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Old 10-30-2019, 03:14 AM
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Yayyy my dad finally got both 820 and 801 visa granted today. So happy they literally shout over the phone when I told them. So total is 16 months straight to 801, they are in the lucky group

I did write a letter to the CO on his behalf asking her to consider granting him 801 immediately after 820 as he is in his 70s, they married for more than 40 years, plus updated pictures of them together with their grandsons (my sons). That letter was uploaded just a few days after the CO request medical check and AFP clearance. I guess it works, so happy guys. Good luck to all of you waiting

820 Applied: 07 Jun 2018
AFP clearance 1st time: 07 Jun 2018
CO assigned: 14 Oct 2019
AFP clearance 2nd time: 21 Oct 2019
Medical check: 22 Oct 2019
Both 820 and 801 Approval: 30 Oct 2019


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Yayyy my dad finally got both 820 and 801 visa granted today. So happy they literally shout over the phone when I told them. So total is 16 months straight to 801, they are in the lucky group<img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />

I did write a letter to the CO on his behalf asking her to consider granting him 801 immediately after 820 as he is in his 70s, they married for more than 40 years, plus updated pictures of them together with their grandsons (my sons). That letter was uploaded just a few days after the CO request medical check and AFP clearance. I guess it works, so happy guys. Good luck to all of you waiting<img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

820 Applied: 07 Jun 2018
AFP clearance 1st time: 07 Jun 2018
CO assigned: 14 Oct 2019
AFP clearance 2nd time: 21 Oct 2019
Medical check: 22 Oct 2019
Both 820 and 801 Approval: 30 Oct 2019
That's a good news, congratulations &#x1f60a;


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Old 11-04-2019, 04:52 AM
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Hello All,

I just want to share a good news, my 820 visa is granted today after long time waiting

820/801 applied : 19/06/2018 (submitted all document exc. medical)
RFI medical and second PC & AFP Check : 17/09/2019
medical : 26/09/2019
second PC :09/10/2019
AFP : 26/09/2019
RFI Sponsor second AFP Check :10/10/2019
submitted sponsor AFP : 30/10/2019
820 Granted : 04/11/2019

Can't Wait to start the second stage (820).

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Old 11-04-2019, 05:12 AM
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Hi all,

I came to AU on a PMV and have been waiting on 820 for 22 months by now, I am a bit unsure why it's taking so long as I am low risk.
I only got notified that they are working on it in June 2019 but nothing else since then.
What are the chances that I go straight to 801 as I am nearly at that mark where I can apply for PR? Is there anything I can do to support it?

Thanks so much for your help!


820 applied 28 Dec 2017
Low risk country (Germany)
Application in progress notification 28 Dec 2019 and 28 Jun 2019


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Hello All,

I just want to share a good news, my 820 visa is granted today after long time waiting <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

820/801 applied : 19/06/2018 (submitted all document exc. medical)
RFI medical and second PC & AFP Check : 17/09/2019
medical : 26/09/2019
second PC :09/10/2019
AFP : 26/09/2019
RFI Sponsor second AFP Check :10/10/2019
submitted sponsor AFP : 30/10/2019
820 Granted : 04/11/2019

Can't Wait to start the second stage (820).

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Congratulations &#x1f600;. My application date is 19 June 2018. Fingers crossed


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Hello All,

I just want to share a good news, my 820 visa is granted today after long time waiting

820/801 applied : 19/06/2018 (submitted all document exc. medical)
RFI medical and second PC & AFP Check : 17/09/2019
medical : 26/09/2019
second PC :09/10/2019
AFP : 26/09/2019
RFI Sponsor second AFP Check :10/10/2019
submitted sponsor AFP : 30/10/2019
820 Granted : 04/11/2019

Can't Wait to start the second stage (820).

Cheers
Put a note in your diary to start the 801 on 19/5/2020.

What nationality ?

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Old 11-05-2019, 01:23 AM
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Anyone having first hand experience of the wait time for a 820 (temp visa only), please post.

Please give wait time in days and the date of application. Thank you


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Put a note in your diary to start the 801 on 19/5/2020.

What nationality ?
yes sure and start checking the 801 waiting room

I'm Indonesian

good luck for anyone that still waiting

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Hi all,

I came to AU on a PMV and have been waiting on 820 for 22 months by now, I am a bit unsure why it's taking so long as I am low risk.
I only got notified that they are working on it in June 2019 but nothing else since then.
What are the chances that I go straight to 801 as I am nearly at that mark where I can apply for PR? Is there anything I can do to support it?

Thanks so much for your help!


820 applied 28 Dec 2017
Low risk country (Germany)
Application in progress notification 28 Dec 2019 and 28 Jun 2019
You seem to be waiting a long time, coming from the PMV.

Most 820's from a PMV are pretty quick. Between 2 and 5 months for most low risk countries recently.

When did you apply for the PMV, and when was that granted?

Are you aware of anything unusual that might be delaying it.

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Old 11-07-2019, 04:45 AM
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You seem to be waiting a long time, coming from the PMV.

Most 820's from a PMV are pretty quick. Between 2 and 5 months for most low risk countries recently.

When did you apply for the PMV, and when was that granted?

Are you aware of anything unusual that might be delaying it.
Thanks for your reply, yes I feel like it's unusually long too. I am not aware of anything that might delay it, but it's making me nervous. I've been updating my application with further evidence every once in a while as well.

PMV lodged 05 Dec 2017
PMV granted 29 Mar 2017

While on my Bridging visa I had one unlucky incident that my travel visa/permission lapsed while I was in NZ, hence I re-entered AU on a tourist visa and then went back to Bridging visa once tourist visa had expired. Not sure if that's of any importance.

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