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Old 07-06-2015, 06:38 AM
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Applied 24th of June 2014 and still no news. I got the generic e-mail in March that my application was tansferred to Perth. i wonder, because i'm eligible for 801 straight away (having a child together and been living together more than 2 years) makes the difference and requires longer processing...


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Old 07-06-2015, 09:41 AM
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Dev123, is there any reason why you haven't uploaded all the documents?

Just so you know DIBP does not have to request additional documents they can make a decision without requesting them.
I used a migration agents. He said it can be done when we get a case officer. So waiting now


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Old 07-06-2015, 09:43 AM
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Hi Dev123
How long your application go through?
I applied in July last year. So little over 11 months


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Old 07-06-2015, 09:59 AM
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I used a migration agents. He said it can be done when we get a case officer. So waiting now
Becky one of forum members was told she didn't need to supply any evidence until the case officer asked for it. She was rejected due to lack of evidence.

The location was Brisbane.

She ended up going offshore and applied for a 309.

Personally I would not be waiting. Submit the evidence yourself if need be.

Is the agent registered?


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I used a migration agents. He said it can be done when we get a case officer. So waiting now

Oh wow! It sounds like you need a new migration agent...that advice is not a wise one. DIBP is not obligated to request additional info except medicals and police checks. Don't leave your visa application completely in the hands of someone else - upload crucial documents asap/or demand that the agent get that done in short order.

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Hi all,

I have a couple of naive questions I'm hoping someone can kindly answer.

My partner is here on a PMV visa, and we got married last month. We're pooling all the information to send soon. We will send it online.

-Do we just use the same IMMI account profile, but begin a new application?

-Will it be assessed by someone from his embassy (Turkey) in Australia? Or is there a general immigration office here in Australia that processes onshore applications?

-Do we need to send through absolutely every document that we have, including documents we sent for our PMV? Or just relevant documents we have collected SINCE the PMV was granted?

-Is he allowed to travel abroad while his PMV is still valid, and he has applied for the 820 but hasn't yet been granted the 820 temporary? For example, if we send the application now, and he returns home to Turkey for two weeks for a family visit next month, then returns to Australia all before or while the 820 is granted, but while still on a valid PMV, will he get into trouble? He really needs to head home for two weeks for a family event, but it will be after we have applied for the 820, and possibly before IMMI has had a chance to make a decision about his 820.

Thank you everyone!


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Old 07-06-2015, 10:26 AM
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1/ yes you can use the same account

2/ it will be processed at your local embassy in Australia.

3/ it doesn't matter what you approve as it is pretty much a tick and flick job.

4/ generally PMV to 820 is pretty fast but if he is offshore when they are ready to grant they will wait for him to come back. There is no issue with him going offshore while his PMV is still active. After the BVA kicks in he needs a BVB (if not approved before then)


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1/ yes you can use the same account

2/ it will be processed at your local embassy in Australia.

3/ it doesn't matter what you approve as it is pretty much a tick and flick job.

4/ generally PMV to 820 is pretty fast but if he is offshore when they are ready to grant they will wait for him to come back. There is no issue with him going offshore while his PMV is still active. After the BVA kicks in he needs a BVB (if not approved before then)
Thank you Mish!!


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1/ yes you can use the same account

2/ it will be processed at your local embassy in Australia.

3/ it doesn't matter what you approve as it is pretty much a tick and flick job.

4/ generally PMV to 820 is pretty fast but if he is offshore when they are ready to grant they will wait for him to come back. There is no issue with him going offshore while his PMV is still active. After the BVA kicks in he needs a BVB (if not approved before then)
Sorry Mish, one more question. What are BVA and BVB?


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Sorry Mish, one more question. What are BVA and BVB?
BVA = bridging visa a
BVB = bridging visa b


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