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Old 02-21-2016, 08:32 PM
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Direct consideration for permanent partner visa 100

Hi Guys,

I just realized that we could be granted a permanent partner visa subclass 100 if you have been in a partner relationship with your partner for 3 years or more.
Unfortunately we forgot about this and just applied for 309/100 visa yesterday.
We met on 2nd march 2013 and it would be three years next week.

What are the changes of getting considered for subclass 100 and can i remind the CO in some way, may be mention that in the relationship statement?

Thanks
Jesin


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Old 02-21-2016, 09:00 PM
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You say you MET on 2nd March 2013.
Immigration do say that it isn't the day you met, but the date you actually committed to a relationship, that the relationship is counted from.

We need prove that date somehow. eg: living together etc.

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Hi Guys,

I just realized that we could be granted a permanent partner visa subclass 100 if you have been in a partner relationship with your partner for 3 years or more.
Unfortunately we forgot about this and just applied for 309/100 visa yesterday.
We met on 2nd march 2013 and it would be three years next week.

What are the changes of getting considered for subclass 100 and can i remind the CO in some way, may be mention that in the relationship statement?

Thanks
Jesin
Hey Jesin,

The possibility of having the partner permanent visa granted depends on the evidence you've provided in your application. If you have supplied evidence for the entire 3 years or more on the date of application, chances are the high commission will automatically grant the subclass 100.
"At the time you apply, you have been in a partner relationship with your partner for 3 years or more" as per the partner migration booklet.

All partner visa applicants apply for both the temporary and the permanent partner visa together. DIBP approves the visa that the applicant is eligible for based on the documents supplied for the length of the relationship. You can however submit a statement explaining that you've been with your partner for 3 years or longer. Decision is going to be theres.
Hope this helps. Good Luck!

Kind Regards,
Becky

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Thanks Becky and JandE for the quick response.

just had one more doubt regarding the 40SP part of the application online.
I am creating my own immi account and going to fill the
"Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia (300,309/100,820/801)"
section. is that the right way or should i use my wifes(applicant) immi account to fill in 40SP.

Also, when i go to the attach document section of my wifes immi account, I have my name as well in it and separate attach documents section in there.
I am just confused about where to upload all my(sponsor) related documents. is it enough that i attach it after i fill 40SP in my immi account?
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Thanks Becky and JandE for the quick response.

just had one more doubt regarding the 40SP part of the application online.
I am creating my own immi account and going to fill the
"Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia (300,309/100,820/801)"
section. is that the right way or should i use my wifes(applicant) immi account to fill in 40SP.

Also, when i go to the attach document section of my wifes immi account, I have my name as well in it and separate attach documents section in there.
I am just confused about where to upload all my(sponsor) related documents. is it enough that i attach it after i fill 40SP in my immi account?
Thanks
jesi

Hey Jesin,

No problem
Sorry I'm not the best person to answer questions about the online process. Both my applications were paper.
Other seniors will be able to assist I'm sure.
Good Luck

Kind Regards,
Becky

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Thanks Becky and JandE for the quick response.

just had one more doubt regarding the 40SP part of the application online.
I am creating my own immi account and going to fill the
"Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia (300,309/100,820/801)"
section. is that the right way or should i use my wifes(applicant) immi account to fill in 40SP.

Also, when i go to the attach document section of my wifes immi account, I have my name as well in it and separate attach documents section in there.
I am just confused about where to upload all my(sponsor) related documents. is it enough that i attach it after i fill 40SP in my immi account?
Thanks
jesi
We used just the one IMMI account for both the 47SP (Applicant) and 40SP (Sponsor).
It seems much easier. Everything in one place.

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Thanks Becky and JandE for the quick response.

just had one more doubt regarding the 40SP part of the application online.
I am creating my own immi account and going to fill the
"Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia (300,309/100,820/801)"
section. is that the right way or should i use my wifes(applicant) immi account to fill in 40SP.

Also, when i go to the attach document section of my wifes immi account, I have my name as well in it and separate attach documents section in there.
I am just confused about where to upload all my(sponsor) related documents. is it enough that i attach it after i fill 40SP in my immi account?
Thanks
jesi
We used one account for both.

You upload the documents after you submit and we just attached the ID stuff to my name and everything else to my husband's.


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Thanks Becky, JandE and Mish for you replies.

Damn, I used a separate immi account to fill 40SP. I hope that it should not be an issue.
I know i am going off topic, but i have another question about
"Date applicant and sponsor committed to a shared life together to the exclusion of all other"

Ours was an traditional arranged marriage. So, u know , we first decide to marry and then become close to each other and fall in love.

So we first met at her parents house at early March 2013, decided to marry and got married on Sep 2013. So in our mind we were committed to shared life from March 2013.
I have submtted the application giving sep2013 as the date we committed to shared life, ie our date of marriage ie when we started living together. I am wondering if i should correct that give that date as march 2013 when we first met. We were obviously not living together but were in contact almost evey day on skype and have the call records for that. Is that sufficient.

Please let me know what you guys think

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It is the date that you consider yourself with that person and not dating other people. If you believe it is March then put March.

Just remember when counting the 3 years for straight to PR if you do not live together prior to marriage the 3 years is taken from the marriage date.

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It is the date that you consider yourself with that person and not dating other people. If you believe it is March then put March.

Just remember when counting the 3 years for straight to PR if you do not live together prior to marriage the 3 years is taken from the marriage date.
Thanks Mish, really appreciate your quick reply


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