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‘May be eligible for permanent Visa after 2 years’??


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Old 08-15-2020, 10:07 AM
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‘May be eligible for permanent Visa after 2 years’??

Hi guys, we applied for partner visa 13 months ago. Almost a month ago we got an email to say it was progressing. Have just noticed this pop up on there... ‘applicants who are granted the temporary visa may be eligible for permanent residency two years after the date this application was submitted’.
What does this mean?? Does it mean If it hadn’t been done by 2 years it’ll automatically be granted - or that nothing will be looked at until the 2 year mark? Any idea? Thanks


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Old 08-15-2020, 10:36 AM
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Hi guys, we applied for partner visa 13 months ago. Almost a month ago we got an email to say it was progressing. Have just noticed this pop up on there... ‘applicants who are granted the temporary visa may be eligible for permanent residency two years after the date this application was submitted’.
What does this mean?? Does it mean If it hadn’t been done by 2 years it’ll automatically be granted - or that nothing will be looked at until the 2 year mark? Any idea? Thanks

You ll be eligible to submit your second stage 801 two years from the 820 submission. Usually you would need to attach updated proof of relationship and a few more forms again. Refer the 801 page on the Home Affairs website and get all this ready. You can start the process a month before the 2 year mark.


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.. ‘applicants who are granted the temporary visa may be eligible for permanent residency two years after the date this application was submitted’.
What does this mean??
It means that once you have been granted the temporary visa (309 or 820), you will become eligible for the permanent visa (100 or 801), from the date 24 months after your original application date.

Some people get it automatically if they have a suitably long proven relationship. Most will apply for the 2nd stage at that 24 month point, and then wait for that next processing time to be concluded.

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