Category Archive: Partner Visa

Aug 24 2017

Registered Relationships in South Australia

South Australian Couples, of either Sex, can Register a Relationship in their State

Couples can now register their relationship with Births, Deaths and Marriages (BDM) if at least one person in the relationship lives in South Australia. Couples may apply irrespective of their sex or gender identity.

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Aug 24 2017

Migrating to Australia as a Same Sex Couple

Recognition of a Married Couple Status for Same Sex Couples

A same sex couple can apply to migrate to Australia as a couple and be treated as a couple, even without marriage. Australian Immigration has no issue with that.

Same sex couples are treated as couples in the same way that married couples are treated as couples.

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Aug 10 2017

Permanent Visa Time Line for Australian Partner Visas

It can take some years before an Applicant for a Permanent Visa, using the Partner Visa route, can actually get the final permanent Visa.
It can easily take THREE years, sometimes longer.

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Jul 27 2017

Fiance Immigration into Australia

The ideal route for the Pre Marriage subclass 300 (PMV) visa: Apply for PMV (Subclass 300) at a cost of $7,000 Then immediately apply for a 12 month Visitor Visa on the grounds of wanting to spend as much time as possible living with partner. (Some get it, some don’t. Maybe apply after doing Medicals …

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Jul 06 2017

Partner Visa for Australia 820 and 309

The 820 Partner Visa is issued to those who apply whilst in Australia.
The 309 Partner Visa is issued to those who apply from outside Australia.

Jan 11 2017

Partner visa (subclass 820 and 801) Applications in 2015-16

The current average processing time for a Partner visa (subclass 820 and 801) application is 15 to 18 months.

The longest processing time for a Partner (subclass 820 and 801) visa application in 2015-16 was approximately nine years.

Jul 19 2016

Can you get a NOIM before divorce is final

After separation some new couples wish to arrange a new marriage, and this involves first getting a Notice of Intended Marriage [NOIM].

Normally most people assume that they need to be fully divorced before proceeding with this step, however, it appears that they may not need to wait until the divorce is final.

Apr 30 2016

Sponsoring a Partner Visa

The most common limitation is briefly: No more than 2 partners visas being sponsored in a lifetime, and not more than one in a 5 year period.

Jan 21 2016

Medicare and Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300)

Can a PMV Holder (Visa Subclass 300) apply for Medicare. A PMV holder is NOT eligible for medicare until they have married AND have applied for the Subclass 820 Visa. After lodging the 820 application you will receive an acknowledgment of your application with your Bridging Visa grant letter. Take these to a Medicare officer …

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Sep 16 2015

Australian Prospective Marriage Visa Refusals

Australian Prospective Marriage Visa Refusals
Records from the Department of Immigration have shown that about 10% do get rejected.

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