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Old 12-20-2019, 08:00 AM
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You will have visa refusal if u apply partners visa 820/801 .You and your partner should be together atleast 12months. IF you apply before wedding they might consider your application as defacto they will disregard your application.u wont be able to refund the $ either .but if u apply this visa after marriage even you two are together for 9mons they might give consideration check this link

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...20#Eligibility


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Old 12-20-2019, 08:10 AM
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You will have visa refusal if u apply partners visa 820/801 .You and your partner should be together atleast 12months, they might consider your application as defacto they will disregard your application.u wont be able to refund the $ either .but if u apply this visa after marriage even you two are together for 9mons they might give consideration check this link

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...20#Eligibility

QUOTE=helmertodd;1975843]Hi I was wondering.... my partner and I are in the process of completing 820/801. I'm Australian, he's American. We've been together 9 months, we have all the evidence and have registered the partnership. We're getting married but my dad is recovering and all our attention has been on him. We don't have kids, we're both semi retired, I'm 50 he's 55. (not that immigration is bothered with this). The question I am having trouble with is the "compelling & compassionate" reason he should stay in the country. Is being in love enough??[/QUOTE]


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Old 12-21-2019, 10:41 AM
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You will have visa refusal if u apply partners visa 820/801 .You and your partner should be together atleast 12months, they might consider your application as defacto they will disregard your application.u wont be able to refund the $ either .but if u apply this visa after marriage even you two are together for 9mons they might give consideration check this link

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...20#Eligibility

QUOTE=helmertodd;1975843]Hi I was wondering.... my partner and I are in the process of completing 820/801. I'm Australian, he's American. We've been together 9 months, we have all the evidence and have registered the partnership. We're getting married but my dad is recovering and all our attention has been on him. We don't have kids, we're both semi retired, I'm 50 he's 55. (not that immigration is bothered with this). The question I am having trouble with is the "compelling & compassionate" reason he should stay in the country. Is being in love enough??
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From the immi site:

The 12-month requirement also will not apply if:
your partner holds or held a permanent humanitarian visa
your de facto relationship existed before we granted their visa
your de facto partner told us about the relationship before we granted their visa

It also will not apply if you:
are in a de facto relationship with a partner who is an applicant for a permanent humanitarian visa, or
you have registered your relationship with an Australian authority such as a registry of births, deaths and marriages

It appears that the 12 month requirement does not apply if the partnership is registered with an Australian authority such as a registry of births, deaths and marriages

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Old 12-28-2019, 01:21 PM
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Hi everybody
Just wanted to say thank you to everyone, I have got a lot of help from this forum and I got my good news just before the Christmas, on the 24th of dec. Got granted 820 and 801 at the same time, which I was not expecting at all!
I was not expecting to get my permanent residency so fast. I thought I need to apply for 801 but got it granted with my 820. We have been together from october 2016 but legally moved in together from may 2017, not even three years ago, no children. I am very happy but wondering in here how is this possible that I got 801 granted...

My timeline:
17.12.2017 - Applied for 820
15.09.2019 - Immigration asked for police and medical checks
14.11.2019 - Because my partner has a criminal record and a relavent offence, immigration informed me about my partners conviction and I had an option to cancel or withdrawn my visa in 28 days. Obviously I proceeded with the visa.
24.12.2019 - 820 and 801 granted

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Old 12-29-2019, 08:27 AM
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Not true what so ever
Sorry but what is exactly true ?

Because i heard again that we must get baby to grant the permenant visa in 2 years or wait till 5 years together if we can not get baby


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Old 12-29-2019, 08:37 AM
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Thought i would share my timeline! Huge story but heres just the basic timeline for me!

Applied 820/801 together 8th june 2018

Heard from immigration/case officer 18th nov 2019 to do my police checks and medical

Checks and medical sent through 4th dec 2019

Both visas granted 17 dec 2019!

Couldnt be happier! Very long complicated road but finally got there!
Have wrote about my story on another post

Wishing everyone a fast grant on their visa!
Congratulations and a great christmas with the visa grant
Just i want to ask a question .. did you get a baby to grant the visa in less than 2 years
Because i read that i have to wait 5 years to grant the permenant visa if my partner and me could not get a baby
Is it correct ?


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Old 12-29-2019, 09:29 AM
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Not true what so ever
Sorry but what is exactly true ?

Because i heard again that we must get baby to grant the permenant visa in 2 years or wait till 5 years together if we can not get baby
Jande covered this a lot more comprehensively.
In short what you heard is wrong


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Old 12-30-2019, 12:34 PM
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Hello everyone.
Just a small timeline for my visa process :

We applied for my Partner Visa the 27/07/2018.

Two BVB between (1 for 3 months granted in one week and the other one for one year granted the same day that it has been received by the visa processing center).
Just received this week an email asking for my medical test and police certificates from Australia Police and French Police as well the 27/11/2019.
It looks like a CO has been attached to my case so I think it's a good progress.

So exactly 16 months in between.
My 820 visa has been granted today.
I had an email today confirming this good news.

So exactly 17 months for me.
Next step will be the 801 lodgement in July.
Happy new year in advance !


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Hello everyone.
Just a small timeline for my visa process :

We applied for my Partner Visa the 27/07/2018.

Two BVB between (1 for 3 months granted in one week and the other one for one year granted the same day that it has been received by the visa processing center).
Just received this week an email asking for my medical test and police certificates from Australia Police and French Police as well the 27/11/2019.
It looks like a CO has been attached to my case so I think it's a good progress.

So exactly 16 months in between.
My 820 visa has been granted today. <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
I had an email today confirming this good news.

So exactly 17 months for me.
Next step will be the 801 lodgement in July.
Happy new year in advance !
Congrats. You must be over the moon &#x1f642;

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Old 01-02-2020, 07:22 AM
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I've noticed a few people haven't done the sponsor application immediately after the applicants application.

I am wondering if anything has changed since we did ours. It seemed to be a specific requirement back then.
Speaking for myself - I did our application a few weeks ago and from the info given about the process on the Immi website it wasn't obvious that the sponsor application was a separate thing, let alone that we might want to do one straight away. However ... it did say in the list of recommended uploads to include a Form 40SP. I couldn't find anything on the immi website to tell me what Form 40SP was, but when working on the sponsorship application web form I noticed that at the bottom of the data dump shown on the web form just before submission there is this:

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Contact us
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Back to top (press the ESCAPE key to hide this)
In this list everything was a link except the line "(40SP (Internet) 23/11/2013)" so I guess the 40SP and the sponsorship application may be the same thing.

If 40SP is something else it would be good to know where to find it!


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