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Old 01-05-2011, 12:29 PM
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(1) can i be with my defacto partner and wait for the temporary visa being processed
(2) can i buy a one way ticket or do i have to buy a return ticket
(3) with the interview is it done by phone or is a face to face interview
(4) is it best to hand all the information in with the application form
(5) if so would it make the wait quicker or it would make no difference

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1. If you are overseas and have applied for a partner visa, you could seek a visitor visa to enter Australia but they are for limited times, many visitor visas having a No Further Stay condition, thus not able to be extended and with a visa applied for from abroad, you would then need to travel outside of Australia for a visa to be granted.
2. You do not need a return ticket to enter Australia though it may be something taken into account by Immigration officials if they suspect a person does not have an intent to depart Australia.
3. Interviews will be determined by an application itself, where you are applying from and where a visa is processed, language differences and any travel difficulties etc.
4. An application should be complete with all information requested per the application form, Immi Checklist and any local requirements from the processing location, there being some things like medicals and police checks not initially asked for.
Some people do provide them at the time of application and with luck it may help the time of processing by perhaps a month or so but you also run the risk that they will be no longer valid if processing takes longer and then you would need to have them repeated.

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