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Old 10-10-2019, 06:47 PM
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Hi all, can someone enlighten me if it is mandatory for the sponsor to be onshore while having applied for spouse visa, we have a baby while my visa was granted under skilled visa 190. Appreciate your views please.


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If you are not an Australian citizen, you need to be “ usually resident” in Australia.

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Hi all, can someone enlighten me if it is mandatory for the sponsor to be onshore while having applied for spouse visa, we have a baby while my visa was granted under skilled visa 190. Appreciate your views please.
If you are usually resident in Australia, it should not be a problem to be offshore when the application is done.

The place that a person is 'usually resident' is decided taking into account their physical residence (where the person eats, sleeps, has a home) and the person's intention to make that place their home

Have you validated your 190 visa yet?


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If you are not an Australian citizen, you need to be “ usually resident” in Australia.
. So if am not would they reject the spouse visa? The reason I have not been onshore is bcz we had a baby as soon as I received the visa grant..


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Hi all, can someone enlighten me if it is mandatory for the sponsor to be onshore while having applied for spouse visa, we have a baby while my visa was granted under skilled visa 190. Appreciate your views please.
If you are usually resident in Australia, it should not be a problem to be offshore when the application is done.

The place that a person is 'usually resident' is decided taking into account their physical residence (where the person eats, sleeps, has a home) and the person's intention to make that place their home

Have you validated your 190 visa yet?
Yes I have validated it... The reason for not being onshore was bcz we had a baby as soon as I received the visa grant ...


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Yes I have validated it... The reason for not being onshore was bcz we had a baby as soon as I received the visa grant ...
How long had you lived in Australia ?


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Yes I have validated it... The reason for not being onshore was bcz we had a baby as soon as I received the visa grant ...
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One week , was during my validation


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. So if am not would they reject the spouse visa? The reason I have not been onshore is bcz we had a baby as soon as I received the visa grant..
@CCMS your view on this ?


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It depends on your overall circumstances. I’d strongly recommend you establish yourself in Australia somehow, before sponsoring your partner.

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