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Old 06-23-2010, 05:40 PM
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My husband has got his PR in 2006 valid till may 2011. He got the PR in 2006 dec and left Australia immediately due to some family reason and couldn’t go back till date. He is in India and his PR validity gets over by Jul’2011. My question is

a. Is there any way he can extend his PR, if yes how can this be done
b. If no, when he has to be in Australia and what is the process once he lands there, how the PR can be extended.

request somone to help us further, we are newly married in mar'2010, can i apply for my spouse visa, please advise. Thanks in advance as this will really help us to go further - Emily


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My husband has got his PR in 2006 valid till may 2011. He got the PR in 2006 dec and left Australia immediately due to some family reason and couldn’t go back till date. He is in India and his PR validity gets over by Jul’2011. My question is

a. Is there any way he can extend his PR, if yes how can this be done
b. If no, when he has to be in Australia and what is the process once he lands there, how the PR can be extended.

request somone to help us further, we are newly married in mar'2010, can i apply for my spouse visa, please advise. Thanks in advance as this will really help us to go further - Emily
The basis for PR Emily is that as the name implies, the visa is for taking up permanent residency and eventually citizenship if that is desired.
Five years is considered a reasonable length of time for people to establish themselves in Australia and the PR visa allows people to enter/exit/re-enter within that five years and after that time, if they have not resided for sufficient time to take out citizenship and get an Australian passport, they can get a Resident Return Visa Returning Residents - Visas & Immigration
They can be good for a further five years though there are eligibility conditions to be met and in some cases only a three months RRV may be issued.
You'll also see in the same section, family visas which includes spouses and again like any visa there are eligibility requirements, a lot of posts in the Visas & Immigration section.
One issue that may arise if your husband has not been living in Australia is the Assurance of Support.
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