Partner / Family Visa

Your Path to Australian Family and Spouse Visas

AUM Global – Partner / Family Visa

Australian Parent Visas provide a means for families to come together in Australia. These visas cater to parents seeking to join their Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen children. There are different types of Parent Visas, including the Contributory Parent Visa (Subclass 143/173), Non-Contributory Parent Visa (Subclass 103), Aged Parent Visa (Subclass 804), and Parent Visa (Subclass 103), each tailored to various circumstances.

Understanding age limits for parents and children and the legal definition of a "parent" is crucial. Sponsors, who play a key role in the process, must meet specific requirements and fulfill their obligations. The Balance of Family Test is a critical aspect of determining eligibility, and you should know how to meet its criteria.
A thorough document checklist, including certified translations and health examinations, is necessary for a smooth application process. Knowing the application submission process and current processing times helps manage expectations. Seeking professional assistance, such as a migration agent or lawyer, can significantly ease the complexity of the application process.
Crafting a compelling statement supporting your application, emphasizing your ties to your Australian family, is essential.

Spouse Visa

If you're in a relationship with an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen and wish to live with your partner in Australia, a Spouse Visa might be the right choice for you. To qualify, all applicants must demonstrate the authenticity and continuity of their relationship. Factors like financial commitment, social acceptance, emotional support, and the nature of your household play a crucial role in proving this. Initially, you may receive a temporary visa while the decision is being made on your permanent visa application. If your relationship remains intact two years after applying for the Spouse Visa, you may be granted a permanent visa. In certain circumstances, direct eligibility for the permanent visa is possible, particularly if you have a long-term relationship or children together. For married couples, your marriage must be legally recognized under Australian law. Marriages conducted in other countries, which are recognized in their respective jurisdictions, are generally acknowledged under Australian law. Our migration agents will assess your eligibility for Australian permanent residency and provide comprehensive guidance throughout the application process.

Family Visas

Australian Parent Visas provide a means for families to come together in Australia. These visas cater to parents seeking to join their Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen children. There are different types of Parent Visas, including the Contributory Parent Visa (Subclass 143/173), Non-Contributory Parent Visa (Subclass 103), Aged Parent Visa (Subclass 804), and Parent Visa (Subclass 103), each tailored to various circumstances.
Understanding age limits for parents and children and the legal definition of a "parent" is crucial. Sponsors, who play a key role in the process, must meet specific requirements and fulfill their obligations. The Balance of Family Test is a critical aspect of determining eligibility, and you should know how to meet its criteria.
A thorough document checklist, including certified translations and health examinations, is necessary for a smooth application process. Knowing the application submission process and current processing times helps manage expectations. Seeking professional assistance, such as a migration agent or lawyer, can significantly ease the complexity of the application process.
Crafting a compelling statement supporting your application, emphasizing your ties to your Australian family, is essential. Demonstrating your commitment to becoming part of the Australian community through participation in activities and language classes is beneficial. Staying updated on immigration regulations and monitoring your application status through official channels is also vital for a successful reunification process in Australia.

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Partner / Family visa process

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Eligibility Assessment

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Lodge Application

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

A spouse visa allows the spouse or de facto partner of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen to live and work in Australia. Eligible applicants must be in a genuine and committed relationship with their Australian partner.

To sponsor a spouse, you should be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen. You must also meet specific financial and character requirements, including demonstrating your commitment to supporting your partner.

An onshore partner visa is applied for within Australia, while an offshore partner visa is applied for outside Australia. The choice depends on your location and specific circumstances.

Yes, Australia recognizes same-sex marriages and de facto relationships. Same-sex couples have the same rights and eligibility as opposite-sex couples when applying for partner visas.

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