A NOIM is a Notice of Intended Marriage form that must be signed by both partners one month prior to your wedding. Australian marriage law states that, regardless of your country of birth, you must sign the NOIM and have your nominated celebrant submit it. The NOIM is valid for 18 months. It is required for [...]
The Temporary Partner visa allows you limited benefits, including: Live and work in Australia until a decision is made about your permanent Partner Visa (Subclass 801) Enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses Offshore visa 309/1-- doesn't have those benefits.
There are two types of Partner Visas: Subclass 820 and Subclass 801. The Subclass 820 visa is a temporary partner visa that allows you to live in Australia. The Subclass 820 visa is the first stage towards a permanent Partner Visa (Subclass 801). You apply for both visas at the same time and pay only [...]
You must prove an ongoing and genuine relationship. It can be done if you are married or you can register a relationship or if you have evidence of a long-lasting relationship. 12 months of a relationship is the only guideline and in each case, it can be interpreted differently.
Processing time for the partner visa first stage takes approximately 18 months. Once your visa is granted you may apply for a Permanent partner visa. Our observation shows usually for not married couples longest take to get evidence together.
It is a big question and many things to consider. You will need to think about how long are you in a relationship, will you apply in Australia or offshore. Read our page or contact us to find out more.
Yes, you can lodge the 482 TSS visa even if you are offshore – this just means you must wait offshore until the decision on the application is received.
Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is health insurance that provides cover to contribute towards the costs of: Out of hospital medical treatment. In hospital medical treatment. Prescription Medicines. OSHC is required for all student visa types and its minimum cover is guaranteed by Australian government.
173 visa takes approximately 3 to 3.5 years to process. The applicants are granted a 2 year temporary visa. Before this visa expires they must pay an additional contribution and apply for the permanent visa subclass 143.
Contributory Parent visa processing time may be 1-2 years however non-contributory Parent visa waiting time may be up to 30 years.