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Which visa? Partner visa or fiancee visa?


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Old 01-21-2018, 11:41 AM
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Which visa? Partner visa or fiancee visa?

Hello everyone. I need an advise. I been here in Australia since last year June 10 with my daughter whom my partner will shortly apply for Australian citizenship for our daughter. Our visa expires June 2018. I am asking for your opinion on what visa is appropriate for us to stay here for good. I hope someone can answer and help me. Thank you everyone.


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