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pressi 04-11-2019 06:51 AM

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Originally Posted by carme (Post 1938947)
Hi I have a similar time line.

I applied in March 2018 and my partner (sponsor) was asked for police checks in July 2018. I haven't heard anything else from them since

I applied on 18th March 2018, Case officer called my husband and requested for Australia Police Clearance on Oct 2018, same no news. ever since.

Nr_farhat 04-23-2019 04:12 PM

Hey everyone, just submitted my 820 coming from a prospective marriage and i’m a hit confused now.
I know i should start uploading the documents. Do i have to upload everything all over? Even if i already uploaded them in my prospective marriage visa, or should i only upload new evidence? Another question, should my husband( sponsor) fill another application now?

Skybluebrewer 04-23-2019 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Nr_farhat (Post 1947237)
Hey everyone, just submitted my 820 coming from a prospective marriage and iím a hit confused now.
I know i should start uploading the documents. Do i have to upload everything all over? Even if i already uploaded them in my prospective marriage visa, or should i only upload new evidence? Another question, should my husband( sponsor) fill another application now?

We uploaded all the same identity documents and police checks that we used for the 300.

You'll need to upload evidence of your relationship since the grant of the 300, your marriage certificate, and new form 888s.

Yes, the sponsor does the online sponsorship form again. Tip: Have your 300 forms available and just copy the information over, updating whatever needs updating.

shepherd 04-26-2019 02:10 AM

Hey Guys,

I can see that heaps of you have already moved their partner to Australia and waiting for the visa. so I was wondering if there is a way to bring my partner on a different type of visa such as visitor visa and then apply for the partner visa onshore so my partner can have a bridging visa until the main partner visa is issued. Any help and ideas?

Thanks guys

Skybluebrewer 04-26-2019 02:21 AM

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Originally Posted by shepherd (Post 1947567)
Hey Guys,

I can see that heaps of you have already moved their partner to Australia and waiting for the visa. so I was wondering if there is a way to bring my partner on a different type of visa such as visitor visa and then apply for the partner visa onshore so my partner can have a bridging visa until the main partner visa is issued. Any help and ideas?

Thanks guys

The only way to get a bridging visa with a partner visa application is to apply for the onshore 820/801 partner visa. If your partner applied offshore, then there is no bridging visa, even if they come over on another visa.

Has your partner already applied? If so, which subclass? If not, then you want to look at the 820/801. What country passport will your partner be applying for a visa on?

shepherd 04-26-2019 07:34 AM

Thanks @Skybluebrewer, she haven't applied yet, I just checked the 820/801 visa but I am not sure if she can come on a visitor visa (or any other type) and then apply for the 820/801 visa, can she do that?

If yes, are there any requirements needed to be organized before applying for this visa?

Skybluebrewer 04-26-2019 08:31 AM

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Originally Posted by shepherd (Post 1947609)
Thanks @Skybluebrewer, she haven't applied yet, I just checked the 820/801 visa but I am not sure if she can come on a visitor visa (or any other type) and then apply for the 820/801 visa, can she do that?

If yes, are there any requirements needed to be organized before applying for this visa?

She can apply from any substantive visa that does not have the no further stay condition. So she can try to get a visitor visa but depending on her travel history and even what country she comes from, the condition may or may not be attached. It would be easier if she came from a country that offered an ETA for example, as that doesn't have the NFS condition. The majority of people I read about on this forum typically apply for the 820/801 from a visitor/tourist visa, working holiday, work and holiday, or student visa. Depending on her skills, there are other non-partner visa options that can be cheaper and faster to PR.

WrenL 04-28-2019 02:44 AM

Hi everyone, I'm a long time lurker but first time poster.
I applied for my 820 in March 2018 and sent everything with it; police checks and medical. However, it has now been over 12 months of waiting and those things will have 'expired' according to the rules. Has anyone else experienced this? Did you go ahead and just redo everything you could or did you wait?
I also have another question. When I applied originally, I didn't do an Australian police check as I hadn't been living her for long enough, but now I have. Should I get one done?

Thank you for any help you can give, this forum is very comforting!!

LadyRogueRayne 04-28-2019 03:16 AM

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Originally Posted by WrenL (Post 1947805)
Hi everyone, I'm a long time lurker but first time poster.
I applied for my 820 in March 2018 and sent everything with it; police checks and medical. However, it has now been over 12 months of waiting and those things will have 'expired' according to the rules. Has anyone else experienced this? Did you go ahead and just redo everything you could or did you wait?
I also have another question. When I applied originally, I didn't do an Australian police check as I hadn't been living her for long enough, but now I have. Should I get one done?

Thank you for any help you can give, this forum is very comforting!!

I would do the AFP check for sure, because they will ask for it. As for everything else, hold off. Sometimes they ask you to redo things, but most of the time they don't.

WrenL 04-28-2019 05:02 AM

Great, thank you. AFP check applied for now! Gosh I can't wait for all this to be finished!


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