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Old 04-29-2016, 05:52 PM
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Heya, I feel your pain, I really do. I've recently gone through the second part of the application (back in October) and now I'm just waiting,...


Recap - applied Feb 2015 for 820/801 recently received email saying they needed extra evidence on relationship , AFP check and form 80 so they can make heir decision I'm gathering for*PR. He is on a bridging visa*
So heres my questions..

Question 28 - are you applying for a temporary visa?
Immi told me yes he is but and to tick the yes box but I'm not entirely sure that sounds right since he is already on temporary visa and I'd awaiting*PR
is he on his 820 provisional residency now or a bridging visa...slightly different

When selecting the type of visa you're applying for, On Form 80, you tick that you are applying for Permanent Residency. I know it's confusing, but the application you're about to submit applies for both the 820 and the 801. There is no second application or second fee for the 801.


Has he been on an 820 visa at all, or is he on his bridging visa awaiting the approval of the 820?

Question 34 - what type of visa do you hold in Australia?
You write the exact name of the bridging visa that he is on....is it BVA or BVB he's on?
He came in on a visitor visa but is now on bridging. They want his arrival date so I'm not sure if I put bridging or visitor? (Date he arrived in Australia, as they're not asking for visa grant date.
And place of issue do I write Australia? Was it an online or postal application? When you receive your Australian visa, you are issued with a visa grant notification letter that explains the conditions of your visa, including the period of validity and entry requirements. You should retain this for your own reference and you may wish to carry it with you when you travel as it contains important information about your visa. The information contained within the visa grant notification letter will help you to check your visa status online using our Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) system or myVEVO mobile app.

For onshore and US for his previous visitor visa trips? I can't seem to find where I find where it is issued and no longer have the emails for his previous trips where he applied for his visitor visas offshore.
Again, check vevo and you should be able to find details on current visas and applications
TIA for your help I have 4 days to lodge this horrible form!![/QUOTE]

GOOD LUCK!!!


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Old 05-04-2016, 07:51 AM
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Hey all!

First post from me but have been keeping an eye on this thread for a while so I thought I'd add my history to all of yours I applied onshore for 820 on the 14th July 2015. Like others, on April 1st I received the generic email about uploading any further paperwork asap as my application had "progressed in the queue".

The only item from the list they suggested that I hadn't uploaded back in July was Form 80, so added that in early April.

Haven't heard anything since, but I know there are a few more here who applied around the same time so I'll keep you posted!

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Hi , i applied 25.june 2015 and get granted 29. this friday )))) all documentations together . I think the june applications are starting grand now ...


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Hello Everyone!

I have also been a silent follower of this thread! A huge thank you to everyone sharing their stories and advice

My partner has an American Passport, but was born in Brazil. We are waiting on the outcome of the Partner VISA, see details below:

Applied: 3rd of March 2015 online
Medical: 15 May 2015 (worried we did this too early)
AFP: Feb 2016
March 2016 received email saying to get all docs in by the 30th of April.

I called Immigration yesterday and they said that the wait could be from 2 weeks to 8 weeks from now. In the email they sent out they did say before 30 June so fingers crossed.

Let me know if you applied around the same time and if you have received a response?

Thanks everyone!!


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Applied: 3rd of March 2015 online
Medical: 15 May 2015 (worried we did this too early)
AFP: Feb 2016
March 2016 received email saying to get all docs in by the 30th of April.
I wouldn't worry about the medicals. Mine had expired by the time I got my grant but I wasn't asked to re do them. I was told that providing you haven't done too much overseas travelling they don't tend to ask, but if you've travelled to regions where different medical conditions are common (Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam were the examples I was given) I imagine you will be asked again.


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I wouldn't worry about the medicals. Mine had expired by the time I got my grant but I wasn't asked to re do them. I was told that providing you haven't done too much overseas travelling they don't tend to ask, but if you've travelled to regions where different medical conditions are common (Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam were the examples I was given) I imagine you will be asked again.
Oh fantastic!! Thank you so much!! He hasnt travelled anywhere but left Brazil in 2000, lived in Amerca for 13 years and then here SO should be okay, fingers crossed. Would have been nice to get some warning about this being a risk on the medical expiring, but all good. Great to have someone else in a similar situation with a positive outcome! Congrats to you, we are counting down the days until we find out Thanks again!


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Hey guys,

Just a little update. My partner has just received a call from immigration (our case officer we believe) stating that they are going through our supportive documents and asking about future plans and if there was anything else we wanted to add (a bit odd? We have reached the maximum limit of 60 documents online). Not too sure if I should expect a call as well but its good to hear from them and know that they're progressing through the application

Applied online 09/06/2015


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Hi,
We have lodged 820 online, and we're currently in the middle of uploading documents,
but we got problem with the 12 months living together.

We have been living together in Melbourne since March 2015,
but don't know how to prove that? Because we opened joint bank account around August 2015.
Can we use transaction receipt of our Myki Card (Melbourne Tram) that we both use since March 2015 and addressed to our place? or maybe we can prove it with the picture when my partner arrive at my house with detailed info? Or maybe Statdec?

We're a bit stuck in here. Because when we tried to register our relationship, the prove only joint bank account which was started in August 2015.

Any suggestions would be really helpful.
Thanks for your time


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Hey guys,

Well... I did not get a call but I got my visa approved!!!
Thanks for everybody's help!

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Hi,
We have lodged 820 online, and we're currently in the middle of uploading documents,
but we got problem with the 12 months living together.

We have been living together in Melbourne since March 2015,
but don't know how to prove that? Because we opened joint bank account around August 2015.
Can we use transaction receipt of our Myki Card (Melbourne Tram) that we both use since March 2015 and addressed to our place? or maybe we can prove it with the picture when my partner arrive at my house with detailed info? Or maybe Statdec?

We're a bit stuck in here. Because when we tried to register our relationship, the prove only joint bank account which was started in August 2015.

Any suggestions would be really helpful.
Thanks for your time
How do you pay your rent? Can you show payments though your bank accounts on the same dates each month or something? Myself and my other half take turns paying into a deft account and we just sent copies of our bank statements showing that.


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