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Old 06-14-2016, 06:35 AM
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I felt the pain of international fees in the past... it may worthwhile to consider deferring your study until the visa is granted and try to get some work experience related to your study in the mean time.


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Hi All,

Is this normal to be like this for so long? My 820 was assigned after a few days. I'm concerned that no case officer has been assigned after +2 weeks, mainly due to my next semester at university coming up, and was hoping to get a grant by then as the international fees are smashing my bank account.


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I felt the pain of international fees in the past... it may worthwhile to consider deferring your study until the visa is granted and try to get some work experience related to your study in the mean time.
Hi bomba. I tried to pm you but don't think you have the ability yet.

I note that you are similar to me in that you are low risk/paper application/not pmv.

You look to be about 6 weeks ahead of me

I was just wondering if you had heard anything from DIBP recently?

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Old 06-14-2016, 09:12 AM
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Hi Everyone,

My eligible date for 801 is 21 July 2016. I submitted my application yesterday, 13 Jun 2016 (5 weeks early). Felt so release....now just wait. This is my 3rd application, having started from PMV, and hopefully, the last. So much works involved, just from falling in love and want to be with an Australian.

I also received an interim medicare card last week. Usually it is 1 year, but I only got 6 months duration this time. It made me think that, my 801 visa could be granted within 6 months ^^

One of my friend from the Philippines, got her PR approved in just 1 month. She applied by post.

All the best to everyone waiting.

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I also received an interim medicare card last week. Usually it is 1 year, but I only got 6 months duration this time. It made me think that, my 801 visa could be granted within 6 months ^^
I am pretty sure everyone gets a 6 month interim card after the 2 x 1 year ones. My husband's interim card is for 6 months too.


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I am pretty sure everyone gets a 6 month interim card after the 2 x 1 year ones. My husband's interim card is for 6 months too.
Hi Mish,
I have received the 2nd 1 year medicare card one month ago. If my PR is not granted before my current interim card expires, does it mean that they will give me the third card with 6 months expiry?

Hope will get the PR visa granted earlier.

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Old 06-14-2016, 09:42 AM
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Hi Mish,
I have received the 2nd 1 year medicare card one month ago. If my PR is not granted before my current interim card expires, does it mean that they will give me the third card with 6 months expiry?

Hope will get the PR visa granted earlier.
Yes - they keep sending new interim cards until a decision is made on the PR.


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Old 06-14-2016, 10:14 AM
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Hi all,
A stupid question that may have been asked a million times already. I've been very lax and was contacted about 6 weeks ago by my migration agent to inform me that she had been contacted by DIBP about my second stage 801 visa app.
In the last 6 weeks I've been dealing with a house purchase and a family tragedy that I had to travel to so am just now getting around to putting the visa application together. Apparently my eligibility date is the 16th of June so in two days time. Is this the date I NEED to have the application in by or is there some leeway? If its imperative I have to have the app completed by then, I'm concerned it wont be humanly possible. Should I contact DIBP to ask for an extension?


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A stupid question that may have been asked a million times already. I've been very lax and was contacted about 6 weeks ago by my migration agent to inform me that she had been contacted by DIBP about my second stage 801 visa app.
In the last 6 weeks I've been dealing with a house purchase and a family tragedy that I had to travel to so am just now getting around to putting the visa application together. Apparently my eligibility date is the 16th of June so in two days time. Is this the date I NEED to have the application in by or is there some leeway? If its imperative I have to have the app completed by then, I'm concerned it wont be humanly possible. Should I contact DIBP to ask for an extension?
No they give you some leeway.

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Thanks Mish! I'm breathing a sigh of relief. The website just crashed after I wrote 6000 words in three of the relationship statement boxes....I'm trying to restrain myself from smashing up my laptop!


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Old 06-14-2016, 10:25 AM
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Thanks Mish! I'm breathing a sigh of relief. The website just crashed after I wrote 6000 words in three of the relationship statement boxes....I'm trying to restrain myself from smashing up my laptop!
Haha I know the feeling. Same thing happened to us!! The next version just never seemed as good ... oh well.


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