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Old 05-04-2017, 06:54 AM
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Partner Visa, Uk and Australian Citizen

Hi there.

My partner and sponsor is Australian by birth and also has Brittish passport, long time ago she sponsored another partner in the uk, they got divorced, should we report that, showing also the divorce certificate? I don't think she has anymore the marriage certificate.

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Hi there.

My partner and sponsor is Australian by birth and also has Brittish passport, long time ago she sponsored another partner in the uk, they got divorced, should we report that, showing also the divorce certificate? I don't think she has anymore the marriage certificate.

Thanks
When you fill in the application form for the visa it will ask you if she's ever been a sponsor before so you declare it there. Also, later on in the application, it asks for previous relationships, they don't ask for proof of marriage etc but you just need to fill in the details they ask for (ex date of birth, start and end date of relationship and why it ended etc).

Hope this helps!


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Sorry, I misread your question! She was a sponsor in the UK, right? I don't think they ask that, they want to know if she's sponsored anyone previously in Australia so I don't think you have to declare that (not 100% sure though).

She would still need to declare her previous marriage though as I mentioned above.


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Thanks a lot, it actually helps a lot.


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You're most welcome!

This is the paper form of the application for the 820/801 onshore visa, form 47SP. Go down to question 63 and you'll see what I was talking about

https://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents/47sp.pdf


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