Onshore Partner visas include the temporary subclass 820 (Prospective) Partner visa and permanent subclass 801 (Migrant) Partner visa.
Offshore Partner visas include temporary subclass 309 (Prospective) Partner visa, permanent subclass 100 (Migrant) Partner visa, and the temporary subclass 300 (Fiancé) Prospective Partner visa.
There are several visa issues to consider for Partner visa applications. Which visa type you choose depends on where you are currently located, where you want to live whilst waiting for the visa to be granted, and your eligibility for the visa. You can also link the partner application process to shorter term visas that allow you to travel to and from Australia during the application process. In some situations, you can add dependent children to your application.
It is important to plan your visa process and pathway so that you get the best outcome, in the shortest time and with the least stress. The best way to understand your specific visa situation, options, and pathway for migration is to consult an experienced practitioner.
We have 25 years’ experience in handling Australian Partner applications and sponsorships. We are aware and familiar with the many different types of relationship situations from many different countries and cultures. Each person is different, we will work with you to obtain your desired outcomes with an effective and efficient process.
Start by calling or emailing us to set up a consultation time and get going in the right future direction.