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Old 01-15-2016, 02:46 AM
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if thats true mish than immi are unfair! they emailed me on the 21st December to inform about my AFP, 5 days after would be christmas day. i did think they wouldnt look at my application again until the 28th day ( monday) but i dunno what to think with them now its fast approaching 5pm in melbourne so i dont think its gonna happen today even though they emailed me at 8.35am Melbourne time today to say it had been allocated a case officer i have no idea how long the assessment goes for


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Just remember some people may still be on holidays. Just relax it will come when it comes. Worrying about it will not change anything.

Also government employees work until 7pm or 9pm.


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i know i should relax but its easier said than done haha i am the most impatient person alive in any case so much so i hate seeing christmas presents under the tree i dont like suprises because im some organised i like to know when every thing is happening i know worst kinda person to be lol

So they could still grant me tonight after 5?


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Anything is possible.

I use to be the most impatient person and was during the PMV process but this process has made me chill more and also to the fact that my husband are together in the same country has something to do with it . It is is so much easier when you are living together in the same country vs living in separate countries.


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thats true i guess i take that for granted


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Old 01-15-2016, 06:18 AM
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So nothing today sadly and i spoke to my friend who used to work for the partner processing centre and she said nobody works passed 5pm so monday is the next possible day


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Hi all,

I have been a silent reader for the past months and I have decided to sign up today to share the good news with all of you. My 801 visa is granted after 4 months of wait!

My country of origin is Malaysia and I submitted my application online. Please let me know if you have any questions and this looks like the department is working at full speed for us!

Eligibility date: 31 Aug 2015
Submission date: 14 Sept 2015
Granted: 15 Jan 2016

Edit: I have updated the spreadsheet and I must thank everyone here. It is really nice to know that a community exists just to support each other through the uncertainty during the processing period


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Hello Yvsher congratulation and wow just in 4mouths wait I'm not sure if that it class as high rick or not anyway thanks for sharing the good news with us hopes are up now .
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Hi all,

I have been a silent reader for the past months and I have decided to sign up today to share the good news with all of you. My 801 visa is granted after 4 months of wait!

My country of origin is Malaysia and I submitted my application online. Please let me know if you have any questions and this looks like the department is working at full speed for us!

Eligibility date: 31 Aug 2015
Submission date: 14 Sept 2015
Granted: 15 Jan 2016

Edit: I have updated the spreadsheet and I must thank everyone here. It is really nice to know that a community exists just to support each other through the uncertainty during the processing period


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Old 01-16-2016, 08:34 PM
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You are able to send them documents 2 months or less prior to the eligibility date. DIBP should send you a letter/email 2 months or less before your eligibility date.

You need to supply them with evidence since the grant of the 820.

DIBP are quoting people 12 to 15 months waiting time at the moment.
Thanks for your reply Mish. Just so I can start preparing, what documents will they ask to be submitted for 801? I'm guessing the form 47SP is one of them.

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Thanks for your reply Mish. Just so I can start preparing, what documents will they ask to be submitted for 801? I'm guessing the form 47SP is one of them.
https://www.border.gov.au/about/corp...ent-calculator
Just answer yes to the questions and it will give you all the information you need.

In short you don't need a 47SP etc that was done for the 820. You need min 2 x 888, evidence since the grant of 820 in all categories and stat decs answering the questions from sponsor and applicant (only sponsor if applying online).


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