Partner Visa Processing Times in October 2019


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Partner Visa Processing Times in October 2019.

The Australian Immigration Department release statistics for Visa processing times that show the global averages for the first 75% and the last 10%, of applications processed each month.

Many people are confused by these figures, due to the way that the Immigration Department show the figures. Something like this example: 19 months – 25 months.

Some people logically think it means the visa will take between 19 and 25 months.

However, the average processing time is often a lot less than the first figure quoted.

The longer processing times may be due to incomplete or inaccurate applications, lengthy security checks from some countries and various other reasons.


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The Australian Immigration Department released the Visa processing times for October 2019, on the 20th November 2019.

October 2019 Offshore Visa Processing Times.

subclass 300 – Prospective Marriage Visa Processing Times.

75% processed in under 17 months.  (September  was 15 months)
10% processed in over 20 months.  (September was 19 months)

subclass 309 – Partner (Provisional) Visa Processing Times.

75% processed in under 17 months.  (September was 16 months)
10% processed in over 21 months.  (September was 20 months)

subclass 100 – Partner (Permanent) Visa Processing Times.

75% processed in under 19 months.  (September was 23 months)
10% processed in over 28 months.  (September was 33 months)

October 2019 Onshore Visa Processing Times.

subclass 820 – Partner (Temporary) Visa Processing Times.

75% processed in under 20 months.  (September was 20 months)
10% processed in over 29 months.  (September was 27 months)

subclass 801 – Partner (Permanent) Visa Processing Times.

75% processed in under 18 months.  (September was 20 months)
10% processed in over 26 months.  (September was 27 months)

Last updated: 20 November 2019 (for month ending 31 October 2019)

The processing time for the 2nd stage, subclass 801 and 100 visas, is calculated from the date of eligibility, which is 24 months after the 820 or 309 visa was lodged.

Source: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au

The following are Actual Processing times for some individual grants.  They show how varied the actual processing times can be.

Some actual subclass 801 processing times in October 2019.

    • 801 Finalised 3.3 months after eligible, from ?
    • 801 Finalised 3.5 months after eligible, from ?
    • 801 Finalised 9 months after eligible, from Nigeria
    • 801 Finalised 9.7 months after eligible, from Ukraine
    • 801 Finalised 10.2 months after eligible, from ?
    • 801 Finalised 10.9 months after eligible, from USA
    • 801 Finalised 11.2 months after eligible, from UK
    • 801 Finalised 12.5 months after eligible, from UK
    • 801 Finalised 19.4 months after eligible, from ?
    • 801 Finalised 27.2 months after eligible, from Vietnam
    • 801 Finalised 31.9 months after eligible, from Hong Kong
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The information we give is based on personal experiences, reading and formulation of available statistics.
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