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Old 07-30-2020, 04:19 AM
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Hi we have applied for partner sponsor visa 25 month ago no response at all i am still on bringing 820 what are my options
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Same adrees, certificate of relationship, suppa Benefitors are on each other names, bank statements, witness statements , pictures, travels, oversees, and here as well
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Hi we have applied for partner sponsor visa 25 month ago no response at all i am still on bringing 820 what are my options
All the evidence are provided
Same adrees, certificate of relationship, suppa Benefitors are on each other names, bank statements, witness statements , pictures, travels, oversees, and here as well
I look forward to some advice
Thank you
You say you are on the bridging 820, are you on the bridging visa or the 820 at the moment.

Some visa applications can take longer than average, it might depend on how fast your country responds to requests, etc.

Did you do it via an agent or yourself?

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820 bridging but we applied for both visa at same time
Do i have some options to contact immigration on email
Agent is doing the procedure for me


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Old 07-30-2020, 06:54 AM
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820 bridging but we applied for both visa at same time
Do i have some options to contact immigration on email
Agent is doing the procedure for me
The 820 is not a bridging visa, it is the temporary partner visa. The bridging visa is the one between your original visa, and the 820 grant.

Your agent is the best person to advise you, after all you have paid them to do that.

They also know your application details which would be relevant to give a reasonable answer to your question.

Have you checked what the average processing time is, for your nationality?

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You could try this form:
https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help...s-enquiry-form

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That form is only if they already hold the 820 visa, and have submitted the 2nd stage 801, and are waiting for that.

I get the feeling they only have a bridging visa.

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That form is only if they already hold the 820 visa, and have submitted the 2nd stage 801, and are waiting for that.

I get the feeling they only have a bridging visa.
Ah right good to know! I suppose worst case they will ignore it. If they've requested/are eligible for a 820/801 quick succession grant (e.g. cause of LT relationship) perhaps no harm in doing so.

Unrelated visa subclass and perhaps just coincidence, but for our general skilled migration visa we noticed activity from case officers when we submitted a feedback (suggestion not complaint) that we asked to be forwarded to the relevant processing team - although in reality we didn't have a suggestion but just wanted someone to open our file and take some action.

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Old 07-30-2020, 11:39 AM
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Hi we have applied for partner sponsor visa 25 month ago no response at all i am still on bringing 820 what are my options
All the evidence are provided
Same adrees, certificate of relationship, suppa Benefitors are on each other names, bank statements, witness statements , pictures, travels, oversees, and here as well
I look forward to some advice
Thank you
I dont understand what you are trying to ask. Are you on a Bridging Visa (A,B,C,D,E) or are you on a 820 partner visa?
The time frame for the 820 partner visa is 17 to 24 months for 75% and 90% consecutively. It means if you are on a whichever bridging visa applying for 820 partnership visa then you could be in the remaining 10% which is taking over 24 months to process. My best advice is keeping uploading your marriage evidences every 6 months.


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