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obligation of 2 years stay in state for 100 visa as well?


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Old 11-24-2017, 05:58 AM
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obligation of 2 years stay in state for 100 visa as well?

Hello to all,

My wife obtained a partner permanent visa subclass 100. Since I have 190 visa and I am a permanent resident of Australia, she was granted 100 visa.

My question is does she also needs to stay in the state for the first 2 years as per condition of my visa (i.e. 190 visa) as I am the sponsor.

I know we will be staying together. The question I am asking for general information about her visa limitations/conditions.

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Henry


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Your wife is beholden to the conditions of her visa, not yours.


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But for future reference, keep in mind the residency requirements for RRV renewal.


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But for future reference, keep in mind the residency requirements for RRV renewal.
thanks for the comments.

Does the statement below means the condition of spending at least 2 years out of a total of 5 years in Australia and strong ties to the country ?

But for future reference, keep in mind the residency requirements for RRV renewal

Could you please elucidate ?

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Henry


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