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Old 07-08-2018, 05:02 PM
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I will be sponsoring my American partner of 2 years to come to Australia and I think the 309 is the best way for us as opposed to the 820. What I would like to know is, when the 309 is granted is it mandatory that he come and reside in Australia immediately, and if so must he stay or can he still work in the USA until his contract is finished?


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