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Old 10-24-2011, 07:41 AM
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form 80 for spouse visa question

HI guys

I have to fill up form 80 for spouse visa, can someone tell what to write in the question before first question regarding

i am applying for visa for travel to australia two options suite me either
" migrant or temporary residence"
since i am applying for both temporary and permanent spouse visa and since relationship is less than 2 years so chances are for temporary spouse visa, please suggest which option to choose, thanks


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Put permanent residency.


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Put permanent residency.
i am applying from overseas and permanent residence option is for if i apply in australia

what you think i should select " migrant or temporary residence" for spouse visa
thanks


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Old 10-24-2011, 03:52 PM
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Even if you're applying overseas, you need to put permanent residency. You will get a temporary visa that leads to PR, so that is your true intention actually. You are migrating to Australia, not simply staying for a couple of years.

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As aussiegirl said, it's about your intentions, meaning "migrant/permanent residency" since the partner visa is a combined application for temporary and permanent residency at once - you are applying for a permanent visa.


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Old 10-26-2011, 08:37 PM
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Hi there

I have submitted 175 application and have been contacted by CO to submit completed Form 80.

I am single but intend to marry a girl in future. The marriage might take place within around 1 year from now, which means there is no such legal or other form of arrangement. But natrually in future after marriage i would be inviting her to live with me or i might go for a prospective marriage visa.

Q18 on Form 80 requires info about the partner and it includes a term intended spouse. Should i include her name and details in this or just leave this blank.

Please advise.

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Old 10-27-2011, 09:20 AM
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Hi there

I have submitted 175 application and have been contacted by CO to submit completed Form 80.

I am single but intend to marry a girl in future. The marriage might take place within around 1 year from now, which means there is no such legal or other form of arrangement. But natrually in future after marriage i would be inviting her to live with me or i might go for a prospective marriage visa.

Q18 on Form 80 requires info about the partner and it includes a term intended spouse. Should i include her name and details in this or just leave this blank.

Please advise.

Thnx
Yes Australian immigration recognises fiances and de facto (unmarried) partners - you don't even need to be married for her to be a secondary applicant. Defiantely include her and it'll make things easier in the long run.


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tick migrant. I checked with VFS when we did my husbands form 80


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Old 08-20-2012, 12:34 PM
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Hi, does anyone know whether immi will contact myself or/and my partner for the interview?


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Dears,

I am applying for Skilled Independent 189 Visa from overseas. what option should i be selecting on the Form-80 ?

Migrant or Permanent Residency ..

Thanks


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