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Old 01-01-2019, 02:35 PM
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Partner Visa 820 Onshore waiting list

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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Old 01-03-2019, 12:53 PM
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Hi Blythium,

I spoke to immi today. Asked about CO not being assigned however I had lodged in Feb 2018, and Med checks were done late in April last year.
She told me the expected processing time for 820 is 21 - 26 months, so I should not worry that no CO has been assigned yet.

The expected processing time has been revised only on 19 Dec last year, guess we have a long wait.

Good Luck!!


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Hi Blythium,

I spoke to immi today. Asked about CO not being assigned however I had lodged in Feb 2018, and Med checks were done late in April last year.
She told me the expected processing time for 820 is 21 - 26 months, so I should not worry that no CO has been assigned yet.

The expected processing time has been revised only on 19 Dec last year, guess we have a long wait.

Good Luck!!
Thank you for sharing, at least we are know about our PV in queue atm and long way to wait until it sort it by CO. Good luck to u too 🙏😊


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Old 01-06-2019, 06:36 AM
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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.


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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.
We are not far ahead then. Thank you for sharing cause it'll give us a hope to find out the progress.
The BVA will active by the time her visitor 600 visa expired or the substantive visa expired. Example she stayed in Australia for 3 months or more, her BVA already in effect after 3 months She live in Australia . She can work and study even applied a Medicare card by the time she applied the 820/801. I'm waiting on my TFN 😊🤞


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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.


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Old 01-10-2019, 09:04 AM
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I have a question some of you guys might be able to help with.

My partner and I have applied for her 820 visa onshore. She is currently on a tourist visa and entered Australia on December 15th. So will her bridging visa will start on March 15th? (since that will be 3 months in the country).

The visitor visa says it's valid until September 2019, although she can only stay in Aus for 3 months at a time. It doesn't say that it expires after 3 months, just that she has to leave. Which is where my confusion comes from.

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I have a question some of you guys might be able to help with.

My partner and I have applied for her 820 visa onshore. She is currently on a tourist visa and entered Australia on December 15th. So will her bridging visa will start on March 15th? (since that will be 3 months in the country).

The visitor visa says it's valid until September 2019, although she can only stay in Aus for 3 months at a time. It doesn't say that it expires after 3 months, just that she has to leave. Which is where my confusion comes from.

Thanks.
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


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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.
Finger crossed 🤞🙏


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Old 01-11-2019, 04:55 AM
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My wife (German) who is currently on a BVA just got an Oz police check request from immi for her 820 (coming from PMV 300). About a 4 month wait.

PMV 300 applied: 29/10/17
PMV 300 granted: 06/01/18

820 applied: 06/09/18
PCC request: 11/01/19


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