Applying for a partner visa is a very important decision that couples make everyday all around the world.
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The basic eligiblity criteria is that you are married, or in a de facto relationship with an Australian citizen or permanent resident. Remember, there are many other requirements that also must be met.
The application process is difficult and rightly so! The Department needs to ensure only genuine couples are applying for Partner Visas. This is where we come in.
We have personal experience in applying for an Australian partner visa. We know it’s stressful and we’re here to take your stress away. And with a 98% success rate, we have the proven track record to get you the result you need.
A decision ready application is when the Department can make a decision on your visa application as soon as it is considered without requesting further information or making adverse findings. All our applications are lodged ‘decision ready’ which can significantly speed up the already very long process.
In most cases yes. If you register your relationship with a state or territory of Australia this waives the 12 month co-habitation requirement. You will still need to prove that your relationship is genuine and continuing though.
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In order to be granted a Partner (subclass 820 or 309) visa, you must meet the relationship requirements, have an eligible sponsor, be of the right age, meet the health and character requirements, finalised your debts to the Australian Government and ensure the visa is in the best interest of any children that may be included.
The processing time for a Partner (subclass 820 or 309) visa can be quite lengthy. Roughly 75% of applicants experience a processing time of 23 months.
The Partner visas for australia enable to applicant to live and work in Australia with no limitations.
The Department of Home Affairs fees for a partner visa is currently AUD $7,715.00 or AUD $1,285.00 if you previously held a Prospective Marriage (subclass 300) visa.
If you applied for a Partner (subclass 820) visa, you would have applied onshore and been issued a bridging visa for the interim period while the visa is processing. This bridging visa allows you to legally stay in Australia while the Department processes your visa.
There could be many reasons as to why your Partner visa is refused including making incorrect or misleading statements during the application. If your Partner visa is refused the Department will notify you as to why they made that decision and also on your rights to review or appeal the decision.