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  1. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    If you are onshore since the day you had your 489 granted - then it is 2 years from that date (assuming that you have not left Australia for a significant portion of your stay during the 2 years).
  2. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Look good for now. You continue with the passport registration for the baby and update the passport detail through your immi acc when it is available.
  3. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    You've done your part. If the Case Officer need additional evidence or require you to provide anything else, they will issue issue a letter with a checklist of items to provide.
  4. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    On top of what you've done, you may update form 1229 as well. Getting a response from a Case Officer is at the discretion of the assessing officer. The timing of when your case file will be picked up and reviewed again depends on the priority of the Department at the time. Basically cant say for sure when your baby will be granted 489. What is a sure thing is they will assess it sooner or later. Be patient and you'll get there soon. Good luck.
  5. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    All other docs have been accepted subject to review. Mostly likely they are ok with them, unless adverse information is found from other sources.
  6. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Case Officer needs to satisfy themself with additional info as requested. Provide all they request and wait patiently for a grant. Good luck.
  7. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    When parents are both temporary residents – holding, for example, a Temporary Skilled work visa, or Student Visa – or a certain Provisional visa, such as a Subclass 489 Designated Area Provisional – the baby is deemed by operation of law to hold the same visa as the parent at the time of birth. While you don’t need to actually make application for the baby’s visa, you MUST notify the Department of Immigration as soon as the baby’s documents are available – birth certiScate and overseas passport – so that the visa can be attached to the child’s passport.
  8. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    1). Lodge 887 as soon as you are eligible so that you can advance some processing time in the queue 2). Once the baby is born - notify the department by inform them of the change in your circumstances 3). Register a birth certificate and passport for your new-born baby as soon as practicable. Chances are passport take long time to get one. 4). Update all relevant forms (80, 1221, 1229) - by including the child in them Then wait patiently for a case officer to add the baby into your file. The baby will be granted a 489 first once the case officer satisfies he meets all visa conditions for the grant of 489. Then, the whole family will be considered for 887. Good luck!
  9. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Which country are you from please?
  10. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Hi there, What is the s56 request about?
  11. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Were you a primary applicant for both 489 and 887 ? My best guess is that "your change in relationship status" - slow down the processing time your application. 887.321 The applicant continues to be a member of the family unit of a person who, having satisfied the primary criteria, is the holder of a Subclass 887 visa.
  12. vannakuma

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Regardless of the advice from your agent, you are still in a good hand if you prepare evidence of functional english (at least) and ask the agent to upload it to in your case file. there may be chance that your agent has not been updated or informed of the new functional english requirement.
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