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Old 03-09-2011, 02:17 PM
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Partner Visa Application NEED HELP!

Hi all,
I have a few issues about an onshore partner visa application(820/801).

I heard that some couples have lodged their application(820/801) and then got married soon after(one or two weeks) and have been approved.
Can this be done? Assuming that they fulfill other criteria, what are the chances of this application being approved?

Also, what are the chances of an Assurance of Support being requested by DIAC? If the person has been paid by cheque and working part time, will DIAC request an AoS?

If an AoS is requested, can anyone be the assurer?
How easy is it to get an AoS?
What are the criteria to get an AoS?

Also, what happens if a partner application is rejected? Does the applicant get banned from reapplying offshore for some time?

I really need help!


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Old 03-09-2011, 10:31 PM
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Rather than relying on hearsay wherever and from whomever, do some reading of the regulations starting from Migrants - Visas & Immigration

You will find that in most cases an application will be determined by the situation as at time of application and for which you have the required evidence.

The emplyment/financial situation of sponsor and applicant will determine whether an AoS is going to be required and that can be by up to three people, details via the site info.

Do not be lazy re preparation and presentation of an application for if you attempt to put up one that is borderline, there's every chance it will fail but a failure alone will not necessarily mean that you're going to be barred from making an offshore application.





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Old 03-08-2014, 08:45 AM
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partner visa

I have a problem with partner visa as well..
I had a prospective marriage visa and it will be expire this April..
and we plan to lodge the documents this month March..
but I have a problem with my police clearance because Im from Philippines and my Police clearance expired already and I cant get a police clearance here in Australia yet bec im living here just for 7 months..

Im just worried whether they accept my documents even if i dont provide a police clearance yet? I know its a requirement .. but can i just send it afterwards??

Im really worried with my situation..
because April is approaching..
and hopefully we can lodge the papers nxt week..


please help..
thanks


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I think you can just send it afterwards. I submitted my 820 onshore partner visa and sent in my police cert afterwards.
I'm not familiar with the pmv, but do you need another Filipino police check if you moved to aus shortly after getting your pmv visa grant?


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It sounds like you might not even need a second police check for the philippines, though I'll let someone else who knows more about the pmv to answer this

http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...-too-late.html


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You can relax - new police checks are not required for the 820 when you are applying from a Prospective Marriage Visa. Medicals are not required, either.

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Visa #1: PMV (300) through Washington, D.C
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Visa Granted: January 2014.
Visa #2: Subclass 820 (From PMV).
Applied: End of April 2014.
Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
PR Granted: Early April 2017.

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Ohhhhh.. Thanks Girls..
Im really worried..
Because Ive done everything when I did my PMV..
POlice Check and Medical..

grrrrrrrr
now Im a bit relaxed...

it just how stressful to process this partner visa..
because they ask u same question like u did in pmv..
so both of us just used the old evidence of pmv and just continue it and edit some of it..
for the partner visa..
is it okie???


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Old 03-08-2014, 10:09 AM
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That's fine, but make sure you also provide NEW evidence as well - evidence of sharing an address, combining your finances, etc. as well as photos from your wedding and two NEW Forms 888.

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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
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awesome..
thanks alot CollegeGirl,
well.. yup.. we just continue the old evidence till I came to Australia to present..
yup i surely do attached photos from wedding..
and joint account.. but too bad I didnt get a job yet.. so he's the only one who's providing everything..

but thanks alot


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So this may not directly relate to this thread but marriage has been mentioned...

I am looking to submit my application in July, but don't get married till the 23rd of August with my current visa expiring on the 1st Sept (that was purely a bad coincidence of timing as I hadn't check when it expired). I am hoping that I will just be able to add my marriage certificate and photos as extra evidence after having applied online. My celebrant is happy to write a stat dec outlining our intent to marry.

We have been together 2 1/2 year and like together for 2 of those so there is not issue with that side of things..


Thank you in advance.

Harriet


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