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Old 07-26-2020, 01:12 AM
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New partner 820 received.

Hello,

I am asking this question in regards of a friend who is a applying for a partner visa. He applied and paid two months ago but has not uploaded any documents yet. He is in bridging visa at the moment.

What is his deadline to submit all the documentation?

Thanks so much,

Phillip


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Old 07-26-2020, 05:50 AM
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Hello,

I am asking this question in regards of a friend who is a applying for a partner visa. He applied and paid two months ago but has not uploaded any documents yet. He is in bridging visa at the moment.

What is his deadline to submit all the documentation?

Thanks so much,

Phillip
Before a Case officer is assigned to your application. this time can be from now up to 16 months or more.
Do it as soon as you can.
Tell him to take it serious otherwise he has to pay again and wait for more years.


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Old 07-26-2020, 07:13 AM
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Bear in mind also that they need to demonstrate that they met the eligibility criteria at the time of application, not the time they upload documents.

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Bear in mind also that they need to demonstrate that they met the eligibility criteria at the time of application, not the time they upload documents.
This ^

There seems to be a few folks these days that are applying without taking that into consideration...

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Two months seems like a puzzling long time to leave an application hanging Not having the application ready for consideration can only slow things down when it is picked up by a case officer (which seems to happen relatively swiftly these days, thanks to offshore visas being on hold).


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What kind of person would do this? It absolutely boggles my mind that someone could be this careless about something concerning their relationship.

A quick google search would tell you that most recommendations are that you should upload the evidence right after the application. Leaving it for two months surely wont look good to the case officer, they will question if you really care or not.


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Old 07-30-2020, 11:27 PM
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So I submitted my initial application in February and paid the big $. I hadn't uploaded any documents because I thought I had at least a year until I would hear from a case officer. BUT NO - I got an email on July 3rd for a request for more information with a list of required documents and it noted i had 28 days from the day after they sent the email to submit all the documents. I JUST submitted everything yesterday. Fingers crossed! HOWEVER - it think it's important to note that they didn't request all the documents that are listed on the application specifically the form 80 - that form is a beast and they didn't need it so I didn't have to fill it out/submit it. I'd focus on the evidence part of the relationship and start uploading things like passport, etc that you know they will ask for. And know that the day will come that the case officer asks for more info and you'll have 28 days.


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Old 07-31-2020, 01:42 AM
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kemcmillan Form 80 isn't always required but it always helps.

The more info you provide, the easier you make their job and likely the quicker you get the visa.

We uploaded form 80 along with ever other document and got our 820 in 10 months.

Plus, form 80 looks intimidating but it's really not. Just be methodical, fill it in question by question and it'll be over before you know it.


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You should have all vital evidence in place before you lodge the application and immediately upload it afterwards. There is no point in generating evidence after the application has been lodged, other than to show that the relationship is ongoing.

You need to show you meet the requirements at time of lodgement, so the evidence must reflect that.

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