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Old 02-05-2021, 12:25 AM
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Hi all,

It's been a very frustrating waiting period and want to ask if anyone in the same situation.

-Applied for an 820/801 partner visa to join my spouse on 15 July 2018 with all documents required including police check and health check

-application status - submitted 15 July 2019 ...
-application status - submitted 15 July 2020 ...
-application status - submitted 04 Feb 2021 ...

I have seen a few people lodged july 2018 back then but I lost tracks of them, just wondering how did you guys go?
In my case, I am an applicant my initial status was Received, and when they picked up my application status was changed to Initial assessment, Further assessment and Finalised. However, for my sponsor application status it was Submitted since the time we lodged his application until my 820 granted and it's still showing Submitted. We use same Immi account.

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Hi everyone,

Any recommendations with regards to how to organize supporting documents?
I'd like to organize all my supporting documents in folders with descriptive folder titles and file names and I was wondering if we can submit archive files in .RAR?

Has anyone ever submitted supporting documents in .rar files?


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Hello all! My 820 granted today!
Applicant from Philippines ����
Sponsor Australian ����

Hubby and I met on Jan 2016
Moved in together on Oct 2017
Got engaged on Jan 2019
Registered relationship Mar 2019
Application lodged on 12 April 2019
Got married on Jan 2020
RFI on 16 Dec 2020
RFI submitted on 15 Jan 2021
Email sent to follow up on 05 Feb 2021
820 Granted today!! 08 Feb 2021!!

No agent. Self applied.

Finally after such a long wait. Been such a crazy few weeks since I submitted the RFI, I have been reading all the grants here ( and FB) and I’m like where is my grant!?? But now I have got it just had to be a little bit more patient ����

Wanna thank this forum for all the help. I’ve read so many helpful comments that really really helped me! Hope everyone will get theirs soon too!

Now to prepare my documents for 801 to submit this March.

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Hello all! My 820 granted today!
Applicant from Philippines ����
Sponsor Australian ����

Hubby and I met on Jan 2016
Moved in together on Oct 2017
Got engaged on Jan 2019
Registered relationship Mar 2019
Application lodged on 12 April 2019
Got married on Jan 2020
RFI on 16 Dec 2020
RFI submitted on 15 Jan 2021
Email sent to follow up on 05 Feb 2021
820 Granted today!! 08 Feb 2021!!

No agent. Self applied.

Finally after such a long wait. Been such a crazy few weeks since I submitted the RFI, I have been reading all the grants here ( and FB) and I’m like where is my grant!?? But now I have got it just had to be a little bit more patient ����

Wanna thank this forum for all the help. I’ve read so many helpful comments that really really helped me! Hope everyone will get theirs soon too!

Now to prepare my documents for 801 to submit this March.
congratulations! any children..?


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congratulations! any children..?
No children yet but one in the oven! Due soon in April =)

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No children yet but one in the oven! Due soon in April =)
Great Great !!! Congrats and stay blessed..

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Hi everyone,

Any recommendations with regards to how to organize supporting documents?
I'd like to organize all my supporting documents in folders with descriptive folder titles and file names and I was wondering if we can submit archive files in .RAR?

Has anyone ever submitted supporting documents in .rar files?
I found it easiest to login to your immi account, click "attach documents" and then you can easily see how the structure is laid out to organize your docs - I then created file folders on my computer with each section as the title and placed my final docs in those, made it sooo much easier to upload. Almost all of my docs I converted to PDF to make it simple.

Group docs together (i.e. all plane tickets in one file), but make sure each of your final docs are not over 5 MB - very frustrating to have to re-scan some items because you had the settings too high and the file size came out too big

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You can upload files with the following extensions: bmp, dcm, doc, docx, dot, gif, jpg, pdf, png, ppt, pptx, rtf, txt, xls, xlsx.

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Great thank you for that.

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I found it easiest to login to your immi account, click "attach documents" and then you can easily see how the structure is laid out to organize your docs - I then created file folders on my computer with each section as the title and placed my final docs in those, made it sooo much easier to upload. Almost all of my docs I converted to PDF to make it simple.

Group docs together (i.e. all plane tickets in one file), but make sure each of your final docs are not over 5 MB - very frustrating to have to re-scan some items because you had the settings too high and the file size came out too big
That's a really good tip on how to organize your folders on your computer. I'm going to do that as well, thank you, really appreciate it.

With regards to how I present my supporting documents, I decided to work off a word document that allows me to add pictures (photo, screenshots, scans..) and then easily add right next to the visual evidence a paragraph with added details for context for the agent. That way he/she will not need to refer to any other documents when assessing supporting evidence.

For example, I started off with the "evidence of living together" section and I'm creating a word document for each month where I laid down all of our shared expenses per month providing a screenshot of the financial transaction as well as a few words for each evidence to give extra context.

The only thing I'm afraid of is the 5MB limit so I hope my files will not end up being too big. Worst case scenario I can break down 1 month into several word documents if needed.

When my word doc is finalized I will generate PDFs which is what I will upload into the system as I think it will be easier for them to view.

I'd be keen to also hear from others about how they presented their supporting documents.

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I found it easiest to login to your immi account, click "attach documents" and then you can easily see how the structure is laid out to organize your docs - I then created file folders on my computer with each section as the title and placed my final docs in those, made it sooo much easier to upload. Almost all of my docs I converted to PDF to make it simple.

Group docs together (i.e. all plane tickets in one file), but make sure each of your final docs are not over 5 MB - very frustrating to have to re-scan some items because you had the settings too high and the file size came out too big <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" />
That's a really good tip on how to organize your folders on your computer. I'm going to do that as well, thank you, really appreciate it.

With regards to how I present my supporting documents, I decided to work off a word document that allows me to add pictures (photo, screenshots, scans..) and then easily add right next to the visual evidence a paragraph with added details for context for the agent. That way he/she will not need to refer to any other documents when assessing supporting evidence.

For example, I started off with the "evidence of living together" section and I'm creating a word document for each month where I laid down all of our shared expenses per month providing a screenshot of the financial transaction as well as a few words for each evidence to give extra context.

The only thing I'm afraid of is the 5MB limit so I hope my files will not end up being too big. Worst case scenario I can break down 1 month into several word documents if needed.

When my word doc is finalized I will generate PDFs which is what I will upload into the system as I think it will be easier for them to view.

I'd be keen to also hear from others about how they presented their supporting documents.
I've organized my documents by subjects and presented them in pdf format.
It worked very well.
I applied all by myself. No agent.
And I got my 820/801 in less than 2 years (because we had been married for years, so I got the 2 almost at the same time).
Hope it'll work for you.
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