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Marriage in-between 820 and 801 Question

Hi Y'all -

I am a few months away from being eligible to submit documents for the 801; I was granted the 820 a year ago. When we applied for the 820 we were not even engaged yet, then a couple months after applying for the 820 we got engaged and within the next year got married officially.

I notified Immigration through my Immi account that we changed addresses since the 820 was approved, but I can't figure out how to notify Immigration that we are now married. There wasn't a name change in the marriage, but we did have a whole wedding here in Australia with people flown in from different countries to celebrate and we have the marriage certificate.

Do we need to communicate our marriage to Immigration now or do we wait until our 801 account opens up on Immi to do all the document uploads? Do we have to report marriage now to them somehow like an address change or ? I can't figure out on the site how to do that. The 801 checklist says we need to update Immigration with any paperwork like a marriage certificate, birth of a child, divorce decree, child custody, adoption, name change, address change, etc? I've tried attaching a screenshot.
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Anybody have an answer?


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I would have just included it when I submitted Stage 2.


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I would have just included it when I submitted Stage 2.
Okay will do that - tell them at the 801 submission in a few months that we got engaged and then married a year later all since applying for the 820. Thanks :-)


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