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Old 11-26-2014, 10:08 AM
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801 straight away

Hi Davyt... as I understand it, you go straight to an 801 if you can solidly prove a full de-facto or married relationship of three years or more, two years if you have a child. I'm not a registered migration agent though, so I stand to be corrected.

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congrats xyzaus!

happy to hear another one making it through.

15 months sounds like the standard waiting time, glad it is not up to 18 months of waiting

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Yep, straight to 801 if you have been married or de facto for 3 years or more; or married/de facto 2 years or more and you have a child together.

Or if they take 2 years to process your visa application. But obviously no one wants to get it straight off THAT way, heh.

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Yep, straight to 801 if you have been married or de facto for 3 years or more; or married/de facto 2 years or more and you have a child together.

what about 2 years 10 months? i never ask about this before but since this got asked now, i am curious if i can qualify for 801 with this? .

we are together for more than 3 years on application time, but no time evidence except starting from 2 yrs 10 mths point.

hmm... maybe im asking too much...

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what about 2 years 10 months? i never ask about this before but since this got asked now, i am curious if i can qualify for 801 with this? .

we are together for more than 3 years on application time, but no time evidence except starting from 2 yrs 10 mths point.

hmm... maybe im asking too much...
Nope you need evidence for 3 years or more at time of application unless you have a child together at time of application.

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Could anyone help me with how the CO is assigned?
I received an email with:
Name: ******** *******
Positions Number: *************
Decision Support Officer

Is that it?
Also, anyone received the request for medical check WITH the acknowledgement letter?


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Nope you need evidence for 3 years or more at time of application unless you have a child together at time of application.
So if we're Defacto from Oct 2012, married Oct 2013 and applied for 820 Dec 2013 and have a child together, it's straight to 801?

Sorry Mish, I'm a usually little bit more cluey on these things, but I've never heard this before.

I know that if sponsoring for a second time and you have a child with the second partner, the 5 year wait is waived.

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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 :/
Congratulations! !! Which country?

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So if we're Defacto from Oct 2012, married Oct 2013 and applied for 820 Dec 2013 and have a child together, it's straight to 801?

Sorry Mish, I'm a usually little bit more cluey on these things, but I've never heard this before.

I know that if sponsoring for a second time and you have a child with the second partner, the 5 year wait is waived.
Nope sorry it is a time of application requirement so October 2012 to December 2013 is 14 months. With a child you needed 2 years prior to application.


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Congrats to everyone that has had their visas approved. We're up to 5 months…I'll grow old by the time this damn visa comes through!

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