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Old 05-07-2019, 09:41 AM
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New partner visa options

My new boyfriend has in the past month cancelled his application with ex for partner visa. This was due to relationship difficulties (mostly caught cheating) and worse, demanding money. I advised him that this is outright poor and upon legal advice, the application was cancelled.

We knew each other for past 3-4 years and have been recently spending more and more time together due to this situation. I have always had a thing for him but maintained the boundaries knowing his existing relationship. I am considering starting the process of submitting a partner visa with him. Now that the relationship has been officially cancelled with the department, it is in the 90 day process. My question is:

1) Can we register our application for partner visa in the coming months and then subsequently apply and provide the relationship certificate upon finalisation? Does this need to be done after 90 days or can it be started sooner?


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Old 05-07-2019, 10:36 PM
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Was he the applicant or was he the sponsor? Regardless of any "90 day process" I wouldn't count on Immigration actually doing anything within 90 days although perhaps they will.

I would also suggest you take a cautious approach towards a new application as a new relationship will still require you to provide significant evidence of your relationship which takes time to build up. You need to convince Immigration that yours is a de facto relationship, not simply a boyfriend/girlfriend one. So if you start researching what's required, you can begin putting things in place to show joint financial arrangements, joint living arrangements, joint social lives, etc. Although the relationship registration waives the requirement for 12 months of de facto , you still need to prove it's a de facto relationship.

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Old 05-07-2019, 11:59 PM
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Was he the applicant or was he the sponsor? Regardless of any "90 day process" I wouldn't count on Immigration actually doing anything within 90 days although perhaps they will.

I would also suggest you take a cautious approach towards a new application as a new relationship will still require you to provide significant evidence of your relationship which takes time to build up. You need to convince Immigration that yours is a de facto relationship, not simply a boyfriend/girlfriend one. So if you start researching what's required, you can begin putting things in place to show joint financial arrangements, joint living arrangements, joint social lives, etc. Although the relationship registration waives the requirement for 12 months of de facto , you still need to prove it's a de facto relationship.
Thank you. We have already started building the case (and seeking professional advise).
I am happy to let the 90 days slide and use that time to continue to build the case. The agent we spoke to mentioned that the changes might go in on the July 2019 which would possibly make things harder.


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