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Old 02-08-2016, 02:42 AM
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Sorry Mish, what is eligibility date mean, how to count it? Is it two years after application? I am still waiting 820 now. Thanks
It is 2 years after you lodged your 820.


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was your 820 a paper application? I know my cousin who did paper 820 and online 801 had to re-do form 80
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Yeah we did our 820 in paper form and the 801 online.
I looooooooove Form 80


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Old 02-08-2016, 06:39 AM
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hi everyone

I am following the thread for last couple of months now, finally decided to create an account to become part of the waiting group. I am waiting over 9 months now.

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Old 02-09-2016, 01:05 AM
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Thanks Melb. Eligibility date was 1 September 2015 but we didn't apply until 30 September 2015.

PS - Could someone please update my details in the spreadsheet to show that we have been granted our visa? I can't seem to do it at the moment. Thank you
Congrat Bluesea happy for you guys .

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Old 02-09-2016, 05:13 AM
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Our date was 17th of jan 2015 been almost 13 months


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Our date was 17th of jan 2015 been almost 13 months
Did you contact the DIBP?

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What country is the applicant from?

There is a link to a waiting spreadsheet on the first post of this thread that you can add yourself to.


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Old 02-09-2016, 10:32 AM
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When I called last time they said 12 to 15 months of waiting period which sound like a standard response for everyone who calls after waiting for more than 8 months.


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When I called last time they said 12 to 15 months of waiting period which sound like a standard response for everyone who calls after waiting for more than 8 months.
Most government agencies quote the standard processing time if you are still within it which is why alot of times there is no point ringing until you pass it.


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Most government agencies quote the standard processing time if you are still within it which is why alot of times there is no point ringing until you pass it.
Yeah I know that but when I rang them processing time i was aware of was 6 to 8 months. So if we do not communicate with them I think we shall not be aware of standard processing time. My former reply was for jessicag because she said she has been waiting for 13 months.


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