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Old 01-04-2016, 09:58 AM
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so after i got the email saying i needed a new police clearance because it didnt contain my middle name and that i had 28 calendar days to provide it or else ( my friend who used to work there said if you dont provide a valid AFP they will deny the visa) so i panicked like anyone would and did my AFP quick as attached it my immi account last wednesday and emailed immi thursday to say i had uploaded it the reply i got was thank you we can confirm your new AFP NPC has been received your case will be put to a case officer when one becomes available... this is my 9th month now

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I got so excited with some recent approval case, I thought the processing time became shorter...how come some people got approved within 4 months?


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I got so excited with some recent approval case, I thought the processing time became shorter...how come some people got approved within 4 months?
Just the luck of the draw.

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Even if you have Aussie child it's going to take that friking long still ?




Eligiblty of 801 :- July 30 2015
Applied :- July 15 2015
Applied online
Online staus :- application received as at July 15 2015
Online status change :- Application in progress as at Dec 13 2015
As at today online status :- This application as been assessed , the Dep may contact the application if any further documents required .


As anyone got this on there online staus ???? If so what do you understand by this ?

Respond from anyone will be helpful
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An Australian child doesn't mean anything as there are people who have a child to secure PR and then leaves the child afterwards. It is those stories that DIBP look at.

I heard a story from someone I know where the guy couldn't get his wife pregnant so went and got someone else pregnant, she had the baby he got PR, left her and sponsored someone from his country and doesn't pay child support.

Stories like these are why DIBP doesn't just look at children alone.

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An Australian child doesn't mean anything as there are people who have a child to secure PR and then leaves the child afterwards. It is those stories that DIBP look at.

I heard a story from someone I know where the guy couldn't get his wife pregnant so went and got someone else pregnant, she had the baby he got PR, left her and sponsored someone from his country and doesn't pay child support.

Stories like these are why DIBP doesn't just look at children alone.



Wow this is mind opening , we are both African and I will do anything for my daughter regardless, we have been together for over 4years before we got married and we have been married for 3years this year and we have been living together for the past about 6years in Austraila . Before we are bless with little girl that she's going to be a year old this February 2016.,
I know some people might have abuse this process but everyone are deference .


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Old 01-05-2016, 09:33 AM
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Wow this is mind opening , we are both African and I will do anything for my daughter regardless, we have been together for over 4years before we got married and we have been married for 3years this year and we have been living together for the past about 6years in Austraila . Before we are bless with little girl that she's going to be a year old this February 2016.,
I know some people might have abuse this process but everyone are deference .
Yes and others have ruined it for genuine people. There are people out there that would do anything for a PR visa to Australia. It is sad that people have ruined it. Maybe that is one reason for the price increase?

Interesting enough I saw someone comment on a DIBP facebook status asking if anyone wanted to marry them so they could come to Australia. I wad speechless.

Out of curiosity why weren't you included in your partners application? Would have been alot easier and faster

A pitty you didn't live together before marriage because then you could have skipped the TR stage.


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Yes and others have ruined it for genuine people. There are people out there that would do anything for a PR visa to Australia. It is sad that people have ruined it. Maybe that is one reason for the price increase?

Interesting enough I saw someone comment on a DIBP facebook status asking if anyone wanted to marry them so they could come to Australia. I wad speechless.

Out of curiosity why weren't you included in your partners application? Would have been alot easier and faster

A pitty you didn't live together before marriage because then you could have skipped the TR stage.




Yes you are right , but we live together before marriage and they she became Australian via humanitarian visa , I first moved here on 457 visa with my job before we meet Over 7 years ago now ,and half of that years we are together I was on my visa all true thinking I don't really need her to do my PR but my sponsor close its doors of the business due this bad management. And we have already married never think of using my marriage for my processing that's why it took me so long before applying for this 801 .


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