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Old 08-17-2016, 06:52 AM
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Hi all,

I have finally been granted 820 after 15 months of waiting,

Date of lodgement: 24/04/2015
Received generic emails in Feb and April 2016
Visa granted 09/08/2016
Applied online in Adelaide

My only question at this stage is, what's next? Do I wait till the eligibility date (24/04/2017) to apply for the 801? Or can I apply for one online now?

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Hello Shayne,

Thanks for the update! :-) I also applied online from Adelaide on the 25th August. I'm almost at the 12 months mark... I just hope that I don't have to wait for another 3 more months 😬

I also received the generic email on the 1st of April ... Let's hope we are in the same batch *fingers crossed*


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Old 08-19-2016, 08:51 AM
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Hi all,

I have finally been granted 820 after 15 months of waiting,

Date of lodgement: 24/04/2015
Received generic emails in Feb and April 2016
Visa granted 09/08/2016
Applied online in Adelaide

My only question at this stage is, what's next? Do I wait till the eligibility date (24/04/2017) to apply for the 801? Or can I apply for one online now?

Regards,
Shayne.
Congrats Toan,

and just an update my application: 13 months and 25 days waiting..


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Old 08-24-2016, 07:11 PM
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Hi all!

Quick question for those who have entered on Tourist Visa as they may be able to advise...

We (myself Aus, partner Brazilian/Italian) are applying for an onshore 820/801 in January 2017. We will be entering on a Tourist Visa initially and will lodge the 820 application ASAP when onshore.

My question - Is there any danger in setting up the online immi.gov.au account for our 820 application PRIOR to applying for the 3mth Tourist visa?

My concern is that maybe computer systems may trigger/flag to the immigration agent upon entry at the airport in Australia that my partner has an active immi account, and with that knowledge may apply a 'no further stay' clause (which we obviously want to avoid at all costs) as they may question whether she is really a 'tourist'

Perhaps we just play it safe and not start any online immi.gov.au activity until we have entered the country?

Thoughts?

Many thanks!


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Old 08-24-2016, 10:42 PM
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My instincts are like yours. I would suggest waiting until after arrival, and also waiting at least a month or so before lodging. The purpose of entering on a holiday visa is clear - for temporary visit. If you apply for a permanent visa immediately after arriving on a holiday visa, that first visa could come into question.

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anyone have advice

so we have applied and been granted a bridging visa A, my partner is still currently on her student we want to cancel as we dont have the funds to pay her course due to cost the 820 application.... but her school has their policy that we still have to pay the course fees before they will release her, WHat can we do about situation? if we ignore them and let the cancelletion process continue wont they report her and give her a bad credit report and could affect her character report for our partner application? what can be done?

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Your Bridging Visa A is *tied* to your Student Visa. When you cancel your Student Visa, your Bridging Visa A gets cancelled as well! The second that's cancelled, you'll be in the country illegally.


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Has anyone lodged their application in September 2015 and already received their approval?


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Your Bridging Visa A is *tied* to your Student Visa. When you cancel your Student Visa, your Bridging Visa A gets cancelled as well! The second that's cancelled, you'll be in the country illegally.
yes i am aware and we are fine with that and plan to apply for a bridging visa E as soon as it is cancelled but my question is in regards to the school, we want to cancel her visa but the school are demandaing the payment of her course regardless, can this be seen as bad on her record if she refuses to pay it as she is cancelling the visa?


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I would assume this is in Terms and Conditions or Contract with the school. If payment was agreed on in these terms, they can certainly give your partner a bad credit rating & also references from possible future employers.

Bridging visa E is not a nice visa to hold.

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Has anyone lodged their application in September 2015 and already received their approval?
Today it has been 1 year I applied and I still didn't have any updates...


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