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  1. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Then I think it should be ok , you can count time spent while on bridging visa after applying for 489 towards 2 year requirement
  2. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    No need to provide pcc for few days of leisure trips
  3. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Usually around 4 weeks per year is allowed without having to compensate , when u were waiting for 489 did your bridging visa come into effect?
  4. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    What’s the reason for 2months short natural justice request mate? Did you travel overseas, it’s great if you can share more information will be useful for many
  5. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    What’s a fee document?
  6. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Hi dee, if my spouse owes tuition fee to a government tafe, which is payable by six installments for which we receive an invoice every 4 months, and if we are paying each instalment with a weekly payment plan at the moment. Do you know if this is considered a debt to commonwealth?
  7. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Like your spirit Trump , Hopefully they'll make processing times great again !!!
  8. ask in this topic mate this is an active 887 page with many experienced applicants
  9. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    He should buy the Tatts Powerball
  10. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    it's true that people have been granted 887 if they were a couple of payslips short of 35 hours , but if your employment status in reference letter states casual there is a possibility that the co will go through all payslip to verify work requirement , if you don't have 35 hour payslips you obtained before the application date then you have two choices , 1 . to remain positive and wait hoping that co will consider those four payslips under 35 hours ( note that - 4 payslips is close to one month out of 1 year requirement) towards full time requirement , you will not know if this will be accepted unless co asks about these or send a refusal or a grant so you will spend your time worrying about those 4 payslips , 2. Withdraw the application and resubmit with 4 more payslips , you have the peace of mind that your application is complete and no issues in it , it's only been two months so hopefully this will only delay your grant by a couple of months but better than spending another 10- 14 months living in doubt , it's true they have considered under 35 payslips in past but remember there is no guarantee that they will consider them in future , co's can accept or refuse to accept those payslips on their discretion
  11. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    also what was your employment status ( casual, part time or full time ) when you got these under 35hpw payslips?
  12. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    or means it has a Virtual barrier , 887 looks straight forward but then they confine us in this barrier for 16 - 17 months before granting 887
  13. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    from 17/08/2017 to 11/08/2019 is 725 days , and you spent 4 nights in regional which totals to 729 days , so it looks like your'e short 1 day to fulfill the at least 2 years ( 730 days) stay in regional requirement. Co will count the days you actually spent in regional for 2 year regional stay requirement therefore the few days you spent in non regional sydney from your initial arrival won't be counted and this can lead to a refusal even if you're one or two days short , my opinion is that it's best to withdraw and re submit the application for peace of mind
  14. dar8

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    It sounds acceptable but if i were you and if it's just 2- 3 weeks id wait that extra few weeks for peace of mind

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