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Old 11-26-2014, 12:20 AM
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Nope. Here is something from DIBP website to ease your mind:

I have already lodged my Australian visa application

You will be advised by email or by your case officer what health examinations you need to do (if any). You will then be requested to complete these examinations within a certain time period. Please wait until your visa case officer contacts you, do not use the*My Health Declarations*service if you have already lodged a visa application. It will delay processing of your visa application.
Note:*To minimise processing delays, you should complete your required health examinations as soon as possible after your case officer has advised you to do so.


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Brilliant. As always, thank you Mish!


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Hi,

Just wanted to let everyone know that our visa has been approved.

15 months waiting don't look that bad now lol.

820 granted. We have been together for 6 years but no proofs of that. We never thought we would need to keep evidences from day 1 :/


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Congrats. ..that's good to listen some success stories.when did you applied and did you had any interview


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Great news Xyzaus! Thanks for sharing with us all. At least you have the 820. The 801 is an easier step. You're certainly not the only one didn't keep evidence from day one. Very best wishes to you both...

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Thanks, Mish.

So, they won't just outright reject the application because there are no medicals? So anxious.
Hi ej085
I just lodged my application on Oct 2014 , and what i have done was i lodged my application, after around 7days I received the letter of acknowledgement which have HAP ID, and the important information, i just followed the instruction in the information sheet, book the medical health check at Bupa, and done. I still wait for CO assign.
Just wondering any one have any idea about CO
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Congrats. ..that's good to listen some success stories.when did you applied and did you had any interview
Thank you 29pras. I applied in August 2013 onshore in Sydney. No interview, no more information required. Just a grant letter on my email


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Great news Xyzaus! Thanks for sharing with us all. At least you have the 820. The 801 is an easier step. You're certainly not the only one didn't keep evidence from day one. Very best wishes to you both...
Thank u Dinkum. Yes, I'm too happy to argue back even knowing I had every right to have the 801 granted straight away. Oh well, not long to go anyway.


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Congrats xyzaus


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Thank u Dinkum. Yes, I'm too happy to argue back even knowing I had every right to have the 801 granted straight away. Oh well, not long to go anyway.
Under what circumstances would they gant an 801 straight away?

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