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Old 10-30-2014, 03:46 AM
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Visa granted today after almost 9 months of waiting. Thanks to everyone for their helpful advice in this forum, and best wishes for your visa journey.

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13 months to the day today.
Have sent off an email for an update, as the average time in now 13 months...what can they actually tell you?
Applied in Sydney, decision ready.
My friends took 13months and 3 weeks, so hoping i've not far to go...
Hi Dayvt,
We applied in Sydney with a decision ready application about 14 months ago and still haven't heard anything. We rang them up at 13 months to find out where it was up to (I know they say they prefer email but we were impatient!) but they didn't tell us much apart from that it should be not too long and then said it should be no longer than 16 months total!

Like you, I would be interested to hear what sort of information they provide from anyone else that has asked for an update on their application via email.

Lets hope it is not too much longer for either of us

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Visa Granted

I applied online Feb. 6th 2014 while I was on a 457 visa that did not expire for another 3 years.

I received an email a few months ago informing me that my application was turned over to the WA - Perth office.

Today, just one week shy of 9 months I received my grant letter.

I never did bother with Form 80 (to follow up on an old topic I asked about previously), I had a feeling that it would not matter and it obviously did not for me.

Thanks for the support along the way, and good luck to those of you still waiting! Its painfully slow but the day will come!

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I applied online Feb. 6th 2014 while I was on a 457 visa that did not expire for another 3 years.

I received an email a few months ago informing me that my application was turned over to the WA - Perth office.

Today, just one week shy of 9 months I received my grant letter.

I never did bother with Form 80 (to follow up on an old topic I asked about previously), I had a feeling that it would not matter and it obviously did not for me.

Thanks for the support along the way, and good luck to those of you still waiting! Its painfully slow but the day will come!

congrats expatin!!

you must have been so relieved and jumping with joy at this moment

may i ask why your application was transferred to WA?

where did you apply at? sydney or Melbourne?

anyway, enjoy! your new 820

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13 months to the day today.
Have sent off an email for an update, as the average time in now 13 months...what can they actually tell you?
Applied in Sydney, decision ready.
My friends took 13months and 3 weeks, so hoping i've not far to go...

totally understand your feelings Dayvt

hold on there, you are not far behind. hopefully, before christmas, you'll get it.

i'm praying too...just reached 12 months mark today... will be the best christmas present ever

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820 approved today, applied online, onshore in perth, i was on a 457 visa orginailly, I lodged in Feb 2014.

Best of luck to everyone else

Also my application was decision ready and i used a migration agent

congrats Keano1000

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congrats expatin!!

you must have been so relieved and jumping with joy at this moment

may i ask why your application was transferred to WA?

where did you apply at? sydney or Melbourne?

anyway, enjoy! your new 820


Yes definitely excited! I applied online while living in Sydney. I think that many applications have been transferred to WA probably just because they have had less application compared to other offices. I know that many other have also reported that their apps were sent to WA.

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Talking Congratulations!!!!!

Many congratulations to all who got their visas approved
Hope you have a wonderful life ahead in Australia with your partners
Thanks for sharing the good news with us.

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Hi Dayvt,
We applied in Sydney with a decision ready application about 14 months ago and still haven't heard anything. We rang them up at 13 months to find out where it was up to (I know they say they prefer email but we were impatient!) but they didn't tell us much apart from that it should be not too long and then said it should be no longer than 16 months total!

Like you, I would be interested to hear what sort of information they provide from anyone else that has asked for an update on their application via email.

Lets hope it is not too much longer for either of us
Received and email back...

Our average processing time for Partner visas is 12-15 months from lodgement until allocation to a case officer and your application is within that timeframe. We are currently processing August 2013 applications and I have checked your place in the queue and your application is due to be allocated to a case officer within the next few months.

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Received and email back...

Our average processing time for Partner visas is 12-15 months from lodgement until allocation to a case officer and your application is within that timeframe. We are currently processing August 2013 applications and I have checked your place in the queue and your application is due to be allocated to a case officer within the next few months.
Wow! That's abit disappointing hopefully it's sooner rather than later. I can't believe they are only on august 2013! Odd as recently there have been grants around 8 months .
I applied April 2014. I'm only half way through my wait. I hope we get the 801 not long after we apply.
Good luck and not much longer for you


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