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Old 11-24-2013, 12:26 AM
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Hi all,
iam just wondering with all timeline with the partner permanet visa.
I have been thinking if theres any possible or special consideration processing time from prospective marriage visa to 801 partner permanet visa and other partner visas to partner permanet 801 visa?
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Hi guys my 801 visa is granted on 2/12. Thanks everyone for their posts. I hope you guys get a good news too before Christmas.

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Hi guys my 801 visa is granted on 2/12. Thanks everyone for their posts. I hope you guys get a good news too before Christmas.
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Old 12-05-2013, 03:55 PM
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My eligibility date is November 16th 2013, and I lodged my 801 evidence and document to partnership department on 16th September 2013. I am still waiting and checking VEVO every day.


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Hey guys, I assume most people in this waiting room will be TR awaiting PR , Can someone please give me a gauge regarding employement eligability , Do recruiters consider PR and TR the same or is TR similar to a Bridging Visa ( I hope not) Any TR people that are employed?


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People here are on 820/309 visa which it's a provisional resident visa. Its a visa that will lead to the path of PR whereas other TR visa doesn't i.e. If you hold a 485 visa, when it expires you need to apply another visa to stay it doesnt automatically go to PR. Employers can be in favour of PR as they don't have to worry about employment length and visa issue but of course TR can also be hired if employers think that's the best choice and find it suitable. TR is different from bridging visa. Bridging visa is not a substantuve visa and like its name bridging visa is for people who are in between visa. Bridging visa doesn't have the flexibility of work right like TR.

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Thanks CCPro it definitely appears to be more substantial , It's just you hear about allot of large companies having a PR/AC only recruitment policy, I suppose TR would fall under the PR umbrella even though its not actually PR, because employers know there well on their way to getting residency.


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Hi, guys, I just called the partnership department today and asked about the processing time about Visa 801. After providing the client ID, the operator told me that my case has been assigned to a case officer, however, he (the case officer) has not heard the case yet. I think he has other cases in hand, therefore, I have to join a queue for case comes up. By the way, my eligibility date is November 16th 2013, therefore, the cases before my eligibility date should be assigned to case officers, hope my information can help others here.


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Hi, guys, I just called the partnership department today and asked about the processing time about Visa 801. After providing the client ID, the operator told me that my case has been assigned to a case officer, however, he (the case officer) has not heard the case yet. I think he has other cases in hand, therefore, I have to join a queue for case comes up. By the way, my eligibility date is November 16th 2013, therefore, the cases before my eligibility date should be assigned to case officers, hope my information can help others here.
Thanks Hokeiwon for the info, my eligible date is 30/11/13 which is 2 week after your date, so hopefully my case has been assigned to CO too. I check vevo too to wait for big day. .


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Hi guys my 801 visa is granted on 2/12. Thanks everyone for their posts. I hope you guys get a good news too before Christmas.
Hi Jay, can you please post your timeline since your eligible date and visa approved?


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