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Hi there,

I am a canadian citizen married to an australian citizen for 12 years. We have been living in Canada for the last 12 years.

We are now wanting return to Australia permanantly and we are looking to apply for an off-shore partner migration visa for myself. My question is because we have already been married and sharing our lives together for 12 years will I be exempt from the temporary visa and be elligiable for the permanent visa, not having to wait the two year period? I am asking this because on the australian immigration website I read that this was possible. Has anyone had this experience?


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Hi there,

I am a canadian citizen married to an australian citizen for 12 years. We have been living in Canada for the last 12 years.

We are now wanting return to Australia permanantly and we are looking to apply for an off-shore partner migration visa for myself. My question is because we have already been married and sharing our lives together for 12 years will I be exempt from the temporary visa and be elligiable for the permanent visa, not having to wait the two year period? I am asking this because on the australian immigration website I read that this was possible. Has anyone had this experience?
Yes you should qualify for the SC 100 visa, just make a note in your cover letter on the application that, that is what you want to apply for and in the application 47 SP

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Yes you should qualify for the SC 100 visa, just make a note in your cover letter on the application that, that is what you want to apply for and in the application 47 SP

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Hi Kttykat,

Could you be more specific. What is this SC 100 visa called? It doesn't appear to be anywhere on the website.


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Hi Kttykat,

Could you be more specific. What is this SC 100 visa called? It doesn't appear to be anywhere on the website.
The offshore partner application is the 309/100 the 100 is the second part of the application after 2 years. In your case you would go straight to that.

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great, thanks for your help.


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