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Old 06-19-2017, 07:08 AM
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We got married in Jan 2015 after 8 months of living together, and since then we've accumulated more evidence, but the first 5 months of our cohabitation was very hard to prove. So yeah, if they want to be d*cks, they can say "here's the 820, but that's a yeah nah for the 801.".
Ugh. Well, I hope you get an 801 haha... but ffs, imaging getting the boot and your 28 days notice... I try explaining to HR to hire me and be like listen I don't think I'm going to get booted cos I've been in Straya for like 4 years now... but yeah, my BVB does say they could kick me out with 28 days notice haha. Ughhhhhh

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I'm so discouraged reading everyone's updates (but still happy for everyone). I've been a quiet follower for awhile now.

I applied for 820/801 March 2016...
I uploaded every single document they required shortly thereafter... around the beginning of June 2017 I got a generic e-mail about more required documents, but to ignore it if they were already uploaded. The only thing I had to do was to obtain my medical, which I have done now two weeks ago.

I haven't even been granted my 820 yet, or been assigned a CO, or anything and hearing that the processing time has been upped for these visas to the tune of 21 months is so discouraging!

jmp425.... please don't feel discourged. I feel for you as i have been into your situation as well very frustating process but keep your hopes high. You can get your AFP check online and the certificate will be posted to you.


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Old 06-19-2017, 11:57 PM
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jmp425.... please don't feel discourged. I feel for you as i have been into your situation as well very frustating process but keep your hopes high. You can get your AFP check online and the certificate will be posted to you.
Thanks for the reassurance! I've submitted my AFP check online now, too to the documents section on my immi account. Hopefully, fingers crossed it's sooner than later I hear.

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I come into this group to read the comments everyday, just to calm myself down when I see people who have the similar wait. My application is 15 months, and because it has been such a long wait so now I always say to myself "ok, keep it a couple more months then grant me the PR" haha. But I know they wouldn't give it to me, I and my partner been living together for 1,5yr. 3 months before I applied for the visa and 3 yrs in relationship till the day I applied and now it's 4yrs and 3 months. I know I wouldn't be granted the 801 but it's just what I really hope at this stage. Wish everybody luck.


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I come into this group to read the comments everyday, just to calm myself down when I see people who have the similar wait. My application is 15 months, and because it has been such a long wait so now I always say to myself "ok, keep it a couple more months then grant me the PR" haha. But I know they wouldn't give it to me, I and my partner been living together for 1,5yr. 3 months before I applied for the visa and 3 yrs in relationship till the day I applied and now it's 4yrs and 3 months. I know I wouldn't be granted the 801 but it's just what I really hope at this stage. Wish everybody luck.
I am hoping the same... I have read some that said you must be given the 820 first, but in the same day they received two emails... one granting the 820, then immediately after granting the 801. My partner and I have said the same thing... if just another couple months, then it would be looked at for PR, not just TR. Good luck.

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I am hoping the same... I have read some that said you must be given the 820 first, but in the same day they received two emails... one granting the 820, then immediately after granting the 801. My partner and I have said the same thing... if just another couple months, then it would be looked at for PR, not just TR. Good luck.
well yeah, it should be considered for the PR I hope. but for the new changes they said we have to hold TR for 3 yrs to be eligible for PR so I don't know if it would be affected.


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well yeah, it should be considered for the PR I hope. but for the new changes they said we have to hold TR for 3 yrs to be eligible for PR so I don't know if it would be affected.
Online in my immi account above my application it says that 'This application will be eligible for consideration for permanent residence 2 years from lodgement (commencement date).'

From my understanding the other visa changes don't change the Partner Visa application methods... and this is from the border.gov.au site "Processing time for subclass 801 Partner (permanent) visa is from date of eligibility (2 years after the 820/801 application is lodged) to finalisation." Which was updated as of last week.

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Online in my immi account above my application it says that 'This application will be eligible for consideration for permanent residence 2 years from lodgement (commencement date).'

From my understanding the other visa changes don't change the Partner Visa application methods... and this is from the border.gov.au site "Processing time for subclass 801 Partner (permanent) visa is from date of eligibility (2 years after the 820/801 application is lodged) to finalisation." Which was updated as of last week.
it's a great thing then.

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Those of you that think you should be granted 820 and 801 at the same time I suggest writing a cover letter that you wish to be considered for 801 and why you believe you qualify and attach it to your immi account.

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A couple of questions:
Are forms 40sp and 47sp required to be uploaded if already applied online?

If coming up to 2 years married and with a child 1 year old and already applied for onshore visa a year ago, would that at least qualify for TR(820)?
Wife already on BVB but it has limits and at least with 820 approved, we can come and go for holidays and visiting family and friends overseas without needing to seek approval and apply for BVB to leave again.


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