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Old 12-18-2014, 06:51 AM
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Hi guy,

I have been granted visa 801 yesterday (eligible date 11/09/14). I would like to thank this forum for everything. I believe all people that submitted application in September will get good news soon. Merry christmas and Happy new year.

Ps. I never get any phone call or email from Immi. So please don't be stress
Congratulation to your good news. When did u apply for 801? Coz my eligible date are 6/9/14 but till haven't heard anything yet. I sent application by post on 11/7/14.


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Wink Lodging today

Today I am lodging my 801 application.
Immi took 15 months to grant my temporary; this time I will be the lucky one and I will be granted at lightspeed.

Has anyone noticed if there is a correlation between the waiting time for the 801 and how easy/difficult the grant of 820 was?
If for example a short waiting time for the 820 brought to a longer wait for 801 e viceversa.

I'd like also to know if anyone noticed any pattern for married couple, defacto hetero and defacto homosexuals.
It would be great to understand how immi's mind works!

Fingers crossed for me now

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Old 12-21-2014, 04:28 AM
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Hello everyone...

Sorry if this question has been asked before but when are you actually eligible to apply for your 801?

thanks

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Old 12-21-2014, 05:36 AM
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Hi Miri - you are eligible to apply for your 801 two years after you originally applied for your 820/801. Best wishes...

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Sorry if this question has been asked before but when are you actually eligible to apply for your 801?

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Today I am lodging my 801 application.
Immi took 15 months to grant my temporary; this time I will be the lucky one and I will be granted at lightspeed.

Has anyone noticed if there is a correlation between the waiting time for the 801 and how easy/difficult the grant of 820 was?
If for example a short waiting time for the 820 brought to a longer wait for 801 e viceversa.

I'd like also to know if anyone noticed any pattern for married couple, defacto hetero and defacto homosexuals.
It would be great to understand how immi's mind works!

Fingers crossed for me now
No idea but I got my 820 granted quickly, so I can let you know how the 801 goes next year. We're same-sex defacto. I don't think there could be a correlation in that regard, since that would be overt discrimination. Mind you, the current gov doesn't seem to mind a little bit of discrimination anyway. But I think each application is judged on its own merits and also at the mercy of the ebbs and flows of the process efficiency at the time it is submitted.

Best of luck with a quick grant!

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Does it mean it's no longer 6 to 8 months when u call the immi line ?

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Old 12-26-2014, 12:15 PM
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Panda those processing times are for someone who does not already hold an 820.

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Old 12-27-2014, 12:33 AM
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Talking Congratulations!!!!!!!

Many Congratulations to all those who got their 801 visas granted! Great to see the happiness being shared which keeps all of us motivated
Hope everyone had a great Christmas and hope you have a wonderful New Year 2015

Kind Regards,
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Hi everyone,
Quick question, I have just completed my online application. Where do I have to upload the 888 form, AFP police clearance and relationship evidence such travel tickets etc.
Thanks
Elvira

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Hi everyone,
Quick question, I have just completed my online application. Where do I have to upload the 888 form, AFP police clearance and relationship evidence such travel tickets etc.
Thanks
Elvira
Hi Elvira,
These pages might be helpful:
Online Partner Visa Applications – Subclass 309/100 | Love versus Goliath : A Partner Visa Journey
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