If you are looking for information on a Partner visa Australia you have come to the right place.In this article we cover Partner visas and also migration options for the dependent children of migrating persons.
Partner visas are possible where the following relationships exist:
All of these persons may be eligible to apply for a Partner visa.
This is a visa for persons who are married to or in a de facto relationship with an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or an eligible NZ citizen, where the applicant is outside of Australia when applying for the visa. This is a temporary Partner visa Australia, and this Subclass 309 visa then leads to Permanent Residency through the Partner visa (subclass 100).
This is a permanent visa that you would apply for after your Subclass 309 Partner visa application Australia is granted. There are rules about when you can apply for this visas, and obviously you must still be in a genuine and continuing relationship with your Australian Sponsor.
This visa is for persons who are already in Australia and who are married to or in a de facto relationship with an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident, or eligible NZ citizen. The Subclass 820 visa, if granted, is a temporary Partner visa Australia, but it can lead to a permanent visa (Permanent Residency) through the Subclass 801 visa.
The Subclass 801 visa is a permanent visa that you would apply for after your Subclass 820 Partner visa application Australia is granted. There are rules about when you can apply for this visas, and obviously you must still be in a genuine and continuing relationship with your Australian Sponsor.
This visa is commonly referred to as the ‘Fiancé visa’ as it is for persons who are engaged to an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible NZ citizen. The Prospective Marriage,if granted, leads to the Subclass 820 visa.
If you have dependent children and you choose not to include them in your application for a Subclass 309 or 820 application, you can still include them in your migration to Australia through the Dependent Child visa. This is a temporary visa for a child or stepchild of a parent who holds a temporary Partner visa. Once this visa is granted, the dependent child can be added to the subclass 100 or 801 application.
A big consideration when thinking about the Partner visa is the cost – the Australian Government Visa Application Charge.Currently, the Partner visa Australia cost for the visa subclasses 300, 309 and 820 is $7715.
Getting Help with Your Partner Visa Application: It is the law in Australia that all Migration Agents based in Australia must be Registered. This is why it’s so important to deal only with Registered Agents! At Australian Visa Advice (AVA) all of our Migration Agents are Registered. Feel free to contact us today!
Written by Luke ©2019