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VEM provides you general information about Australian Partner Visas

Immigration to Australia by engagement or marriage to your partner who is an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident is an amazing journey for your future.

However, there are requirements to be met for visa success. Let’s find out more details about Australian Partner Visas with VEM as below.

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There are requirements from your partner must be met for visas success

What are the Australian Partner Visas?

A Partner visa allows your partner who is an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen to sponsor you to come to Australia. Depending on each stream of partner visas that allows you to stay temporarily or permanently.

How many Subclasses of Australian Partner Visas?

There are 3 Subclasses of Australian Partner Visas. Each type has some different requirements in relationship:

  • Prospective Marriage Visa – Subclass 300.
  • Partner Visa (Temporary) – Subclass 820 and Partner Visa (Permanent) – Subclass 801.
  • Partner (Provisional) Visa – Subclass 309 and Partner (Migrant) Visa – Subclass 100.

Besides partner visas, there are other family sponsored visas you may concern. VEM can help you find a suitable subclass visa so that you can sponsor your family members to immigrate to Australia.

Prospective Marriage Visa – Subclass 300

A Subclass 300 visa is a temporary visa. You (applicant) must be offshore when lodging the visa application and your relationship with your partner must be at least 6 months.

Although the relationship must be genuine and developing, it is not strongly required to meet the 4 aspects of the relationship regarding finance, household, social aspect and long-term commitment at this stage.

Your partner must be an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen. You (applicant) must be outside Australia when the visa application is lodged.

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Prospective Marriage Visa – Subclass 300

Benefits of a Subclass 300 visa

  • You can stay, study and work in Australia up to 9 months from the day you come to Australia.
  • You can travel within Australia and have multiple travels between your country and Australia.
  • You can include your family members.
  • You have a great opportunity to become a permanent resident and an Australian citizen if you meet the requirements.
  • You can sponsor family members to Australia if they meet requirements.

You must officially marry your partner during your stay in Australia in order to apply for a Subclass 820/801 visa.

Contact us for more detail about a Subclass 300 visa.

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Benefits of a Subclass 300 visa

Partner (Provisional) Visa – Subclass 309 and Partner (Migrant) Visa – Subclass 100

A Subclass 309 visa is a temporary visa while a Subclass 100 visa is a permanent residency visa. To apply for a partner provisional visa, you must be outside of Australia when you apply and your relationship must be at least 1 year and you have been married to your partner.

Your relationship must meet 4 aspects of the relationship regarding long – term commitments, financial, household and social aspects.

Your partner must be an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen.

Benefits of a Subclass 309 visa

  • You can stay, study and work in Australia till you are granted a Subclass 100 visa.
  • You have multiple travels between your country and Australia.
  • You can attend free English classes supported by the government.
  • You can become a permanent resident when you are granted a Subclass 100 visa.
  • You can apply for an Australian citizenship if you meet the requirements.

Your children can have school fee exemptions while holding a Subclass 309 and pay no schools fee when holding a PR Subclass 100 visa.

Follow our website for more information about a Subclass 309/100 visa.

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Benefits of Subclass 309/100 visa

Partner Visa (Temporary) – Subclass 820 and Partner Visa (Permanent) – Subclass 801

A Subclass 820 is a temporary visa for a married or de facto couple who wants to live together in Australia. You (applicant) must be onshore when lodging the visa application.

After the visa being granted for 2 years since the time of application lodgement you are eligible to apply for the permanent resident visa – Subclass 801.

Your relationship must be genuine and developing by meeting the 4 aspects of the relationship requirements to apply for this visa. Your partner must be an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen.

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Partner Visa – Subclass 820/801

Benefits of a Subclass 820

  • You can stay, study and work in Australia till you are granted a Subclass 801 visa.
  • You have multiple travels between your country and Australia.
  • You can attend free English classes supported by the government.
  • You can become a permanent resident when you are granted a Subclass 801 visa.
  • You can apply for an Australian citizenship if you meet the requirements.

Contact us for more information or you can visit our website Subclass 820/801 visa

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Benefits of a Subclass 820

Documents and notes when applying for Australian Partner Visas

Documents that need when applying for Australian Partner Visas

Depending on your purposes and circumstances, you (applicant) can choose a different stream. Australian Partner Visas usually required:

  • Identity documents.
  • Health examination certificates.
  • A Marriage certificate (if any).
  • Have written statements about you and your partner’s history of the relationship.
  • Criminal records.
  • Evidence about your relationship regarding financial, domestic, social and long-term commitment aspects. Each applicant has different circumstances, therefore, the required documents may be varied.
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Documents that need when applying for Australian Partner Visas

Notes about Sponsorship for Australian Partner Visas

There is a limitation of partner sponsorship (your sponsor can only sponsor 2 times) and the gap between the sponsorship applications must be at least 5 years. If your relationship is complicated, you need to prepare the application and supporting documents more thoroughly to persuade the case officer of the DHA that your relationship is genuine and developing.

Using a professional and reliable immigration service will save you time, money and obtain the best potential outcome of your visa application. Let VEM assist you!

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Notes about Sponsorship for Australian Partner Visas

Our tips for interviews

Notes about Australian Partner Visas interviews

The questions asked by a case officer may be related to your partner’s personal information, working and daily life. What you have written on your relationship statements would be asked. So be sure that you remember the information you provided.

Be noticed that a case officer may call you at any time to confirm your information. Get yourself ready for unexpected interviews.

Currently, VEM has a special offer for customers who sign a client agreement for a partner visa with us. For more details, you can find out the information on our special offers at VEM.

Some questions you may be asked in the interview

These scenarios and questions that VEM recommended you should prepare for your interview:

  • Your partner’s name, DOB, hometown.
  • Is the relationship between you and your partner going well?
  • Questions about your partner’s occupation, workplace.
  • Your relationship history? How long have you been in the relationship?
  • Have you and your partner been together? If yes for how long?
  • Describe your last trip with your partner.
  • Have you visited your partner in Australia? When?
  • Has your partner visited you in your country? When?
  • Is this your first marriage?
  • Did your partner have children of the previous relationship? If yes, what are their names and how old are they?
  • What is your plan in the future?

There would be many different questions  that may be asked during your interview. To make sure you are well – prepared for your interview, contact VEM for more assistance.

Customers Q&A about Australian Partner Visas

How long does it take to sponsor my spouse?

It depends on whether your application applies onshore or offshore. The processing time for your application applied onshore is from 16 to 23 months and offshore is from 12 – 14 months.

How many times can I sponsor?

There is a limitation on partner sponsorship (a sponsor can only sponsor 2 times) and the gap between the sponsorship application must be at least 5 years (there are exceptional circumstances).

What are the solutions if my application is refused?

If your visa is refused you or your partner can apply for an appeal with the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Book an appointment with one of our migration consultants for detailed advice when you get your visa refused.

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