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Baby due in 3 weeks, what VISA to get?


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Old 03-05-2016, 11:11 AM
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Baby due in 3 weeks, what VISA to get?

Would really appreciate any advice, I've scoured these forums for similar stories and looked over the gov website a fair bit but I'm still unclear on what to apply for.

I'm from the UK but my partner (who's a girl) is an Australian citizen, our baby girl is due in 3 weeks. I'm currently here on a Working Holiday (Temporary) (class TZ) Working Holiday (subclass 417) visa (entered the country at the start of Feb) and I spent 6 months before that back in the UK kind of separated from my partner, although we stayed in communication daily but from a defacto point of view I guess we were separated.

Before that I was on three separate instances of a 3 month Temporary Work (subclass 400) visa, on the first one, well over a year ago now we became partners.

What is the best option to apply for to become a permanent resident?

I may have an option of a sponsor, or I could apply for skilled migration (but I've heard that's quite hard). I started a business during the 6 months back in the UK, if there is anyway I could instead bring it to Australia that would be my ideal outcome (although I'm doubtful of that).

Any advice would be really appreciated.


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Register the relationship if you can and apply for a partner visa before your WHV expires.

You have provided no information about your qualifications and work experience, so it is not possible to advise about employer sponsored or skilled visas without more information.

www.ausvisa.net.au

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