Partner Visas - 820 Onshore Spouse & De Facto Relationship

Schedule 3 Criteria – Not holding a Substantive Visa

Proof of Compelling and Compassionate Circumstances   is   always an essential element   in Partner Visa Applications  It is all in the level of the proof provided and quality of submissions addressing the   relevant  visa criteria.  There are two pathways available for a partner visa, dependent on whether the visa application was applied onshore or offshore. Onshore

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Partner Visas: The Schedule 3 Factor

Genuineness of Relationship is not enough  Important placed on detailed and strong written submissions well supported by evidence There are two pathways available for a partner visa, dependent on whether the visa application was started onshore or offshore. Onshore partner visa applications take the form of a temporary Partner visa (subclass 820), which in turn

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The Importance of Comprehensive and Forensically Sound Applications to ensure Priority in Processing.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection flag changes to Partner Visa Processing. Onshore partner (subclass 820/801) visas are designed for partners in a genuine de-facto relationship with an Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident or eligible New Zealand Citizen to be able to live in Australia together. In the past, partner visas have been reviewed in

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The Pathway from Migrant to Permanent Resident through the Partner Visa. The Importance of Understanding the Visa Application Process.

When an eligible sponsor and applicant apply for a partner visa in Australia, they will initially be applying for a Temporary Partner (subclass 820) visa. This visa is the first step towards the Permanent Partner (subclass 801) visa. It is important to ensure that you meet all the criteria upon applying for any visa. In

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