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On this page you will learn how we can help you with:
Prospective Marriage Visas, Married Visas, De Facto Partner Visas and Same Sex Partner Visas – And when relationships End.
Missing your “soul mate” and planning for your future is hard enough without having to worry about visa red tape.
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Freeing you to get on with your Life.
Mr Robinson recently won my son’s Partner visa – Administrative Appeals Tribunal Case. It was an appeal to the AAT because my son’s and his wife’s partner visa had been refused. It was a difficult and long case that turned on “intellectual capacity” – the original visa application had been lodge some four (4) years ago, and we were at the AAT for three (3) days. My Son, his wife and our family are very happy with AR LAW Services.
AAT visa Refusal Appeal – Partner Visa Matter
AR LAW Services won my partner visa at the MRT, it was a long a difficult case, the department had rejected my visa application twice, but Mr Robinson fought for me and my husband and we won. I think Mr Robinson is very professional and extremely good at his work. I have no hesitation in recommending AR LAW Services. In fact we are now applying for my husband’s Australian citizenship.
Partner Visa – Visa Refusal – AAT Visa Refusal Appeal Matter
AR LAW Services: Master Migration Lawyers, is expert in all classes of partner visas both at application stage and at appeals – on and off shore (that is if your partner is in Australia and overseas). We understand that times like these often cause stress, that is why we strive to offer you complete peace of mind during the visa application process, so that you can be confident in the quality of the application, and begin planning your life together in Australia. Our role is to keep families together, so our services include suggesting strategies to reunite any couples living apart, and working efficiently to secure the visa as quickly as possible.
So, if you wish to apply for a partner visa or have had a partner/spouse refused or cancelled talk to AR LAW Services: Master Migration Lawyers.
WHO CAN APPLY?
If you are in a relationship with an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, you may be eligible for a grant of a partner visa on the basis of their sponsorship.
You may be eligible for a partner visa if you and your partner:
- Are married
- Or are engaged to be married
- Or in a de facto relationship
- Or have registered your relationship with a relevant State/Territory authority
HOW DO I QUALIFY?
There are three pathways through which partners of Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents can obtain a visa for Australia.
The answer to the question which path is best for you will depend on your individual circumstances, including whether the person applying for the visa is inside or outside Australia at the time of application.
If your Partner is in Australia – The Subclass 820/801
This is for couples who are married or in a de facto relationship and the applicant is in Australia.
Stage 1 stage, subclass 820:
Be in a de facto relationship with an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen for 12 months,
Or be married to an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen.
Or have registered your relationship with a relevant State/Territory authority.
Stage 2 – operation of law: two (2) years from the date of application for the subclass 820 visa, the applicant is invited to submit evidence that the relationship is continuing.
If the Minister is satisfied the Subclass 801 visa may be granted.
NB an applicant is entitled to Medicare access, work rights, and study rights, upon granting of the temporary 820 visa.
If your Partner is Overseas – The Subclass 309/100 Offshore Partner Visa
This is for couples who are married or in a de facto relationship and applicants who are outside of Australia.
Visa applicant must be sponsored by an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen
An applicant must be outside of Australia when the temporary Subclass 309 visa is granted, after which they can enter Australia, and access Medicare, work rights and study rights.
Similarly, to the onshore process – see above – the applicant will initially be granted a Subclass 309 visa, and will be given the opportunity to obtain the permanent visa, the Subclass 100, two years from the date the initial application was submitted.
Prospective Marriage Visa – Subclass 300 (Temporary Residence)
This is for couples who are engaged to be married to an Australian Permanent Resident or Citizen, or an eligible New Zealand Citizen.
This pathway is for applicants who are outside of Australia.
Once granted, the subclass 309 visa allows the holder to enter Australia and marry their Australian partner within a nine-month period.
Prior to the end of this nine-month period, applicants can apply for an onshore Subclass 820/801 visa as outlined above.
This visa allows holders to access work and study rights.
HOW DO I APPLY?
Partner visas require both an application to be made by the visa applicant and the sponsor: the Australian Permanent Resident, Citizen, or an eligible New Zealand Citizen partner.
All of the above visa options will require evidence that your relationship is genuine and continuing. To satisfy the Minister that this is the case, you should be able to provide evidence that addresses the following:
Cohabitation or otherwise
Nature of your ongoing commitment to one another
As all couples are different, AR LAW SERVICES: Master Migration Lawyers will tailor a custom made and effective Partner application to suit your individual needs and aspirations.
When relationships Fail – Steps to take.
AR LAW SERVICES: Lawyers & Consultants, unlike migration agents, are a full-service law firm. Therefore we cannot only help with the ramification and impact of a failed relationship on your visa and migration status, but also assist with the legal proceedings of divorce and property settlement.
Be advised we have access to leading psychologist and medical professionals to assist with trauma and domestic violence.
In difficult times it is good to know that someone you trust will be there in such tough times.
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Be advised the Information on this website does not constitute legal advice nor personal/corporate migration advice and should not be treated as such. It is information of a general nature and should not be relied on. For an assessment of your personal circumstances and formal legal/visa advice please speak to our accredited Immigration Lawyer.