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Old 11-09-2016, 10:46 AM
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thanks man! appreciate it!
Good luck dude!

By the way, if you have any other questions about the 801, there's actually an 801 waiting room thread specifically for those who are already eligible and are awaiting their PR decision just so we don't confuse those who are just handing in their 820 application.

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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
Documents for 801 submitted: 11th August 2017
Police check for 801 submitted: 17th August 2017

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Old 11-10-2016, 10:05 AM
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Hi everyone, i am waiting for TR, I logged in my document middle of June, 2015.
They required for more evidences on July 2016.
And on the end of October 2016 the Immigration came to my house and looking for us.
They came to our house after my wife and i finished work. Then they interviewed us for 30 mins at our living room and then had a look at our bed room.
After that they leave. it has been two weeks now from the interview.
Does anyone had that happen as us.
The interview was going good. hopefully the good result will come thru.
Wow, I've never heard of that happening!


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Old 11-14-2016, 10:19 PM
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Hi, did any one received there visa 820 recently?


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Old 11-15-2016, 01:31 AM
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Hey Gubla,

No news at all!
I would like to hear too if there are any updates, anyone?


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Old 11-15-2016, 03:31 AM
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I haven't heard anything, but I'm waiting 13.5 months now so I sent an email 2 weeks ago and received an email today saying this:

There is currently a strong demand, and so the current average processing time for subclass 820 applications is around 15-19 months from lodgement. However, this is an average processing time, and the actual processing time for each application may vary significantly.

And some more (general) info.

So guess the waiting game just continues....

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Old 11-15-2016, 03:35 AM
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15-19 months- this seems to be rising fast!


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Old 11-15-2016, 03:53 AM
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15 - 19 months... that is terrible...


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Old 11-15-2016, 04:03 AM
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Wow. We applied 4.5 months ago, looks like there is a good chance it will be up around two years by the time our turn comes around. It just goes up and up, considering how much they charge for these applications, you would think they could afford to employ a few more staff to process them a bit more quickly, this is getting ridiculous. I don't know what a case worker earns but surely the fees from only 10 - 15 applications would cover a years salary!

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Old 11-15-2016, 04:28 AM
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They are paid a good local salary, when our PMV was being processed in Russia I found an advertised position for a Case Officer at that embassy. Using the exchange rate of the day it was around $2,000 (AUD) per month salary.

Both Russian and Australian public holidays given, and some other good conditions but not expensive ones.

The Case Officers are given an allocated time to process each visa, a Partner Visa is only around 5 hours - the increase wait time will be do to the yearly limit.

Every year the Family Stream "planning level" numbers are meet exactly or within 1 or 2 visas (around 45,000 per year from memory), but there has been an increasing number of applications - so wait time increases.

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Old 11-15-2016, 08:17 AM
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Wow. We applied 4.5 months ago, looks like there is a good chance it will be up around two years by the time our turn comes around. It just goes up and up, considering how much they charge for these applications, you would think they could afford to employ a few more staff to process them a bit more quickly, this is getting ridiculous. I don't know what a case worker earns but surely the fees from only 10 - 15 applications would cover a years salary!
If they can't afford to give DIBP case officers a pay rise somehow I don't think they can afford more staff.

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