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Old 04-03-2020, 08:49 AM
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Should we submit my partner visa applications in that time when immigration process are effected by covid 19 or just wait?


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Old 04-04-2020, 08:43 AM
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Hi Virkhan -

Other than an overall slowing of processing, processing of partner visas is continuing - you may want to look at factors including how much relationship evidence you have at this point, the current status of your relationship (especially if de facto relationship, how long you've been living together), and any expiration dates of visas you may now hold.

There is also the impending partner visa legislation changes which we had expected to be implemented this year - difficult to say now whether those will or won't, and difficult to know what changes they will implement.

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I have submitted my application for 190 should I put it on hold or should I continue with it?


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Old 04-05-2020, 12:42 AM
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Hi digitalninja -

Other than difficulty in getting health exams and police certificates, we're seeing some delays with skilled visa processing but other than that, things seem to be proceeding. Once youa re granted the 190, you will be a permanent resident so woudl be able to enter Australia on that visa even if the current travel ban is still in place. Any specific concerns about your application that would be reason to put on hold?

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