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Old 11-29-2016, 01:59 PM
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I've read somewhere that sometimes partner visa applicants have received their PR visa(801) immediately if the married/DeFacto couple have a child.

So if one has recently applied for partner visa onshore and is on the 820 with a bridging visa then has a childbirth, will the 820/801 be quickly approved or is it still the waiting period the same as everyone?


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Hello.
We had discussion with my fiance. And now im confused. We signed NOIM in July and the ceremony had to be in August. For the personal reasons we had changed the date.( May 2017) Now we're applying for Sc300 and the question on 40sp is: 'date of intended marriage ' SHOULD we write PREVIOUS date or FUTURE date?

It may sounds silly ...coz I think we should provide FUTURE date BUT because of him I want double check.

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I've read somewhere that sometimes partner visa applicants have received their PR visa(801) immediately if the married/DeFacto couple have a child.

So if one has recently applied for partner visa onshore and is on the 820 with a bridging visa then has a childbirth, will the 820/801 be quickly approved or is it still the waiting period the same as everyone?
I believe this is only taken into consideration if the child was born before the original application was lodged. A child born AFTER you lodge the 820 application will not result in you going directly onto the 801.

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I've read somewhere that sometimes partner visa applicants have received their PR visa(801) immediately if the married/DeFacto couple have a child.

So if one has recently applied for partner visa onshore and is on the 820 with a bridging visa then has a childbirth, will the 820/801 be quickly approved or is it still the waiting period the same as everyone?
They can't be on a 820 and a bridging visa at the same time I am thinking you mean applied for a 820/801.

Child or not it still takes the same amount of time.

To go straight to 801 you need to be married or de facto 2 years with a child at time of application. Having the baby after lodging does not help.


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Hello.
We had discussion with my fiance. And now im confused. We signed NOIM in July and the ceremony had to be in August. For the personal reasons we had changed the date.( May 2017) Now we're applying for Sc300 and the question on 40sp is: 'date of intended marriage ' SHOULD we write PREVIOUS date or FUTURE date?

It may sounds silly ...coz I think we should provide FUTURE date BUT because of him I want double check.

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NOIM's have the future date on them.


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They can't be on a 820 and a bridging visa at the same time I am thinking you mean applied for a 820/801.


Child or not it still takes the same amount of time.

To go straight to 801 you need to be married or de facto 2 years with a child at time of application. Having the baby after lodging does not help.
Yes that's what I mean't

I don't understand why having a child before application would be quicker for approval than having one after application.Can anyone comment on this? Or is it something to do with the 2 year thing? Being married or Defacto 2 years with a child, or after application for Partner visa, a child is born and still 2 years to wait for 801?


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Yes that's what I mean't

I don't understand why having a child before application would be quicker for approval than having one after application.Can anyone comment on this? Or is it something to do with the 2 year thing? Being married or Defacto 2 years with a child, or after application for Partner visa, a child is born and still 2 years to wait for 801?
Having a child before or after does not make the application approved faster. I have seen people with a child wait over 12 months.

It is all the luck of the draw with processing times.

There have even been people with no children processed faster than people with children.

There was actually a 100 visa approved recently that was approved really fast and we haven't see one approved that fast in a very long time. They have no kids. However aomeone with a child has been waiting almost 6 months so far.

When they have been married or de facto for 2 years (but not 3 years yet), a child born after the 309/820 application the applicant still needs to wait for the 2 year eligibility to apply for the 100/801.


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Hi All,

I have received the following email yesterday evening from DIBP:
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Please see the attached information.
I am in the process of finalising your Partner (Temporary) (subclass 820) visa, and require one last document as per the attached Checklist.
You can scan the document and email it to me in reply to this email.
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I have provided the document then and there via email as I reached maximum documents to upload. And my sponsor's application shows as approved. What does this mean? Are they going to finalize the application soon?

Thanks and I am bit relax that I have received some response.

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Hi All,

I have received the following email yesterday evening from DIBP:
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Please see the attached information.
I am in the process of finalising your Partner (Temporary) (subclass 820) visa, and require one last document as per the attached Checklist.
You can scan the document and email it to me in reply to this email.
===================
I have provided the document then and there via email as I reached maximum documents to upload. And my sponsor's application shows as approved. What does this mean? Are they going to finalize the application soon?

Thanks and I am bit relax that I have received some response.
OMG Gubla, looks like you will get your grant really soon!!! So exciting!
When did you apply?


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I hope so...I applied Online in last week of Jan 2016 in Melbourne Victoria. Now my application status is 'Assessment in Progress'.


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