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Old 07-07-2014, 02:31 PM
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Hi there,

I have a coupla questions regarding Partner Visa and RMT (Migration Tribunal)

1. Me and my Australian partner have all the documents necessary to lodge a 820 Partner visa but we lack in proving that we have been on a lease for at least a year before applying.

I started to live with him in Sep 2013 (DE FACTO), have committed to a share life together since July 2013 and we are gonna apply on Aug 2014.

My partner wasnt on the lease as well, even though he had lived in the appartment for 2 years. (Its a long story but if it will help I will explain better)
I moved in in Sep 2013 but we didnt want to committ for a lease because we were looking for a new house. We CANT provide names on bills too.
The only thing we can provide are letters mailed to the same adress for a year long. Some of them have both our names on it, our bank accounts showing the same adress, our relationship certificate (which we registered in Jan 2014) with the same adress on and finally our flatmate declaration witnessing that I moved in on Sep 2013.


We now have found the house we wanted and are gonna move in this August and then we will have a lease signed.

TO SUM UP: At the time we will apply we only will provide a new lease together (signed most likely for the next 12 month), but we will include the proves that show we have lived together for a year (off the lease and bills) in the previous house.

Question #1: How many chances will we have to be consider successful? We really have everything ready but I know that living together is quite the most important criteria to meet and Im freaking out.

2. Because of following the wrong advice, I applied for a Turist visa 600 after my 2 years of Working Holiday and of course I got it refused. I decided then to do a review at Migration Tribunal on Feb 2013.
I am now on a bridging visa from RMT.

Question #2: Will this affect our application? And has anybody ever been on a Turist RMT cause I have no idea how long it will take. In the webside the average for Turist reviews are 5-6 months but Ive heard its longer..
Indeed to say I NEED to lodge my Partner visa before the RMT will contact me back.

I hope this all makes sense and to get some help.

Cheers everybody!

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