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Old 07-23-2019, 06:44 AM
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Slightly off-topic, but, does anyone here know what the wait times are actually like when going from a PMV to 820? Scanning the forum is giving me all sorts of answers.

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Date of Entry: 28 Jul 2019
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Old 07-23-2019, 07:47 AM
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Slightly off-topic, but, does anyone here know what the wait times are actually like when going from a PMV to 820? Scanning the forum is giving me all sorts of answers.
These are recent April to June 820 grants from PMV's, .

820 Finalised after 7.5 months, from Russia. 13.7 months after PMV Application
820 Finalised after 3.5 months, from Philippines. 14.5 months after PMV Application
820 Finalised after 8.9 months, from India. 38.9 months after PMV Application
820 Finalised after 6.2 months, from Thailand. 25.3 months after PMV Application
820 Finalised after 2.1 months, from Philippines. 12 months after PMV Application
820 Finalised after 0.1 months, from UK. 12.7 months after PMV Application
820 Finalised after 5.1 months, from Canada. 17.2 months after PMV Application


Compared to normal 820 applications:
820 Finalised after 19.5 months, from UK
820 Finalised after 20.7 months, from Denmark
820 Finalised after 11.3 months, from UK
820 Finalised after 13.4 months, from ?
820 Finalised after 24.5 months, from Pakistan
820 Finalised after 15.9 months, from USA
820 Finalised after 23 months, from ?
820 Finalised after 24.7 months, from ?
820 Finalised after 14.4 months, from Germany
820 Finalised after 17.4 months, from Singapore

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can you still use a person as a witness to the relationship (stat decs) if they have criminal charges/record?
Unless it changed in the new tax year, yes, you can.


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Unless it changed in the new tax year, yes, you can.
thank you for the reply but could you please clarify?


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thank you for the reply but could you please clarify?
The new Australian tax year began July 1, and thats when some slight changes are generally made to visa requirements. As I have already filed, I do not know if anything changed.


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Old 07-24-2019, 01:38 PM
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I'm not sure if anyone follows MyImmiTracker, but its showing a 309 grant from an American applicant in 6.5 months.

You can view it HERE

Seems awfully fast, especially given the time frames we've been seeing here!

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Old 07-25-2019, 12:03 AM
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Useful to see that snapshot of 820 grant timelines....I lodged mine back in April and having just looked on the Immi website couldn't get any updates on processing times.


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Okay, random question that I'm not sure anyone will know the answer to, but do we know if the 309/100 is attached to a specific passport number? We applied June 2018 for hubby's PR, and his passport expires next month so he's applied for a renewal of his passport. We're about to submit the last of our request for further evidence items, so after that his visa could be approved at any point. But will they tie it to his old passport number (the one we applied with), making him unable to enter with the passport he just applied for? (FYI the new passport will take approx 4-6 weeks to get back to us). Should I just submit an Update in Status form letting them know we've applied for his new passport, in case the visa is attached to the passport?


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Okay, random question that I'm not sure anyone will know the answer to, but do we know if the 309/100 is attached to a specific passport number? We applied June 2018 for hubby's PR, and his passport expires next month so he's applied for a renewal of his passport. We're about to submit the last of our request for further evidence items, so after that his visa could be approved at any point. But will they tie it to his old passport number (the one we applied with), making him unable to enter with the passport he just applied for? (FYI the new passport will take approx 4-6 weeks to get back to us). Should I just submit an Update in Status form letting them know we've applied for his new passport, in case the visa is attached to the passport?
I do not know how they're connected, but i'd assume reaching out to let them know, then updating with a scan of the new passport once it arrives.

I emailed the washington.dfat email address yesterday to inquire about processing status on my account, as my medical/police checks will expire in September. I received a message back (not automatic) that they were adding the information to my file for consideration. I'm unsure what that means - if anything - but it shows that there's actually a human behind that email address!

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Okay, random question that I'm not sure anyone will know the answer to, but do we know if the 309/100 is attached to a specific passport number?
The visa is attached to a Passport number.

We notified immigration of the new passport details as soon as we got it, to ensure the visa was linked to it.

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/chan...ssport-details

Change of passport details
You need to advise the Department of any changes to your passport details before and after a visa is granted to you.

Your contact and passport details can be updated online via ImmiAccount if your application was lodged online.

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