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Old 07-16-2019, 02:27 AM
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Partner Visa 820 living in different states

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I have applied for partner visa in December, and prior that me and partner have been living together for a year, and dating for 2 years. I have been struggling to find work in design field, and recently I had an offer for a job in Melbourne. I am not sure what to do as my partner is not ready to leave and move, and I wonder if that would affect your application? Do we have a chance to still get partner visa if we start long-distance? Has anyone else had similar situation?


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hi everyone!
I have applied for partner visa in December, and prior that me and partner have been living together for a year, and dating for 2 years. I have been struggling to find work in design field, and recently I had an offer for a job in Melbourne. I am not sure what to do as my partner is not ready to leave and move, and I wonder if that would affect your application? Do we have a chance to still get partner visa if we start long-distance? Has anyone else had similar situation?
As long as you can prove your relationship is going strong and provide all evidence for the long distance.

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You partner would need to provide some strong reasons why they would not be “ prepared to move”, as it may raise questions about commitment etc.

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I'm in a kinda similar situation. By the time I will apply, it's gonna be a 5 month relationship with just living together before the application. Other than that we have all the other documents and a registered de facto relationship.
I'm trying to find out if I should apply under these circumstances or extend my stay for a little while in Australia by studying or something to make the relationship lasting for one year at least before I actually apply for it.


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