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Old 07-15-2016, 10:36 PM
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Hey guys I got an email from immi I thought I can share it with you guys and hopefully get some suggestions.

The department recognises that the time taken to process your application may be causing you and your family concern. We are seeking to process your application as soon as possible.
You will appreciate, however, that all non-citizens applying for visas to enter Australia are considered on an individual basis and against legal requirements set out in Australia’s migration legislation.
The timing for the completion of all checks varies from one case to another, depending on individual circumstances. Unfortunately, I am unable to provide you with a definitive timeframe for finalisation of your application. You can be assured, however, that we will endeavour to ensure that your application is finalised as quickly as possible.

This often includes requirements that all applicants undertake and meet (where relevant) health, character and national security checks that are undertaken by other agencies; and this can take some time.
It looks like a stock standard response to me.

It would be very rare for health, character or security checks to be the reason become these are all done at 820 stage and I have only ever seen the form 80 asked for at 801 stage once and never seen the health checks asked for again.

It could be as simple aa they have alot of applications to go through or maybe there are concerns they have and it just needs to be looked at more thoroughly.

You don't know maybe someone even made a complaint to DIBP about the relationship.

There are so many reasons why it could be taking ages.


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Old 07-16-2016, 02:04 AM
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don't matter at all. my husband is my sponsor and he have been calling them from last 13 months..really don't matter at all. even my inlaws who had filled our 888 has also called. it really doesn't matter.
Yup Melb, i am waiting for over 17 months, so tired and tired anytime to think about it and it always pops up in my head


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Yup Melb, i am waiting for over 17 months, so tired and tired anytime to think about it and it always pops up in my head
my suggestion:

join some gym...make friends....start doing volunteering work..stop thinking about visa because ...u are with with partner...that count much...and I know visa visa is important...but if u see...u are living with ur love one...that matters most and visa is small think but something it's make u limbo when some job selection comes...in terms of employment...go and visit ur parents or ur inlaws...make plans...

I know my message will not give u 100% worry free thoughts..but atleast start doing the things whuch I have said...

good luck...have a great weekend...


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my suggestion:

join some gym...make friends....start doing volunteering work..stop thinking about visa because ...u are with with partner...that count much...and I know visa visa is important...but if u see...u are living with ur love one...that matters most and visa is small think but something it's make u limbo when some job selection comes...in terms of employment...go and visit ur parents or ur inlaws...make plans...

I know my message will not give u 100% worry free thoughts..but atleast start doing the things whuch I have said...

good luck...have a great weekend...
thanks for your advices, i know and i want it getting off my mind as well, all the job i applied for and got call for interview, they all need at least PR to get me in, try to find job but all they need is PR, even i applied for volunteering work they ask for PR or citizen


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Yup Melb, i am waiting for over 17 months, so tired and tired anytime to think about it and it always pops up in my head
As what Melb said. Join a gym, go walking/running, join a sporting club etc. Just something to take your mind off it. Go to the movies.

You are onshore with your partner - it could be worse you could be apart waiting for a visa.

What visa were you on before you applied for the 820?

Plan a holiday if you want and go somewhere different that will keep your mind off it too especially being on holidays.

Worrying is not going to change anything and won't change the outcome ... what will be will be.

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thanks for your advices, i know and i want it getting off my mind as well, all the job i applied for and got call for interview, they all need at least PR to get me in, try to find job but all they need is PR, even i applied for volunteering work they ask for PR or citizen
What kind of jobs are you applying for if you don't mind me asking? I know quite a few that have found jobs without PR but then at the same I know people who have PR that are struggling to find a job. I think it depends on the industry and who is hiring you. It also helps if the interviewer has gone through the partner visa process.


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As what Melb said. Join a gym, go walking/running, join a sporting club etc. Just something to take your mind off it. Go to the movies.

You are onshore with your partner - it could be worse you could be apart waiting for a visa.

What visa were you on before you applied for the 820?

Plan a holiday if you want and go somewhere different that will keep your mind off it too especially being on holidays.

Worrying is not going to change anything and won't change the outcome ... what will be will be.
hello Mish

i were international student before i got married to my wife and applied for 820.
yeah as i said, we are on financial problem because i can not find job to earn any income, we can not afford holiday or anything like that, we are hard to cover our bills as well.^_^ the visa will sold all the problem
we are really tried to say positive and getting on with our life ^_^


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Old 07-16-2016, 02:27 AM
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Unfortunately getting PR may not get you a job. I know of quite a few PR people that don't have jobs.

Unfortunately you just have to wait and hopefully it will come soon.


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Old 07-16-2016, 02:30 AM
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Unfortunately getting PR may not get you a job. I know of quite a few PR people that don't have jobs.

Unfortunately you just have to wait and hopefully it will come soon.
Thanks Mish
^_^ hopefully it will come soon,

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As what Melb said. Join a gym, go walking/running, join a sporting club etc. Just something to take your mind off it. Go to the movies.

You are onshore with your partner - it could be worse you could be apart waiting for a visa.

What visa were you on before you applied for the 820?

Plan a holiday if you want and go somewhere different that will keep your mind off it too especially being on holidays.

Worrying is not going to change anything and won't change the outcome ... what will be will be.

I know everyperson is different....me too sometime worry a lot...bit I keep my self buys in day 2 day volanteer jobs....do some online study...upgrade ur skills.....upgrade ur thoughts....I know my messages will help u as long as u are reading them....as Mish said....she is very well know to this forms....she is absolutely wright....sometime I also wright some negative comments and she guide me very well....yes I know it effects life but it shouldn't effect life just like hell...


apply in city council for volunteer...they don't ask PR.

I am also doing volunteers...just for my resume ...its help me a lot....u have only option ...and that is too be POSITIVE.

u see us ....we are in 13 months and I belive our care is sooo simple...my inlaws daily ask about my vIsa..my parents daily ask about our visa...and they don't know what 801 vIsa is all about....but they know one think they there daughter is worried...but at the end I need 2 be positive..as Mish Said.


it u r frustrated ....wright negative on this form or do kick boxing...that will give u freedom thoughts...

rest...tc


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