaded my application for the 820 visa on November 27, 2017 and in two months we have already requested the police checks and the medical exams, I am a bit overwhelmed since all this is very fast and we have not had time to gather more information. My agent does not understand and there are people waiting for many months! I am in a relationship since 2015 and in a de facto for more than a year. Does anyone know why? If the waiting time is supposed to be 12 to 14 months? thanks heaps!


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Our PIDs medical an pol check requests came the same week we paid the fee. We supplied all this within the stated time frame but haven't heard squat since. That was early October.

Some area seem to be testing the automation systems within the client enterprise system linked to immiaccount more than others.

thing is you shouldn't really submit application if youre not ready and 2nd question i would have is why your agent has not advised on this?


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from 309 to 100

Hi guys!

If anyone can clear this up for me I'd really appreciate it...

My husband was granted visa 309 n the 8th of December 2015...

We forgot all about stage 2 as the DIBP no longer send reminders (WHYYYY!!??) and did not lodge for subclass 100 until 17th of Jan 20 2018 - 2 years 2 months and 9 days after 309 was granted...Firstly, are we too late?!??!

Secondly... home affairs website says subclass 100 processing time is 20-23 months. Does that mean we need to possibly wait 2 more years for a decision on 100, or does that wait time begin from when visa 309 was granted?

Hopefully someone can shed some light!
Thanks!


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I submitted one day early, just short of two years. Does anyone know if this is a problem?
It seems to be a bit of a process to withdraw an application only to resubmit tomorrow ... but now that I've done it, I'm nervous ...


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Hi guys!

If anyone can clear this up for me I'd really appreciate it...

My husband was granted visa 309 n the 8th of December 2015...

We forgot all about stage 2 as the DIBP no longer send reminders (WHYYYY!!??) and did not lodge for subclass 100 until 17th of Jan 20 2018 - 2 years 2 months and 9 days after 309 was granted...Firstly, are we too late?!??!

Secondly... home affairs website says subclass 100 processing time is 20-23 months. Does that mean we need to possibly wait 2 more years for a decision on 100, or does that wait time begin from when visa 309 was granted?

Hopefully someone can shed some light!
Thanks!
I am not sure how this is viewed. If they haven't sent out a refusal notice already you should be fine. I've heard stories about people being over a year late and all good, but not sure about longer than that. Also your eligibility is from your initial lodgement and not from grant date. Maybe ask Mark here on the forum about it.


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WOW That is awesome news. My husband and lodged his application on 11 Jan 2018. We have been married for almost 18 years and have 3 children. Our application status is "Application Assessment in Progress" We are praying that we hear back as soon possible so that our family is reunited again. Thank you for sharing as this has given me hope


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Thank you so much! Me and my partner still cannot believe it but we are so happy!!
Are you applying for an offshore visa or onshore visa?

We made sure we had all the information they needed, except for medical. We had to wait until a case officer asked me for it, as they provide us with a HAP ID number that your doctor will need.

Jake - Sponsor Partner

- Copy of Passport
- Copy of Birth Certificate
- Copy of his current Lease Agreement
- Copy of Drivers License
-Copy of his Police Extract
- 40sp - He does it online on your immi account. You must submit and pay for the visa before he can fill out his 40sp.


Me - Applicant

- Copy of Birth Certificate
- Copy of current Passport
- Copy of Swedish and Australian Police Extract . I provided both since I am not allowed to have any criminal records of my own country and I had been living in Australia for 4 years before applying for our offshore de facto visa.
- Copy of current Lease Agreement
- Copy of Drivers License + my international license
-80 filled out - takes ages
-47sp - you do in online on your immi account, once you have submitted your visa.

Relationship Evidence

- Joint Bank account - Evidence of;
- Bank statements of rent money
- Money going in and out of joint account
- Joint Lease agreements - make sure to get a copy of all places you have stayed together at. even if you have been on a holiday together and had 2 nights at a hotel or hostel. But make sure both your names are on it.

Social aspects:

- Joint invites (e.g birthday parties, weddings, dinners etc. Make sure they are addressed in both your names)
- Postcards addressed to both you
- Travels together - photos, bookings of accommodation
- Photos of both you together with families and/or friends.

Statutory Decs;
All together me and my partner provided 6 statutory declarations from friends and family and then you have to write one yourself.

4 - Form 888 ( have to be Australian citizen/or permanent)
2 - Written statutory declaration from my dad and my non permanent friend who lives in Australia.
1 - Statutory Declaration from the sponsor
1 - Statutory Declaration from the applicant

Evidence of communication:

- Saved messages and phone call extracts during periods of being apart.
It seems a bit excessive I know, but trust me it is worth using it all. Proves that you are really committed to each other.

This is the most important things you need to use or find out about. Some things I have not gone into details about as you'll learn as you go. But ill send you this link that is really good to read through before you start, or use whilst in the process of providing all your information.
Be patient. it does take time. I have spent 12 hours/day some days. Onc you start its hard to put it aside as you just want it to be done with. But it is all worth it in the end to put that extra effort into what you both want. To be able to live and spend the rest of your lives together.

Do not hesitate to ask more questions I you have any. More than happy to help. Hope what I have written so far does.
Hi I just got my 309 granted and now moving on to the second step. Can you please guide how to go about... Help will be very much appreciated. I am from India and now in Australia. Partner is a citizen. My two years are ending on 10th Oct 2018.


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