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Old 01-14-2014, 06:44 AM
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I think I would be tempted to give immigration a ring CotyM. It seems unusual that they haven't asked for an updated AFP check for example. Better safe than sorry.
And chrissie, if you didn't do a form 80 for your 820 application, I would be tempted to do one for your 801 rather than have immigration ask for it - good plan
hello,
i submitted form 80 on my 820 application before same with the form 888. but now with my 801 i will not submit a form 80 since it is not on the checklist. but still i will submit form 888 because it is on the checklist.
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just mailed my 801 application today.. hoping for a quick response/approval.


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I think I would be tempted to give immigration a ring CotyM. It seems unusual that they haven't asked for an updated AFP check for example. Better safe than sorry.
And chrissie, if you didn't do a form 80 for your 820 application, I would be tempted to do one for your 801 rather than have immigration ask for it - good plan
I already did one form 80 for my 820 before, do I have to do one again for my 801 now?? Also, is the police check a must-do?? If so, Just Australia police check? Do i need one for my country again?....I only travelled to my country for 2 weeks since I got my 820.............


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no form 80 on the checklist but there is afp check. Immi are only asking for police check from other country if you stayed there for a year since the grant of your 820


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