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Old 11-14-2010, 05:51 AM
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hello i have 2 questions that i need to ask the first one is, a friend of mine has asked me would the immigration board allow her to have a temporary visa subclass 309 and a permanent visa 100 when she has had petty crimes like stealing but no prison sentence this was 15 years ago........................................My question is, i will be applying myself a temporary visa subclass 309 and a permanent visa 100 when i return to the UK next February. When i have completed the application form will i be allowed to travel to Australia on a Tourist Visa and be with my defacto partner and be there and wait until its been processed.


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Hi,

First off, if your friend wasn't convicted of the crimes she committed and never served ay sentences that were longer than 12 months, those things should not affected a spouse visa application. How old was she at the time? If she was under 18, or the legal age wherever she was born, then she should be OK I think. But, you should read the relevant info. on the DIAC site for yourself:

http://www.immi.gov.au/media/fact-sh...9character.htm

Second, if you lodge a spouse visa offshore, the applicant has to be out of Australia when it's granted. So, the applicant can lodge offshore and visit on a tourist visa, but they have to be somewhere out of the country to get it. New Zealand is a popular place for this, or a quick trip to SE Asia for a short time will allow the applicant to get the visa.

You need to look in more detail at the DIAC website and get a clearer understanding of the different visas and how to apply:

Partner Visa Options - Family Members - Migrants - Visas & Immigration


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