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Old 02-26-2019, 02:42 AM
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Sponsorship changes this weekend?

Black out of ImmiAccount
8.30pm Friday 1st March to midday on Saturday 2nd March 2019

Maybe the long awaited partner sponsorship changes will finally be implemented?

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Does this mean the new law regarding the sponsors been approved 1st comes into play?
I hope not, we are about to start our paper work.


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Does this mean the new law regarding the sponsors been approved 1st comes into play?
I hope not, we are about to start our paper work.
The law was approved a long time ago, but has not been applied as yet. There is some speculation that it may be implemented on 1 March, but I do not have any firm evidence to confirm it. We’ll just have to wait and see after ImmiAccount comes back online in the weekend. If it won’t be on 1 March, it maybe anytime after.

My advice remains: if you meet the requirements, lodge now. If you don’t, there is nothing you can do about it.

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So we have been together for 2 yrs and have all documents to prove this, but we are missing my citizenship certificate for Australia, lost it a few yrs back, also my marriage certificate but I have my divorce certificate and I have passport, driver's license etc..
And she doesnt have medical and police clearance.
Can we still apply without all this documents, and submit the rest later?


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Old 02-26-2019, 08:19 AM
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So we have been together for 2 yrs and have all documents to prove this, but we are missing my citizenship certificate for Australia, lost it a few yrs back, also my marriage certificate but I have my divorce certificate and I have passport, driver's license etc..
And she doesnt have medical and police clearance.
Can we still apply without all this documents, and submit the rest later?
As long as you meet the overall relationship requirements and you ( the sponsor) have a divorce certificate and an Australian passport you should be fine to lodge now and add the rest later.

The visa applicant can do the visa medicals and police certificates later.

The sponsor should provide police certificates at time of lodgement or at least some evidence ( receipt) that they have been applied for.

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