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Old 04-09-2016, 07:34 AM
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Yep, what Dinkum said, Katy! When you apply for the 820 or the 309 you are also paying the fees for the PR visa as well. Technically they don't consider it a "new application" for PR but simply providing documents to show your relationship is still genuine - but it sure FEELS like an application with all the evidence they want for it these days, haha.

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It's oh so quiet....

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I agree. maybe Immigration has been slow with the grants. ��

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Would like to think that its quiet because they are pumping out heaps of approved applications and a massive turn around with the time frame...


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Hey guys,

Has anyone received a grant lately??

My eligibility date was 12/2/2016


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Would like to think that its quiet because they are pumping out heaps of approved applications and a massive turn around with the time frame...
I hope so!!


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Im still waiting and my eligibility date was Decemeber 15 (applied Oct)...


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Im still waiting and my eligibility date was Decemeber 15 (applied Oct)...
Such a long waiting game!! I'm hoping to get mine soon but I won't hold my breath

Good luck to you!

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Hi just wondering if anyone could answer this..
So when you move from 820 temporary visa to 801 for assessment,, does the case officer also changes???
Considering temporary partner centre is in perth in my case and then the permanent would be in melbourne.
I would really appreciate your answer guys


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Hi just wondering if anyone could answer this..
So when you move from 820 temporary visa to 801 for assessment,, does the case officer also changes???
Considering temporary partner centre is in perth in my case and then the permanent would be in melbourne.
I would really appreciate your answer guys
Yes yo have a new case officer as stage 2 is processed in Melbourne.


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