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can i get a visa?


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Old 01-15-2012, 07:43 AM
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can i get a visa?

Hi there,

I am an American and my partner is Irish. I have been to Oz already on a working holiday visa and my partner has also. He has done his 3 months farmwork and has a second year visa which he has not yet used. We are both trying to go back to Oz but I am finding it difficult to find a visa that would allow me to work/live in Oz (he has his 2nd year that he could use).

This is our plan:

Go back to Oz together (me on a tourist visa and him on his second year visa and see if he could get sponsored (he is a qualified plasterer which is on the skilled migrant list). If so, we would apply for a Defacto visa (me attached to his visa). We have been together a year.

Does anyone know if a foreigner is allowed to attach another foreigner to their visa if sponsored by an employer (go defacto) ?

Some other info about me: I also have a degree in business management...i'm not sure if that would allow me to get a skilled migrant visa? Doesn't appear so.

Any advice would be much appreciated!

Thanks


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Old 01-15-2012, 08:31 AM
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Hi,
Firstly are you aware a second WHV commences immediately after the first finishes? It lasts 1 year from that date so effectively 2 years after entering Australia on the first WHV you need a new visa or to leave. From your post it appears you are both offshore.

Secondly I suggest you look at the visa wizard on the immigration website to see if either of you are able to apply for a skilled migrant visa. If for example you are, you can list your partner as a secondary applicant. Vice Versa.

http://www.immi.gov.au/visawizard/


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