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Waiting for just over 11 months. Haven't heard anything yet.Just wondering if anyones application is processing in Brisbane ,as i see most going to Perth
Brisbane for me as well. 13 months and waiting.

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Brisbane for me as well. 13 months and waiting.
Hi Helene,

Thanks for reply.

Did u try to contact them for an update? Were you in Australia for these entire 13 months?


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Hey,

Just reading recent messages. So looks as though the average processing time is 10-15 months and looks as though most are processing in Perth or Brisbane. Just wondering when people had got emails saying where it was being processed. On immi mine says application received after 6 months. Just wondering what the earliest contact with DIBP was?

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So I submitted my 820 app a few days back and received the bridging visa, but my partner submitted his sponsorship app and for the past three days, his just says "submitted" and not "received" like mine does...is this typical?


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LittleOne, yes, it is typical. Six months after submission my sponsor's still says Submitted.

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Hi Helene,

Thanks for reply.

Did u try to contact them for an update? Were you in Australia for these entire 13 months?
Yes and yes - they just told me processing time is 15 months so it's standard wait...
Have they told you anything?

Gonna have to apply for bvb again next week...

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Yes and yes - they just told me processing time is 15 months so it's standard wait...
Have they told you anything?

Gonna have to apply for bvb again next week...
Helene, have you received any contact from DIBP via email about your application being transferred to a different state or that it has progressed in the queue?


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Yes and yes - they just told me processing time is 15 months so it's standard wait...
Have they told you anything?

Gonna have to apply for bvb again next week...
i didn't try to contact them yet,as my application will be only 12 months this October 19th. We didn't bother about the wait so far,but now we are planning to go overseas in November and then again planning a European holidays next May.Now the thought of applying for BVB and holding the application while away and delaying things further is annoying.Fingers crossed hoping to get it processed before November!!


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May I know if there is any waiting period for lodging 820 application? If I used ETA and arrived Australia this morning, can I lodge my 820 application and received BVA this afternoon?


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May I know if there is any waiting period for lodging 820 application? If I used ETA and arrived Australia this morning, can I lodge my 820 application and received BVA this afternoon?
There is no official waiting times but if you lodge the day you arrive on your ETA DIBP could argue that you are in breach of the tourist visa conditions.

Don't forget that you can not work until the expiry of the ETA ie. 3 months, so applying sooner does not change when you can start working.


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