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Old 06-02-2016, 12:14 PM
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Help with visa question

Hi there, I'm a bit lost in regards to which visa my partner is eligible for. I'm guessing the Partner visa is our only option as he does not have a skilled profession. The problem is I am a British citizen but my family immigrated to Australia when I was 1 years old and I lived there my entire life until I went traveling and ended up staying in the Netherlands for the past 7 years. I'm worried that I will not be considered a permanent resident anymore and therefore he won't be able to apply for a partner visa. I really just want to go home and bring my partner with me. Does anyone have any advice? How can I find out my status?


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Hi there, I'm a bit lost in regards to which visa my partner is eligible for. I'm guessing the Partner visa is our only option as he does not have a skilled profession. The problem is I am a British citizen but my family immigrated to Australia when I was 1 years old and I lived there my entire life until I went traveling and ended up staying in the Netherlands for the past 7 years. I'm worried that I will not be considered a permanent resident anymore and therefore he won't be able to apply for a partner visa. I really just want to go home and bring my partner with me. Does anyone have any advice? How can I find out my status?
Permanent resident visas do not expire, but the right to enter Australia does.
Depending upon dates and your contacts in Australia, you might have a viable pathway to return to Australia.
If you go to my website and use the contact form I will have a look at your case, if you want me to.

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