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Old 06-13-2014, 03:44 AM
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Believe me, Nicole, we all understand! Welcome to the forum and the 820 waiting club. Hope your membership in the club is shorter than expected.

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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
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Old 06-14-2014, 09:03 AM
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Because the witness must be residents or citizen so thats why we dont have that many. As a sponsor i was not born in australia, i was born in vn and just came here for 3 yrs

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Because the witness must be residents or citizen so thats why we dont have that many. As a sponsor i was not born in australia, i was born in vn and just came here for 3 yrs
They don't have to be residents or citizens. You must have 2 that are residents or citizens for the 888, but after that you can have either residents or non-residents. If you don't have residents to do statements then it is better to give statements from non-residents. Anything is better than nothing.

Don't you have any co-workers that are residents that can write a statement?

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Old 06-14-2014, 10:33 PM
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Im sr but i was talking about the 888 form.
My bad for not mentioning that clearly
Is this form reay important cuz one of my witness answered the questions from my agent kinda not really matching.
Im really scared now

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Old 06-15-2014, 01:45 AM
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Im sr but i was talking about the 888 form.
My bad for not mentioning that clearly
Is this form reay important cuz one of my witness answered the questions from my agent kinda not really matching.
Im really scared now
You need 2 form 888 after that they can either be form 888 or just statements. Anything to strengthen your relationship. They say oz ones are better but if no oz then get statements from overseas people. Every statement will strengthen your relationship no matter if from aussie or not.

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Are those who got their 820 early or quickly from high or low risk countries?
16+ month wait for us, I'm from a low risk country.

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Request for More Information: 19 May 2014
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This might be a silly question, and I am sure my hopes will be crushed. But I have to ask.

We got a mail from the CO, with a referral letter with the HAP id for health checks. The letter begins with the following :
This list identifies all of the applicants who have made a combined visa application, who are required to undergo health examinations, to ensure hey meet the health requirement for an Australian 801 - PARTNER visa.

Does this mean we are being considered for 801? Or is it just a template?

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16+ month wait for us, I'm from a low risk country.
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This might be a silly question, and I am sure my hopes will be crushed. But I have to ask.

We got a mail from the CO, with a referral letter with the HAP id for health checks. The letter begins with the following :
This list identifies all of the applicants who have made a combined visa application, who are required to undergo health examinations, to ensure hey meet the health requirement for an Australian 801 - PARTNER visa.

Does this mean we are being considered for 801? Or is it just a template?
It always says that, I'm afraid. Your application for an 820 is also an application for the 801. Two years down the road the "reassess" you for the 801 (make sure you're still together) - it's not considered a new application, and you won't pay anything for the 801.

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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
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Thanks CollegeGirl . I guess I was being tooooo greedy

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It always says that, I'm afraid. Your application for an 820 is also an application for the 801. Two years down the road the "reassess" you for the 801 (make sure you're still together) - it's not considered a new application, and you won't pay anything for the 801.

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