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Do I need to change residential addr in partner visa, if i am on tourist visa


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Old 07-23-2018, 03:42 AM
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Do I need to change residential addr in partner visa, if i am on tourist visa

Hello All,

Hope you all are doing good.
I need some help regarding my partner visa. I have submitted my temporary partner visa 309/100 on 30th April in India. I have come to visit my husband in Australia on 27th june as a tourist, I will stay here for 1 year. I have 2 questions related to it.

1. I have changed my contact number i.e cell phone number in the application with notification of changes in circumstances, is it right?

2. do I also have to change residential address as I will be leaving in Australia for 1 year as a tourist?

Any help would be appreciated. thank you!!!


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If you change your residential address for 14 consecutive days of longer during the processing of an application, you must inform immigration.

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Old 07-23-2018, 04:29 AM
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If you change your residential address for 14 consecutive days of longer during the processing of an application, you must inform immigration.
Does that include applying for an 820 from tourist? i.e. when you fill out the 820 the applicant puts their overseas address, and then would need to change residential address to Aus one after 14 days? And is it residential address or postal address or both, which needs to be changed?


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I assume it would be both since you'd want to indicate you live and receive mail at the Australian address.

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