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Old 03-10-2016, 07:32 PM
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Hi szeminlim,

The email address I have is for the WA Partner Migration Office and I believe it depends on the office that is processing your visa.

The email address is: [email protected]

I got the email address from the generic "upload your evidence now" email I got a few months ago.

Nick

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Kally, if they have asked you to do everything by April 30th, then I suggest you do the health check by April 30th. Cheers.
Hi I finished my health check yesterday, and Bupa told me it needs 5 working days to finish the report, I just wonder if I need to send a email to upload something to immi to let them know that I've completed my health check?

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Old 03-11-2016, 04:48 AM
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Hi Becky. Their situation is a bit similar to ours. We submitted de facto visa after 10 months dating and 2 months living together. But we had compelling reason as my partner was pregnant. registering relationship obviously waves 12 months living together requirement. However, considering how tough DIBP can be you still have to proof the relationship before and after you applied. I would suggest ask this question to Mark. As for us we still waiting the 820 visa.
Hi Becky, SKL is correct.

Although your friend can register their relationship with BDM registry, they must still gather as much information as possible to ensure they can prove their relationship is exclusive and ongoing.
My partner and I applied in the fifth month of living together, we were waived of the 12 months living together requirement because we registered our relationship.
That being said we have had to produce endless amounts of documents confirming our co-habitation i.e. Utilities, joint bank account, social aspects, photos, insurance. Anything and everything with a letterhead, our name(s) and address on it.

Whoever is the sponsor will also be required to complete a statement and this must include how they met, where they met, what their plans for the future are and how much they need and mean to each other. No matter how puke worthy the description may be, put it all in there.


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Old 03-11-2016, 05:44 AM
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Hi I finished my health check yesterday, and Bupa told me it needs 5 working days to finish the report, I just wonder if I need to send a email to upload something to immi to let them know that I've completed my health check?
No need to do that. Your medical should be uploaded within a few days; mine took 2 days though they said about 5. There's no urgency...DIBP just wants those applicants who received the email to submit missing documents by April 30 .

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Hi all,

Long time listener, first time caller here :-)

Just thought I would provide some dates for my wife's 820 visa application to give you some information on how long we've been waiting (for people in the queue).

Application Submitted online: 02 July 2015

Application was submitted with all the main documents required including proof of relationship and marriage within a few days of submission. Health check completed within 2 weeks of submission and police checks all uploaded in late July 2015.

I uploaded a completed form 80 last month for her, not because anyone asked but because I thought it might help.

No work from Immi as yet so we're just chilling in the queue like lots of other people. I spoke to immigration last week who said that no issues, just waiting to be assigned a case officer.

Also, my wife is Vietnamese and on student visa at the moment.

Hope this helps!

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No need to do that. Your medical should be uploaded within a few days; mine took 2 days though they said about 5. There's no urgency...DIBP just wants those applicants who received the email to submit missing documents by April 30 .
Thanks Syd.

One more problem, I've just got a email from a CO,she asked me provide some evidences of our relationship, actually I have wrote a detail letter and provide to them when I logged my application, don't know what's wrong with that, can anyone give me a sample for a reference? Thanks a lot!

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Thanks Syd.

One more problem, I've just got a email from a CO,she asked me provide some evidences of our relationship, actually I have wrote a detail letter and provide to them when I logged my application, don't know what's wrong with that, can anyone give me a sample for a reference? Thanks a lot!
You wrote them a letter only? If that is the case that will not suffice. You need evidence in all 4 categories. Some examples below:
- joint bank account
- additional card holder for credit card
- money sent via western union
- joint bills
- joint purchases ie. Washing machine, mobile phones etc.
- wills
- joint insurance
- beneficiary of super

This gives you a starting point.

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Thanks Syd.

One more problem, I've just got a email from a CO,she asked me provide some evidences of our relationship, actually I have wrote a detail letter and provide to them when I logged my application, don't know what's wrong with that, can anyone give me a sample for a reference? Thanks a lot!
As Mish said, you need to give detailed information related to the 4 broad categories in your statement. Also, make sure you submit evidence to support claims that you make in your statement and that your evidence meet all 4 categories. You should also upload any new evidence that you have since submitting your partner visa.

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Hi Becky, SKL is correct.

Although your friend can register their relationship with BDM registry, they must still gather as much information as possible to ensure they can prove their relationship is exclusive and ongoing.
My partner and I applied in the fifth month of living together, we were waived of the 12 months living together requirement because we registered our relationship.
That being said we have had to produce endless amounts of documents confirming our co-habitation i.e. Utilities, joint bank account, social aspects, photos, insurance. Anything and everything with a letterhead, our name(s) and address on it.

Whoever is the sponsor will also be required to complete a statement and this must include how they met, where they met, what their plans for the future are and how much they need and mean to each other. No matter how puke worthy the description may be, put it all in there.
hi Mei 81. did yoi get 820/801 visa?


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As Mish said, you need to give detailed information related to the 4 broad categories in your statement. Also, make sure you submit evidence to support claims that you make in your statement and that your evidence meet all 4 categories. You should also upload any new evidence that you have since submitting your partner visa.

All the best
Thanks guys! Yes I think the point is they need all my update evidences from my logged to current. I just wonder why she asked me to provide a statement from my friends about the nature of our relationship again, as I provide the form 888 when I logged, doesn it mean that I need to prepare again form 888?


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