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Old 09-22-2014, 02:05 AM
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Congratulations on your wonderful news Mila. Your patience had been rewarded. You can celebrate and relax a bit now. Enjoy your lives together in Oz. Cheers...

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Good Morning Everyone,

I just wanted to share that my wife has been granted her Visa 820 today. I am not a regular contributor in this forum but I have been visiting this space almost everyday for the past year and a bit. This forum has been more helpful to me than the official DIBP website. I want to thank everyone for your helpful insights and your constant words of encouragement and make the waiting time a lot more bearable.

Just a brief outline of our application process:
I have been dating my wife more for more than 5 years. She was in Sydney on student visa doing her undergrad then. She moved to Perth in June 2012 to complete a 2 year masters degree. We got married in December 2013 after which I came back to Sydney and she went back to Perth to complete her final semester. We lodged a paper application on the 15th of January 2014 in the Perth office (no migration agent used) and within 48 hours received the Bridging Visa A. We went to Europe for our honeymoon after her semester finished in July. We came back in August while her student visa was still active. We had to fill out a form (1005 I think) to reactivate the bridging visa on our return. Her student visa expired on August 31st and she was officially on the bridging visa from September 1. On September 9th for the first time our Case officer contacted us and asked for more information about how we communicate since we are living apart. Within 48 hours we sent out evidence that we are already living together. And on the evening of 23rd September we received the grant email. So it took 8 months and 3 days for the grant. Not bad at all since she is from a high risk country (Bangladesh).

To those of you who are still waiting to hear from DIBP, I wish you the best of luck. It’s a long wait but be patient. Once you receive the grant email, it will be all worth it and all your problems will be gone (well at least for the next couple of hours :P).

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Congratulations. Thanks for sharing your story with us all. Time to relax and celebrate a little now. Enjoy your lives together in Oz.

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Great news, i applied in February 2014 to perth, . So not long to go


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I bought the Will kit from Australia Post recently. Unfortunately I need to make quite a few amendments on it. Will the Will still be valid if I were to type all the details in Word or does it have to be on the original form provided with the kit?
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Hello Everyone!!

Finally i have lodged my onshore 820 application online Last Friday and i received acknowledgment and Bringing visa grant notification immediately. I am currently in the process of uploading all my documents.

I would like to THANK this forum and all its members for their HELP!! I still have loads of questions regarding PCC & medicals for sure and i know all my queries are gonna be answered here Indeed you guys are very very Helpful.... THANK YOU SO MUCH GUYS!!

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Hello Everyone!!

Finally i have lodged my onshore 820 application online Last Friday and i received acknowledgment and Bringing visa grant notification immediately. I am currently in the process of uploading all my documents.

I would like to THANK this forum and all its members for their HELP!! I still have loads of questions regarding PCC & medicals for sure and i know all my queries are gonna be answered here Indeed you guys are very very Helpful.... THANK YOU SO MUCH GUYS!!
Hi, just wondering, I am stressing a little with the application it feels like I'm running out of time before my working holiday visa expires. So I could lodge the application and then get the bridging visa upload documents and do medicals and stuff after that?

Is it also possible to go back and change something after the application is lodged?

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I submitted my online Partner Visa ( Defacto) application last September 17th and received acknowledgement and Bridging Visa grant notification same day.

Thank you all in your assistance in answering our queries especially to Mark Northam ...you are my hero!

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I applied for my 820 visa on 03 June 2013. After 15 months of not hearing anything, I got a call from a case officer I was assigned on Thursday, asking for a copy of my AFP (I had sent it in but they misplaced it). Luckily I had an extra one sitting around, and I took a photo and e-mailed them. They granted me my temporary residency immediately after receiving!

Background: Known my wife for 15 years, but started dating long distance 4 years ago. I moved here in 2012 on a work and holiday visa and because same sex marriage isn't legal here we just registered our relationship as defacto about 3 months before applying, and applied for the 820 on shore 3 days before the work and holiday visa was set to expire. Was granted bridging visa and now finally the 820 granted

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I applied for my 820 visa on 03 June 2013. After 15 months of not hearing anything, I got a call from a case officer I was assigned on Thursday, asking for a copy of my AFP (I had sent it in but they misplaced it). Luckily I had an extra one sitting around, and I took a photo and e-mailed them. They granted me my temporary residency immediately after receiving!

Background: Known my wife for 15 years, but started dating long distance 4 years ago. I moved here in 2012 on a work and holiday visa and because same sex marriage isn't legal here we just registered our relationship as defacto about 3 months before applying, and applied for the 820 on shore 3 days before the work and holiday visa was set to expire. Was granted bridging visa and now finally the 820 granted
Many Congratulations!!
Wish you a blessed and wonderful life ahead with your partner
Finally the long awaited visa came through and so you can now relax.
Thank you for sharing the good news with us God Bless You!

Best Wishes,
Becky

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