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Old 02-26-2016, 06:51 AM
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Omg omg omg this is so unreal! This afternoon I received the notice that my 801 has been granted!!

I am still shaking - mostly from relief but also so much joy - with this news. What an amazing relief!!

It was so unexpected, especially because I too didn't receive any other communication from DIBP about my app or docs or if something more was needed. To think that a plain sounding email subject like "The status of your ImmiAccount transaction has been updated" is the bringer of good news is weird.

Thank you to everyone on this forum and this thread for your support and understanding. To those who are waiting - you have the strength never forget that. It is normal to waver in your resolve at times, but support from family and loved ones helps a ton!

I've updated the Excel - sorry in advance Mish if I messed anything up
Congratulations xxindaussie, I can understand how u feel best of luck for future

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Hi Kay061490

You can be granted your 801 while being outside of Australia.

As long as your relationship is genuine and not living apart on a permanent basis you should be fine. Just make sure you have uploaded evidence while apart.

How long do you plan to be overseas for?


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Congratulations Jk and indoaussie for grants, i rang DIBP to enquire about my801 yesterday the guy answered my phone took my passport nu and put me on hold for 3 mins then he said if u dont get contacted by us in three weeks than ring back ? Is it positive sign guys

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It should have been emailed to you already. There are 2 with eligibility dates the end of April and they got the email last week.

Check your spam. Otherwise give DIBP a call or email the permanent partner area.
Thanks for your reply.
Just checked my email, pretty sure I did not receive the email. I will give them a call on Monday.
I also checked my IMMI account as well, there is nothing under the corresponds column neither.

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Hi Kay061490

You can be granted your 801 while being outside of Australia.

As long as your relationship is genuine and not living apart on a permanent basis you should be fine. Just make sure you have uploaded evidence while apart.

How long do you plan to be overseas for?

such as our daily conversation?
end of this year, but i will go back to Australia regularly, maybe 3 months once....becuase im worrying it is disadvantages of my 801


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Congratulations Jk and indoaussie for grants, i rang DIBP to enquire about my801 yesterday the guy answered my phone took my passport nu and put me on hold for 3 mins then he said if u dont get contacted by us in three weeks than ring back ? Is it positive sign guys
I wouldn't hold my breath. I know of someone who was told about 4 months ago that they were in the final queue and they are still waiting.


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Old 02-26-2016, 07:31 AM
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such as our daily conversation?
end of this year, but i will go back to Australia regularly, maybe 3 months once....becuase im worrying it is disadvantages of my 801
Correct.

Yes a year is a long time to be away from your partner. Being away for 3 months is better IMO.


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congrats XXIndaussie, happy to know we are getting more visas granted almost every week. We are getting excited. Waiting time is worth it.

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hello everyone who waited long time for their 801 visa...may the grant be with you soon.....great news for today!!!!, but a bit of sadness too...today I got my 801 visa in my email at 3:45 pm...but when I just read my visa my dependant child is not included on it.. I really don't know why...is it the CO forget it or just they ignore it but she is included in all the application that I send on them...Mish what will be the possible reason why they forget to include my daughter in the copy of my visa?.


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hello everyone who waited long time for their 801 visa...may the grant be with you soon.....great news for today!!!!, but a bit of sadness too...today I got my 801 visa in my email at 3:45 pm...but when I just read my visa my dependant child is not included on it.. I really don't know why...is it the CO forget it or just they ignore it but she is included in all the application that I send on them...Mish what will be the possible reason why they forget to include my daughter in the copy of my visa?.
Congrats!! I would think they forgot because if they didn't consider her a dependant anymore she would have gotten a rejection. I would check VEVO for her to confirm what visa she is on. If still 820 I would then email the case officer to question it.

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