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309 Visa - time required in Australia after approval

Currently my wife (the Australian) and I are living outside of Australia. We maybe living outside of Australia for many years to come or we could move to Australia in a couple of months. The time frame will all vary based on jobs, children, etc. But, the eventual reality is that we will at some point be domiciled in Australia. So the question for me is when do I apply for my visa?

Ideally I would like to get it as soon as possible that way we can both easily head back to Australia on a moments notice even if that happened to be 3 years from now. But it this realistic or is problematic. I haven't been able to find any specific details but it appears that after an approved 309 I would have to make a least one trip to Australia within a certain time frame. If that's really the only requirement, then it really isn't too big of a deal.

But, can it really be a simple as making one trip to Australia, while spending the 2 year temporary period abroad, getting a permanent visa while abroad, and then finally making the move say 3 years from now.


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Requirements are spelt out under first entry here: Spouse Visa: Offshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 309 and 100)

And as you can see it is tied in with health examination etc.

Goes on to say that if you're overseas when the two years comes up they'll send documentation to nearest overseas office.





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Requirements are spelt out under first entry here: Spouse Visa: Offshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 309 and 100)

And as you can see it is tied in with health examination etc.

Goes on to say that if you're overseas when the two years comes up they'll send documentation to nearest overseas office.
hi! i hope you can help me with this
i got married just this year to a permanent resident in sydney, me and my husband are both filipinos and i was left here in the philippines. i applied for spouse visa and finally it was granted.

the problem is that, i found out that the man i married is having an affair with a married girl back in sydney and the girl was pregnant. i am not sure if they had it aborted. he also changed a lot after the marriage and has been so disrespectful. i found out a lot about him, things he didn't show prior to our marriage. aside from that, i didn't know that he has 4 children to different girls he didn't marry.

my parents are in Brisbane, and i am planning to go straight to my mom instead of living with him. it's hard to take a risk living with a person who is a liar and cheater.

if i chose not to live with him, will i be sent back to the philippines without having the two-year-provisional stay completed? it is because he has been threatening me that if i didn't go to him, he can just call the immigration and they would just immediately send me back to the philippines...

help me please, he has already ruined my dream and my life.


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Requirements are spelt out under first entry here: Spouse Visa: Offshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 309 and 100)

And as you can see it is tied in with health examination etc.

Goes on to say that if you're overseas when the two years comes up they'll send documentation to nearest overseas office.
hi! i hope you can help me with this
i got married just this year to a permanent resident in sydney, me and my husband are both filipinos and i was left here in the philippines. i applied for spouse visa and finally it was granted.

the problem is that, i found out that the man i married is having an affair with a married girl back in sydney and the girl was pregnant. i am not sure if they had it aborted. he also changed a lot after the marriage and has been so disrespectful. i found out a lot about him, things he didn't show prior to our marriage. aside from that, i didn't know that he has 4 children to different girls he didn't marry.

my parents are in Brisbane, and i am planning to go straight to my mom instead of living with him. it's hard to take a risk living with a person who is a liar and cheater.

if i chose not to live with him, will i be sent back to the philippines without having the two-year-provisional stay completed? it is because he has been threatening me that if i didn't go to him, he can just call the immigration and they would just immediately send me back to the philippines...

help me please, he has already ruined my dream and my life.


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