Permanent Partner Visa – Subclass 100 & 801
If you are in a fiancé, married or de facto relationship with your partner who is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand Citizen, then the last step in staying permanently in Australia with them are either the Partner – Migrant, Subclass 100 and Partner – Residence, Subclass 801 visa.
“Thank you so much Julie & Justene for all of the help & assistance that you provided Amelia & I when we applied for our Fiancé Visa & Partner Visa. Both Amelia & I believe that there is not another immigration service here in Perth that could provide such professionalism with honesty, trust & empathy to their clients, as yours. We would like to recommend to anyone who is thinking of enlisting the help of an Immigration agency, not to go past 888 Migration Services”
Zane and Amelia Hunt – Prospective Marriage & Partner Visa – Subclasses 300 & 820
Once you have resided in Australia with your spouse for two years on either a subclass 820 or subclass 309 visa, the Department of Immigration & Border Protection will contact you or your migration agent (If you used one in the previous application) and you will be given around 60 days to apply for your permanent residence.
In order to be granted any type of partner visa (309, 820, 300, 100, 801 or 461), there are significant document requirements that you will have to provide DIBP with in order to prove that you are in a genuine monogamous and continuing relationship
Need Professional Help With The Application Process?
The Visa application process is difficult. It is common for self-prepared applications to get rejected. We know how important it is that your application is approved and we are here to make sure that it does.
If you would like to have your application managed by experts who can get you the best outcome, then call 888 Migration Services and talk with us about how we can help.
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