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JandE 05-09-2019 03:09 AM

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Originally Posted by gift (Post 1949817)
I have applied for visa 820 three months a go, and I was wondering whether I need to keep uploading more evidence to my application, or not. I also haven't received any notification regarding my visa, is that fine?

I feel it is best to keep adding things that show your relationship is current.
Every couple of months might be good.

JandE 05-09-2019 03:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Cebu (Post 1949821)
I applied for a one month visitor visa, I was granted for a year the reason I am able to apply onshore.
Why not try?... I was sponsored PMV before by my ex as well. And now Partner Visa by my husband.

Visitor visas from the Philippines seem easier to get. We got a 12 month one by asking to be allowed to live together in Australia while waiting for the PMV to be granted.

Other countries are not as easy going and would refuse due to Genuine Tourist requirement.

The one in question, above, is from Russia where they appear to be much stricter.

From the Russion Embassy
In reaching a finding on the intention to make a genuine visit, officers are also required to draw on local experience in reaching a considered view of the level of risk posed by the visitor applicant.
The decision-making officer must also have regard to public interest criterion 4011 of the Migration Regulations where it is applicable. This criterion is also known as the risk factor criterion. This criterion requires that persons who have certain characteristics in common with people identified as presenting a relatively high risk of overstay must satisfy the decision-maker that there is very little likelihood that they will overstay their visas.


Some people, even in the same country, will be treated differently to others.

aklh2712 05-13-2019 12:18 PM

Hi everyone.

I just had my pmv 300 granted. Just a question.

When my pmv 300 expires, and i still haven't got the 820 granted, does that mean that after the 9 months, do i have to go back to my country of origin and wait for 820 to be granted, then come back to aus?

JandE 05-13-2019 12:45 PM

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Originally Posted by aklh2712 (Post 1950449)
Hi everyone.

I just had my pmv 300 granted. Just a question.

When my pmv 300 expires, and i still haven't got the 820 granted, does that mean that after the 9 months, do i have to go back to my country of origin and wait for 820 to be granted, then come back to aus?

If you havent applied for the 820 before the 300 expires, then yes, you leave.

But after applying for the 820 you get a bridging visa that takes effect when the 300 expires.

That bridging visa allows you to stay until the 820 is finalised.

cookbarry 05-13-2019 01:14 PM

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Originally Posted by JandE (Post 1949825)
Visitor visas from the Philippines seem easier to get. We got a 12 month one by asking to be allowed to live together in Australia while waiting for the PMV to be granted.

Other countries are not as easy going and would refuse due to Genuine Tourist requirement.

The one in question, above, is from Russia where they appear to be much stricter.

From the Russion Embassy
In reaching a finding on the intention to make a genuine visit, officers are also required to draw on local experience in reaching a considered view of the level of risk posed by the visitor applicant.
The decision-making officer must also have regard to public interest criterion 4011 of the Migration Regulations where it is applicable. This criterion is also known as the risk factor criterion. This criterion requires that persons who have certain characteristics in common with people identified as presenting a relatively high risk of overstay must satisfy the decision-maker that there is very little likelihood that they will overstay their visas.


Some people, even in the same country, will be treated differently to others.

But why are russain embassy involved ? Or do you mean the Aussie embassy
in Russia ? I still fail to understand how anyone can apply for an ONSHORE partner or PMV as surely it is obvious the tourist visa was applied for to be able to apply for ONSHORE visa during currency fo the visitor visa . But some people succeed and it seems the authorities turn a blind eye to it if the " NFS" condition not attached to the visitor visa .

sebs 05-13-2019 03:04 PM

820 medical
 
Hi all,

Just wanted to know if anyone would have an idea on how long it takes to receive a decision on 820 grant after doing medicals? Appreciate all the inputs.

Many thanks
sebs

Applied / 801/820 onshore in October 2015
Case officer contact for 820: May 2019

JandE 05-13-2019 03:05 PM

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Originally Posted by cookbarry (Post 1950455)
But why are russain embassy involved ? Or do you mean the Aussie embassy
in Russia ? I still fail to understand how anyone can apply for an ONSHORE partner or PMV as surely it is obvious the tourist visa was applied for to be able to apply for ONSHORE visa during currency fo the visitor visa . But some people succeed and it seems the authorities turn a blind eye to it if the " NFS" condition not attached to the visitor visa .

Yes, I did mean the Australian Embassy in Russia. I was that bad I even spelt it wrong.

Not everyone who does an 820 visa from a visitor visa had that intention in the first place, so immigration do not assume they do, as you appear to think. If a person decides on that after they arrive, then there is no issue.

A visitor visa while waiting for the PMV to be granted, is puzzling, as that is definitely to be with a partner, rather than just tourist. I am glad they as allow it though, as it was handy for us.

Hope28 05-13-2019 03:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by aklh2712 (Post 1950449)
Hi everyone.

I just had my pmv 300 granted. Just a question.

When my pmv 300 expires, and i still haven't got the 820 granted, does that mean that after the 9 months, do i have to go back to my country of origin and wait for 820 to be granted, then come back to aus?

congrats!! What was your timeline? If you dont mind to share:) anything worth sharing please do so. I believe with the 300 granted you will have to marry your partner within 9’months and, apply for the 820. If you do not receive the 820, you have the bridging visa which let you stay till a decision for the 820 is made. I’ve been waiting for my 300 since 4 months, hoping for a smooth and speedy grant ☺️

JandE 05-13-2019 03:21 PM

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Originally Posted by sebs (Post 1950473)
Hi all,

Just wanted to know if anyone would have an idea on how long it takes to receive a decision on 820 grant after doing medicals? Appreciate all the inputs.

Many thanks
sebs

Applied / 801/820 onshore in October 2015
Case officer contact for 820: May 2019

It varies. It could be between 1 and 9 months after, or even longer for some.

It depends on various factors, including how soon you do the medical, and other factors that might effect the issue of the grant.

cookbarry 05-13-2019 03:21 PM

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Originally Posted by JandE (Post 1950475)
Yes, I did mean the Australian Embassy in Russia. I was that bad I even spelt it wrong.

Not everyone who does an 820 visa from a visitor visa had that intention in the first place, so immigration do not assume they do, as you appear to think. If a person decides on that after they arrive, then there is no issue.

A visitor visa while waiting for the PMV to be granted, is puzzling, as that is definitely to be with a partner, rather than just tourist. I am glad they as allow it though, as it was handy for us.

I take your point about the PMV but the whole thingb is a mystery to me . I would have thought the NFS condition (( 5401 I think) would have been attached to the visitor visa , especially for a Russian fiancee or spouse , but obviously not in your case . One would expect doing the PMV onshore would have more cance of success as a lady could be checking out OZ as a visitor and liked it and then doing the onshore visa after that , In case of a spouse , surely the foreign lady would wish to be with her husband and hence hardly a visitor ( smile )?. hard to figure but I think
I will do the offshore method and especially in view of new partner rules . They are always dreaming up ways to make life difficult for people !( smile )


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