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Old 08-24-2015, 09:57 AM
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we applied 3rd August 15 , email request 6th August 15 Visa approved 20th August 15, we applied online too
Our previous Visa was PMV300
Oh wow, was yours a special case to only need less than a month from application to approval?

General Info: we applied for 820/801 Oct 2014, been waiting and fingers crossed to hear from Immi soon.

The scary thing in the back of my mind is that they can reject you without contacting you for more information first.

Edit: Nevermind I saw that you were on PMW300 prior


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Hear a few been quick approvals, but yes was surprised in a 13 working day turn around. Can I ask were you also on Pmv 300 ?


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Old 08-24-2015, 07:41 PM
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Hi everybody,

I applied for 820 three days ago, about to send the last batch of documents.

So I guess I'll see you all in about a year or so

Good luck everyone!

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Quick question, why do the 300's get processed so much faster. I realise you must apply with additional info earlier or something like that?

Also we applied for my husband's 820/801 at the start of June. How long did you wait to do your medical test?

Waiting as patiently as we can...

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Quick question, why do the 300's get processed so much faster. I realise you must apply with additional info earlier or something like that?

Also we applied for my husband's 820/801 at the start of June. How long did you wait to do your medical test?

Waiting as patiently as we can...
It is because they have already been determined to be in a genuine relationship and they are just checking if they got married.

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Old 08-24-2015, 11:03 PM
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Pdub, we recently had our 820 approved (from PMV300) and No medical was required, ours was approved 20th Aug 2015


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Today is my one year waiting anniversary
Fingers crossed its not too long anymore

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Today is my one year waiting anniversary
Fingers crossed its not too long anymore
I'm 13 months. Good luck

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I think it also depends on C/O assigned to your application ours seem to move very quick from our PMV300 our 820 was approved very quick - 13 working days, but I have friends who have come from different Visa's i.e tourist etc to 820 and they have not been approved.


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Today is my one year waiting anniversary
Fingers crossed its not too long anymore
Hi Helene,
I wish you hear good news soon

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