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Old 06-09-2016, 09:31 AM
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Hi Mish and All,

When sending AFP check online, do I need to have
that signed by Justice of Peace or scan copy will do. Thanks for the help.
Coloue scan of the original.


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Hi Mish,

Do you mean colour scan copy of the AFP check? thanks.

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Do you mean colour scan copy of the AFP check? thanks.
Yep - no need to get it certified when scanning.


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thanks Mish. I will take note of this.

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I have been doing lots of reading here on the forums. I applied for my first a PMV and then filed my 820 after our wedding. I recieved my 820 grant and it states its valid til decision made on 801. Do i need to file the 801 or is this done automatically thru the 820. Im still attaching evidence as we continue our lives together. (Husband and myself) just not sure if im doin another immi visa.


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I have been doing lots of reading here on the forums. I applied for my first a PMV and then filed my 820 after our wedding. I recieved my 820 grant and it states its valid til decision made on 801. Do i need to file the 801 or is this done automatically thru the 820. Im still attaching evidence as we continue our lives together. (Husband and myself) just not sure if im doin another immi visa.
Noooo you have your 820 so you don't add evidence there. I am surprised that the system allows you to do that.

No you don't get the 801 automatically they need to know you are together still and genuine etc. 2 months prior to eligibility they send you an email asking you to submit your evidence for the 801. You fill out a new form etc and then upload all your evidence you have since the grant of the 820. Unfortunately for PMV to 820 people that is alot of evidence because the grant is really fast. Our 2 years of bank statements couldn't fit in one file even after being compressed!!


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Noooo you have your 820 so you don't add evidence there. I am surprised that the system allows you to do that.

No you don't get the 801 automatically they need to know you are together still and genuine etc. 2 months prior to eligibility they send you an email asking you to submit your evidence for the 801. You fill out a new form etc and then upload all your evidence you have since the grant of the 820. Unfortunately for PMV to 820 people that is alot of evidence because the grant is really fast. Our 2 years of bank statements couldn't fit in one file even after being compressed!!
How do I know my eligibility date?


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How do I know my eligibility date?
2 years after you applied for your 820. So if you applied 1 May 2016 it will be 1 May 2018.


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Ouch... 2 years !!! There is no more visa fees ?


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Ouch... 2 years !!! There is no more visa fees ?
No fees. 2 years is just the eligibility date then there is the processing time for it. They are quoting 12 to 15 months at the moment but some get it sooner than that. You don't know what the processing times will be in 2 years - could be better or worse.


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