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Student Visa to Partner Visa


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Old Yesterday, 01:53 PM
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Student Visa to Partner Visa

Hello Everyone. I am a newbie here at Australia Forum and i really need some advice / help. I am currently on a student visa and my boyfriend and I are planning to get married here then cancel my student visa, and go back to my home country. Since we can’t afford yet the cost of partner visa that is our plan once he has enough savings we then plan to apply for a partner visa offshore. Just want to ask:

If cancellation of my student visa will effect our application for partner visa offshore?

Thank you so much! 😊


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