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CollegeGirl 02-06-2015 05:20 AM

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Originally Posted by chloejessica (Post 765530)
how helpful....

i realise i perhaps dont impress everyone because the relationship is short and the dreams are big but mocking someones situation when all they came here for was help and advice is just rude.

I don't know that GBP was actually mocking you (I don't know, could be wrong. :)) I personally find it really unfair that there's not something like this - it seems discriminatory to me. Not all people believe in marriage, and not all couples CAN be legally married in Australia. For example, same-sex couples don't have the PMV option. I would personally like to see a visa like that - where you could get a visa to come over and register your relationship within nine months or something, instead of marrying. :)

aussiesteve 02-06-2015 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by chloejessica (Post 765530)

how helpful....

i realise i perhaps dont impress everyone because the relationship is short and the dreams are big but mocking someones situation when all they came here for was help and advice is just rude.

I don't think anyone is intending to be rude, all they are trying to do is share the knowledge they have gained often through bitter experience, I know as I have experienced it first hand, it took me over 12 months to obtain my wife's visa.
The important thing to remember is that emotions play no part in the decision making process. All decisions are based on facts alone, and unless you produce sufficient evidence to convince the case officer your application will fail.
Applying for a visa is an extremely stressful experience, be prepared for an emotional rollercoaster, where the result could be worse than the ride.

Negative Ned 02-06-2015 11:27 AM

I'll be joining this waiting room in a few short months :)

CollegeGirl 02-06-2015 03:08 PM

Not for long, though, Ned. :)

Kurt Olsson 02-09-2015 03:07 AM

I just want to give a bit of info.
Applied for a 820 Visa 4th March 2014.
My wife did all the paperwork for me.
Applied on Paper, had the Grant sent to me via courrier.
Supplied all they wanted except form 80, which wasn't on the check list I had and they didn't ask for it. Had done the medical test all ready.
Visa was Granted the 4th Feb 2015

Cheers... I'm off to the pub!

Dinkum 02-09-2015 05:18 AM

Congrats & good luck!
 
Yes, time to enjoy a drink. Best wishes to you both for the next step and eventual PR. :):):)

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Originally Posted by Kurt Olsson (Post 769513)
I just want to give a bit of info.
Applied for a 820 Visa 4th March 2014.
My wife did all the paperwork for me.
Applied on Paper, had the Grant sent to me via courrier.
Supplied all they wanted except form 80, which wasn't on the check list I had and they didn't ask for it. Had done the medical test all ready.
Visa was Granted the 4th Feb 2015

Cheers... I'm off to the pub!


Kurt Olsson 02-09-2015 05:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Dinkum (Post 769713)
Yes, time to enjoy a drink. Best wishes to you both for the next step and eventual PR. :):):)

Thanks. !!
PR shouldn't be a problem.
I reckon this part is the tuff bit.
I hate paperwork....
But I guess to screen people is necessary this time of age.

Mish 02-09-2015 07:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Kurt Olsson (Post 769761)

Thanks. !!
PR shouldn't be a problem.
I reckon this part is the tuff bit.
I hate paperwork....
But I guess to screen people is necessary this time of age.

The 801 is paperwork too lol.

Mark posted recently that for the 801 he has been seeing rejections and advise people to submit the same kind of evidence as they did for the 820.

Once upon a time the 801 is pretty much a tick and flick job but not anymore.

Keep collecting all that evidence :)

la.vie 02-09-2015 09:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Mish (Post 769825)
Mark posted recently that for the 801 he has been seeing rejections and advise people to submit the same kind of evidence as they did for the 820.
[...]
Keep collecting all that evidence :)

Noted. I will go and read the 801 waiting room to at least become aware of that set... but is so doesn't make sense to put in a similar set of docs. Medicals and polic checks again...? :confused:

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Originally Posted by Kurt Olsson (Post 769513)
Visa was Granted the 4th Feb 2015

Cheers... I'm off to the pub!

Congrats and all the best! Found it interesting that if you have troubles logging in, it might be because they are about to give you the visa. Noted :rolleyes: :D

Kurt Olsson 02-09-2015 10:05 AM

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Congrats and all the best! Found it interesting that if you have troubles logging in, it might be because they are about to give you the visa. Noted .... """""

THANKS :-)

Actually it makes sense. .
If a new visa is issued, then the old visa should NOT show up on VEVO..


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