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Applying onshore while on tourist visa

Planning to apply onshore 820 partner visa while on tourist visa...any advices? thanks so much!


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If it's general tips that you're looking for you might wanna search the forum and read around, there are plenty of threads regarding the 820 visa. This is one : http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...lications.html


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What about schedule 3. Coming on student and tourist visa to apply for spouse visa.

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Thank you Melody i'll check the link

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What about schedule 3. Coming on student and tourist visa to apply for spouse visa.
Oh wow didnt know that. Do we have to satisfy schedule 3 if we apply for partner while on student / tourist ? Im not too familiar with 'schedule 3'


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What, EDT? No. Schedule 3 doesn't apply unless there's something else going on like an overstay. People here legally on a tourist visa or a student visa who have a valid visa don't have to worry about Schedule 3.

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There's more about Schedule 3 here - but it only applies to those in the country illegally or already on a Bridging Visa when they apply.

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What about schedule 3. Coming on student and tourist visa to apply for spouse visa.
There is no schedule 3 for those visas unless they overstayed on them.

Schedule 3 is for unlawful and those that are not on a substantive visa.


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Make sure you can provide the evidence to support your relationship in the 4 categories they require.

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Planning to apply onshore 820 partner visa while on tourist visa...any advices? thanks so much!
Are you married or de facto? If de facto you need to have 12 months living together or registered the relationship.

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