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Old 04-01-2015, 03:11 AM
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Thanks KS77 for your reply and best wishes on your BIG day.
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As KS77 mentioned step daughter's police check may caused some delays. but we cant say anything for sure. Whysolong 801 took 6 months. DIBP case allocation system is a mystery. 6 mnths ago online apps were finalising soon but now this is not the case anymore.
We dont have many members here waiting for 801 so its bit hard to figure out if they are processing files in the order of date the file was lodged or not.
Anyway, Look like 100 are the winners in this game.


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Hi everyone! Just checking in. I ran into some major computer trouble which resulted in me having to re-scan tons of documents (LAME) but just wanted to say that I sent in my application at the end of March and just now finished uploading all of the supporting documents (uploading one-by-one sure takes a while!). I actually ran into the number of documents limitation so I have a few things left over that I wasn't able to submit. I was keeping on eye on that though and had uploaded everything important and was just left with a few extra credit card statements and travel booking reservations (already had uploaded some of each) so it wasn't a big deal.

Anyway, playing the waiting game now! I feel like a huge weight is off my shoulders. Not being able to upload anything else means I can stop thinking about extra things I could include. Any updates on roughly how long wait times are these days?

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hi everyone! finally got an email from IMMI (that's a start)...but it said my Police Check has expired and I need to re-do them.

I know this have been asked million times but because I did my application via paper I have never taken notice of the answers....I was thinking of scan and email the police check once I receive it and then post it to them via express. Just wonder for any scanned paperwork if I do it in colour do I still need to get it certified? Do they accept scanned colour police check (not certified)? I only have 28 days to do them and worried that the police check might not get to IMMI in time if I post it to them....

Any answers will be appreciated!! Thanks!!

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fragile_love I have read that people just colour scan them and email them to the case officer.

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Hi fragile love, finally a word from DIBP. I scan the police check and upload to my online app. color copy is fine. It is not mentioned to certified police check in DIBP 801 requesting docs email.
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Hi fragile love, finally a word from DIBP. I scan the police check and upload to my online app. color copy is fine. It is not mentioned to certified police check in DIBP 801 requesting docs email.
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thanks Mish and daveenajohns!!

do you think I should both colour-scan email as well as express post to IMMI - not sure if it's too excessive....or just colour scan and email will be fine??


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thanks Mish and daveenajohns!!

do you think I should both colour-scan email as well as express post to IMMI - not sure if it's too excessive....or just colour scan and email will be fine??
Colour scan and then ask if they need original. I have heard of people getting granted the same day they email the case officer.


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Hi, everyone,

I got my partner visa 820 in Australia, 9 months later, my partner and I moved to England and we have been living in the UK for more than a year. I lodged my 801 application online on the 9th Jan. this year. We have planned to go back to Australia this year.

What do you think my circumstances in terms of being granted a 801 visa?

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I got my partner visa 820 in Australia, 9 months later, my partner and I moved to England and we have been living in the UK for more than a year. I lodged my 801 application online on the 9th Jan. this year. We have planned to go back to Australia this year.

What do you think my circumstances in terms of being granted a 801 visa?

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Cheers
Anna
From the Partner Migration Booklet 1127, page 37:
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If you:
lodged your Partner visa application in Australia; and
were in Australia at the time you applied,
you can be either in or outside Australia when the permanent Partner visa (subclass 801) is granted.

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Visa: 820/801 Partner (Married)
Nationality: U.S./Netherlands
Applied: Online, Onshore, No Agent
Application Date: 23 March 2015
Police Checks: 26 March 2015
Medicals: 21 August 2015
Visa Grant Date: 13 September 2016 (801)

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