Partner visa is one of the most expensive visa application process in Australia. With the visa application charge alone being AUD7,160, you want to get it right the first time.
Because of its expensive application fee, many couples tend to prepare and lodge the Partner visa application themselves. And honestly – it’s very common.
On Thursday, #CruxAnswers!
On Monday, we had asked our readers to submit questions they want answers to regarding any Australian visa.
The majority of questions that were submitted this week were focused on Partner Visa.
When you ask, we answer!
If you are applying for the Partner visa as a married couple (including arranged marriage), applying on de facto grounds but you are still married, and/or have some concerns about whether you will be eligible for the visa due to the circumstances of your relationship, you should read this article.
The Partner visa is a great migration pathway for those looking to reside in Australia with their de facto partner or spouse. However, when a relationship turns sour during the partner visa processing time or before the permanent partner visa is granted, it can turn your life around.
It’s important to be aware of all your obligations and depending on your circumstances, what options may be available to you.
It’s alarming to see how long it is taking for both onshore and offshore Australian Partner visa, commonly known as the Spouse visa, applications to be processed. Let’s take a look into the importance of lodging a decision ready Partner visa application and what you can do to help decrease processing time for your Partner visa application.
If you are not married, meeting the one-year De Facto relationship requirement is extremely important for the grant of your Partner visa or de facto visa application. If you are planning to lodge a partner visa as a “de facto relationship” you must demonstrate your de facto relationship existed for at least 12 months when the application is made.