Subclass 820 visas granted in 2020

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subclass 820 Partner Visa Grants.

These are the numbers of subclass 820 visas granted in the first nine months of 2020.

In the first three months of the year, before COVID restrictions began to change the numbers of visa grants, there were 5,911 subclass 820 visas granted.

During the later three months, May to July, there were 8,273 grants, an increase of 40%.

However, in August and September the number of subclass 820 grants has reduced again, with 5,703 grants during July, August and September 2020. There were 7,097 grants during July, August and September 2019.

Subclass 820 Onshore Partner Visas. Numbers Finalised.

Month Grants Refusals Withdrawals Total Finalised
Jul 2019 2,802 141 83 3,026
Aug 2019 2,335 170 72 2,577
Sep 2019 1,960 181 69 2,210
Oct 2019 1,967 203 83 2,253
Nov 2019 1,796 115 71 1,982
Dec 2019 1,509 120 74 1,703
Jan 2020 1,814 180 99 2,093
Feb 2020 1,956 147 83 2,186
Mar 2020 2,141 120 82 2,343
Apr 2020 1,944 2 60 2,006
May 2020 3,136 8 91 3,235
Jun 2020 2,960 1 68 3,029
Jul 2020 2,177 13 73 2,263
Aug 2020 1,643 9 77 1,729
Sep 2020 1,883 10 65 1,958

Source: Department of Home Affairs FOI requests

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