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Old 05-01-2019, 03:05 PM
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12 month visitor visas from some of the high risk countries (non ETA) do sometimes get issued, when requested . We got one while waiting for the PMV.
thanks . I did not realise that one could apply for a pmv ONSHORE ! or were you offshore when visa applied for and , because of long wait , you applied for a 12 month visitor visa ? Of course they would be more likely to give 12 months as they knew youi had a PMV application in pipeline . Did you request 12 months when applying and the officer has to agree to it ? thanks .


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We applied for the pmv offshore, then applied for a 12 month visitor visa.

However, different countries deal with a visitor visa, during a pmv application, in different ways.
Some are more flexible with the GTE requirements.


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Hello Everyone,
I am gonna apply this Visa in June
Please share your experience for:
1. standard Marriage cerfiticate, I have applied and paid already. I recived an email to confirm they received my application. So do I have to go there to show my ID or I just need to wait till the certificate ready to collect?
2. Where did you guys do Health checks?
3. Can I submit for Visa 820 before I recived my standard Marriage cerfiticate, and upload standard Marriage cerfiticate later once I have it? Or I have to wait till standard Marriage cerfiticate arrivel?
4 do you know any authorithy people charge good price to translate for some non-English papers work?
5. my husband address official in his parents house. He moves to live with me in a friend's house. He does not want to change the address yet. As we don't want to stay in his friend house forever. So is there any problem to show that we stay together? Or he has to change his address to the address right now?
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5. my husband address official in his parents house. He moves to live with me in a friend's house. He does not want to change the address yet. As we don't want to stay in his friend house forever. So is there any problem to show that we stay together? Or he has to change his address to the address right now?
Having different addresses might make immigration think you live at different addresses, and are therefore not a couple. That could easily lead to a rejection.

There are more applications for this visa group than there are visas available. They need to cut the numbers down, and rejecting some that are not 100% is an easy way to do that.


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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.
after googling for info on my future wife visiting oz on a visit visa and then applying for onshore spouse( partner) visa , it seems this is possible assuming " no further stay" is NOT one of the conditions on visitor visa . can you or anyone kindly tell ne if you had ]
a problem with this making it illegal to lodge a 820 visa application ?? I know that some countries such as Russia suffer discrimination as classed as high risk due to PUTIN I guess ( disgusting practice IMO as innocents suffer ! ) ,. thanking you .


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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.
after googling for info on my future wife visiting oz on a visit visa and then applying for onshore spouse( partner) visa , it seems this is possible assuming " no further stay" is NOT one of the conditions on visitor visa . can you or anyone kindly tell ne if you had ]
a problem with this making it illegal to lodge a 820 visa application ?? I know that some countries such as Russia suffer discrimination as classed as high risk due to PUTIN I guess ( disgusting practice IMO as innocents suffer ! ) ,. thanking you .
Nothing to do with Putin at all.
To oversimplify it, it is based on the immigration behaviour of people from that country. Do they pose a high risk in terms of breaching visa conditions.

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Nothing to do with Putin at all.
To oversimplify it, it is based on the immigration behaviour of people from that country. Do they pose a high risk in terms of breaching visa conditions.
fair enough but same principle that innocent people suffer because of a few devious
characters - very sad .


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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


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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
sorry and I did ask a similar question before but have done more research since .
Amazed that Immigration allow ONSHORE partner visa applications if that agent is correct as trur reason for visitor visa would be exposed under immigration comouter systems . However , good luck to those who succeeded on "change of mind " after
arrival basis . It is even doubtful if my wife would get a visitor visa to visit me in OZ
whilst applying for OFFSHORE spouse visa ! ( smile ) .
Anyone know if forms like 40SP have to be printed out and then completed and then scanned and uploaded to visa application on IMMi account ? Or is there a simpler way to do it by tyoing answers on form online ? Thanks .


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sorry and I did ask a similar question before but have done more research since .
Amazed that Immigration allow ONSHORE partner visa applications if that agent is correct as trur reason for visitor visa would be exposed under immigration comouter systems . However , good luck to those who succeeded on "change of mind " after
arrival basis . It is even doubtful if my wife would get a visitor visa to visit me in OZ
whilst applying for OFFSHORE spouse visa ! ( smile ) .
Anyone know if forms like 40SP have to be printed out and then completed and then scanned and uploaded to visa application on IMMi account ? Or is there a simpler way to do it by tyoing answers on form online ? Thanks .
Sponsor does the online sponsorship form in immi account after the applicant has submitted and paid. Create a new application and the sponsorship one can be found in the same location the applicant application was found.


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