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Old 09-30-2020, 10:19 AM
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Requesting for an early PR

Hi, I have a question, it’s probably stupid one.
How high my chances are to get an early PR due to a long term relationship? My situation is, we are a couple for roughly 3,5 years (if be more precise - 3,8 years), however, we physically lived together for approximately only 1,5 years. Got married and applied for 820 visa in August 2020, received my TR in the begging of September 2020. We think to try to send an enquiry about PR, but I have my doubts)). Also, if we do send an enquiry and get nothing, can it have a negative impact in the future? Like, the department might think “hmmmm these guys tried to obtain a PR earlier, hmm looks suspicious, we’ll put this file aside and come back laterr”
Or we do want too much and we’d rather wait full 2 years until I’m eligible for 801?


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Old 10-01-2020, 03:39 AM
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When you applied for the 820 did you provide evidence of being in a de facto relationship for 3 years prior to the application? If you did, they should have given the 801 at the same time. If your evidence of defacto was short of 3 years, then you will need to wait until 2 years after you submitted the 820 application to provide the updated information for the 801 visa.

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Old 10-02-2020, 05:58 AM
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When you applied for the 820 did you provide evidence of being in a de facto relationship for 3 years prior to the application? If you did, they should have given the 801 at the same time. If your evidence of defacto was short of 3 years, then you will need to wait until 2 years after you submitted the 820 application to provide the updated information for the 801 visa.
Yeah that makes sense. Thanks for your reply


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Old 10-13-2020, 12:37 PM
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When you applied for the 820 did you provide evidence of being in a de facto relationship for 3 years prior to the application? If you did, they should have given the 801 at the same time. If your evidence of defacto was short of 3 years, then you will need to wait until 2 years after you submitted the 820 application to provide the updated information for the 801 visa.
Hi Maggie can I ask would that include being in a long distance for some of that 3 years? Or physically together or married for that time?


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Old 10-14-2020, 02:25 AM
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It's a de facto/married relationship for 3 years. That can include time apart but there should be evidence of maintaining the relationship during the periods of separation.

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