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student's partner visa on-shore

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Old 08-19-2013, 02:40 AM
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Hi guys,
i'm in Australia on a Tourist visa to visit my partner who is studyng here.We are from different countries but we have been living together for 12 months and more but we spent the last 2 months separated cause i went back to my country for work and she started to study english in australia.

Now I would like to apply for a dependent visa ON HER STUDENT VISA, i don t have "no further stay condition" on my visa so my question is:

-What visa do i have to apply for?

-How much does it cost?

-Normally how long does it takes to receive an answer?

Every further information will be very appreciated.

Thanks a lot!


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