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Help for apply partner visa subclass 820 onshore australia...

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Can anyone help what to prepare for partner visa subclass 820 applying onshore Australia, Can some help me where to start, im confuse about the checklist.. Is there anyone here in forum apply the partner visa 820 onshore, can u help me what are the requirments? is it still the same all the requirements when u apply the PMV..Pls someone help me and give me the list of the requirements for PARTNER VISA SUBCLASS 820.. Thank you in advance..

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Hi,

Have you looked at the booklet from the immigration website?
Is there something in particular your confused about?


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Hello everyone,
Can anyone help what to prepare for partner visa subclass 820 applying onshore Australia, Can some help me where to start, im confuse about the checklist.. Is there anyone here in forum apply the partner visa 820 onshore, can u help me what are the requirments? is it still the same all the requirements when u apply the PMV..Pls someone help me and give me the list of the requirements for PARTNER VISA SUBCLASS 820.. Thank you in advance..
1. Get ready to invest some serious time researching this visa
2. Read through the directions on the DIAC website for 820/801 application
3. Read the partner migration booklet on the DIAC website
4. Download and read the forms that you need to complete to lodge your 820/801 application
5. Read the sticky on this forum about applying for 820/801 visa.

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We spent 3 months researching what was necessary and collecting information such as police reports, birth certificates, etc, for the 801/820 visa before I came here. Then we spent the whole three months of my eta visa here, putting it all together how they want it. We filed in person on the day my eta visa expired. That was Feb 23rd, 2012. We are still waiting to be assigned a co. Patience is a virtue that this process forces one to deal with. Australia is like the American south... Nothing happens fast here.


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Hi everyone,

Me and my partner met in November 2012 when i was on my working holiday visa, soon after we have met i had to move to Philippines to work, 6 month after me and my partner decided that we want to be together. I just came to Australia and moved in with my partner. My current working holiday visa is running out in 2 months leaving me with no time to do min of 88 days of fruit peaking to extend it. We are both done the research and will be applying for temporarily visa sublass 820, but the only problem is we havent lived together for 12 month, would that mean that we still can apply for temporarily onshore visa but on a sponsor bases? Could anyone help to maybe suggest any other options or point in a right direction?
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Me and my partner met in November 2012 when i was on my working holiday visa, soon after we have met i had to move to Philippines to work, 6 month after me and my partner decided that we want to be together. I just came to Australia and moved in with my partner. My current working holiday visa is running out in 2 months leaving me with no time to do min of 88 days of fruit peaking to extend it. We are both done the research and will be applying for temporarily visa sublass 820, but the only problem is we havent lived together for 12 month, would that mean that we still can apply for temporarily onshore visa but on a sponsor bases? Could anyone help to maybe suggest any other options or point in a right direction?
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Where in Australia do you live? I would suggest you register the relationship if possible, to waive the 12 months living together requirement. If you have 2 months left before your visa expires I would get started on collecting evidence asap! It's a lot of work putting together a 820.

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Hi everyone,

Me and my partner met in November 2012 when i was on my working holiday visa, soon after we have met i had to move to Philippines to work, 6 month after me and my partner decided that we want to be together. I just came to Australia and moved in with my partner. My current working holiday visa is running out in 2 months leaving me with no time to do min of 88 days of fruit peaking to extend it. We are both done the research and will be applying for temporarily visa sublass 820, but the only problem is we havent lived together for 12 month, would that mean that we still can apply for temporarily onshore visa but on a sponsor bases? Could anyone help to maybe suggest any other options or point in a right direction?
Many thanks,

Kate
If you wish to apply for 820 the 12 month requirement can be waived by registering your relationship (which you can do in any state except for WA). This does not waive any other requirement so you will still need to provide substantial evidence that your relationship is a genuine and exclusive long term commitment to each other. I'm not certain but I believe that getting married would also waive the 12 month requirement although, again, you would still have to substantiate the relationship.

If these are not options for you, you may also consider applying offshore for a partner visa or prospective marriage visa. I'm not as familiar with the requirements for these, or your options for work sponsorship because that's not the route I took with Aus immigration.

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Whitney & Lindaa thank you quick reply!

We both live together in Molendinar. When we did ring up Visa department and told them that we haven't lived together for 12 month and if we still can we go for temporary partner visa to extend my stay for another 12 month, during which we would be living together, they said it is possible but didn't say how. When we looked at Onshore temporary visa requirements it only gives 2 options, prospective marriage and defacto relationships ( at least 12 months living together ) but then there is also an option with my partner sponsoring me during my stay in Australia. Could i look at it as my 3rd option? Which i am at the moment.

Both me and my Partner already spoke about marriage and it is something that we would do in the future. It would be mentioned in our statements. Is it something that the government will take into consideration too?

Also, i am confused with Character and Penal Clearance. I am a resident of UK and currently have my Holiday working visa, so technically i already have been assessed with police checks. If i still have to provide it, how do i get all this information from Australia?

I already filled out 47SP, 40SP and Form 80. Regarding the documentation, i have birth certificate, passport, degree form, Criminal Reference Background form from the past. I must be missing something, because it looks too easy, and we all know it is not.

Thank you again!

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The application for a Partner Visa 820 means that your partner will be sponsoring your stay in Australia, and requires you to have lived together for 12 months, have your relationship registered in Australia or be married. This is the only way your partner can sponsor you.

In QLD it is easy to register the relationship and this would waive the 12 month living together rule. So the way I see it that is your only option (unless you can get a work sponsorship, a student visa or similar). But there is a LOT of evidence that you will need for your application (especially when you haven't lived together for 12 months) besides filling out the forms, providing relevant ID documents and police certifcates (from all countires you've lived in for more than 12 months the past 10 years).

I would recommend you start by looking through what can be found about the visa on the immi site, then the booklet (http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/booklets/1127.pdf) and there are also a lot of helpful posts here on the forum - like http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...visa-tips.html

EDIT: Regarding the police checks you would have to have them done again, as they are only valid for 12 months for immigration purposes. For the Australian one, have a look at this site: http://www.afp.gov.au/what-we-do/pol...ce-checks.aspx

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