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Old 07-12-2017, 07:58 AM
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Didn't you receive the generic email from QLD as well? If so what day did you get that?
Generic email came from qld email address on 2 Jun 2017.

However, after looking at my visa grant it was processed by a CO in WA processing centre.

So, nearly a month after the generic email I received my grant... but a month from when I finished uploading my medical/pc.

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Awesome! I received mine on June 13th, only thing I needed to upload was form 80, did that on the 13th as well. Hoping to see something soon


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Generic email came from qld email address on 2 Jun 2017.

However, after looking at my visa grant it was processed by a CO in WA processing centre.

So, nearly a month after the generic email I received my grant... but a month from when I finished uploading my medical/pc.

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820 Visa Grant: 10 Mar 2018
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Old 07-15-2017, 04:09 AM
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820 Visa Granted!!!!

Hello Everyone. I have been a silent reader of this forum. Posting first time to cheer up other mates who still are waiting on their grants. I received my grant yesterday exactly after 16 months. Although, I belong to a high risk country but it doesn't really matter if your relationship is genuine I guess.

Happy days. We are over the moon now.Yayyyyyyy!!!!!

Good luck to everyone else who are still waiting. I hope your grant isn't too far away.

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Congrats!!!
Were you requested for more documents by a CO before the grant??

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820 Visa Granted!!!!

Hello Everyone. I have been a silent reader of this forum. Posting first time to cheer up other mates who still are waiting on their grants. I received my grant yesterday exactly after 16 months. Although, I belong to a high risk country but it doesn't really matter if your relationship is true I guess.

Happy days. We are over the moon now.Yayyyyyyy!!!!!

Good luck to everyone else who are still waiting. I hope your grant isn't too far away.

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Were you requested for more documents by a CO before the grant??
Hi Alice, Yes I was asked about 3 times for more information.

First one was about my National Police Clearance which I forgot to upload.
Second one was the statuary declaration from my partner and
Third one was birth certificate of my kids.

Once I submitted the birth certificates, I got my grant the very next day.

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Congratulations to all who've gotten grants! Those still waiting, keep the faith...they are getting those grants out there.

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Not really. You won't go straight to an 801 unless you were together longer than 3 years, or 2 years if you have a child together at time of application for the 820. You can apply for your 801 2 years from when you submitted your 820 application IF your 820 application is approved by then. The issue I see is if they take so long to approve the 820 application, you only have X amount of time from the date of grant of the 820 visa to gather evidence for your 801.
Hi, from what I read in the email sent from Immi after requesting extra documents from my partner, It states 3 years together or 2 years with a child but it does not say "at the time of application".
So if we were together a couple of years at the time of application but not with a child, but now have a child and it is approaching 2 years married, I assume that we are still eligible for the 820 very soon.This is not including actually being in a long distance dfacto relationship about 18 months before being married.


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Not really. You won't go straight to an 801 unless you were together longer than 3 years, or 2 years if you have a child together at time of application for the 820. You can apply for your 801 2 years from when you submitted your 820 application IF your 820 application is approved by then. The issue I see is if they take so long to approve the 820 application, you only have X amount of time from the date of grant of the 820 visa to gather evidence for your 801.
I think that DIBP will require just about all documents before granting the 820 wouldnt they?
You dont actually apply for the 801 2 years after the 820, you are actually applying for the PR 801 at the beginning and the 820 Temporary visa is granted first after so many months. 2 years after first applying for the Pr 820/801, then the applicant is eligible for the PR801, what is required is proof tha the relationship is still genuine and continuing. Most of the important necessary documents such as police checks, medicals, joint utilities and personal particulars and so on are required before granting the 820.

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Hi, from what I read in the email sent from Immi after requesting extra documents from my partner, It states 3 years together or 2 years with a child but it does not say "at the time of application".
So if we were together a couple of years at the time of application but not with a child, but now have a child and it is approaching 2 years married, I assume that we are still eligible for the 820 very soon.This is not including actually being in a long distance dfacto relationship about 18 months before being married.
It's stated on the website for the application:

"We consider you have been in a long term relationship, at the time you lodged your application, if you had been with your partner for either:

three years or more
two years or more and you and your partner have a dependent child of your relationship.
You will need to provide documents that show you have been in your relationship for this length of time and if applicable, that you have a dependent child."

With wait times as long as they are, just about everyone would go straight to PR if they counted time after applying for this. And if everyone went straight to PR, there would be no point in a waiting period between applying 820 and 801.

You have to prove you'd met the long term relationship requirements at the time you apply for the 820 to get the 801 at the same time.


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It's stated on the website for the application:

"We consider you have been in a long term relationship, at the time you lodged your application, if you had been with your partner for either:

three years or more
two years or more and you and your partner have a dependent child of your relationship.
You will need to provide documents that show you have been in your relationship for this length of time and if applicable, that you have a dependent child."

With wait times as long as they are, just about everyone would go straight to PR if they counted time after applying for this. And if everyone went straight to PR, there would be no point in a waiting period between applying 820 and 801.

You have to prove you'd met the long term relationship requirements at the time you apply for the 820 to get the 801 at the same time.
From Immi website:
Partner visa (subclasses 820 and 801)

Allows the spouse or de facto partner of an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen to live in Australia.
Eligibility:
You must be married or in a de facto relationship with:

an Australian citizen
an Australian permanent resident
an eligible New Zealand citizen.
Your marriage must be valid under Australian law. This means you must have parental permission if you are 16 or 17 years of age.
You must have been in a de facto relationship for at least 12 months.
Length of stay:
On the temporary 820 visa, you can stay until a decision is made on your permanent Partner visa (subclass 801).
On the permanent 801 visa, you can stay permanently.
What you can do:
On the temporary 820 visa, you can work and study.
On the permanent 801 visa, you can work, study and apply for Australian citizenship (if eligible).


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