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Old 10-16-2012, 07:47 PM
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Help With De Facto Visa

Hi,

I am currently home in Ireland after a one year WHV and my partner is just starting his 2nd year visa(he did the regional,I didnt).Hes hoping to get sponsored so I can go back but he says that may not happen until another 6 months. I am thinking about trying to go over in about 3 months time on a tourist visa and then when he gets sponsored, go on his visa,few questions if anyone can help......

If they put a no further stay condition on my tourist visa, can I then not go on my partners visa??

Will being at home for 6 months affect the living together requirement? We are together almost 4 years and plenty evidence of living together.

When applying for tourist visa should I mention my partner is over there??

Any help greatly appreciated,very stressed and just want to get back there asap


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Old 10-16-2012, 09:06 PM
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Hi,

I am currently home in Ireland after a one year WHV and my partner is just starting his 2nd year visa(he did the regional,I didnt).Hes hoping to get sponsored so I can go back but he says that may not happen until another 6 months. I am thinking about trying to go over in about 3 months time on a tourist visa and then when he gets sponsored, go on his visa,few questions if anyone can help......

If they put a no further stay condition on my tourist visa, can I then not go on my partners visa??

Will being at home for 6 months affect the living together requirement? We are together almost 4 years and plenty evidence of living together.

When applying for tourist visa should I mention my partner is over there??

Any help greatly appreciated,very stressed and just want to get back there asap
Hi, you can try to apply for a tourist visa on your own, lessen the possibility of NFS condition. If your partner will get sponsorship, for a defacto partner visa the main requirement is the sponsor has to be a permanent resident. Maybe try to apply for tourist visa if your bf has a permanent residency already so that he wil be eligible to sponsor u. As of other visa im not familiar of. Best of luck!

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Thanks so much for your reply. I dont understand the bit that he has to be a permanent resident as I know lots of people that have been sponsored on a 457 Visa and put their gf's on their visas and they are not permanent residents, maybe thats a different type of visa?? He's only on a 2nd year visa.....yeah I will be applying for a tourist visa on my own, I take it when applying I shouldn't mention ill be looking to go on a de facto, just say im going for tourism?


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Old 10-17-2012, 01:10 AM
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Thanks so much for your reply. I dont understand the bit that he has to be a permanent resident as I know lots of people that have been sponsored on a 457 Visa and put their gf's on their visas and they are not permanent residents, maybe thats a different type of visa?? He's only on a 2nd year visa.....yeah I will be applying for a tourist visa on my own, I take it when applying I shouldn't mention ill be looking to go on a de facto, just say im going for tourism?
-yes dont mention anything about that. Cause if u have NFS condition it means u cannot apply any other visa while u r inside Oz. Maybe u can look more about it on that 457 visa rather than defacto partner 309 visa.

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Old 10-17-2012, 04:53 PM
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Thanks, No we not looking for the 309 just for me to be put on his 457. There shouldnt be a problem just worried about the length of time im at home waiting for him to get it, that it would affect the living together requirement.


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