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Old 04-02-2020, 05:06 AM
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Has anyone here been waiting over 27 months for the 820 partner visa?
  • December 2017: Applied 820 visa
  • December 2019: Requested for more informations (New form 888, Form 80, Up to date evidence of relationship)
  • March 2020: Requested for a new medical examination & AFP from both sponsor and applicant
I wonder how am i going to wait until i get it and if i'll get 801 at the same time....
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Has anyone here been waiting over 27 months for the 820 partner visa?
  • December 2017: Applied 820 visa
  • December 2019: Requested for more informations (New form 888, Form 80, Up to date evidence of relationship)
  • March 2020: Requested for a new




    medical examination & AFP from both sponsor and applicant
I wonder how am i going to wait until i get it and if i'll get 801 at the same time...
. We are almost on the same boat. I submitted October 2017, March 201+ they requested for sponsor AFP. Nothing heard since then.


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Hi Blythium
My wife applied for 820/801 onshore on 6 August 2018. So we are likely on a very similar timeframe for our wait!
She has a tourist visa (600) which is valid until 2020 - so i assume that means her BVA will only be active from then. Good luck with the process, and we'd be happy to share information as the process progresses.
I had thought about bringing my future wife to OZ on a visitor visa when I return to oz to live and then do the 820 onshore partner visa until I heard about the
condition which will undoubtedly apply in her case . However , I show a text from an immigration agent and my response as I am puzzled if agent is correct as it would rule out almost all ONSHORE partner applications . Any comments would be greatly appreciated .

I am puzzled by your comments above as people on an immigration threads say their partner or spouse used the visitor visa to enter OZ and then did the onshore visa application and got their visas in last year . I thought about this with my future wife from Russia until I read about the 8503 condition which woud undoubtedly apply in case of a Russian as discriminated against ( ie high risk ! ) . But how dcan these people do it even if no 8503 condition on visa as they are NOT visitors but using visitor visa to apply for ONSHORE partner visa ?

Consistent disclosure of the same information is important. For example, there is a MYTH out there that if you bring your partner out to visit you in Australia on a Visitor Visa (Subclass 600), it is best for them not to disclose that they are indeed your partner or that you are in a relationship on the application.This is erroneously done in the hopes that this will stop Immigration from putting a ‘no further stay’ (8503 Condition) on the Visitor Visa and allow you to lodge an onshore Partner Visa (subclass 820) to take advantage of the Bridging Visa A. This unfortunately is a TOTAL MYTH and may in faction at a later date
I was in a visitor visa when I came to Australia AND at that time I bought a RETURNED FLIGHT TICKET back to my home country that showed I intended to return to my home country! Afterward during the visit to Aus me and my partner had a discussion why don’t I stay in Aus and that why I applied PV820/801.


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Old 04-08-2020, 11:55 AM
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Still waiting

Applied on 22 Aug 2018
still waiting now
very stressful waiting time

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Same as your lodgement date

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Hi All,
I lodged my partner visa on 22nd August 2018, so far no any communication.
I plan to attach few more evidence of our relationship for the three months after lodging e.g family Chris-mass photos, our holiday in November, current joint account statement, and keep updating quarterly until I get CO attached. Hope this is a good idea.
Wish all the best as we wait.
Hey, I lodged my application on 22 Aug 2018 too.
I received S56 request for more information on 18 Feb 2020 for police check and evidence of relationship and I uploaded them on 19 march 2020,til now still nothing yet. hope it's not because of the coronavirus
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Old 04-09-2020, 04:17 AM
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Wait seriously? When they first contacted me in December 2019, my application said “initial assessment” then when I submitted all the documents, it changed to “further assessment”.
Mine still says “further assessment” after I submitted the AFP
Hi, I am waiting too after submitted police check of sponsor on 19 march2020. but i received an auto generated e-mail saying my application is processing and takes time.........don't know if they put everything on hold due to coronavirus?
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Has anyone here been waiting over 27 months for the 820 partner visa?
  • December 2017: Applied 820 visa
  • December 2019: Requested for more informations (New form 888, Form 80, Up to date evidence of relationship)
  • March 2020: Requested for a new medical examination & AFP from both


    sponsor and applicant
I wonder how am i going to wait until i get it and if i'll get 801 at the same time...

I'm 30 months this month


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I'm 30 months this month
Oh, Juses. I think your waiting time has exeeded the normal processing time and you should really contact the case officer to enquire on it seriously.
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I'm 30 months this month
Oh, Juses. I think your waiting time has exeeded the normal processing time and you should really contact the case officer to enquire on it seriously.
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I'll be calling them next week
We are at 33 months.. We applied in July of 2017...

We only got the request for medicals and FBI check in Feb.. We rushed to complete those and then covid-19 happened... The FBI check finally came through but it was after the 28 days, but I kept them informed as they had requested.

I've now just hit the button saying okay.. you've got everything.

33 months is ridiculous, it really is.. I am grateful my husband has been able to live and work here, but 3 years later its hard to be grateful when we want to move onto the next stage of our lives.


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