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Old 11-16-2016, 09:49 AM
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Refused is they may not believe you so wont take a risk.

Cancelled is they proved you did something wrong (knowingly or not).
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GOOD NEWS! After 15 months and 13 days I have been granted my 820 visa!

Applied 03/08/16 onshore online, after being on a working holiday visa
Granted 16/11/16.
I've been with my partner for 3 years, living in the UK and then Australia.

I'm from the UK and it was a pretty straightforward case other than they had to ask for more info at 15 months (his birth certificate, and my AFP check). After we uploaded this, it only took them about 10 days to grant it.

The only thing we added over the 15 months was my medical check and also that we got engaged.

Don't lose hope! It's a very long and exhausting wait but this forum has helped me so much! Thanks to everyone. x

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Old 11-17-2016, 12:04 AM
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Congratulations Beti and Prazzle. Happy for you. And happy that they haven't stop working because of Christmas, New year coming soon.


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GOOD NEWS! After 15 months and 13 days I have been granted my 820 visa!

Applied 03/08/16 onshore online, after being on a working holiday visa
Granted 16/11/16.
I've been with my partner for 3 years, living in the UK and then Australia.

I'm from the UK and it was a pretty straightforward case other than they had to ask for more info at 15 months (his birth certificate, and my AFP check). After we uploaded this, it only took them about 10 days to grant it.

The only thing we added over the 15 months was my medical check and also that we got engaged.

Don't lose hope! It's a very long and exhausting wait but this forum has helped me so much! Thanks to everyone. x
Congratulation!!!


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Old 11-17-2016, 09:07 AM
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Just wondering if anyone is or has been in the same boat as us, so to speak. We have just applied for the 820 visa in Australia. I am an 'eligible New Zealand citizen', in other words a permanent resident. My partner is currently on a student visa until 2018. She is 34 weeks pregnant.
After receiving our application notification it also said that a bridging visa had now been granted for her. It goes on to say that it is not in effect and if her student visa gets cancelled it may not come into effect.The 3rd paragraph of the letter states that the visa allows her to stay in Australia until 28 days after her temporary partner visa has been decided.
Can anyone confirm which statement is correct? The wording is a little confusing or should I say deceiving? The way I read it is she has to carry on attending school, even with our newborn baby next year or her student visa could be revoked. Does that then mean that the bridging visa comes into effect or not?
Thanks in advance to anyone that have shared a similar experience


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Bridging visa is attached to current visa being a student visa in her case, If the student visa is cancelled so is the bridging visa.

That is very simple and straight forward.

The requirements of study and attending school while pregnant and compliance with visa conditions I am not sure, but expect a course deferral is an option. Again I have no idea on how long it could be deferred but expect at least as long as maternity leave period.


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Old 11-17-2016, 09:38 AM
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Thank you for your prompt reply ampk! She has been granted leave from her study for a month after our baby is born at a premium cost of course. Nothing comes cheap when you're talking about all things immigration.


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Mate my fiancÚ had 2 kids and we had dramas, we total about $80k cheap to date.


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Congratulations Beti and Prazzle!!! Great news!

May I ask in which office did you lodge your application? (I assume if you apply in Vic you get Melbourne office to process your visa)

Thanks and good luck with 801


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GOOD NEWS! After 15 months and 13 days I have been granted my 820 visa!

Applied 03/08/16 onshore online, after being on a working holiday visa
Granted 16/11/16.
I've been with my partner for 3 years, living in the UK and then Australia.

I'm from the UK and it was a pretty straightforward case other than they had to ask for more info at 15 months (his birth certificate, and my AFP check). After we uploaded this, it only took them about 10 days to grant it.

The only thing we added over the 15 months was my medical check and also that we got engaged.

Don't lose hope! It's a very long and exhausting wait but this forum has helped me so much! Thanks to everyone. x
Congrats Prazzle! So nice to read of some happy news in this thread! I am at 14 months now....hoping to get some positive news soon as well!


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