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Old 03-06-2017, 08:44 PM
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I did my cousin and a friend. I never thought to put my partner as I thought they would see that as obvious!
I could put one of my in-laws. I have a few friends and colleagues but I don't know any of their addresses and I'd like to do this sooner rather than later so would an in-law do?


I've decided to list all the addresses I've ever lived at (about 11 over 4 different countries). Not all of these are on my police checks because some of them I was at for less than 12 months and whilst at most of them, all my "official" post still went to my parents' house.

Is this likely to cause an issue?


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Also, it's been so long since I applied that my passport expires this July. That won't be an issue will it?


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I could put one of my in-laws. I have a few friends and colleagues but I don't know any of their addresses and I'd like to do this sooner rather than later so would an in-law do?


I've decided to list all the addresses I've ever lived at (about 11 over 4 different countries). Not all of these are on my police checks because some of them I was at for less than 12 months and whilst at most of them, all my "official" post still went to my parents' house.

Is this likely to cause an issue?
I hope this won't be an issue... I've lived over a number of addresses in the Netherlands too but spent most of my life/time at my parents house, which was also my last official address before I moved to Australia... so I just gave them that address for the police check. I gave some of the other addresses in my form 80 but of some I don't even know the full address anymore, let alone the exact dates I lived there (I moved around a bit when I was a student....)

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Medical check: 27/05/2016
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I hope this won't be an issue... I've lived over a number of addresses in the Netherlands too but spent most of my life/time at my parents house, which was also my last official address before I moved to Australia... so I just gave them that address for the police check. I gave some of the other addresses in my form 80 but of some I don't even know the full address anymore, let alone the exact dates I lived there (I moved around a bit when I was a student....)
Glad I'm not the only one!

Some of them I knew the street name but had to search old Facebook messages to try and find the building and flat numbers.

My halls of residence from my first year of uni aren't even there anymore! They were blown up (on purpose) after we moved out.


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Glad I'm not the only one!

Some of them I knew the street name but had to search old Facebook messages to try and find the building and flat numbers.
I used google maps to locate the street and building,but had a good guess of room number

Not a problem but If you can renew your passport easily, I reckon you do it now and upload the new one and form 929 for change of passport details. I am looking for a couple of weeks or a month or so? for the grant of your visa if they are just waiting for Form80. Or maybe within 24 hrs after you attached it.

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Unfortunately I think getting a new passport will take a little longer than that. Think I'll just upload form 80 when it's done and get a new passport later if it won't cause problems.

Need to apply soon anyway as I'm going to New Zealand in July.


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If you get your visa grant in your current passport and apply new one later, I think you have to notify immi for them to re-attach (not sure of the term) the visa grant in your new passport. Somebody can correct me if this is incorrect. If this is correct and you are aware of it, coolioo!!

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If you get your visa grant in your current passport and apply new one later, I think you have to notify immi for them to re-attach (not sure of the term) the visa grant in your new passport. Somebody can correct me if this is incorrect. If this is correct and you are aware of it, coolioo!!
Yea, if you changed address, ID or passport just fill the form 999 then send to the immi to update your new info.

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Some great news this morning....we opened our email to a grant notification for my partners 820 visa.
I am in complete shock as we expected to be waiting much longer than we had to.
A massive thank you to everybody on this forum, we did the visa ourselves based entirely on our own research and with the help of Australia Forum users.
Now to wait for for the 801

Here is a timeline of our process for anyone who is interested:
Visa: Subclass 820 (From WHV)
Nationality: British
Applied: Paper, Onshore through Perth Office
Application Date: 21 April 2016
Police checks: Included in application at the time of submission
Medicals: Requested on February 21st 2017 and completed on Wednesday 1st March
VISA GRANTED: 7th March 2017 (10 months from application submission)

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Old 03-07-2017, 12:55 AM
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Yay! Perth office. Less than 12 months.
Congratulations irishzil Happy Days for both of you.

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