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Old 09-02-2016, 12:26 PM
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Why did they not let DIBP in the house? I would have no issues.

How early in the morning did they come?

I think that even if the sponsor is not there a case officer can tell if they are genuine ie. 1 bed, where the clothes are etc.
They said they are from DIBP somehow the application still not let them in the house and talked over the door
about 7am
they applied thought agency, which the agency said the applicant could not let them in the house unless they have warrant or something like that.
but somehow they not let them in, and now they wait for decision.
and now DIBP will come to house if they not sure.
Be prepared


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If I was a DIBP case officer it would raise concerns with me that they have something to hide if they didn't let me in, but that is just me.

Oh 7am isn't early both my husband and I are at work at 7am.


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If I was a DIBP case officer it would raise concerns with me that they have something to hide if they didn't let me in, but that is just me.

Oh 7am isn't early both my husband and I are at work at 7am.
Yeah for me, i would concern about it too
but 7 am still early for most people ^_^
but anyway they actually come to applicant house like immigration in the state they do ^_^


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Huh ... the sponsor house should be the applicants house. If not then that is a concern.


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Old 09-02-2016, 12:46 PM
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Huh ... the sponsor house should be the applicants house. If not then that is a concern.
that`s why they worry about Vietnamese application
i will be hard
as husband and wife they should live together, but i just knew the case, not too much detail about it


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Old 09-03-2016, 01:41 AM
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I have now added us to the spread sheet, last entry

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Visa: 820 / 801 on grounds of Marriage
Nationality: Sponsor: Australian Applicant: Mauritian
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Application Date: 1st September 2014
Police Clearance: Applied 10 February 2015
Medicals: 2nd September 2015
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820 Visa Grant Date: 21st October 2015
801 Applied: 1st September 2016
801 Visa Grant Date: 12th December 2017

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Today 2 years & 10 months's anniversary since I applied my 820/801 and still on BVA ,happy bday to me and congratulations for DIBP .


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If the visa is 820/801 and you have been waiting for that long, and your application is successfull, you will get you PR 801 straight. So keep waiting and the wait will be worth alot.
Wish you a good news at the end of the wait for you Mk83.

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If the visa is 820/801 and you have been waiting for that long, and your application is successfull, you will get you PR 801 straight. So keep waiting and the wait will be worth alot.
Wish you a good news at the end of the wait for you Mk83.
Waiting is the only thing we can do ,I,hope so to,hear soon and everyone too


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Hi All,

Still waiting. I am now on 12 months waiting. Let us hope the grants will come to all of us.

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