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Old 12-07-2016, 01:42 AM
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Daisy2016 I recently had the same problem and worries as you.I emailed tech support and the processing office, and called the dibp helpline and all of them said to email the documents through (even though it specifically says not too) Attention the email to your case officer. From my first email to them, to my husband's visa being granted only took two days!
Thanks for sharing your experience. Our processing office (korea) speficially noted that the evidence and docs should not be sent by email due to the reason of delaying the process significantly and that is definitely what we want. So I am not sure what else to do, I still havent had a response from the offiice or the tech support.


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Old 12-07-2016, 01:44 AM
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Have you tried to make the file smaller by using something like smallpdf.com?
Thanks for the advinse, much appreviated.
However we have like tons of documents awaiting to be submitted as "additional". I guess we kinda freaked out a bit when they wanted additional evidnecen (we knew this happens all the time but still) and we got really serious and worked so hard on it. As a result we have like total of 100 pages, if separated docs, like 50 docs to submit.


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Old 12-07-2016, 01:50 AM
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Hi guys

Another question from me please.
When they ask you for the evidence of the communication during separation (if any), how much content do you submit? We have been separated for 6 months now (thus applying offshore 309), and they want the communication history. We downloaded all the FB chat and other smart phone App chat history which ended up in like 100 pages in total, with 3 - 4 coloums with tiny letter size with tiny margen on word doc!


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This is what we sent with a cover letter explaining how we picked the random pages and offered to sent every page in full if they wanted.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0pffjprurw...g%20S.pdf?dl=0

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Old 12-07-2016, 02:12 AM
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Hi everyone
today is a year that i am waiting for 820 visa i applied 7th of December 2015
I hope i will get it soon


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today is a year that i am waiting for 820 visa i applied 7th of December 2015
I hope i will get it soon
Hey Vladica, may I ask where did you apply? And have you received the general email asking to provide more info?


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Old 12-07-2016, 03:16 AM
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This is what we sent with a cover letter explaining how we picked the random pages and offered to sent every page in full if they wanted.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0pffjprurw...g%20S.pdf?dl=0
Good idea...........
And did they end up asking for the whole?


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Old 12-07-2016, 03:21 AM
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No they accepted that. Also keeps your privacy.


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Hey Vladica, may I ask where did you apply? And have you received the general email asking to provide more info?
I done everything online I am based in Melbourne.. soon as I applied I got Bridging visa (next day) with no limit(working rights etc) except I can't leave Australia. I didn't receive any emails for an extra info
I fill out all that what it said recommended and of course I done medical, police check even I have working with children check LOL
i got, Medicare card, tax file number ......


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I done everything online I am based in Melbourne.. soon as I applied I got Bridging visa (next day) with no limit(working rights etc) except I can't leave Australia. I didn't receive any emails for an extra info
I fill out all that what it said recommended and of course I done medical, police check even I have working with children check LOL
i got, Medicare card, tax file number ......
I did all the checks as well! And now, I am thinking, should I do medical again or should I wait until they request it... I already applied for new police check, as that one has expired, same as the medical...


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