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hi it's my first time to read threads in this website and i find everything here very helpful and interesting.

well here's my story. my partner and i (Filipinos, same sex relationship) recently have been granted our visa. i am the one taking up my master's degree. and my partner has the same visa as i am with slightly different conditions since she is coming as my dependent and not as a student. anyway we've been trying to find threads about moving the next step which is applying for permanent residence after i graduate. i know it's too early to think about this. but i jst want to know what happens next for us. i have read of threads about permanent residence but i couldnt seem to find people who are in the same case as we are.

i just want to know if:

1.) if it is automatic that if i would apply and be granted a permanent residence, she would also be granted her's? or does she still need to apply separately and fulfill the points that is required for PR application?


2.) can anyone please give me information on what we should do in applying for permanent residence

3.) i am taking up my master's degree which is for about a year and a half, full time. is it possible to still apply even if i dont meet the 2 year requirement for an education? because i have read that i need a 2-year full time education to be able to quialify for the application of PR.

we are leaving on march 15 and classes start on march 19 this year.
it's still is confusing for the both if us and we are very eager to know what we should do to be able to both be granted permanent residence because we really wanna live in australia



thanks and im hoping to have a great experience here in this site. :)
 

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Hi @chacharov!

I'm not sure if you are still reading this forum but I'm hoping you still are. I'll soon be doing my Postgrad Research Work in Aussie next year and I want to bring with me my de facto partner (same sex) of almost 3 years now. But my concern is we spent 2 years of it away from each other because I'm in Korea for my MS (he is in the Philippines). But before coming to Korea, we were living together and when I had my vacations, I always stayed with him. My question is how did you prove your de facto relationship and had your visa granted? What are the documents you submitted to support your application?

I am hoping you will still reply. Thanks. And for anyone who has any idea on this, please share them. :)
 

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Hey Markier87!

I found your post after an exhaustive google search and I would like to know how you did it, because I'm in the exact same situation!

Help!

Best regards, hope you still use this e-mail.
 

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Hey Markier87!

I found your post after an exhaustive google search and I would like to know how you did it, because I'm in the exact same situation!

Help!

Best regards, hope you still use this e-mail.
Hi @philipz!

I apologize for this late response. I am not sure if you already got you visa or not. I will be happy to help you out if you still haven't.

Will check this email more regularly now then. :)
 

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Hey @markier87 ,
I'm still at step 0!

I'm assuming you have mastered this by now lol.

I need all the help I can get with this! Is there a faster way to talk?

Thanks
 

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Hey @markier87 ,
I'm still at step 0!

I'm assuming you have mastered this by now lol.

I need all the help I can get with this! Is there a faster way to talk?

Thanks
Hi @philipz!

I will try to help as much as I can. You can email me directly here. Or if you a social media account, I can search you up, maybe that can be faster.

Regards,
markier87
 
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