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Old 02-04-2016, 11:13 AM
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It depends how long they are gone. A few weeks you don't need to tell them.

Technically you don't need to tell them at all because you can be anywhere in the world when it is granted.
As per standard rules I have seen ..an applicant nerd to inform if they are leaving oz. When 820 was granted it was written in the instructions.

must inform and tell leaving and entry date to.immigration.

Mish you check the 820 rules I.have just seen and it's updated.

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As per standard rules I have seen ..an applicant nerd to inform if they are leaving oz. When 820 was granted it was written in the instructions.

must inform and tell leaving and entry date to.immigration.

Mish you check the 820 rules I.have just seen and it's updated.

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That is only if your contact details are changing ie. Email/phone. If they can contact you while you are overseas.

We never notified them when going overseas and I know of quite a few that haven't either.

Contacting DIBP all the time is what delays visa's etc.


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Hello everyone, been looking at these post for many months.i just recieved my 801 grant February 1st. Married onshore, no agent, paper application, applied March 15 2013. Sent 801 paper work January 2015, 2 months before eligibility as allowed, never married no children, good medical good clearances, so over joyed, thank you to my case officer and immigration,dream come true!cant wait for citizenship! So about 11 months,, forms are moving so awesome keep your chins up!

Wow great news Stephen James , congrat nice one , how long did u wait for before u got your 801 ?


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congrats Stephen James. It seems that paper application is a little bit late to be granted. But we are so happy for all your great news. thanks for sharing the news and the joy.

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I agree with Mish, no need to inform Immi for any holidays offshore. If you or partner/husband receives govt benefits ingorm Centrelink. We have never called Immi unless something changes with your documents such as passports and home address.

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Latest wait time?

Hi All, We have just submitted the second stage for processing. What is the latest wait time now? First stage took 13 months and we were expecting 6-9 months this time around but seems that has blown out. My partner is Irish and our application is straight forward although I know that no longer seems to matter! Thank you :-)

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Hi All, We have just submitted the second stage for processing. What is the latest wait time now? First stage took 13 months and we were expecting 6-9 months this time around but seems that has blown out. My partner is Irish and our application is straight forward although I know that no longer seems to matter! Thank you :-)
There is a link to the waiting spreadsheet on first post you can look at and add your name to.

Waiting time is anything from 4 months to 15 months and waiting.

DIBP are quoting 12 to 15 months.

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801 granted!

Hi all, the other day (3 Feb) I received a very pleasant surprise when checking my email - a letter saying that my 801 visa had been granted! This was an extra special day as later that day I gave birth to our daughter!!!

Given the processing time DIBP are quoting and lots of peoples experience that I have read on here, we hadn't anticipated hearing anything for at least another 6 months so it was such a shock!

All the best to everyone still waiting and thank you for your support through this forum (even if I was just lurking in the background most of the time - it has been good to know there is a group of people going through the same process).

Bluesea

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Hi all, the other day (3 Feb) I received a very pleasant surprise when checking my email - a letter saying that my 801 visa had been granted! This was an extra special day as later that day I gave birth to our daughter!!!

Given the processing time DIBP are quoting and lots of peoples experience that I have read on here, we hadn't anticipated hearing anything for at least another 6 months so it was such a shock!

All the best to everyone still waiting and thank you for your support through this forum (even if I was just lurking in the background most of the time - it has been good to know there is a group of people going through the same process).

Bluesea
congratulations
..plz share ur eligibility date

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Smile Congratulations!

Thanks for sharing your wonderful news Blueseas... PR and a baby too! Best wishes to you all for a long, happy and successful family life together in Oz.

PS - I note that your eligibility date and other details are easy to find in Mish's spreadsheet.

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Hi all, the other day (3 Feb) I received a very pleasant surprise when checking my email - a letter saying that my 801 visa had been granted! This was an extra special day as later that day I gave birth to our daughter!!!

Given the processing time DIBP are quoting and lots of peoples experience that I have read on here, we hadn't anticipated hearing anything for at least another 6 months so it was such a shock!

All the best to everyone still waiting and thank you for your support through this forum (even if I was just lurking in the background most of the time - it has been good to know there is a group of people going through the same process).

Bluesea

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