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Old 09-18-2019, 06:52 AM
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Hi, my wife and I are starting the process of applying for a spousal visa. I was born in Australia but left as a baby.. now having a look at the possibility of moving to Aus.


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Old 09-18-2019, 07:25 AM
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I would recommend to Seek a migration agent. Find a lot of info and just go from there. Is getting very difficult to get Australian visa Atm is very time consume. So make sure apply the right one according to your situation. All the best!


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Old 11-09-2019, 12:14 AM
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Are you an Australian citizen? I assume you are. You will need to apply for a partner visa for her. It takes a lot of paperwork but it is doable. I did mine in 2014: married with an Australian citizen, both living outside of Australia, we had 2 children and had been married 5 years at the time - so enough evidence to prove it was a legit relationship, and it was processed actually pretty quickly (5 months).
Yes it is a lot of work to fill the form and gather all the required documentation, but if you have been living with your wife for long enough (2 years minimum) and have proof that you are in a genuine relationship, then you should have no issues to get her partner visa.


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