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Old 06-16-2015, 05:32 AM
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Unfortunately I can't reply to your question as I lodged my application online, however I have a question for you! How come you lodged a BVB straight away? Did you not get a BVA? My BVA had been granted as soon as I had applied for my 820, but doesn't kick in until august. However I need to travel toward the end of August.... am I able to apply for a BVB before my BVA even kicks in? I was going to wait for it to kick in before trying to apply for the BVB, but if I can do it without waiting for August to come around, it would save a lot of hassle and stress, and I could definitely book my flights! Please let me know if you have any info on this! Thanks ☺ x
Not sure if my answer can help... but this was my case:
my ETA expired on 28 April 2015;
Last entry was 21 Jan 2015

So the BVA would kick in after 28 April but I had to leave the country after 21 April otherwise I would be overstay. So I filled in the BVB application form, the officer there asked me to attached it together with my folder. So the next day I was granted a BVB straight away.

I left the country on 19 April (tourist visa out) and came back with the BVB (20 May).

So yes, I applied a BVB even the BVA not kicked in yet. Hope I can give you a better picture?


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Old 09-23-2015, 11:30 AM
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Hi all,

Visa - 820/801
Nationality - Fijian
Applied - Online - Onshore Sydney
Application Date: 08 April 2015
Current Visa - Visitor
Status - Application in process

was granted my bridging visa immediately after my application

now the wait begins...

praying all goes quickly.
What type of visitor visa did you have when you applied? After you entered Australia on a visitor visa, how long did you wait before applying for 820?


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Old 09-23-2015, 11:47 AM
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I entered on my tourist visa but the intention wasn't to apply for partner visa from here but from my home country instead. After being here a while my husband and I decided to just go ahead and apply while I was here already
I think it was about 2 months after I arrived we decided to just apply in Australia.
Immediately got my bridging visa
Still waiting for case officer


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Old 09-27-2015, 08:50 AM
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Hi guys!! I am so happy to find this thread. I am having so many questions about applying for partner visa 801 and really appreciate if some one can help me with some of them.

I am on visa subclass 485 depending on my ex boyfriend who got this TR as a post graduate. We registered for a relationship certificate before. However, not long after that we broke up and I did not cancel the relationship registration until now (As i did not think much of it at the time). I am now with my current partner and we have decided to get married so I though of cancelling the relationship register with my ex. Only when i found out my TR will be invalid the moment i got the confirmation letter from the Registry of DBM. That means I will need to apply for 801 with my current partner straight away after that to remain in Australia.

I am worried that my application will look like a fraud to the Immi as they will realise that I just revoke the previous relationship and then marry another guy immediately. I have been with my current partner for 1 year and that's also a problem as during all that time my relationship registration with my ex is still bound by law. Will I be able to tell them in the application that I have been with my partner and that I forgot to revoke the old relationship, or I will have to tell them a story that matches with the time frame of my relationship register.

I am looking forward to hearing from any of you. Thank you


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Old 10-01-2015, 02:25 AM
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Hey, just been looking through the DIBP website and found this, I know average processing is anywhere from 10-15 months at the moment but this web page seems to indicate it could be less.

Family visa processing times

I applied onshore and from a low risk country, just looking to see if anyone knows whether low risk gets processed any sooner than high risk? Or whether it is literally in date order.

My application was onshore, online, decision ready and low risk. I guess I'm looking at a grant date of around April-July 2016. Just getting frustrated when employers disregard job applications because I'm on a bridging visa, even though I have full working rights.

Anyway, rant over

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Old 10-01-2015, 02:54 AM
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Hey, just been looking through the DIBP website and found this, I know average processing is anywhere from 10-15 months at the moment but this web page seems to indicate it could be less.

Family visa processing times

I applied onshore and from a low risk country, just looking to see if anyone knows whether low risk gets processed any sooner than high risk? Or whether it is literally in date order.

My application was onshore, online, decision ready and low risk. I guess I'm looking at a grant date of around April-July 2016. Just getting frustrated when employers disregard job applications because I'm on a bridging visa, even though I have full working rights.

Anyway, rant over
I feel your pain regarding employment.

Unfortunately 12-15 months is the reality now, not the times indicated on the website.

My wife applied for her 820 on 11 Oct 2014. Still waiting to hear from DIBP.

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Old 10-01-2015, 03:03 AM
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My application was onshore, online, decision ready and low risk. I guess I'm looking at a grant date of around April-July 2016. Just getting frustrated when employers disregard job applications because I'm on a bridging visa, even though I have full working rights.

Anyway, rant over
Don't give up regarding employment. I'm on a WHV and managed to land myself a six month contract (turns out I don't like the job but oh well). Once you're in the door, they're more likely to keep you on.

And I'll just have to remind myself of this when I'm on a bridging visa in a few months time!

It is frustrating though


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Old 10-01-2015, 11:10 AM
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I feel your pain regarding employment.

Unfortunately 12-15 months is the reality now, not the times indicated on the website.

My wife applied for her 820 on 11 Oct 2014. Still waiting to hear from DIBP.
We applied for our 820 1st of September 2014, a few weeks ago we got an email saying our application has been picked up and will be processed by the Brisbane office.

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Got my visa(820) approved today, applied on the 9th of Oct 2014, thats about 1year and 3 months, time fly fast!

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Got my visa(820) approved today, applied on the 9th of Oct 2014, thats about 1year and 3 months, time fly fast!
Congrats!! 801 time will be here before you know it.

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