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Old 11-23-2013, 12:49 AM
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You have two options
First, go to New Zealand and get engaged there and apply subclass 300 (prospective marriage visa), this application takes less time to process and usually 1-3 months depending upon your documents. She will get visa for 9 months and within 9 months you need to get married after that she can apply spouse visa onshore.
Second, if you are going to New Zealand and getting married over there, then she needs to apply for offshore spouse visa and this application takes fairly long time to process.
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Hi Everyone,

I am an Australian Citizen living in Australia. My gf is a Indian living in New Zealand on a student visa. We haven't been going out for too long but are definitely serious and are hoping to tie the knot sometime in the next 12 months (if not before).


I have a few questions :

1) Which class visa should I take,300 and go on to apply for the 801 later on OR 309 / 100 (obviously whichever is the quickest route and is obviously applicable to us)

2) I don't mind spending the extra bit but was just wondering if applying through an agent has its benefits or is it just smarter to do it ourselves?

Thanks in advance!
Hi
You have two options
First, go to New Zealand and get engaged there and apply subclass 300 (prospective marriage visa), this application takes less time to process and usually 1-3 months depending upon your documents. She will get visa for 9 months and within 9 months you need to get married after that she can apply spouse visa onshore.
Second, if you are going to New Zealand and getting married over there, then she needs to apply for offshore spouse visa and this application takes fairly long time to process.
All the best
Gurpinder, MARN 962354, chima under score dreamsaustralia at the rate yahoo dot com


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Hi
You have two options
First, go to New Zealand and get engaged there and apply subclass 300 (prospective marriage visa), this application takes less time to process and usually 1-3 months depending upon your documents. She will get visa for 9 months and within 9 months you need to get married after that she can apply spouse visa onshore.
Second, if you are going to New Zealand and getting married over there, then she needs to apply for offshore spouse visa and this application takes fairly long time to process.
All the best
Gurpinder, MARN 962354, chima under score dreamsaustralia at the rate yahoo dot com

Why are you answering posts from 2 months ago (twice), that have already been better answered anyway??? If it is to get your post count up, that is frowned upon and can rate an infraction!

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You have two options
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Gurpinder, MARN 962354, chima under score dreamsaustralia at the rate yahoo dot com
THE MARN NUMBER YOU ARE QUOTING DOESN'T APPEAR ON THE REGISTER OF AGENTS!!! 962354 IS AN INCORRECT NUMBER! MARN NUMBERS ARE EITHER 5 OR 7 DIGITS LONG NOT 6. SAYING YOU ARE A MIGRATION AGENT IF YOU ARE NOT IS AN OFFENCE!

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Old 11-23-2013, 02:48 AM
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Hi
there is no such intention to post same thing twice it was by mistake
and and number is 0962354
some problem with lap top
I just replied to old post may be it will help someone
Thanks for your comments


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there is no such intention to post same thing twice it was by mistake
and and number is 0962354
some problem with lap top
I just replied to old post may be it will help someone
Thanks for your comments
OK. Your number checks out. We have to watch out for scammers etc.

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