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Old 06-16-2016, 05:36 AM
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Partner Visa requirement help

Hi,

So my partner and I would like to apply for the partner visa as a de facto relationship. So just some background information, she was on a bridging visa with her company but they decided to drop her since she couldn't work nights.

I have been together with her for a year and we have evidence to back that up with trips together and living together for parts of the relationship. She currently lives by herself closer to her work for now.

I'm going to go find an immigration agent to assist, but just looking for more information considering what they might look for. I've been told that they are a lot harsher on people who have just had their (bridging) visa dropped.

So now we have 28 days to sort out her visa issues, along with anything else. I've also heard that we should register our relationship but wondering if doing that now would hurt our chances.

Any suggestions or just general feedback?


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Old 06-16-2016, 06:14 AM
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If her bridging visa has been dropped (not sure what that means) it sounds like she might actually be without a visa right now?

I'm not sure - your explanation is a little confusing on that front. Apologies.

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Old 06-16-2016, 06:17 AM
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Is she on a bridging visa? The post is not clear.

If she is on a bridging visa best to go offshore and apply for a partner visa. If she applies onshore from a bridging visa she will be subject to schedule 3 and they are not easy.


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Old 06-16-2016, 08:21 AM
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Hi,

So my partner and I would like to apply for the partner visa as a de facto relationship. So just some background information, she was on a bridging visa with her company but they decided to drop her since she couldn't work nights.

I have been together with her for a year and we have evidence to back that up with trips together and living together for parts of the relationship. She currently lives by herself closer to her work for now.

I'm going to go find an immigration agent to assist, but just looking for more information considering what they might look for. I've been told that they are a lot harsher on people who have just had their (bridging) visa dropped.

So now we have 28 days to sort out her visa issues, along with anything else. I've also heard that we should register our relationship but wondering if doing that now would hurt our chances.

Any suggestions or just general feedback?
From what you have posted you circumstances are not clear.
May I suggest that you consult a registered migration agent for advice about strategy?

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Old 06-16-2016, 12:41 PM
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I believe registering your relationship is always helpful.


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