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Old 07-05-2019, 07:53 AM
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Will there be a status change in the application once it's been picked up by the CO?

I personally don't have that many additional evidence to continuously update except screenshot of some messages - which is not many because we live together and bank statements.
The status will stay as it is and will change if additional documents is required or if a contact is made.

Evidence could be social media , family gathering etc..

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Evidence could be social media , family gathering etc..
I am glad they didn't ask us for that, as we didn't have anything like that.


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Congratulations, when did you applied and did you come from PMV visa?

I applied in January, and had come from a PMV (which was granted in May of last year).

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Evidence could be social media , family gathering etc..
I am glad they didn't ask us for that, as we didn't have anything like that.
I just added those images for family gatherings and from social media. I guess it made our case stronger

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Hi there,

Happy New Year 2019, I know it has been a lot of thread about PV 820 waiting Subject. I wonder if anyone who applied the PV 820/801 onshore during year 2018 process waiting list to update.

Let me start :

Lodged PV 820/801 : 10 Aug 2018
Acknowledgement received : 10 Aug 2018
Medical Result Finalised : 17 Oct 2018
BVA active with unlimited work/study and still waiting for CO Assign

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Hi Blythium,

Me and my husband are just about to apply for my partner visa to stay in Australia.While I just heard that according to the new law, under the new regulations, the government must approve your Australian partner as a sponsor before you can apply for a partner visa. Which could be taking a few months, my current visitor 600 expires on Sep02. I am concerned it means I might have to leave and then come back again?


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Hi Blythium,

Me and my husband are just about to apply for my partner visa to stay in Australia.While I just heard that according to the new law, under the new regulations, the government must approve your Australian partner as a sponsor before you can apply for a partner visa. Which could be taking a few months, my current visitor 600 expires on Sep02. I am concerned it means I might have to leave and then come back again?
That hasn't been put into effect yet, (As far as I am aware) so best to get the application in now, before it does.

Once the application is in, you should be under current rules.

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Thanks a lot for the information.


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hi there

We applied on 2nd Sept 2018.
Front loaded application (around 108 docs so far)
Med Check done- 14 Sep
No CO assigned yet
looks like long wait for us, current timeline 23 to 27 months.
Good luck everyone!


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hi there

We applied on 2nd Sept 2018.
Front loaded application (around 108 docs so far)
Med Check done- 14 Sep
No CO assigned yet
looks like long wait for us, current timeline 23 to 27 months.
Good luck everyone!
I think the best is be patient. After 12 months apply for AFP or just Wait the CO request. I applied 820/801 in 10 Aug 2018. Good luck 🙏


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Old 07-08-2019, 11:22 AM
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hi there

We applied on 2nd Sept 2018.
Front loaded application (around 108 docs so far)
Med Check done- 14 Sep
No CO assigned yet
looks like long wait for us, current timeline 23 to 27 months.
Good luck everyone!
It's all a waiting game. Be positive and continue with your daily Life. Do not stress about the visa.

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