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Dinkum 12-07-2015 02:13 AM

Congratulations!
 
Congratulations to you both on your wonderful news. Best wishes for a long, happy and successful life together in Oz. :):):)

Would you please be kind enough to provide some more details so we can update the spreadsheet that Mish created? Thanks in advance. It will help us all on the 801 waiting list.
  • Application - Paper or Online
  • PMV to 820 - Yes or No
  • Gender of Applicant - M or F
  • Married or Defacto
  • Date applied
  • Eligibility date


Quote:

Originally Posted by yul138 (Post 1113690)
Hello everyone,

Just want to share my good news. After 13 months waiting, finally I received my 801 grant today (on the basis of a long-term relationship). I am over the moon right now. Thank you everyone in the forum for your support.

I especially want to thank medoes81 for sharing useful tips in preparing and organizing the partner visa application <http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-immigration/19778-820-partner-visa-approved-10-days-content-presentation-tips.html>.

All the best for those who are waiting for grants :)


yul138 12-07-2015 10:13 PM

Thanks everyone,

Just want to share details of my application:
Application - Online
PMV to 820 - No
Gender of Applicant - F
Defacto
Date applied 3 Nov 2014
Visa grant on 7 Dec 2015 (straight to 801)

Dinkum 12-07-2015 10:23 PM

Thanks yul138... updated spreadsheet. Happy Christmas and New year to you both.

Mayang 12-09-2015 03:37 AM

Good day... I am new to this forum. I am Mae from Philippines. I am now currently in Australia with a PMV visa and plan to get married with my partner soon. I learned from other website that we need to apply for subclass 820 next. I am not sure if this is true. If anyone has an idea, can you please help us answer the following questions:
1. Is 820 the next visa after PMV 300?
2. How much the visa cost of 820 for visa holder subclass 300?
3. What are the requirements? Am I required for medical and police check?
I hope that anyone from this thread can help me answer my questions. Thank you in advance.

Ladyjane 12-09-2015 04:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mayang (Post 1116002)
Good day... I am new to this forum. I am Mae from Philippines. I am now currently in Australia with a PMV visa and plan to get married with my partner soon. I learned from other website that we need to apply for subclass 820 next. I am not sure if this is true. If anyone has an idea, can you please help us answer the following questions:
1. Is 820 the next visa after PMV 300?
2. How much the visa cost of 820 for visa holder subclass 300?
3. What are the requirements? Am I required for medical and police check?
I hope that anyone from this thread can help me answer my questions. Thank you in advance.


***

Hi Mae,
Yes, 820 is the next step after your PMV.
If you are processing just yourself without dependent its 6,865.00 AUD. No medical/police check if you came from PMV. If you Google Partner Visa for Australia you should be able to get a check list on the requirements.

Thanks.

majabelline 12-09-2015 05:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ladyjane (Post 1116090)
*** Hi Mae, Yes, 820 is the next step after your PMV. If you are processing just yourself without dependent its 6,865.00 AUD. No medical/police check if you came from PMV. If you Google Partner Visa for Australia you should be able to get a check list on the requirements. Thanks.

I'm pretty sure the fee is $1,145 if you're coming off a PMV. See DIBP link

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Fees#

$6,865 is the base charge for an 820, if you are applying for it direct. The same base charge would already have been paid as part of the PMV application.

belgianturtle 12-09-2015 10:12 AM

We got our visa approved about an hour ago !!!

Applied online from Sydney 23rd of October 2014. No contact until about a week ago to request an additional police check and visa approved within a day of providing that last piece of evidence

We are over the moon and it's an amazing engagement and early xmas present :)

Good luck to anyone still waiting, hang in there :)

Dinkum 12-09-2015 10:16 AM

Congratulations to you both. We know how wonderful and relieved it feels after all this time. With Christmas and New Year coming there will be plenty of opportunities to celebrate and open the bubbly. Have a good one together is Sydney...

htcerica 12-09-2015 02:05 PM

Congratulations!!
I applied by paper from Sydney last year Nov.
Just allocated an Case officer who requires more evidence,I'm just wondering can I send those evidence by email or I have to send proofs by paper?
Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks!

syd 12-09-2015 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by htcerica (Post 1116610)
Congratulations!!
I applied by paper from Sydney last year Nov.
Just allocated an Case officer who requires more evidence,I'm just wondering can I send those evidence by email or I have to send proofs by paper?
Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks!

If you were contacted via email, then I think it would be ok to email the documents required. You could ask CO how he/she prefers to receive required documents. Good luck!


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