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Old 01-24-2016, 05:10 AM
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Does anyone get their permanent visa without submitting additional information?

I applied for my 820 in March 2014 but I haven't heard back yet with regards to my 801. Is that normal?
You won't be granted 801 until you apply for it. Did you submit 820 via paper or online? (I can't quite remember when the online system first became available).

They should email you about 2 months before you are eligible for 801 (ie, any day now... 2 months prior to March 2016). What date did you send your 820 application, and when was it granted?

If you haven't heard anything by the end of January, you may want to call Immigration and ask.

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Hi Mish,
Thanks for that. Sorry I should have been clearer, I received my 820 in Jan 2015. It's almost two months to it being 2 years from my initial 820 application hence I'm wondering.
If you have your 820 then you won't get your 801 unless you submit additional paperwork.


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Thanks, BonezAU! We submitted the application for the 820 online, 1 March 2014. I received my 820 in early Jan 2015.


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Thanks, BonezAU! We submitted the application for the 820 online, 1 March 2014. I received my 820 in early Jan 2015.
Ok, it's a good thing you have applied online and already have an Immi account.

There should be nothing stopping you from logging in right now and starting your 801 application.

For your info, this is exactly what the email looks like from Immigration:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...%20content.pdf

And here's the attachment:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...ep%20guide.pdf

No reason why you can't log in and start it any time it suits you, considering you are 2 months away from your eligibility date, there's no need to wait for the official contact from Immi.

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Thank you!

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Hi there,

just wondering, as I'm currently in the same situation.. Applied for my 820 in March 14' and wondering when to apply for my PR, as per permanent residence calculator on the immi page, I should be able to do it, already.

However, once you start going through the steps (online), it asks if a total of 24 months has passed since I lodged the application. If I click 'No', as it's still 2 months to go, I can't go any further.. If I click 'Yes', I'm kinda lying?

Just wondering if you guys think it would be a problem if clicking 'yes' in order to continue? I haven't received any email asking for further docs either..

Thanks so much )

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Everyone seems to tick yes because they are doing it within the 2 months.

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Happy Australian Day to all of us ! more grants ahead.

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Hi,

I am new to this and just wondered how everyone is going?

I got my 820 approved Dec 2013 and applied for 801 29 October 2015 - when does the processing time start?

I am from the UK been with my partner for 6 years and like to think we have a very strong relationship and proof of it. I also have an immigration lawyer - does this help at all with the decision?

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Hi Stacey88

Processing time starts from eligibility date.

An immigration lawyer/agent doesn't make the processing time faster.

They have a backlog at the moment.

Add yourself to the waiting spreadsheet - link is on first post.


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