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Old 03-31-2014, 01:44 PM
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Wonderful news. Congrats. And thanks for all the helpful details. We don't need to ask. Enjoy your life together in Oz.

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30 days! I'd be on my knees crying with joy, I'm so happy for you guys Have a wonderful life!

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Wow congrats! That's amazing news xx

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Visa: 820/801 Partner (Defacto) from WHV
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Application Date: 5th February 2014
Police Checks: 5th February 2014
Medicals: 5th February 2014
GRANT DATE: 4th June 2014

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Congrats, all the best

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Congrats!!!

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Congratulations!!! Hope ours comes through quick, we're hoping for 801 too but not expecting it as although we've been in a relationship over three years we haven't technically lived together for more than a few months.

So happy for you!! Love a good success story

How did you find doing it all online? I'm a bit wary but if it gets processed a bit quicker it might be worth it.

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Thanks everyone!

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Congratulations!!! Hope ours comes through quick, we're hoping for 801 too but not expecting it as although we've been in a relationship over three years we haven't technically lived together for more than a few months.

So happy for you!! Love a good success story

How did you find doing it all online? I'm a bit wary but if it gets processed a bit quicker it might be worth it.

Hang on - are you married? If not, have you registered your relationship in your state? You need to do this to circumvent the 12 month living together requirement for a de facto visa IF you aren't married (the time you have spent apart, while significant, will most likely not count as part of this living together requirement for de facto).

In terms of the application, we found the online app to be quite easy! It was simple to fill out for both my partner and I, and the documents to be uploaded was quite easy. The only thing that we found difficult was the question of what to do with the evidence that spanned the four categories - i.e. our bank statements fit the financial critera, but also 'nature of household' because it had our address. So we uploaded it under financial, but then also uploaded a document for each category entitled 'further evidence - X category' and outlined in this doc that the bank statements were currently uploaded under financials, but they were also applicable to this category because X.

So it's up to you as to how you want it to work - the online system is easy, plus you get the bridging visa straight away.

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Visa: Subclass 820/801, Onshore Partner Visa
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Application Date: 2 March 2014
Police Checks: Submitted with Application
Medicals: Completed before application 14 February 2014 .
VISA GRANTED: 31 March 2014 (straight to 801)

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Congratulations! That is such wonderful news and I can't tell you how happy I am for you xxxx

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Hang on - are you married? If not, have you registered your relationship in your state? You need to do this to circumvent the 12 month living together requirement for a de facto visa IF you aren't married (the time you have spent apart, while significant, will most likely not count as part of this living together requirement for de facto).
We are married yes although I wish I had known about registered the relationship, I would have done that last time I was here in Oz. We spent about 10 months together here in Oz then were long distance (with him visiting twice) for about two years. We got married in Feb and I've come back to Oz with him.

I'm a little concerned about evidence. We live with his parents for now (cheaper since I can't work), so he doesn't have any bills he can put my name onto also. We have a joint bank account so would this be enough do you think? We both have mobile contracts, but again only in his name. I can't even get joint on his medicare card yet because of the visa I'm on. I'm trying to think of something that we can get addressed to us both but we're limited.

I feel like as soon as I have everything under control something else crops up so I'm nervous about doing it all online and making a mistake. Can you go back and edit things? Although saying that I have paper copies of the application which I've used as a rough draft so I suppose I could go off that anyway.

I defo like the idea of easy though given how tough it is getting all the info together in one place!


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We are married yes although I wish I had known about registered the relationship, I would have done that last time I was here in Oz. We spent about 10 months together here in Oz then were long distance (with him visiting twice) for about two years. We got married in Feb and I've come back to Oz with him.

I'm a little concerned about evidence. We live with his parents for now (cheaper since I can't work), so he doesn't have any bills he can put my name onto also. We have a joint bank account so would this be enough do you think? We both have mobile contracts, but again only in his name. I can't even get joint on his medicare card yet because of the visa I'm on. I'm trying to think of something that we can get addressed to us both but we're limited.

I feel like as soon as I have everything under control something else crops up so I'm nervous about doing it all online and making a mistake. Can you go back and edit things? Although saying that I have paper copies of the application which I've used as a rough draft so I suppose I could go off that anyway.

I defo like the idea of easy though given how tough it is getting all the info together in one place!
Try car insurance. Easy to put ur name onto though u might have to pay a little bit extra for that.

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