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Old 05-29-2020, 06:00 AM
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23 Sept 2018 here.
Yes, very stressful.
Just submitted another police check and agent says it's a good sign that no other evidences was asked for.

Good luck
On 18 Feb 2020,I was asked to submit the sponsor's AFP only, not mine. though I uploaded it on 22 Aug 2018 when I lodged the application. I was also asked to provide more evidences of our relationship though I have been uploaded a lot of pictures with family members and friends, beneficiary of each other's insurance, statements from family and friends, holiday tickets. our cat and garden etc, I did not know what else I could upload because I have uploaded them all.

still now still nothing

Very stressed

I think you should get it soon

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Old 05-31-2020, 11:13 PM
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On 18 Feb 2020,I was asked to submit the sponsor's AFP only, not mine. though I uploaded it on 22 Aug 2018 when I lodged the application. I was also asked to provide more evidences of our relationship though I have been uploaded a lot of pictures with family members and friends, beneficiary of each other's insurance, statements from family and friends, holiday tickets. our cat and garden etc, I did not know what else I could upload because I have uploaded them all.

still now still nothing

Very stressed

I think you should get it soon

Hey there. I appreciate your reply.
The first thing is................


The day will come when you will review your life and be thankful for every minute of it. Every hurt, every sorrow, every joy, every celebration, every moment of your life will be a treasure to you, for you will see the utter perfection of the design. You will stand back from the weaving and see the tapestry, and you will weep at the beauty of it.

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I think it is a case of swings and roundabouts. I have read that some applicants uploaded more info to their agent/immi account during the processing duration. I haven't. Some received their grants in a ridiculous short time. Not us. It looks like you're getting very close now as there simply cannot be anything more for you to add.
Let's remain hopeful that some great news arrives very soon.
Stressful it is, but stressing out because of it, simply isn't worth it.
Chin up and be well.


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Hi everyone,
I just got granted my 820 and 801 onshore same time.
Here’s my timeline;
-Applied November 2018
-Received Auto email that application in process November 2019
- submitted my AFP and home country police clearance without asking

-Asked for AFP (sponsor)February 2020 and submitted
- 5 June 2020 820-801 granted

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Congrats to all for receiving both 820/801.
I received my 820 grant late last week.
Now managed to calm down and just ever so slightly deflated that the 801 didn't get approved at the same time. My agent advised it could be because our relationship and marriage was conducted mainly whilst living apart for the years before applying for a partner visa, and that we have to prove that it has been an ongoing relationship in these 2 years during the wait.
Thinking I will go it alone with the 801 as it turns out my agents fees didn't cover the whole 820/801 application process, so another $3k is expected, bring the agents fees more expensive than the visa cost.


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bypass for living with partner for a year?/

Hello,

My girlfriend and I met in South Korea and have been dating for a year and some change.. unfortunately we didn't live together and now I am stuck in America after visiting before corona was in full effect. My question is, does registering your relationship when arriving in Australia bypass having to live together for 12 months before applying for the onshore visa?

We have pretty much every other evidence needed to apply once covid-19 clears up but are super anxious about this little dilemma.

Any help is much appreciated, thanks!


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Could u plz elaborate a bit more about what do you mean agent cost is more expensive than visa cost.


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Could u plz elaborate a bit more about what do you mean agent cost is more expensive than visa cost.


Sure.
The cost of the visa was $7,160 + $145 BVB
Agents fees are $4,400 for 820 and a further $3,000 for 801.
It pays to shop around.


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Ok why did you pay extra $3000 to the agent.


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is it because you want ur agent to get ur 801 quickly ...how ...i hav been waiting for 27 months and i didnt get even 820....hoping they will give together....current agent is telling me just wait and dont annoy the immigration...i got another agent telling me pay $3k and will get ur 801 90% confirm ..I am quite confused. Plz advise if possible


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is it because you want ur agent to get ur 801 quickly ...how ...i hav been waiting for 27 months and i didnt get even 820....hoping they will give together....current agent is telling me just wait and dont annoy the immigration...i got another agent telling me pay $3k and will get ur 801 90% confirm ..I am quite confused. Plz advise if possible

I've been wanting 32 months. Not even 820


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