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Partner visa(820) on shore as a Student


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Old 05-01-2016, 01:57 AM
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Hi,

My wife has got a student visa and has been on graduate visa before that. We have been in a relationship for last 4 years and last month we got legally married. Her student visa is about to expire in 4 months.

As evidence we have marriage certificate, lease of a apartment under our names, wedding photos with our families and relations.

We don't have long history. Can she apply for Partner visa(820)?


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Hi,

My wife has got a student visa and has been on graduate visa before that. We have been in a relationship for last 4 years and last month we got legally married. Her student visa is about to expire in 4 months.

As evidence we have marriage certificate, lease of a apartment under our names, wedding photos with our families and relations.

We don't have long history. Can she apply for Partner visa(820)?


If you are an Australian citizen or PR than you you can sponsor her for an 820/801 visa.

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If you are an Australian citizen or PR than you you can sponsor her for an 820/801 visa.
Thanks for your response. I am a permanent resident. Question is would they consider us as a genuine case given that we would be married for 5 months before 820 application. It is a short history. Also she has been on other visas (572, 485) before this application.

Are these going to be problems or is this a easy case. What do we need to do to improve our chance.


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I applied for a spouse visa for my wife after we had been married for 2 months. It was sucessful. We just celebrated our 40th anniversary.

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