Partner Migration

Every year, tens of thousands of Australians jointly lodge visa applications with their foreign partners.

It can be a stressful time. The complexity of the paperwork and the lengthy processing times – not to mention the costs – can put a lot of pressure on any relationship.

Depending on the relationship, you may apply for a Prospective Marriage, Spousal or Interdependent visa. What is the 12-24 months processing time of the visa compared to being with your Australian partner for a lifetime?

Visa Options:

For Offshore Applicants:

  • Partner (Provisional) visa (subclass 309)
  • Partner (Permanent) visa (subclass 100)

For Offshore Applicants:

  • Partner (Provisional) visa (subclass 820)
  • Partner (Permanent) visa (subclass 801)

Things you need to know before you apply for the visa:

  1. The length of your relationship really matters.
  2. If you are in a de facto relationship, it has to be genuine and ongoing for at least 12 months.
  3.  The application process may take 12 to 24 months.
  4. Evidencing your genuine relationship is crucial
  5. A long-distance relationship may be challenging to prove
  6. Character and health issues are of utmost importance.
  7. Immigration rules and regulations are extremely dynamic.
  8. Seek help when unsure.

If you are interested to know more about how to migrate to Australia, email or call us at (65) 6299 0246 for further help in understanding your visa options and plans for migrating to Australia.
You can also try our free migration assessment to let our consultants determine your eligibility for a visa application.

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