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Old 07-13-2016, 02:19 AM
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What HR country Cezar? Some HR countries take longer than others and some they even do home visits.

How long was the interview? If a quick 5 minute that is okay but if 1 hour it could mean that there are some concerns about the relationship.

Did you apply for a 820 from a PMV or a different substantive visa?

Have you emailed asking for an update to the general email address or just the case officer?
Hi Mish
I am from India.
The interview was for good 30-40mins
I was on a student visa when I first came to Australia 8 years ago then applied for 820 on feb 2013 and visa was granted in feb 2014 exactly one year and ever since then we have been waiting.

I did email them asking about the status, they replied saying that they have a siginificant blacklog of work and currently working on applicants who applied between 12-15months.

Do home visits still happen? Has anyone exprienced this?
please advice.

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Yes they do do home visits to parents in India. There are a couple this happened to but have not seen any updates from them.

Unfortunately a phone interview of that length usually means there are doubts.

Did you apply online? I would be uploading updated evidence regularly.

Considering it is more than 15 months it may be worth another email.


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Hi Mish
I am from India.
The interview was for good 30-40mins
I was on a student visa when I first came to Australia 8 years ago then applied for 820 on feb 2013 and visa was granted in feb 2014 exactly one year and ever since then we have been waiting.

I did email them asking about the status, they replied saying that they have a siginificant blacklog of work and currently working on applicants who applied between 12-15months.

Do home visits still happen? Has anyone exprienced this?
please advice.

Thanks
Good luck with ur application. Will it be possible if you can share the question they asked u and ur partner. it will help others who have been w8ing for there Visa.

thanks


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We live in Syndey
Yes we applied online I keep updating photos and new evidence regularly.
I have emailed them today hopefully I get some answer.
what worries is me that we want to go on a holiday next week for a month and what if they contact us for any furthur documents we would not be able to do it on time whilst we are overseas. We have to end our holiday and rush back here to complete this.

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They will usually email the request and you can probably do it from overseas.

My concern would be if rejected when overseas you will not be able to come back into Australia.

It is great you keep updating them. I assume you are going to India? If so remember lots of photos with family and friends.


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Hi guys, After nearly 10 months waiting I just received the email granted 801 visa. We submitted all documents via paper and we were no contacted for any update or no call from the immigration office. This is for sure a very happy day for me and I wish yours is at the doorstep too. <3
Thanks for your supports and special thanks to Mish.

Elligibility: 20.09.2015
Granted: 13.07.2016

P.S. Mish, I tried to update the spreadsheet but I couldn't remove the row containing my name.

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Good luck with ur application. Will it be possible if you can share the question they asked u and ur partner. it will help others who have been w8ing for there Visa.

thanks
I will write down the key question that I remember. Hope this helps.

1. How long have known each other for
2.Nature of household
3.Do you share any joint accounts
4.How is your relationship with your in-laws, do they approve your relationship
5.Did you receive any gifts from in-laws
6. When do plan to have kids and when would you buy a house(we mentioned the house thing in our statements)

These were the few question CO was asking about. Also she kept asking about in-laws again and again and other counter question which they always ask

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Congrats Taraz!! Greats news for a HR country. I will remove you from the waiting when I get home. I locked the spreadsheet as some rows were disappearing.


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The in-laws question could be to make sure you are accepted.

The kids question is interesting because not everyone wants or can have kids. Did you mention it in the statement?


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Old 07-13-2016, 04:15 AM
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The in-laws question could be to make sure you are accepted.

The kids question is interesting because not everyone wants or can have kids. Did you mention it in the statement?
I am worried now what if I am overseas and they reject my application? In the recent email to Immi I mentioned them that we are going overseas for a month will this pause our application till the time we come back?

No we never mentioned anything about kids in our statements.


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