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Need Some Advice on Application of partner Visa


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Old 07-19-2016, 06:34 AM
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Hello Everyone
i would like to know few things about partner visa application.
Me and my partner are in a relationship for last two years and we have been living together for about a year and half and we are considering for applying onshore partner visa. However my partner does not hold a substantive visa so we know that the visa is going to be declined on the basis for not meeting schedule 3 criteria. what are the other alternatives ?
Applying offshore and wait for 12 to 15 months or apply onshore and wait for decision and take it to AAT. (Its a long time to be separated with each other)
and the other thing we wanted to know is that can my partner apply offshore or apply for 309/100. Does 3 year ban apply on 309/100 application or not.
Anyone been through this kind of situation it would be a great help if we could get some advice on the situation.


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Old 07-19-2016, 07:44 AM
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Best get this advise from a Registered Migration Agent, the ones that regularly post on here are highly recommended by many.

Good luck with the schedule 3 if you go that way.


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Old 07-19-2016, 08:26 AM
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Where is your partner from? Alot of the offshore partner visa's take less than 12 months.

I am not sure if you are aware but the AAT may not be successful therefore you would need to apply offshore anyway.

I would see a registered migration agent as schedule 3 is not easy to beat.

Offshore partner applications are not subject to the 3 year ban.


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Old 07-19-2016, 08:33 AM
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My partner is from india. Offshore processing is taking up to 15 months . Is there any other visa which my partner can apply after the application of PMV.


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My partner is from india. Offshore processing is taking up to 15 months . Is there any other visa which my partner can apply after the application of PMV.
A Visitor Visa.

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Old 07-19-2016, 08:40 AM
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A Visitor Visa would be subject to a 3 year ban in this case at a guess. (Not much info supplied)


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Thanks for replying. I dont think my partner can apply for tourist visa.


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No she can't get a tourist visa she be would be subject to a 3 year ban. I am not sure why you would apply for a PMV when you have lived together for more than 12 months.

It is better to go offshore and do it now than wait and have to do it in a couple of years time.


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Old 07-19-2016, 10:16 AM
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Thanks mish we are just looking for alternatives without being apart from each other. But yes its hard and difficult to satisfy schedule 3 requirements as compelling reasons cant be made of no where.


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Old 07-21-2016, 09:47 PM
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Hi Mish,

I have a question regarding payslips, can we submit payslips from overseas countries, Is it acceptable ? Also in 40 SP it's asking about type of accommodation, if we are living overseas what answer we put there, I mean it's asking description of dwelling, or do we understand this question wrong !? Lastly we need to submit receipts about presents or rent certificates but some of them are in Arabic, do we need to translate them ?

Thank You


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