Eligible New Zealand Citizen (ENZC) potential issues
Author: Andrew Robertson Registered Migration Agent MARN: 1573795 Keystone Visa and Migrations Services Abstract: This case study explores the immigration matters that can affect New Zealand migrants applying for a visa for their partner to join them in Australia if they are unaware of their visa status. Summary: A New Zealand citizen who resides in […]Continue to read »
Document requirements for an Australian partner visa
Are you looking to join your partner in Australia? If you are looking to apply for an Australian partner visa (subclass 820 and 801), you may still be unsure of what you need when it comes to your documentation and evidence. As professionals in Australian visas, Keystone Visa and Migration Services is here to help […]Continue to read »
Australian partner visa options for same sex couples
Wondering which partner visa options you are eligible for? Our Registered Migration Agent explains the partner visa options available in Australia for couples in a same sex relationship. Want to learn more? Contact Keystone Visa and Migration Services on +61 468 838 899 or visit our website www.keystonevisa.com.au.Continue to read »
Partner visa divorce requirements
Author: Andrew Robertson Registered Migration Agent Keystone Visa and Migrations Services Abstract: This case study explores the immigration issues that can affect migrants applying for a partner visa when they are still legally married to another person. Summary: Our client was living abroad in a de facto relationship with her partner, an Australia Citizen, for […]Continue to read »
Applying for a Partner Visa when you are married to your previous partner
Sometimes we see clients who are still legally married to someone, yet that relationship has finished – and for whatever reason they have not divorced. They are now in a new relationship with someone else and want to obtain an Australian partner visa. To qualify for a partner visa in Australia you need to […]Continue to read »
How can I apply for a partner visa if I haven’t lived with my partner for 12 months or more?
A quick answer to the question: “How can I apply for a partner visa if I am not married nor lived with my partner in a defacto relationship for 12 months or more?”. Watch the video below to find out more. For any more enquiries on the Partner Visa (820 and 801), give us a […]Continue to read »
Partner Visa Australia Checklist
Due to the high demand, applications for Australian Partner Temporary visas (subclass 820 visa) and Australian Partner Provisional visas (subclass 309 Visa) are presentlly taking between 12 and 15 months to process. If you are planning to apply for an Australian Partner visa, whether you are in Australia or overseas, here are a few helpful […]Continue to read »
What is a long term relationship with respect to Partner Visa applications.
Obtaining the permanent Partner visa is a two stage process. To be eligible for a permanent partner visa you first need to be granted a temporary partner visa. You apply for both the permanent and temporary visas at the same time and pay only one fee. If you are granted the temporary visa, you are […]Continue to read »