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  1. Aussie_83

    Permanent Partner Visa Assessment (100,801)

    When you are asking across multiple threads you can turn yourself around and get confused as you don't necessarily give all relevant details. For example that thread you mentioned was about the first stage and you didn't specify that you were at the second stage.
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    Permanent Partner Visa Assessment (100,801)

    That new application for sponsor is done at the first stage. You said you are at the second stage. Works fine for me. You might need to clear your browser cache. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/partner-offshore/migrant-100
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    Permanent Partner Visa Assessment (100,801)

    Yep that's the one. Keep in mind it is a stat Dec so needs to be certified.
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    Permanent Partner Visa Assessment (100,801)

    For stage 2 there is a specific stat Dec you need to fill in. Can be a normal one but the immi one guides you to what info they want. If you google it and go to the dept of home affairs link
  5. You don't need to pay the fee to see the full form, what you can see is the full form. Are you using a current checklist? If you are using a paper 47sp then that is the source of your confusion as if you submitted a paper application then things needed to be certified, you can't submit by paper anymore. There is no need to get anything certified apart from the 888 forms. Not as sure on photos anymore. I don't think they are required anymore but wouldn't hurt to do them if you are worried.
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    Previous Relationship Registration

    Given you said you uploaded it implies you did the paper form. You'll need to use the form 1022 notification of incorrect answer.
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    Statutory Declaration or Statement

    That's for the second stage
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    Do we meet De-facto requirements?

    Nothing needs to be certified when applying online. Just need clear good colour scans.
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    Suggestions of proof to upload

    The is no requirement for it to be equal share. It is how you combine your finances.
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    When to apply - not too early or not too late

    How longs a piece of string?
  11. That is my biggest issue with wanting to change the citizenship to needing 4 years PR. Well and good if you enter on PR. I wrote a letter to my MP but didn't even get any courtesy of a reply, not surprising as he was a useless........... Who retired knowing he would loose this one. Keep in mind it's 75% in 26 months so it can be anytime within then. Off memory our 100 came in at 15 months when the advertised 75% was 20 months
  12. The second one. Your eligibility date is 2 years from when you applied for the 820/801 and the processing time starts from then
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    Permanent Partner Visa Assessment (100,801)

    Have a look on your second attachment to the left down the bottom 😛
  14. Correction it is only the 820 you have to be inside Australia for the decision. The 801 you can be anywhere. I believe the only difference is of you are offshore and it's refused then the is no avenue of appeal.
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    AFP NPC requested for Stage 2 Partner Visa

    Get the 888's done immediately. The only thing you shouldn't have already done for the second stage is the police checks as they aren't always required. Technically there is no requirement for the department to request information they can just make the call with what you have provided
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    AFP NPC requested for Stage 2 Partner Visa

    Alieilliams the question isn't about the AFP certificate itself. Lovebirds as with any question around how long there is simply no realistic answer. Could be days could be months.
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    Advice for best visa route to take

    From what you've put yeah the PMV would be the better option. Not sure where the conflicting info would be coming from as you haven't had to provide financial info since 2013 odd. There are changes in the works but there is no way to tell what all the changes will be or when they will be put in place
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    Best offshore partner visa option and HECS

    No offence but you need to read closer. The 820 following a PMV is currently 1180 extra not an extra 7k. Also it's married and applied within the 9 months. You can have the PMV granted and the next month married and applied for the 820. From what you have put you would have no chance just straight up applying for the partner visa.
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    Attaching in one document, form 888

    You'll probably find the file would be too big to upload, you are limited to 5mb. You'll have plenty of upload spots, personally I labelled each one "name XYZ form 888"
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    Advice for best visa route to take

    Basically being married means very little in terms of visas, all it would do in your case is take the PMV off the table which would seem like your best option. While it is processing you can still come and go on a ETA no issues. Regardless if you are applying based on defacto or bring married you still need to satisfy the 4 main aspects: social, nature of household, financial and commitment to each other. All being married does is remove the 12 month requirement but you still need the same amount of proof. It's hard but these things are a long term game and there aren't any shortcuts. You are fortunate in that it's easy for you to obtain visitor visas.
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    Advice for best visa route to take

    Based on what you have put you would have no chance of getting a partner visa after only one meeting. How long was your relationship prior to the meeting? What is your age?
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    Permanent Partner Visa Assessment (100,801)

    That would be because you haven't submitted the form as yet. You would need to click edit fill out all the information and press submit. After that you will have the option to upload.
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    STAGE2- PARTNER VISA 309/100

    As with the first stage you only hear from them if you are required to provide something. If you google second stage processing centre you'll find a generic email address that you could maybe ask if they require anything including a new police check, can't hurt for a gentle reminder.
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    STAGE2- PARTNER VISA 309/100

    Still well within progressing times. You shouldn't need a new police check, we didn't. Processing times 75% of applications: 19 months 90% of applications: 33 months
  25. You don't have to be together after the first one. meet certain eligibility criteria if you are no longer one of the Members of the family unit of a New Zealand citizen