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Old 04-07-2018, 01:45 PM
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Hey guys, like some of you I am waiting for my 820/801... feeling a bit dishearten after hearing about so many quick turn-arounds ... wonder when my turn will come...

Nationality: British/Portuguese

820/801 Visa application: Aug 2017 (Vic)
Request for further info (Sponsor’s police check): Nov 2017
Info Supplied: Dec 2017 and March 2018 (FBI)
No further contact since...

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Old 04-07-2018, 09:55 PM
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Hey guys, like some of you I am waiting for my 820/801... feeling a bit dishearten after hearing about so many quick turn-arounds ... wonder when my turn will come...

Nationality: British/Portuguese

820/801 Visa application: Aug 2017 (Vic)
Request for further info (Sponsor’s police check): Nov 2017
Info Supplied: Dec 2017 and March 2018 (FBI)
No further contact since...
Don't be disheartened! You're well within the normal waiting range. Remember, just up until a few months ago the average wait times based on this forum was around 13-15 months!

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Old 04-08-2018, 06:00 AM
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Don't be disheartened! You're well within the normal waiting range. Remember, just up until a few months ago the average wait times based on this forum was around 13-15 months!
I applied in June 2017 as a British Citizen, with everything ready to go and still waiting..I think it's just a game of luck in many cases..doesn't make it any easier to wait though!

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Old 04-08-2018, 11:47 AM
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Smile Cheer up and my 23+ mths' wait hasn't destroyed me.

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Hey guys, like some of you I am waiting for my 820/801... feeling a bit dishearten after hearing about so many quick turn-arounds ... wonder when my turn will come...

Nationality: British/Portuguese

820/801 Visa application: Aug 2017 (Vic)
Request for further info (Sponsor’s police check): Nov 2017
Info Supplied: Dec 2017 and March 2018 (FBI)
No further contact since...
Cheer up and stay positive. Days are hard to go by if thinking about this all the time. I have applied for 820 onshore 23.4 months ago. Regardless the request for further info in Dec last year, I have had no news since then. As crazy as it is, still have to go with it, and work, and eat and play hard.

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Old 04-08-2018, 02:00 PM
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Thank you all for the kind words! Stella, sorry to hear about your long wait, hope you get good news soon! You said that you work - did you find it “easy” to find a job on a bridging visa? That is my main concern...

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Old 04-08-2018, 11:48 PM
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Hi Desai, it's a generic email and they will respond with an auto reply. You will just have to wait for them to contact you.
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Old 04-08-2018, 11:57 PM
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Hello guys, I just received my 820 grant notification a few minutes ago. I am totally over the moon as I can finally stop being paranoid and checking my status every day. This forum has been incredibly useful for me, so I would like to say thank you to all the people here! As I found looking at other people's timeline helpful and makes me feel slightly better, I would love to share my timeline as well.

Citizenship: Taiwan
Lodged electronically in Victoria

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820 Application submitted: 13 May 2017
Further Info Requested from Manila: 12 January 2018 (My health check & my Partner's police check)
All documents submitted: 30 January 2018
820 Approved: 6 April 2018
hi,

thank you for your email, basically i have receive email form person from immigration from Fiji, and ask me for more documents, and said you can contact me on below contact details.
it has the email address which i mention but not any specific email address from case officer.





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Old 04-09-2018, 12:49 AM
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Thank you all for the kind words! Stella, sorry to hear about your long wait, hope you get good news soon! You said that you work - did you find it “easy” to find a job on a bridging visa? That is my main concern...
Hi Saozita,

There wasn't too much drama for me to find my current job to be honest. When I changed job last year a lot of ads on Seek website only asked for work right. Of course it will be another different story when it comes to jobs within banking industry, gov sectors, etc. Indeed when I started my current job last year my current employer only asked for tax number and some information such as address, bank account for salary, etc. I am Melbourne-based and so is my visa application.

The only thing I found tricky to be on bridging visa was home loan and I have gone through quite a bit of drama regarding that. Luckily I still got home loan done with CBA which was the only bank would consider and offered me home loan jointly with my partner.


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Old 04-09-2018, 12:53 AM
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I was just wondering if anyone else is having their visa being processed in the London office? We submitted onshore in Sydney June 2017 and requested for our police checks February 2018. I have seen lots of posts regarding quick turn arounds from Malaysia and Fiji but nothing from London. I am a uk citizen and my partner Australian born and bread and we have a child together. Anyone else with a London case officer? I need some hope!

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Old 04-09-2018, 06:34 AM
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Question regarding 801/820 Application

Hi Everyone ,

I have recently submitted application for the Partner visa onshore. I just wanted to clarify a question.

While filling out the online application i have filled the Statuary declaration, nature of relationship and responsibilities. After submitting the application i can see that they are asking same details as an attachment.

Does this mean i have to submit them again or what ever i have filled in the online application will be enough? Your feedback would be much appreciated.

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