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Old 04-21-2015, 05:47 AM
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Do they tend to process this quicker if you have children together or is it a much of a muchness??

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By post 2 months prior to eligibility...

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Hi Fragile_love,


Did you do an online application or by post?

My eligibility date was 7th Dec 2014 and I am still waiting. I made an online application

Thanks
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Do they tend to process this quicker if you have children together or is it a much of a muchness??
Having children doesn not at all prioritize your application as to it wil be dealt with in accordance with your time frame, not quicker (for having children)

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Hi guys,

I have been following this forum for quite some time now. I just joined in today.
We just recently applied for my Husband's 801 Visa. Our eligibility date was 5/04/2015. just waiting for the verdict. I have noticed that most people here got their 801 Grant after 4 months. But most of my husband's friends received grant within 2 months.

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Hi guys,

I have been following this forum for quite some time now. I just joined in today.
We just recently applied for my Husband's 801 Visa. Our eligibility date was 5/04/2015. just waiting for the verdict. I have noticed that most people here got their 801 Grant after 4 months. But most of my husband's friends received grant within 2 months.
Depends if they were 100's or 801's as 100's seem to get processed faster.

Also depends how long ago it was. About the last 6 months processing times have increased.

Unfortunately it is a luck of the draw thing.

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Hi guys,

I have been following this forum for quite some time now. I just joined in today.
We just recently applied for my Husband's 801 Visa. Our eligibility date was 5/04/2015. just waiting for the verdict. I have noticed that most people here got their 801 Grant after 4 months. But most of my husband's friends received grant within 2 months.


HI Deep

801/820: spousal/marriage propespect + x1 child who;s almost x2
My eligibility was 11-10-2014,

6 months post eligibility, still waiting:-)

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Depends if they were 100's or 801's as 100's seem to get processed faster.

Also depends how long ago it was. About the last 6 months processing times have increased.

Unfortunately it is a luck of the draw thing.
Hi,

It was 801, one of his mates just got it 1 month after his eligibility. His eligibility was in feb and in march he got his 801.
Yeah it really is about Luck. pretty nervous about my husbands as we didn't go through an agent and did all the paperwork ourselves.
his 820 arrived within a month after we sent our 2nd bit of paperwork.


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HI Deep

801/820: spousal/marriage propespect + x1 child who;s almost x2
My eligibility was 11-10-2014,

6 months post eligibility, still waiting:-)
wow that's a loooong wait. I am nervous about my husbands Visa now...


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For my husband the eligibility date is on march 2nd and i am sponsoring my mother for her parent visa at the same time. My husband paid half of my mother parent visa application fee with his credit card. Does case officer consider this thing as financial commitment?


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Hi,

It was 801, one of his mates just got it 1 month after his eligibility. His eligibility was in feb and in march he got his 801.
Yeah it really is about Luck. pretty nervous about my husbands as we didn't go through an agent and did all the paperwork ourselves.
his 820 arrived within a month after we sent our 2nd bit of paperwork.
That is fast! Unfortunately we can only go by what we see on the forum. It is good to know that there are some super fast ones out there


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