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Old 06-21-2016, 04:35 AM
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It will be an 820 unless you meet the relationship requirements or it has been longer than 2 years waiting for the 820.
We do 'qualify', over 3.5 years together with a child 2.5 years old. (Citizen by decent).

I must add that we have been told, from sources close to DIBP, to take waiting and issuing times with a 'pinch of salt'. There are known cases that have waited over 3 years with no 'special circumstances' holding up the application (i.e; background/ security checks, age differences, etc.)

It is brutal at times. (Honest response)


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Family visa processing times

I notice that the processing time for an applicant from a high risk country, is officially 8 months, if lodged within Australia.
We're 3-4 months past that now.
When we made application in July 2015, DIBP's letter of lodgement said 15-18 months.
Has anything changed?

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Family visa processing times

I notice that the processing time for an applicant from a high risk country, is officially 8 months, if lodged within Australia.
We're 3-4 months past that now.
When we made application in July 2015, DIBP's letter of lodgement said 15-18 months.
Has anything changed?
It is 12 to 15 months for both 820 and 801. 801 use to be 6 to 8 months and some still get it in that time but they have a backlog at the moment so waiting times are longer now.

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November 2013? That is a 2.5 year wait and still haven't had 820 decision?
That's rather odd.
Have you contacted DIBP asking them what's going on?
Yes I haven't got decision for 820 yet ,and I did contact immigration 1 month ago ,they said they are doing final assessment and will contact me accordingly . And still waiting ,nothing to do with them.


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Yes I haven't got decision for 820 yet ,and I did contact immigration 1 month ago ,they said they are doing final assessment and will contact me accordingly . And still waiting ,nothing to do with them.
Hang in there.

If the DIBP are not asking for more documents then you are in the waiting queue.


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Hang in there.

If the DIBP are not asking for more documents then you are in the waiting queue.
They haven't asked of anything ,last time I've heard was after 1year and 11 months after date of lodgment on Oct 2015 ,they were asking me to provide more info and evidences,so I submitted it and since I,havent heard anything.
I hope so ,I am in their mind ��


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Application lodged December 19, 2014 - Onshore 820/801


Form 80 & Medcial - HAP ID requested and submitted April 2016

I sent an email off 30/05/2016. Got a surprise reply today.

Dear Mr Xxxxxx,

Thank you for your email on behalf of Ms Xxxxx,

Ms Xxxxx’s application has been put forward for allocation to a case officer. If the case officer requires any further information, they will be in touch with your authorised migration agent.


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Application lodged December 19, 2014


Form 80 & Medial - HAP ID requested and submitted April 2016

I sent an email off 30/05/2016. Got a surprise reply today.

Dear Mr Xxxxxx,

Thank you for your email on behalf of Ms Xxxxx,

Ms Xxxxx’s application has been put forward for allocation to a case officer. If the case officer requires any further information, they will be in touch with your authorised migration agent.


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Application lodged December 19, 2014


Form 80 & Medial - HAP ID requested and submitted April 2016

I sent an email off 30/05/2016. Got a surprise reply today.

Dear Mr Xxxxxx,

Thank you for your email on behalf of Ms Xxxxx,

Ms Xxxxx’s application has been put forward for allocation to a case officer. If the case officer requires any further information, they will be in touch with your authorised migration agent.

Omg how exciting! And the start of the new financial year is almost here too. Maybe you'll be one of the first in July to receive an outcome! I hope mine goes through too. Seems the wait for 801 is as long as 820 and I'm kinda just feeling all down about it trying to plan for the future (eg mortgage etc) is not easy when you're not a PR. no one wants to have anything to do with you (loans/mortgage wise) even if you work hard, have consistent income and can afford repayments and meet all criteria (except PR). So sad

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Visa: 801 Partner (De Facto) - Permanent stage
Nationality: Malaysia
Applied: Online, Onshore, Immigration Lawyer
820 Application Date: 15th July 2015
820 Visa Grant Date: 7th July 2016
801 Eligiblity: 15th July 2017
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Omg how exciting! And the start of the new financial year is almost here too. Maybe you'll be one of the first in July to receive an outcome! I hope mine goes through too. Seems the wait for 801 is as long as 820 and I'm kinda just feeling all down about it trying to plan for the future (eg mortgage etc) is not easy when you're not a PR. no one wants to have anything to do with you (loans/mortgage wise) even if you work hard, have consistent income and can afford repayments and meet all criteria (except PR). So sad
If your partner is an Australian Citizen then you can do a joint loan (mortgage) if you are on a BVA or TR. We did twice whilst on BVA.


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