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Old 05-16-2010, 10:18 PM
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Family changes during application process

Hello,
I am wishing to apply for subclass 175 (when applications reopen). I am currently unmarried living with my partner and her child. After submitting my application what would happen if for example I were to get married to my partner, adopt my partner's child, have children? Would I need to re-apply?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Hello,
I am wishing to apply for subclass 175 (when applications reopen). I am currently unmarried living with my partner and her child. After submitting my application what would happen if for example I were to get married to my partner, adopt my partner's child, have children? Would I need to re-apply?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You can add additional people such as a partner and other dependants to a visa while it is still awaiting processing or being processed and they are termed secondary applicants.
Once a visa is granted, a PR one, a partner would have to apply for a separate partners visa with you as a sponsor and any children your partner has can be her dependants.
With dependants there will be requirements such as proof of custody and right for them to be taken from their country via court order along with a police check on a sponsor to show that you are not a risk to children, that being standard practice re welfare of children.
Re the 175 when suspension is lifted, you ought to have a look at what new regulations are going to be for a standard 175 could be in a wait queue for several years waiting processing if ever.
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...df/csl-gsm.pdf





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