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Old 01-31-2020, 01:11 AM
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Some movement for us recently.

Applied - September 2018
Health check - October 2019
Request for police checks - Jan 2020

From the UK, if that makes any difference.
That gives me some hope that ours will start to move soon. Also from the UK.

Applied - 1 October 2018
Health Check - April 2019
Request to fill out sponsor application - November 2019 - (didn't do it earlier as we wanted to use it as an easy way to give an update on relationship from October 2018 onwards)

From what I have seen on this forum the 309 tends to be a faster grant time. They say that your country of origin has an impact on the processing time but I'm not sure as I am from a "low risk" country, I am from Ireland, I hold an irish and a UK passport. My application is pretty straight forward and we have submitted everything, medical and police checks etc. There has been very little progress and communication regarding my 820 visa application and it has been 26 months since I applied.


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From what I have seen on this forum the 309 tends to be a faster grant time. They say that your country of origin has an impact on the processing time but I'm not sure as I am from a "low risk" country, I am from Ireland, I hold an irish and a UK passport. My application is pretty straight forward and we have submitted everything, medical and police checks etc. There has been very little progress and communication regarding my 820 visa application and it has been 26 months since I applied.
No requests or anything?
I had been hoping, nay dreaming, of an early decision for the 820.


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Old 01-31-2020, 09:51 AM
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Yay!

My 820 was granted this week. So happy.

Application lodged onshore October 2018
Grant: January 2020
Previous visa: 2 years WHV

No further requests straight to grant Good luck everyone.


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From what I have seen on this forum the 309 tends to be a faster grant time. They say that your country of origin has an impact on the processing time but I'm not sure as I am from a "low risk" country, I am from Ireland, I hold an irish and a UK passport. My application is pretty straight forward and we have submitted everything, medical and police checks etc. There has been very little progress and communication regarding my 820 visa application and it has been 26 months since I applied.
No requests or anything?
I had been hoping, nay dreaming, of an early decision for the 820.
I had a request for my police check in April 2018. Then nothing until July 2019 when they requested medical and updated police checks. It's been almost 6 months and I've heard nothing since.


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Hey guys! After a very very long time coming I've finally applied for my 820 today. My partner is currently doing is online sponsor application and I am uploading our evidence and what not. I wanted to ask a question though: I've been sent an email confirming my application was received and all my attachments are going fine, but I wondered how long it would but until I would get a Bridging Visa grant email, or do you just get it automatically with no notice? I have a month left on my current visa so I'm in no big rush, but I want to be certain I'm at no risk of overstaying.


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hi all.. im new here. just planning to apply 820 and 801 visa for my spouse. i need help in collecting documents. pls help me with it. i have pr. married my wife on dec 1 2019. she is with me in australia on visitor visa from 19/12/2019. i know her from may 2019.


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Hey guys! After a very very long time coming I've finally applied for my 820 today. My partner is currently doing is online sponsor application and I am uploading our evidence and what not. I wanted to ask a question though: I've been sent an email confirming my application was received and all my attachments are going fine, but I wondered how long it would but until I would get a Bridging Visa grant email, or do you just get it automatically with no notice? I have a month left on my current visa so I'm in no big rush, but I want to be certain I'm at no risk of overstaying.
You should get the bridgin visa automatically and immediately after you pay. Check the correspondce tab in your immi account. They should also be sent to you via your email as well


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You should get the bridgin visa automatically and immediately after you pay. Check the correspondce tab in your immi account. They should also be sent to you via your email as well
It took a few days, but it came through, maybe just because it was the weekend, came in as soon as on Monday morning.


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should our first medical check up be for 820 or 801? the booking system of the health examination require me to input a visa subclass and i dont know if i should input 820 or 801 since im still on bridging? thanks!


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should our first medical check up be for 820 or 801? the booking system of the health examination require me to input a visa subclass and i dont know if i should input 820 or 801 since im still on bridging? thanks!
The medical is for the 820 visa. You don't do another one for the 801.


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