Partner Visas - 820 Onshore Spouse & De Facto Relationship

Overstayed Tourist Visa

Visa Granted A couple with 2 children married in the 1980s. In 2000 the wife moved to Australia with the children whilst the husband remained overseas working. In 2001, the husband was finally able to join the family in Australia. He visited the family on a tourist visa but overstayed his visa and became unlawful. The relationship between the couple

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Unlawful for more than 21 years with several criminal convictions

Visa Granted The applicant, a female who had been unlawful for more than 21 years and had several criminal convictions and character issues, was granted the 1st stage temporary Partner Visa (subclass 820) and immediately also the 2nd stage permanent partner visa (subclass 801) based on her long-term relationship with an Australian citizen. The applicant

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Partner Visa

Visa Granted The male applicant applied for a further student visa and this visa was refused. After the refusal, the applicant’s previous agent informed him that they will apply for Ministerial Intervention. During his further stay in Australia, he was also applied for partner visa. The applicant went to renew his Bridging Visa E to

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Second Partner Visa Application, Family Violence Claim

Visa granted  The male applicant arrived in Australia after being granted a 300 prospective marriage visa. He applied for the 820 Partner Visa when he married his partner. Once the visa had been granted, the applicant was subjected to family violence. He separated from his spouse and put forward a family violence claim when being

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