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Old 08-22-2014, 10:19 AM
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end of second 417,enough time for partner 820? help!

hi, i'm from canada but I have a french passport.
My second working holiday finish the 31 october and i'm back in oz the 16 of september so I've got 1 1/2 month to get married and make the application for the partner visa 820.
I would like to know if its possible and what's the easiest way to do it so quick! I read and read so many things during the last week but cannot find clear information. With my partner, we don't have common bank account and no picture together because its pretty recent. help me please, thank you!


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Quite honestly, I think you are going to struggle. Even with married couples, it's recommended you live together for a minimum of three months before applying so as to collect evidence of sharing a household, receiving correspondence at the same address, sharing finances, etc. You will also need to include evidence that you share social circles of some kind, preferably including photos of both of you with friends and family. If it is so recent you don't even have photos together, you are really going to struggle. I would highly suggest taking the time to build some solid evidence together, because Immigration is going to really closely examine a relationship where you married very quickly after meeting.

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do you know any other way with that short delay who could let me stay in australia?

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You could try for a tourist visa, though often those aren't granted right after WHVs. No way you and your partner can go live in Canada or France or New Zealand together for a few months?

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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
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no, there is no way to leave the country, he doesn't have money. can i obtain that visa on a tourist one?


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Old 08-22-2014, 03:21 PM
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Yes, you can apply for a Partner Visa while on a tourist visa. The question is if they're going to grant you a tourist visa right after a WHV. Often they don't like people to stay more than 12 months total at a time on temporary visas.

Quite honestly, I know money is a factor but you might want to consult a migration agent. You want to make sure you do the best thing possible for yourselves, and you're in a really precarious position here.

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It is very unlikely that you will get a tourist visa. How long have you been living together ?

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Time for Partner 820

Even if married, you will need to establish that you are in a "genuine relationship" and not married just for the purpose of obtaining a visa. Note also that getting married at the Registry requires one months notice. Getting married and lodging your visa within the time frame that you have established may be problematic.

It may be possible for you to lodge the application as a de-facto and then update your status with DIBP after you marry.

Work rights do not automatically attach to a Bridging VIsa and these may need to be specifically requested if required.

I would strongly suggest that you engage a Registered Migration Agent to guide you through this process.

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Work rights do not automatically attach to a Bridging VIsa and these may need to be specifically requested if required.

I would strongly suggest that you engage a Registered Migration Agent to guide you through this process.
Bridging visas granted in conjunction with onshore partner visas tend to come with nil conditions nowadays, i.e without work restrictions.

The bridging visa comes into effect when the current substantive visa the applicant is holding ceases.

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