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Old 11-25-2017, 12:29 PM
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Partner or Prospective visa?

Hi! I just want to ask if which is faster to be approved and better, my Aussie bf and I will get marry in the Philippines then apply for a partner visa or apply for a prospective visa then get married in Australia?


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do you meet the evidence requirement for offshore partner visa? how long have you been with your partner, have you lived together? got shared finances? etc


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Old 11-25-2017, 12:41 PM
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Yeah.. We almost have all evidences.. 3 years we seldome live together because I'm working overseas and we don't have shared finances yet


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In answer to your question offshore partner visa is slightly faster than the prospective marriage visa. 75% partner visas are processed within 11th months compared to 13 months for the PMV. DIBP publish processing times here: https://www.border.gov.au/about/acce...ocessing-times


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Just thought I'd point out that you do not have to marry in Australia on a PMV 300. You must enter Australia at least once after the 300 grant but then you can marry anywhere in the world.


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Yeah.. We almost have all evidences.. 3 years we seldome live together because I'm working overseas and we don't have shared finances yet
go for the partner visa then - it's faster
overall to get to pr/citizenship and cheaper.


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Thanks a lot!


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