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Request for more information (Partner Temp Onshore, subclass 820)


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Old 05-19-2014, 06:55 PM
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Hello everyone!

It's been a while since I've been active on here, the waiting and other things happening have been nearly too much to be honest.

Today we received an email from DIAC requesting more information as they are looking at our case. That's a good thing, I know that, I mean it's better than waiting and wondering if anyone is even thinking about us.

They have sent us a checklist of required additional information with only one request - an Australian Federal Police check, since I have been in Australia for over 12 months at this point (far over 12 months, we have been waiting a year and a half now).

What I am wondering - is this any indication towards the outcome?

I know, I know. No guarantees. With everything that's been going on we are kind of hell bent on expecting the worst, things are so hard at the moment with my fiance's illness I don't think he could handle the disappointment.

But the fact that they only ask for a police check, not additional evidence, does that indicate anything? Do people with a weak/bad chance always get requests for more evidence on the relationship as well?

Again I am aware nobody can guarantee me the workings of DIAC, they work in mysterious ways indeed. It's just that the email has me excited and petrified at the same time and if there is objective insight, I should probably hear it.

Thanks so much everyone and I hope you are all well,

Love,
Nelly

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From: The Netherlands
Visa Sub: 820 Partner Temp Onshore (De Facto)
Applied: 23 January 2013 (front loaded)
Application: Paper
Agent: No

Case Officer Assigned: 23 December 2013
Request for More Information: 19 May 2014
Requested Information: Australian Federal Police Check
Supplied on: 26 May 2014
Visa Granted: 4 June 2014


Permanent Stage Application: 22 January 2015
PERMANENT PARTNER (801) GRANTED ON 18 MAY 2015 - WE DID IT!

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