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Old 11-07-2019, 10:52 AM
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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.

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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.
My partner is in the same boat as you. Came from a PMV but still waiting for a 820. It has been 22 months now!
Straightforward application, low risk country, long term relationship before PMV and now married


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Old 11-10-2019, 04:48 AM
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My partner is in the same boat as you. Came from a PMV but still waiting for a 820. It has been 22 months now!
Straightforward application, low risk country, long term relationship before PMV and now married
Wait til 24 months and write a letter of consideration asking them to grant you 801 straight after 820 was approved. Upload it in "Other document" My dad got assigned a CO after 16 months of waiting on stage 1 (820 application). He then wrote a letter to the CO, asking them to give him 801 straight away as my parents have been married for 48 years, with updated pictures. A few days after providing AFP clearance and medical check, he was granted both 820 then 801 a few minutes apart. So it might be worth to give it a try.


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Old 11-13-2019, 10:21 PM
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If she arrived Dec 15th in Australia on tourist visa and it said the expired date March 15th, as long she stay in Australia more than 3 months meaning her BVA will come into effect on March 16th. She is eligible for apply interim Medicare card but the TFN only available after March 15th
Hello, Same case with me. I was wondering if I should leave Australia on Nov 30 as it says on visa expiry date. I have also 3 mos of stay on each arrival. We plan to lodge partner visa by next week until we have enough funds to pay for the PV. Will I automatically get a BVA let's say Dec 1, when we submit PV by next week?


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If she arrived Dec 15th in Australia on tourist visa and it said the expired date March 15th, as long she stay in Australia more than 3 months meaning her BVA will come into effect on March 16th. She is eligible for apply interim Medicare card but the TFN only available after March 15th
Hello, Same case with me. I was wondering if I should leave Australia on Nov 30 as it says on visa expiry date. I have also 3 mos of stay on each arrival. We plan to lodge partner visa by next week until we have enough funds to pay for the PV. Will I automatically get a BVA let's say Dec 1, when we submit PV by next week?
Hi, if your visa expired on Nov 30 and it's best apply before the expiration. Register IMMI account online and pay the PV and you will receive the acknowledgement letter then the bridging visa letter from IMMI. The bridging visa will active after 3 months of your duration of stay in Australia, that's what I know


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Thank you, I will try that!
I need to apply for a permission to travel at 23 months waiting for my 820, so I will see if can include that in there

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I lodged my 820 application 25. November 2017 and have now come to the ‘Initial Assessment’ stage as it says on my Immi Account. They have asked for further information which I am providing at the moment, not knowing any more than having been assigned a CO. Should be a straightforward case; married to an Oz woman, low risk country and nothing on my police records, healthy as anything. The processing time says 20 to 29 months, my question is does that time count from when the application is lodged or is it from another point on the timeline? The wait and uncertainty is unbearable..

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I lodged my 820 application 25. November 2017 and have now come to the ‘Initial Assessment’ stage as it says on my Immi Account. They have asked for further information which I am providing at the moment, not knowing any more than having been assigned a CO. Should be a straightforward case; married to an Oz woman, low risk country and nothing on my police records, healthy as anything. The processing time says 20 to 29 months, my question is does that time count from when the application is lodged or is it from another point on the timeline? The wait and uncertainty is unbearable..
It means that in October 2019 – 75% of subclass 820's were processed in 20 months or less. And 10% took over 29 months.

The date is based on the 820 application date, ie the date you paid and submitted most of the required information.

You say you lodged November 2017? 2 years ago.?

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I lodged my 820 application 25. November 2017 and have now come to the ‘Initial Assessment’ stage as it says on my Immi Account. They have asked for further information which I am providing at the moment, not knowing any more than having been assigned a CO. Should be a straightforward case; married to an Oz woman, low risk country and nothing on my police records, healthy as anything. The processing time says 20 to 29 months, my question is does that time count from when the application is lodged or is it from another point on the timeline? The wait and uncertainty is unbearable..
It means that in October 2019 – 75% of subclass 820's were processed in 20 months or less. And 10% took over 29 months.

The date is based on the 820 application date, ie the date you paid and submitted most of the required information.

You say you lodged November 2017? 2 years ago.?
That is correct, submitted and paid for on the 26. November 2017!(got the date slightly mixed up but one day doesn’t make much difference).

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That is correct, submitted and paid for on the 26. November 2017!(got the date slightly mixed up but one day doesn’t make much difference).
Still at 'Initial Assessment' after 2 years seems odd.

What were they asking for?

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Still at 'Initial Assessment' after 2 years seems odd.

What were they asking for?[/QUOTE]

It is a bit odd hey... There were a couple of details that got mixed up I needed to rectify, a new AFP police clearance, plus more evidence of us having been a couple for twelve months prior to lodgement. We have given all evidence we have on the latter, and provided documentation as time has gone by. Must say this makes me a bit apprehensive.

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