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Old 01-08-2016, 02:17 AM
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Hi Mish

Thanks for your quick response. My country of Origin is India. We both are in Australia. I will update my details in spreadsheet. Thanks for keeping it.


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Yeah you don't need PR for mortgage but you dont get first home grant and also your negotiation gets compromised(althought, not a lot) but still it does make an impact for mortgage broker to get a deal for you or if you are dealing with bank directly, you are not so confident. Just my opinion though.

We bought our home in my wife's name with me as secondary applicant. Just waiting for PR for some of the professional reasons as I can't apply for some positions because of it.


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Just wondering what is PMV to 820...?


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Prospective marriage visa


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It has alot to due with people not in genuine relationships so they need to be more thorough with the applications.

DIBP may request evidence of communication while apart when they process the visa application.
Thanks. I spoke to them yesterday, they said it won't impact my application
But we are only just consider it at this stage, after all, we don't want to be apart for 6 months


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don't worry it should happen bet ween 10 to 12.

I belive department has limited staff and they will clear our applicants ASAP because they don't want 2016 2017 applicants shoud also get effected....backlogs will create more backlogs for 2016 2017 applicants.

they will be in quick in feb or march...because most of the staff are on leaves and will be back in feb march.
At my workplace, you don't go on holiday or ur leave request will be rejected if business has a need. If I don't finish my job, I stay back to clear it.

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Hi guys,

I have been a silent user of this forum, the information I have learnt from here has helped me immensely with my application. Today, I got the best news ever, my 801 visa has been granted after 13 months and 20 days! I just want to share my timeline here with everyone because it was the timeline posted here by people whose visa has been granted which motivated me to keep going and stay positive!

My timeline is as below:

Date of application: Online 18th November 2014
BVA: Granted on the same day
CO first and only contact: 16th December 2015 - asking for health check, AFP, Form 80, and more documents to prove our relationship has been going for more than 3 years (applied for a 820 but CO considered my case for 801 as we were married in April 2010, more than 3 years).
Submitted all documents requested by CO: 7th January 2016
Visa 801 granted: 8th January 2016

Thank you so much everyone! For those who are still waiting, hang in there! you will see the end of the tunnel really soon!

Good luck!

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At my workplace, you don't go on holiday or ur leave request will be rejected if business has a need. If I don't finish my job, I stay back to clear it.

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That means that government employees would never go on holidays because there is always work to be done.

Alot of non-government business are still closed and either go back Monday or next Monday. I think it is because for a self-employed plumber it is socially exceptable to close at Christmas time vs 4 weeks off during the middle of the year.


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Congrats snowbelles!!!

Do you mind saying what gender you are so that I can add it to the granted tab of the spreadsheet unless you want to do? (I can't add until tomorrow when I get home as only have my mobile).


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Hi guys,

I have been a silent user of this forum, the information I have learnt from here has helped me immensely with my application. Today, I got the best news ever, my 801 visa has been granted after 13 months and 20 days! I just want to share my timeline here with everyone because it was the timeline posted here by people whose visa has been granted which motivated me to keep going and stay positive!

My timeline is as below:

Date of application: Online 18th November 2014
BVA: Granted on the same day
CO first and only contact: 16th December 2015 - asking for health check, AFP, Form 80, and more documents to prove our relationship has been going for more than 3 years (applied for a 820 but CO considered my case for 801 as we were married in April 2010, more than 3 years).
Submitted all documents requested by CO: 7th January 2016
Visa 801 granted: 8th January 2016

Thank you so much everyone! For those who are still waiting, hang in there! you will see the end of the tunnel really soon!

Good luck!

Congrats good news and thanks for sharing this new with us God bless .

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