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Old 02-16-2016, 03:39 AM
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Finally, after 8 long months. Thanks everyone! It'll be your turn soon.

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Finally, after 8 long months. Thanks everyone! It'll be your turn soon.
Congratulations wishful !!!!!

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Finally, after 8 long months. Thanks everyone! It'll be your turn soon.
Congrat wishful nice to know and thanks for sharing this news with us God bless .


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Old 02-16-2016, 07:34 AM
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Talking

just got my 820 approved and now awaiting 801.

Submitted on 1st week of dec 2014
approved on 15th feb 2016.

Nevertheless another 8 to 10 mths wait for 801. ( i hope with finger crossed! )

Questions of the day-

With 820 approved- does it makes searching for a good perm job in australia easier vs one with bridging visa?

And what should I name myself on the Cover letter?
- Previously I would state myself " Currently I am on bridging Visa A blah blah "

so now " I am a temporary resident, just got my 820 approved. Waiting for my PR blah blah " ?

Many thanks on feedback!~!~


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Old 02-16-2016, 07:44 AM
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Hi Keano

I just checked what I put on my husband's cover letter and I had "I have an indefinite temporary visa for Australia with unlimited work rights".

Some people will say that you need PR but I know alot that have gotten jobs on temporary visa's.

It may also depend on what job you are looking for.


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just got my 820 approved and now awaiting 801.

Submitted on 1st week of dec 2014
approved on 15th feb 2016.

Nevertheless another 8 to 10 mths wait for 801. ( i hope with finger crossed! )

Questions of the day-

With 820 approved- does it makes searching for a good perm job in australia easier vs one with bridging visa?

And what should I name myself on the Cover letter?
- Previously I would state myself " Currently I am on bridging Visa A blah blah "

so now " I am a temporary resident, just got my 820 approved. Waiting for my PR blah blah " ?

Many thanks on feedback!~!~
If you feel the need to say anything, why not simply say you're an "Australian resident with unlimited work entitlement".

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Old 02-16-2016, 07:54 AM
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Hi Melb... My eligibility date is 23 July 2015
what is the eligibility date? the date u got ur 820 granted letter?


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If you feel the need to say anything, why not simply say you're an "Australian resident with unlimited work entitlement".
oh with 820 approved- am i considered an Australian resident?


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Old 02-16-2016, 08:02 AM
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Hi Keano

I just checked what I put on my husband's cover letter and I had "I have an indefinite temporary visa for Australia with unlimited work rights".

Some people will say that you need PR but I know alot that have gotten jobs on temporary visa's.

It may also depend on what job you are looking for.

sounds good as well!

I got another qn..I submitted on 1st week of dec 2014..so 801 approval deadline would be 2 years from application. That would be Dec 2016, in theory at least..right?

so usually the next step would be I just wait for immigration request for more documents ( for 801 ) ? OR is there a scenario in the past I would not need to provide any documents and get my PR ?


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sounds good as well!

I got another qn..I submitted on 1st week of dec 2014..so 801 approval deadline would be 2 years from application. That would be Dec 2016, in theory at least..right?

so usually the next step would be I just wait for immigration request for more documents ( for 801 ) ? OR is there a scenario in the past I would not need to provide any documents and get my PR ?
The 801 approval is not 2 years from your 820 date. 2 years from your 820 application date is when you submit the documents (you can submit up to 2 months prior), then DIBP assess it and then grant or reject it. Currently it is taking anywhere between 4 months and 15 months to process - DIBP are quoting 13 to 15 months.

DIBP will not approve the 801 without additional documents. It is up to you to know when the 2 years is as sometimes people don't get an email from them.

You need to provide evidence since the grant of the 820 and it is the same level of evidence as you supplied for the 820.


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