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Old 01-21-2017, 11:08 PM
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The email I received back in July was the automated one -- the only things I thought we were missing was the medicals/form 80 (as police check was already submitted, etc) so we submitted those promptly. It was in December that I got the email stating my sponsor needed to submit the missing statement, so we did that then....now it has been about 1.5 months since we submitted that statement...I don't want to bother immi, but I am thinking about emailing and asking how much longer, and perhaps just inquire about why it says approved by their name. I don't know...I don't want to hinder my application in anyway either lol, I am probably overthinking things. I will keep you posted if I hear anything!
hmm...well, now I'm not sure if I should upload the form 80 now or not. I'm from a low-risk country, and I read that one doesn't have to upload it unless specifically asked by immi. Since the email listed every document under the sun, I didn't take that as requesting the form 80 ha ha.

I don't think emailing will hurt, but I can understand why you'd be hesitant. I always overthink everything when it comes to immigration! Good luck anyway!


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Old 01-22-2017, 02:29 AM
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HI Guys

I am trying to gather more evidence to submit to the immigration at the moment on our genuine/ongoing criteria. I have already done everything that people normally submit of course and am tyring to think of MORE evidence! Please tell me of any unique piece of evidence you have provided before if any! Thank you for your help!

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Old 01-22-2017, 03:01 AM
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I am trying to gather more evidence to submit to the immigration at the moment on our genuine/ongoing criteria. I have already done everything that people normally submit of course and am tyring to think of MORE evidence! Please tell me of any unique piece of evidence you have provided before if any! Thank you for your help!
Don't know if it's unique or if it's suggested but, copies of doctors, hospital, dental records that show us as listed as each other's next of kin and defacto partners. Work records that show the same..

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Old 01-22-2017, 03:03 AM
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My 820 was approved today

I applied on 14th February 2016. In December I was asked to supply form 80 and AFP check which I submitted first week of January.
I wasn't assigned a case officer and didn't receive any other communication.


Congratulations Spiedze.
We hit the 13th month today and it is still a waiting game for us. Hopefully things will start coming up soon for all of us that's still waiting

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Old 01-22-2017, 03:42 AM
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Don't know if it's unique or if it's suggested but, copies of doctors, hospital, dental records that show us as listed as each other's next of kin and defacto partners. Work records that show the same..
Thanks so much for that!

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Old 01-22-2017, 06:32 AM
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hmm...well, now I'm not sure if I should upload the form 80 now or not. I'm from a low-risk country, and I read that one doesn't have to upload it unless specifically asked by immi.
I was granted my 300 and 820 and was never asked for a Form 80, thank goodness! That is one terrible form to fill out.

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Old 01-23-2017, 05:39 AM
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makes me happy seeing everyone get their grants and a little frustrated seeing other peoples wait times.
good luck to all those waiting

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Old 01-23-2017, 05:49 AM
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I don't see any reason to get police/medical checks done BEFORE applying or during the first month. Most applications are taking the full 12 months to process, and I haven't seen any processed in less than 9 months lately. I'd say it's best to wait 4 months, lest your application takes 15 months to process as is being estimated.

As you will probably be updating evidence over the course of the 12 month processing period, the whole "its better to get it over and done with" argument is nullified IMO. Usually, you can only schedule a medical exam no more than one week before your appointment. So, it's not like you'll be waiting a long time. Foreign federal police checks take the longest to process.
Hi rose i wasn't sure if this response was aimed towards me, thanks for the advice its good to get a lot of different opinions on matters, i didn't lodge online so if they do request any further information do i have to post it or can it be submitted online?

thanks again

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Old 01-23-2017, 08:41 AM
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I was granted my 300 and 820 and was never asked for a Form 80, thank goodness! That is one terrible form to fill out.
Thanks for the input! If the processing goes on for another week...maybe I'll submit one just in case

Also an update: not only does my partner's sponsorship application say
"approved", but we also can't upload any more evidence! Not sure if this is a good sign that was actually processed + approved (knock on wood).


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Old 01-24-2017, 02:02 AM
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after 482 long, long days of waiting I can finally happily announce my visa got granted yesterday! We are over the moooon!! Seriously hang in there everyone, the day will come and I wish you all the best!!

I don't want to promote anything, but just to help and assist you all, and to share my whole story and circumstances, you can check my blog post if you google Siri Downunder.

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