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Old 01-27-2016, 04:08 AM
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Thanks for that - I am sorry for sounding dumb but what date is my eligibility date? I processed the application online and just uploading new things as i go. How often do they call us or partners to clarify things? I dont want to miss it


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Thanks for that - I am sorry for sounding dumb but what date is my eligibility date? I processed the application online and just uploading new things as i go. How often do they call us or partners to clarify things? I dont want to miss it
Eligibility date is 2 years after you submitted the 820.

They only contact you if they need something otherwise you will not hear anything until they email the decision.


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Everyone seems to tick yes because they are doing it within the 2 months.
Hi Mish! I have the exact same question, except that I plan to submit all docs within a month or so. Do you think I should wait until exact 24 months since my temp visa was granted, or shall I just click 'yes'?

Also I have another question regarding the application ID. I first put in the application ID like it said on the grant letter, but it didn't go any further after stage 4. Then I noticed that there is another application ID in the email I got from DIAC, different than the one in the grant letter. I put this new one in, and it worked since.

Is this normal that there are 2 different application IDs? Have anyone experienced the same problem? My only worry is what if it's the wrong person, what if it's not my application.... But I checked Vevo with my grant ID and dob and all looks fine. I tried to call DIAC to ask, but since I called on Skype and the waiting is one hour so I gave up.


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It is fine to tick yes just they won't look at it until after the eligibility date.

We haven't done our 801 yet (May woo hoo!) but I have heard they email you a new application ID which is for the 801.

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It is fine to tick yes just they won't look at it until after the eligibility date.

We haven't done our 801 yet (May woo hoo!) but I have heard they email you a new application ID which is for the 801.
The client ID and the application ID are both the same on my 820 grant letter and the email they sent me requesting more info for my 801. This consistency may have changed since last March though.

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It is fine to tick yes just they won't look at it until after the eligibility date.

We haven't done our 801 yet (May woo hoo!) but I have heard they email you a new application ID which is for the 801.
Thank you! In that case I will probably just take my time in preparing the docs and submit it after the eligibility date then.

I've just figured out that the new application ID might be for permanent visa, and the old one is for temp visa. Or probably in my case my 309 visa was granted in another country, and now the 100 visa will be processed in Australia so they changed the ID.


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Just an update on my second stage visa...I just send an inquiry again on the status of my visa last 21/16 and department replied on 27/16. Last December I just send them additional documents for updating my visa and here is their answer on my inquiry.

Thank you for your email.



I would like to confirm that your documents for your subclass 801 visa application were received by the Department on

12 March 2015. Further documents were received by the Department on 10 July and 21 December 2015. Your application has been placed in a queue for processing.



The Permanent Partner Section acknowledges the time it is taking to process permanent partner applications and that this may be of concern to you and your family.



We regret to inform you that there is a significant backlog of work in the section and we are currently not able to meet the expected service standard processing time of 8 months, as it is more in the 12 – 15 months range.



As we wish to focus on processing applications, we will not be able to respond to the following queries:

We will not respond to requests for an update on your application.

We will not acknowledge the receipt of online applications – your TRN number is your receipt that your application form has been submitted.

We will not prioritise your application. In the interest of fairness to all, applications are processed in date order of lodgement.

We will not provide a timeframe for the processing of your application.

We will not acknowledge receipt of miscellaneous documents.



We confirm that we will do the following:

We will process applications as quickly as possible and advise the outcome immediately.

We will contact you directly should further information be required.

We will respond to email inquiries that are not included in the list of responses contained further in this message within 2 weeks.



We would ask that you assist by doing the following:

Ensure that you refer to the checklist and upload all supporting documents if you submitted your application online.

Ensure that you refer to the checklist and send us a complete package of information if you intend to forward your documentation by post.



We ask for your patience and understanding during this period.





Yours Sincerely



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Hi mish,

What was the mean of this?. Do I have to wait more longer or not?..I'm on my 10th month of my application from hr country, next month I will study on TAFE and it cost a lot for a temporary visa for Non-subsidies fee of 3,500 per course for 6 months plus the some etc. needed on studies , ohhhhh.....the price is killing my pocket...


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Hi mish,

What was the mean of this?. Do I have to wait more longer or not?..I'm on my 10th month of my application from hr country, next month I will study on TAFE and it cost a lot for a temporary visa for Non-subsidies fee of 3,500 per course for 6 months plus the some etc. needed on studies , ohhhhh.....the price is killing my pocket...
It means that processing is taking longer and they are taking 12 to 15 months and you may have to wait up until 15 months for the grant.

I thought TAFE did domestic fees for 820 holders. I remember reading something about that about 12 months ago but could have changed and diff state to state.

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We will not acknowledge the receipt of online applications your TRN number is your receipt that your application form has been submitted.

Hey Angelblue, I have a question about this part. When I created new application but not yet submitted the online application, the TRN was issued and I can see it on the list of application. What did they mean by "your TRN number is your receipt that your application form has been submitted"? Did you notice that on your online account, the status of your application changed into "submitted" once you sent your online application?

I hope this makes sense... As I'm still preparing for all the documents (I'm only at step 10/20), but as I can see the TRN, I'm a bit confused whether or not you can tell when your application has been sent and processed...

Thank you, and I wish you don't have to wait much longer. It sucks that TAFE fees are much higher for non-permanent residents!


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maybe its different from state to state. I just ask one of the office clerk in TAFE that if I start studying on my 820 visa then after my 801 will be in effect she said that cant change it to the cost of subsidised fee of 1,440 per course. The payments will remain the same...its so sad.....


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