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Info.please for next step after marrying in Aus. with a Fiance Visa


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Old 09-29-2010, 05:37 AM
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Info.please for next step after marrying in Aus. with a Fiance Visa

Hi,

Good day to all! I just want to seek some advices or further information about my situation. At the moment I am already here in Australia for almost 2 months, I got my visa as a fiance last May 2010 and flew here last first week of August 2010. Me and my fiance are getting married in two weeks time. I would just want to seek some advice or info. for the following:

We we're told to lodge some paper works for two kinds of visa after getting married. First is the spouse visa(temporary one if I am not mistaken) so I can stay with my husband and Second a Migrant visa.

-- How much would it cost us for these visas?

-- If we applied for both, and was granted one, which I was told so because the other one would take 2 years to be granted. Does that spouse visa would let me travel back to my country anytime when its given or we needed to wait for two years after the migrant visa be granted?


We were clueless towards these things, pls. help us toward these issues. So we would somehow have an idea on how much expenses we would be needing soon so we can prepare. As well as the for my other question stated above. Thank you so much in advance!


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Old 09-29-2010, 08:52 AM
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Hi Arisa,

After the marriage, you then have to lodge an onshore partner visa as a married couple. The first stage of this is a temporary visa that lasts 2 years. At the end of the 2 years you have to apply for the permanent visa. You have to show evidence of the relationship similar to the PMV, but you only pay once, which is at the initial lodgement of the temporary visa, and this cost covers the permanent visa.

Here is the link to the DIAC site:

Partner Visa: Onshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 820 and 801)

I'm not sure of the price, but it's over $2000, more expensive than an offshore visa.


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