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If my partner is here in Australia on a tourist visa and we apply for a De Facto Partner Visa while she is here and our relationship becomes a 3-year long-term relationship during her visa period, will Immigration address that automatically or do we need to apply differently than for a shorter de facto period?

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If my partner is here in Australia on a tourist visa and we apply for a De Facto Partner Visa while she is here and our relationship becomes a 3-year long-term relationship during her visa period, will Immigration address that automatically or do we need to apply differently than for a shorter de facto period?

Thanks for any advice.
It's an at time of application requirement. You need to have been de facto/married for three years or more at time of application (and prove it with evidence), or two years or more if there's a child of the relationship (already born), to be considered. Time after applying doesn't count towards that.

There's no difference in visa applications for length of relationship; it's the same visa.
 
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